Typical Effects

  • Happy
    Happy
  • Hungry
    Hungry
  • Relaxed
    Relaxed

Time of Day

  • Afternoon
    Afternoon

Common Usage

  • Anxiety
    Anxiety
  • Depression
    Depression
  • Stress
    Stress

Terpenes

  • Caryophyllene
    Caryophyllene
  • Myrcene Terpene
    Myrcene
  • Pinene Terpene
    Pinene

Flavors

  • Earthy
    Earthy
  • Pungent
    Pungent
  • Sweet
    Sweet

Negatives

  • Dry-Eyes
    Dry Eyes
  • Dry-Mouth
    Dry Mouth

About Boy Scout Cookies

Boy Scout Cookies, also known as Boy Scout, and BSC is a hybrid strain that is growing more in popularity each year, much like its parent Girl Scout Cookies (known colloquially as GSC). This strain is quite the heavy hitter and boasts more than 24% THC, making it ideal for individuals seeking treatment for depression, stress, and anxiety. But, like most strains out there, some users may experience side effects, such as dry eyes and dry mouth.

Best consumed in the afternoon, BSC should be consumed with a word of warning, as the effects can be quite potent. Users should not drive or operate heavy machinery while consuming this plant, as it can greatly reduce reaction time and cognitive ability. Some users have expressed a slow creeping build-up when consuming BSC, so be sure to try a little first and let the full effect hit you before going back for a second round.

The flavor profile of BSC can be described as earthy, pungent and sweet, which makes sense with its terpene profile consisting of Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and Pinene. Individuals looking for an appetite suppressant should look elsewhere, as BSC has been reported to make some users quite hungry, making it more suited to those treating eating disorders or cancer therapies.

The next time you visit your local dispensary, be sure to ask if this strain is right for you and your treatment.

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