GMO Cherries

$50.00each
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Product description

Indoor grown at our California cultivation, hand trimmed and hand selected by our team. Everything true to the craft for California connoisseurs.

FlowerDieselEarthyGMO CookiesHappyPungentRelaxedUplifted

More about this strain: GMO Cookies

Contrary to what you might think, GMO Cookies is not a genetically modified organism but a cross between Chemdawg D and a GSC (formerly Girl Scout Cookies) Forum cut. Also known as GMO or Garlic Cookies, GMO Cookies has been attributed to the breeder Mamiko Seeds, but this skunky phenotype has also been said to have been discovered by a breeder named skunkmasterflex.


While Mamiko seems to have called it just GMO, dispensaries were understandably wary of having that “GMO” label on their shelves and went with Garlic Cookies instead. GMO Cookies is said to carry a flavor of garlic, mushroom, and onion that descends from its Chemdawg lineage.


Divine Genetics also has a strain that’s a cross of Chemdawg #4 and GSC that it calls Chem Cookies. Despite the similar genetics, it appears to be a different strain with different phenotypes for both parents, although it’s worth noting that some people do confuse two strains. GMO Cookies is said to produce olive green buds with bits of purple and orange blanketed by a mantle of trichomes.

Contrary to what you might think, GMO Cookies is not a genetically modified organism but a cross between Chemdawg D and a GSC (formerly Girl Scout Cookies) Forum cut. Also known as GMO or Garlic Cookies, GMO Cookies has been attributed to the breeder Mamiko Seeds, but this skunky phenotype has also been said to have been discovered by a breeder named skunkmasterflex.


While Mamiko seems to have called it just GMO, dispensaries were understandably wary of having that “GMO” label on their shelves and went with Garlic Cookies instead. GMO Cookies is said to carry a flavor of garlic, mushroom, and onion that descends from its Chemdawg lineage.


Divine Genetics also has a strain that’s a cross of Chemdawg #4 and GSC that it calls Chem Cookies. Despite the similar genetics, it appears to be a different strain with different phenotypes for both parents, although it’s worth noting that some people do confuse two strains. GMO Cookies is said to produce olive green buds with bits of purple and orange blanketed by a mantle of trichomes.

Top reported strain effects

  • Relaxed

  • Happy

  • Uplifted

Top reported strain flavors

  • Earthy

  • Pungent

  • Diesel

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Reviews

4.8

4 reviews

Cannalovaa
6 months ago
5 stars

Another hit

Wow, seriously tasty weed. Tons of frost and effects are on point
WillyJohn96
6 months ago
5 stars

Best looking bud I've had in a while

Super frosty amazing smell and smoke worth every penny
ThrashingM97
8 months ago
5 stars

🔥🔥🔥

Looks,Tastes, and smells amazing!
budlove68
6 months ago
4 stars

GMO Cherries

I purchased three eighths of Next Green Wave flower yesterday from Sun Valley Caregivers, who seem to have to best prices around. The GMO Cherries was a bit of a letdown only because it was stale (packaged 10/6/20; today is 12/27/20). A Boveda pack is helping to revive it, but the nose and taste just aren’t there. Does provide a nice indica high, however. I can see that it’s quality herb and would’ve loved to try it a couple of months ago. If I may make a suggestion, add that inner seal that CBX includes with their eighth jars. It does a lot to keep the herb from drying out.
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