Do-si-do drugs?

Do-si-do drugs?

Do-Si-Dos is an indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain with qualities similar to its parent, OGKB, a GSC-phenotype. With glittering trichomes, bright pistils, and lime green and lavender leaves, this strain is a feast for eyes. Its aroma is pungent, sweet, and earthy with slight floral funkiness.

What does SI taste like?

Flavor: Expect an OG-heavy flavor, with tastes of Kush, soil and a little sweet citrus up front. Pine and subtle, tart notes of rubber can creep in on the side of the tongue afterward.

Do Si Dos edibles?

Do-Si-Do strain is an Indica dominant hybrid (70% indica/30% Sativa) strain created through crossing the potent Girl Scout Cookies with Face Off OG. This strains flavours of Lime, Mint, Pine, Spicy and Sweet really come out in the smoke which tastes great!

Does SI do yield?

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Characteristic Do-Si-Dos
Outdoor Yield Up to 900 g/plant
Harvest Time (Outdoors) Late September to Early October
Harvest Time (Indoors) 8-10 weeks
THC Content 25 to 30%

Do Si Dos Zkittlez grow?

The Plugs Do Si Dos Zkittlez Description Do-Si-Dos Zkittlez: a cross between two legends! This cross between Do-Si-Dos and Watermelon Zkittlez offers really incredible results, with a vigorous growing and producing very compact buds distributed throughout the plant branches.

Why are Girl Scout cookies sold once a year?

They sell cookies once per year to raise money to do fun things. If they sold them year-round, the Girl Scouts would just be a job & nobody would want to join. Councils conduct their cookie season for about a six- to eight-week period per year, most between January and April, but some as early as September.

What are Tagalongs called now?

Samoas are now “Caramel deLites.” Do-si-dos are “Peanut Butter Sandwiches.” Tagalongs are “Peanut Butter Cookies” and Trefoils are “Shortbreads.”

What cookies taste like Samoas?

Clover Valley Coconut and Fudge Cookies These are an obvious knockoff of the Girl Scouts’ Samoas or Caramel deLites (the official name depends on which bakery your local branch sources their cookies from), with the exact same shape, toasted coconut topping, and stripes of chocolate to boot.