As with many cannabis strains, there appears to be some dispute about the exact genetics of Super Girl Scout Cookies. Most agree it’s a blend of Durban Poison, OG Kush, and Cherry Kush, but some say it’s a sativa-dominant hybrid while others insist it’s a near-pure indica. This strain isn’t widely available, so it’s hard to know for sure, but the mostly physical high suggests the indica genes are important in this strain, if not dominant. The effects include a calming body buzz that’s effective in relieving muscle cramps and mood disorders. THC concentrations aren’t widely reported, but like it’s parents, this strain is said to be quite potent. A similar lack of data about CBD levels means patients, including those with seizure disorders, shouldn’t use Super Girl Scout Cookies as a source of that cannabinoid. The nugs are dense and green with orange hairs, but there isn’t much information available about the taste or smell of this strain. Negative effects likely include dry mouth and dry eyes, though reliable reports are hard to come by. Super Girl Scout Cookies can be found at a handful of medical marijuana dispensaries in Southern California but it’s rare elsewhere.