GSC is also known by some as Berner Cookies, or Berner’s Cookies, after cannabis mogul and San Francisco, CA native rapper Berner. As a Bay Area staple in Canna-culture, Berner lays claim to creating the strain with his own inner-circle collective known as Cookie Fam. A master brander, Berner shot GSC into the mainstream when he peaked the interest of Wiz Khalifa who helped launch the staple strain across the United States.
Our most POTENT sativa blend we offer... Users compare their energy boosts to a shot of espresso or an energy drink. This blend is an excellent daytime strain that can promote energy, focus, mental stimulation and clarity.
A natural way to help fight fatigue, stress, and depression.
Much like many other cannabis strains, Green Crack’s origin story is disputed. Some sources claim it was initially bred in Georgia in the 1970s, but it was more likely to be developed in 1990 by Cecil C. from Athens, Ohio who grew it from a 1989 Super Sativa Seed Club variety of Skunk #1 and released it as a clone-only strain.
Green Crack’s lineage includes an unknown Indica, with speculators suggesting either Afphani #1 or Hindu Kush.
Pineapple Express packs a punch with a fresh apple and mango smell, and a taste of pineapple, pine, and cedar.
This iconic strain has a terpene profile of Humulene, Linalool, and Beta Caryophyllene - highlighting concentrated notes of sweet, juicy pineapple on the inhale, followed by a dank citrus exhale that will linger on your taste buds.
The exact origin of Pineapple Express has been debated time and time again. The first Pineapple Express clones were circulated throughout California’s dispensaries so we can assume it was California-bred. However the mysterious nature of this strain makes it hard to pin down an exact origin. What we do know is that its parent plants are of Trainwreck, a hybrid, and Hawaiian, a Sativa.
Thin Mint Cookies showcases an unforgettable mouthwatering blend of Terpinolene, Beta Caryophyllene, and Humulene terpenes, producing a flavor palette nearly identical to the baked goods it was so appropriately named after.
Expect sweet and creamy chocolate notes on the inhale, followed by a refreshing minty exhale.
Thin Mint Cookies leave users feeling relaxed, euphoric and uplifted. Some users describe Thin Mint Cookies’s effects as being both mental and physical, the body may feel sleepy and hungry while the mind stays active and creative.
This strain is ideal for those seeking pain relief, nausea relief and a sleep aid without a heavy, couch-lock sedating effect.
Just like its sister plant GSC, Thin Mint Cookies was created by a secret, inner-circle collective known as the “Cookie Family” created by the San Francisco native rapper Berner. Not much is publicly known about this group because they don’t promote their products through cannabis cups like many other growers. The Cookie Family are a group of individuals dedicated to cannabis education and organic farming practices. Because of the exclusivity and secrecy of the Cookie Family, there have been many admirers looking to create their own strain of Thin Mint Cookies. This has unfortunately flooded the market with knock-off Thin Mint Cookies strains. What makes the original Thin Mint Cookies so special is an unknown strain known only as “F1” (the Cookie Family’s secret sauce) that was crossed with Durban Poison and OG Kush.
Wedding Cake comes from a long line of genetic heavy-hitters and strain classics such as Hindu Kush, OG Kush, Fire OG, Durban Poison, and GSC, just to name a few. Wedding Cake is a clone only phenotype of the Triangle Mints line by Seed Junky Genetics. The nickname Wedding Cake was originally given to the hybrid by the Jungle Boys, because of its unmistakable vanilla cake frosting aroma.