Also dubbed Garlic Cookies, GMO Cookies has an impressive lineage. It’s a cross between Chemdog D and Girl Scout Cookies (GSC), embodying the best traits of both. The strain finds its roots in the Spanish breeders of Mamiko Seeds.
Our GMO Cookies is an elite clone of the original variety from Mamiko Seeds, which stands out for a sweeter flavor.
This hybrid is predominantly Indica, with an Indica/Sativa genetic mix of 90/10. This strong Indica presence ensures that users experience deep relaxation, with significant body sedation.
How to Grow GMO Cookies
GMO Cookies presents a moderate challenge for growers. For those considering growing GMO Cookies, certain factors are paramount. Indoor cultivation under artificial light provides farmers with greater control over the environment, ensuring optimal growth.
While it is possible to get the best from outdoor crops, using a greenhouse and a good lighting system could offer better results. Regardless of the method chosen, the reward is substantial, with yields reaching up to 450g/m2 indoors and an impressive 600g per plant outdoors.
Its height is not an issue, as its high percentage of Indica means it doesn’t grow too tall.
It’s a very smelly plant. Therefore, the use of a good odor filter is essential to avoid issues and not give away the crop.
Characteristics of GMO Cookies
Its buds are visually appealing, with an olive green hue sprinkled with purple undertones, intertwined with curly orange hairs, all under a frosty layer of trichomes. These trichomes are more than just an aesthetic touch: they contain a high concentration of cannabinoids and terpenes, contributing to the strain’s potency and unique terpene profile.
In essence, GMO Cookies stands out as a strain that goes against the grain, swapping traditionally sweet aromas for a savory masterpiece. With a name that stands for Garlic, Mushroom, and Onion, it breaks convention in the most aromatic way possible.
It’s not suitable for those seeking discretion, as this strain announces its presence loudly, with a rich aroma that permeates any space it’s in.
However, the unique name and aroma are just the beginning. Its terpene profile, dominated by Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and Pine, is what gives GMO Cookies its unmatched fragrance and flavor. Upon consumption, users can also perceive subtle coffee notes when exhaling, further enriching the overall experience.
Beginners should proceed with caution. Despite its THC content being limited to around 25%, its effects are potent and long-lasting. Users are advised to take their time, allowing the slow-onset sensations to take over before considering another session.
As an Indica-leaning strain, GMO Cookies Weed is the preferred choice for many seeking stress relief, relaxation, and relief from chronic pain and inflammation. Its sedative properties make it a popular choice for those struggling with insomnia.
Additionally, it has been cited as beneficial for those dealing with depression, anxiety disorders, and certain eating disorders, although it’s crucial to remember that individual experiences may vary.
What We Like Most
- Its incredible and unmistakable flavor.
- High yield.
- Therapeutic effects.
- Its price.
What We Like Least
- Its pungent aroma.
- Difficulty for beginners.
- Odor filters needed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below you’ll find answers to the most frequently asked questions from growers interested in this strain:
When does outdoor GMO Cookies start to flower?
Depending on the latitude of the cultivation, flowering begins throughout the first week of August.
When to harvest outdoor GMO Cookies?
It’s a fast-flowering variety that is harvested in early October.
How to grow feminized GMO Cookies?
Although it’s possible to cultivate it outdoors, indoor growing under artificial light provides greater control over the environment, ensuring optimal development.
What are the effects of bulk GMO Cookies?
It’s known for its potent and long-lasting effects. Predominantly indica, it guarantees users a deep relaxation experience with considerable body sedation.