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Queen of Sheba's Genetics

Let’s Talk About Queen of Sheba’s Genetics

The true queen of her domain our Queen of Sheba‘s Genetics tell a story of a woman on a path of upliftment and empowerment! She’s always been one in a million!

But what makes her tick? There are two dominate strains, Girl Scout Cookies and Pink Panties. Let’s firstly talk about them Do-Si-Dos in them cookies!

Girl Scouts Cookies

Queen of Sheba's Genetics

Girl Scout Cookies is a name you’ll be well acquainted with if you’ve been growing cannabis for a number of years.

This old girl is an indica hybrid. And it crosses two strains: OG Kush and Durban Poison.

GSCs leaves users with euphoric effects (high), along with full-body relaxation.

And what most growers are looking for when growing their GSCs is high THC levels.

Then, the flavour profile for GSCs is one of sweet and pungent flavours with notes of mint, cherry, and lemon.

GSC is also known as a great medical marijuana strain. It helps with chronic pain, nausea, and appetite loss.

As a plant to grow, it is moderately difficult to cultivate, fairly small, with a medium bud yield. And it flowers for around 7-9 weeks with some even saying it can be 10 weeks.

This calming part of the Queen of Sheba’s Genetics, but what’s the other side of Queen’s genes?

Pink Panties!

Queen of Sheba's Genetics

Yep, the name is keeper and so is its linage. A cross between Burmese Kush and a Florida Kush it is an fast growing and dense bud.

The overall size of the bud is considered to be medium and the fragrance is of tart and tangy citrus, with a strong floral bouquet.

Then the smoke is a smooth one with citrus tones, with some light herbal undertones on the exhale. If you are trying to get more out of this smoke we’d recommend getting a proper vaporiser.

Those who use Pink Panties on the regular say they like it for its abilities to help abate symptoms of anxiety, depression, PTSD.

It is also comfortable being grown indoors or out! And because it is a short and bushy girl it’s best to top her and encourage light access to the lower branches.

What do Queen of Sheba’s Genetic mean?

In short, you’re guaranteed a relaxed high that is slow and mellow. Perfect for the person who wants to bask in their own glory – like a queen! And it is an easy to grow plant! So, give the queen a go.

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