A Real Review Of Pink Cookies From Northwest Cannabis Solutions

Pink Cookies strain

Northwest Cannabis Solutions has a Pink Cookies strain that generally comes with a dense nug structure and long orange hairs covering each bud. The buds had dark green leaves on the outside and a light green interior when I broke them apart.

The trichomes shined and the flower was sticky. It had a musky, earthy scent and a light sweet earthy taste to match. I didn’t feel much mental stimulation from this strain, but that’s not what I was looking for at a nice dinner out. It gave me a fantastic body high followed by a stomach quivering wave of the munchies, which was quickly satisfied by a delicious burger at Paul’s Burgers in Burien.

This strain is great for stimulating appetite. If you need to switch up your eating schedule, a few puffs of this can make that transition easier. I would also recommend the Pink Cookies strain for unwinding after work. You won’t experience any mind racing and you can find some peace of mind before you get back into the grind of the work week.

Cannabinoid Breakdown

  • Total THC: 29%
  • Total CBD: 0.00%

Pink Cookies Strain Overview

  • Indica
  • Genetics: Girl Scout Cookies and Cherry Pie
  • Aroma Profile: Sagebrush, musk
  • Flavor Profile: Heavy, earthy, spicy

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