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Reviewing Gelato Bein Laden

Reviewing Gelato bin Laden! Who is this lady of mystery?

The hide and seek champion of the world, a controversial figure, over six feet tall, and a person who needed a dialysis machine. How did he escape the CIA for so long?! How? So, that’s why we’re reviewing Gelato bin Laden!

Anyway, we’re talking about our girl now. She is really potent with high THC levels. Also, she guarantees those heavy yielding crops every grower wants!

At the end of the day, this girl is a pacifist, but how did she become so chilled? Her genes, is the short answer!

Part Girl Scouts Cookies part Sunset Sherbet. Let’s talk about them cookies.

Girl Scouts Cookies

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 pungency 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 at around 7-9 weeks with some even saying it can be 10 weeks.

Now, let’s talk about that sweetness! After all, we’re reviewing Gelato bin Laden.

Sunset Sherbet

Sunset Sherbet shares its linage with Girl Scout Cookies crossed with Pink Panties.

This being said, other sources on the web say its ancestors include OG Kush, Cherry Pie, and Durban Poison. Which without the Cherry Pie, is Girl Scout Cookies – but not.

An Indica-leaning hybrid, it is a potent strain that has a full heavy body high. So, expect serious couch-lock.

Then it is said to have some complex aromas and colours. The signature aromas are skunky citrus, sweet berry, and candy-like smells.

If you were interested in growing this strain, seeds are not available for Sunset Sherbet. You’ll need to have someone willing to part with a cutting.

But if you do find a donor, this strain is known to flower within 8-9 weeks – when indoors.

So, tricky, unless you have an indoor grow setup.

Conclusion of reviewing Gelato bin Laden

It’s going to be tricky to grow both sides of the Gelato bin Laden family tree. But you’d expect from a girl who was the international hide and seek champion from 2001-2011.

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