The legendary battle – GSC (Girl Scout Cookies) versus OG Kush
GSC vs. AND Kush
Comparing a parent strain to its offspring can seem excessive. In this case, however, it does not appear to be the case. The tribes to be compared are making waves in different places around the world.
GSC, also known as Girl Scout Cookies, is one of the most popular descendants of OG Kush. While OG Kush is the legendary landrace strain. I hope you can also see that both tribes can stand up against each other in this battle.
Without further ado, let’s dive into this epic clash.
At the end of each round 1 is crowned champion between these two sensational cannabis strains.
Note: this comparison is made between the original strains of GSC and OG Kush.
It is a short plant with light green leaves that make a dense bud with small crystals. Thanks to the characteristics of the Kush family, it is an all-round strain that adapts well to various environmental factors such as pests and diseases.
Growing GSC is hassle free, especially if there is enough space to spread the branches out. It can be cultivated indoors and outdoors. When grown indoors, it blooms in less than three months. When grown outdoors, it blooms in mid-June.
However, when compared to other strains, it produces a smaller amount of harvest – 10 ounces per crop or square meter.
It is a popular plant among cannabis growers as it produces a very large harvest during its flowering period.
However, it is an endangered plant. If it’s not closely monitored during its growing cycle, it may not make it. The farm area in particular is full of pests and diseases. In two months, the OG Kush will be ready to harvest, sometimes producing over 16 ounces per crop, or 17 ounces per square meter
Champion: AND KUSH
reason: It produces a relatively higher amount of harvest, which means more profit for the farmer.
Fragrance-wiseIt has an appealing scent that attracts a user – the more so when the bud is opened, the aroma becomes more intense. Users are drawn to its earthy, sweet, and spicy aroma. It also has a faint touch of mint chocolates. Amazing!
TasteIt has a distinct candy flavor with a tiny hint of spicy peppers and nutmeg. Sometimes you can catch the citrus flavor, sometimes you can just taste its earthiness.
GSC has often been found to have a very similar taste and aroma to OG Kush’s.
In terms of scent, it has a complex blend of terpenes that gives off a combination of different scents. Its scent combines the earthy and pine-like notes with a spicy and skunk-like scent. After drying and curing, users can smell the musty and earthy smell in the buds.
In terms of taste, it has a unique combined taste of earthy and pine-like aromas. A sweet and candy-like taste can also be picked out. When used, it creates a cough-inducing smoke that has a hashish and a tangy taste.
Reason: It has a sweeter taste and aroma that feels like dessert.
In the United States, states legalized with cannabis have official tariffs. The nationally accepted price for one gram of GSC is $ 13. However, in some states it can be as high as $ 20 per gram or $ 450 an ounce, while in some states it can be as low as $ 9 for a gram or $ 171 for an ounce.
Unlike in the past, when OG Kush was very expensive, times have changed. You can get a gram for just $ 13. However, the price may vary depending on the state. The average price is $ 235 for an ounce of the original OG Kush.
Master: OG Kush
Reason: Everyone wants high quality weeds at lower prices. This is what OG Kush offers with its much cheaper prices in most states.
It has won various awards in the cannabis scene. It is an indica dominant strain with over 28% THC content.
Like most indica dominated strains, it has a calming feel that may have you fixed on your couch.
In comparison, it’s also an award-winning legendary strain with a THC content of up to 27%. Users often report feeling euphoric and happy after consuming it.
Reason: The difference between the two tribes is not essential. They are both highly potent with only a 1% difference in their THC levels.
Small side effects are induced by GSC. Some of these are dizziness, anxiety, and paranoia. However, these effects are only noticed when a large amount of GSC is consumed. And it’s commendable to say that GSC doesn’t cause a headache.
Compared to GSC, OG Kush users have reported multiple after-effects after consuming this extremely potent strain. Some of these side effects include; Cotton mouth, dry eyes, increased fear and paranoia. Several users have reported experiencing headaches and dizzying episodes after indulging themselves excessively.
Reason: GSC has fewer aftereffects compared to OG Kush. So in this situation it’s a clear winner.
GSC and OG Kush have similar uses for medicinal purposes. GSC is very effective for chronic pain such as headaches. It also provides quick relief from symptoms of mental disorders and anxiety. However, doctors recommend that it should be used in small amounts at a time.
Like GSC, OG Kush is used to relieve the symptoms of various types of diseases. It’s very popular for its euphoric and uplifting effects.
When users indulge too much in this stress, symptoms of anxiety appear. When used in moderation, it exhibits many relief properties. It also has properties that aid in the temporary relief of pain associated with painful disease conditions.
Reason: Both offer similar medical benefits.
The epic conflict between GSC and OG Kush. Both tribes have proven that they have what it takes to stand head to head with one another. There really isn’t a great champion in this clash. Both are legends in their own way.
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