Chem Mint Cookies

A Real Review of House of Cultivar’s Chem Mint Cookies

You can always count on Chemdawg genetics. They’re a world renown cannabis genetics that have created other popular strains like OG Kush and Sour Diesel, Leafly reports. Chem Mint Cookies is another fantastic branch in the Chemdawg family tree. The cookies genetics bring a calmness to the chem family, as well as a brilliant warm and sweet flavor profile.

There isn’t a lot of information on the exact Chem Mint Cookies’ exact genetic profile, but it’s most likely a cross between a chemdawg phenotype and a thin-mint girl scout cookies phenotype, also known as Peppermint Cookies.  Seed-Finder and Cannabis-Reports label Chem Cookies as a Sour Chem Scout crossed with Mint Chocolate Chip.

This strain has cool mint and lemon aromatics with sour and chemical hints on the back end. This batch was part of the Croptober harvest and was still incredibly fresh. The buds stuck together and you had to massage each flower into the bong bowl carefully. The trichomes stick to your finger and shine in the light.

It’s mellow hybrid with a long lasting high with a subtle come up. This strain is calm and relaxing, baring its indica qualities the most. This strain is good when you’re having a hard time concentrating on your personal projects. When you’re mind is bouncing all over the place, use some Chem Mint Cookies to center your focus and get back to work.

Cannabinoid Breakdown

  • Total THC: 19.6%
  • Total CBD: 0.2%

Chem Mint Cookies Overview

  • Hybrid
  • Genetics: A Chemdawg phenotype crossed with a Girl Scout Cookies phenotype.
  • Aromatics:  Cool mint and lemon.
  • Flavor: Sweet earthy lemons.

Chem Mint Cookies

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