Organic Hindu Girl Scout Cookies

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Eighth of an Ounce
Quarter Ounce

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About the strain:
Low Med High

Introducing Kindle's newest exotic strain: Hindu Girl Scout Cookies (Hindu Kush x Platinum GSC). You will find this nowhere else!

A rare treat from the Himalayans, Hindu Girl Scout Cookies. The legendary landrace Hindu Kush is crossed with Platinum Cookies, and produced this sativa-leaning hybrid that smells of pine, citrus, and hash. Like a good strong cigar, this flavour is not for everyone, but if you like your whiskey or mezcal on the side, you’ve found your partner
This is a unique flower that offers a particular effect, and is reserved for those looking for a hash-like high in flower form.
These girls are generous, but airy, so they break up easy and won’t clog up your grinder. The high from this particular one is mellow, not over-dramatic, but does flow through the body right from the first toke. You can expect a smooth journey day or night, as this strain offers a functional high experience that pairs well with most activities.

What is the big deal with LSO weed? Learn more here.

Fun, Energetic, Creative
Inflammation, Pain
About the vendor:

Kindle Bloom

Boutique, organic, and sustainable craft cannabis.
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From deep in the rainforest of south west BC emerges a unique and integral cannabis producer. Presenting Kindle Bloom Organic Craft Cannabis, grown in 100% living organic soil, harvested at peak maturity, and dried and cured slowly to perfection. Kindle Bloom provides only 100% organic flowers so you can feel safe that there is no residues from fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, or other conventional additives. Going well beyond your average organic program, we source local and sustainable inputs, as well, we take from both, Biodynamic and Korean Natural Farming practices. Our conscious approach to farming means we recycle our soil, we compost unused plant material and focus on maintaining a balanced ratio of mycology and microbiology to reflect what happens in Mother Nature.



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