Sugar Cookie Strain Review – Bonza Blog
There’s a new batch of freshly baked cannabis in town. And, already, Sugar Cookie has become a midnight snack favorite. While its moniker does indeed suggest a sweet flavor profile, the high comes with a little sedative crunch in each toke. Powerful, pillowy and filled with enormous potency, this strain sure is one tough cookie.
To date, its breeders remain unknown. Many do believe that it is an offshoot of Girl Scout Cookies. But that is not the genetic lineage that is knocking on everybody’s interest. In fact, its cerebral invigoration and surrounding calmness suggest it is from Sensi Star and Blue Hawaiian, topped with Crystal Gale’s trance-like, euphoric buzz.
This 3-in-1 mix cooked up a strain that is packed with both Indica and Sativa traits, truly satisfying smokers’ sweet tooth.
|Sugar Cookie Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Blue Hawaiian x Sensi Star x Crystal Gayle|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||40% / 60%|
|THC %||20% to 26%|
|CBD %||0.01% to 0.05%|
|Flowering Period||7 to 9 weeks / Late September to early October|
|Average Yield||350 to 450 g/m2 450 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
As the name suggests, Sugar Cookie brings to mind a variety of sharp yet sweet scents. A burst of berries refreshes the spirit, mixed with heavy notes of deep, caramelized sugar. Undertones of damp earthiness keep this from being sickly saccharine though, enticing users to eat this from the bag.
For recreational users craving for a bit of a daring treat, Sugar Cookie can definitely make both the body and mind crumble in delight. On the onset, it adds a missing oomph in a user’s weary soul by sprinkling it with a euphoric touch. Uplifting and relaxing, a bowl of this can end even a stressful day on a sweeter note.
Mental blocks are also torn down by a creative force, allowing users to fire off new ideas one after another. However, users won’t be able to put it to life as even picking up a pen feels like an impossible ordeal because of its sedative quality encompassing the body like a heavy blanket.
After the initial surge, waves of soothing tingles spread through the limbs and melts away any muscular tension. Veterans and beginners alike should use it with caution because it’s whopping THC content can truly cause a sugar-induced coma.
Sugar Cookie may tempt users to get more than they can chew, especially for those with low tolerance to THC. As this packs a lot, expect reactions like dizziness, headaches and even paranoia to come up. Users may also experience cottonmouth and dry eyes, which is often shrugged off because of its miniscule impact.
There’s no need to panic though as it quickly dissipates. Prevention, of course, is better than the cure. Hence, it’s best to simply start slow and small.
Medical Use and Benefits
While it may not hold any valuable CBD content, Sugar Cookie is sure to put a smile in patients as it relieves a variety of ailments. As mentioned, its uplifting quality allows users to explore positive thoughts without any built-up stress acting as a barricade. Throwing their worries to the wind, users can move forward to a better quality of life.
Even those with depression will find comfort in this dessert-like ganja. As such, it can prevent the overwrought mind from turning sour. As the high progresses, the body softens into chewy, goo as a powerful sedation eases painful conditions like headaches and even eye pressure. After the full-body melt, expect to drift to a deep, restorative sleep.
Growing Sugar Cookie
A bit of expertise is required for this to flourish to its full potential. Being a clone-only strain, it may be difficult to get ahold of unless one knows someone who has a mature plant.
If prospective growers choose to do it indoors, the flowering time takes about 7 to 9 weeks with a moderate yield of 350 to 450 grams per square meter. Each plant outdoors, on the other hand, could yield as much as 450 grams during harvest on early October.
Have you grown or used Sugar Cookie Strain? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.