Girl Scout Cookies was brought to us by the lovely Binx who is based out of LA! She’s a funky illustrator from Chicago who wants to explore and inspire the world. Her work is inspired by her love of cartoons, retro video games and music. Binx is obsessed with colors and she says she tries not to spout rainbows on a daily basis. Most of her color choices reflect the mood she wants to convey most in a piece. Rainbows, consisting of the whole spectrum, represent epiphanies.
“My mother would sign me up for various liberal art classes and take me to art fairs downtown, giving me a strong appreciation for the arts in general. My stepfather is a DJ and producer, so he would play records for hours, ranging from classic rock and disco to house. There were so many times where I would get lost in the sound and started drawing. School only continued to be socially difficult, so I began to long for adulthood. I believed I could not only have the bohemian lifestyle I had always dreamed of, but could give that same euphoria I got from art to others. My longing for a better world resulted in me slowly developing my own.”
Girl Scout Cookies, or GSC, is an OG Kush and Durban Poison hybrid cross whose reputation grew too large to stay within the borders of its California homeland. With a sweet and earthy aroma, Girl Scout Cookies launches you to euphoria’s top floor where full-body relaxation meets a time-bending cerebral space. A little goes a long way with this hybrid, whose THC heights have won Girl Scout Cookies numerous Cannabis Cup awards. Patients needing a strong dose of relief, however, may look to GSC for severe pain, nausea and appetite loss.
There are several different phenotypes of the Girl Scout Cookies strain including Thin Mint and Platinum Cookies, which exhibit some variation in appearance and effect. Typically, however, Girl Scout Cookies expresses its beauty in twisting green calyxes wrapped in purple leaves and fiery orange hairs. Patients and consumers looking to cultivate this cannabis staple themselves should wait 9 to 10 weeks for their indoor plants to finish flowering.