BSC

Also known as the Boy Scout Cookies, this well-balanced hybrid strain is known for its delicious flavor and unforgettable aroma. Believe it or not, BSC does taste and smell like real cookies! It also has a surprising skunky smell and vanilla undertones. It has a very potent effect that helps in abandoning all your worries in life. BSC is perfect for afternoon and evening usage. The strain can also give the user a tranquil euphoria and full body relaxation.

Type: Balanced Hybrid Strain, 50% Sativa / 505 Indica

Flowering: 7 to 10 weeks

Climate: Dry, temperate, Mediterranean climate

Yield: Medium

Flavors: Woody, sweet, spicy, flower, berry, herbal, pepper, cookie

THC Level: 18% to 23%

Height: Medium Easy

Growing Difficulty: Moderate

What are the Effects of BSC?

BSC users claimed that it delivers deep and heavy relaxation to their bodies. There is also that tranquil and peaceful feeling that you won’t experience from any other buds. And apart from giving you a calmer mind and body, BSC can also help you think of happy thoughts. Your focus or concentration are also enhanced after smoking or consuming this delicious strain. If you are in need of inspiration and fresh ideas, then smoking BSC is one of the best things that you can do.

What are the Medical Benefits of BSC?

BSC can help soothe eye pressure, fatigue, stress, and even depression. Your appetite will also be improved after taking BSC. This is what makes the bud perfect for cancer patients who have lost their appetite. Individuals who are suffering from Bipolar Disorders can also benefit from the many wonderful effects of BSC. Moreover, BSC is also given to patients who are suffering from hypertension and heart diseases.

What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from BSC?

Negative side effects of BSC include dryness of eyes and mouth. It can also cause a mild headache and slight dizziness if you are not careful with the dosage.

Tips for Growing BSC

BSC can be planted both indoors and outdoors. It is critical though that you provide them with the right amount and quality of nutrients. These plants also thrive in an environment where there is mild humidity.