Typical Effects

  • Happy
    Happy
  • Relaxed
    Relaxed
  • Uplifted
    Uplifted

Time of Day

  • Afternoon
    Afternoon

Common Usage

  • Depression
    Depression
  • Pain
    Pain
  • Stress
    Stress

Terpenes

  • Caryophyllene
    Caryophyllene
  • Humulene
    Humulene
  • Limonene Terpene
    Limonene

Flavors

  • Earthy
    Earthy
  • Mint
    Mint
  • Sweet
    Sweet

Negatives

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

About Thin Mint

Does The Thin Mint Strain Have Another Name?

Yes, the strain Thin Mint also goes by the names, Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies, Thin Mint GSC, and TMGSC.

Is It A Hybrid Straub?

Yes, it is a Hybrid strain. This means it is made up of both Sativa and Indica strains.

Is Thin Mint A Strong Strain?

It depends on whether you are a seasoned user, or new. It is 24% THC, which can be quite a lot for new users. However, new research shows that it isn’t so much about the THC content, but more to do with a strain’s terpene profile.

What Is Thin Mint’s Terpene Profile?

This strain consists of Humulene, Limonene, and Caryophyllene, which gives it earthy, sweet, and minty flavor profiles.

What Is The Best Time Of Day To Consume It?

It is best consumed in the afternoon, as it can leave users feeing uplifted, happy, and energetic. Although, some users do report a sense of relaxation when taking this strain.

What Symptoms Can It Help Medical Patients With?

Medical patients have reported alleviation to their symptoms of depression, pain, and stress when taking Thin Mints, but we do recommend you speak with your local budtender first before committing to a new strain for medical reasons. It is also always a good idea to check in with your primary care provider.

Are There Any Side Effects To This Strain?

Like all strains, there is a possibility to experience side effects, such as: dry eyes, and dry mouth.

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