Girl Scout Cookies Strain Information | Marijuana

Girl Scout Cookies

Also Known As: GSC, Cookies

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The Scoop

Girl Scout Cookies, a Durban Poison (F1) x Florida OG Kush, is an exotic and potent Hybrid that came onto the scene inexplicably and out of nowhere when rappers like Wiz Khalifa and Berner (the “champion of Girl Scout Cookies) brought her into rap lyrics and onto center stage. Since then, she’s gone on to ravage Cannabis Cups and hash competitions, thrusting herself onto the scene as OG Kush’s prime “rival” of sorts. Patients and stoners with a thirst for insanely potent OG’s have taken their attention to the Girl Scout Cookies, forcing dispensaries to job on the wagon and toss her on their shelves. Originally bred in the Bay Area by the “Pie Guy, who receives the true credit for the Girl Scout Cookies inception (and takeover)

More About This Strain

Girl Scout Cookies are one of the most underrated munchies in the game. On their own, Samoas and Tagalongs are extraordinary. Combined into a sandwich? Simply lethal. And the marijuana version of Girl Scout Cookies is akin to that combo. Durban Poison crossed with Florida OG Kush (as corrected by a commenter). Yes, like their namesake, this exotic strain is more expensive than your run of the mill Oreo or Blue Dream.  But you have to pay for that premium.


Girl Scout Cookies came to fame in Northern California–not Florida, as some often confuse. BUT, contrary to popular belief, there is no Cherry Pie in the original Girl Scout Cookies cut. While closely guarded and open to the rumor mill, she is by majority rule a mixture of an F1 of Durban Poison mixed with a Florida cut of OG Kush. While we love that Berner has turned these cookies into an adult household name, he doesn’t lay a genetic claim to the strain–but it’s certainly  paid dividends for his career, perhaps more so than a strain has ever helped a rapper since Sampson in Half Baked.

  • Eerily similar to an OG Kush, but--in the proper cut--with a distinct purple-ish tint throughout. As always, make sure your Girl Scout Cookies meet the profile and haven’t gone stale.