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Rumored to be OG Kush x F1(undisclosed strain by original breeders) x Durban Poison. Girl Scout Cookies is one of the most sought-after strains on the market and as a result, is often a favorite choice for growing at home in states where cultivation is legal. Choosing the right cannabis seeds is important when cultivating Girl Scout Cookies. Growers who want effective results time after time look for feminized Girl Scout Cookies seeds to ensure that all plants are female and their harvest will be somewhat predictable

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Unknown in Truth; popularly claimed to be OG Kush x Durban Poison, or OG Kush x Cherry Pie (GDP x Durban Poison)

Story

Very little is known about the origin of Girl Scout Cookies. The only certainty is it was bred in San Francisco, California, sometime in the last couple of years; perhaps 2011 or 2012.

The strain was developed by a Nor-Cal group of associates known simply as the Cookie Family. From there, different phenotypes (some perhaps bag-seeds) have been distributed throughout the United States. Most notable of this array of Girl Scout Cookies is the “Forum Cut,” made available through internet networking among breeders.

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Girl Scout Cookies has a tall, branchy, OG-like structure, leaning towards the appearance of a true kush. It has dark leaves that turn black with a complete cold-water flush and have extremely long, thick, wine-red petioles, or leaf stems, that are actually longer than the leaf is in length.

Aroma

To its name, Girl Scout Cookies has a sweet and spicy, oven-baked smell.

Flavor

From the two disclosed parents, Durban Poison and OG Kush, there are taste elements of skunky peppermint and the slightest lemon zest. The “F1” unknown parent may be responsible for the yeasty bread-like taste that dominates the pallet.

Rumored to be OG Kush x F1(undisclosed strain by original breeders) x Durban Poison. Girl Scout Cookies is one of the most sought-after strains on the market and as a result, is often a favorite choice for growing at home in states where cultivation is legal

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“Marijuana Girl” (1950) is a cult classic and was often sought after by book collectors. It is one of the very early novels on drug addiction and even includes a glossary on jive talk, a notion that is quite quaint today.

N. R. De Mexico is a pseudonym of ROBERT CAMPBELL BRAGG, who was known to his friends as “Bob De Mexico.” He lived in Greenwich Village and was friends with, among others, Jack Kerouac. His real name was a mystery for many years and some thought Larry Shaw had written these “Marijuana Girl” (1950) is a cult classic and was often sought after by book collectors. It is one of the very early novels on drug addiction and even includes a glossary on jive talk, a notion that is quite quaint today.

N. R. De Mexico is a pseudonym of ROBERT CAMPBELL BRAGG, who was known to his friends as “Bob De Mexico.” He lived in Greenwich Village and was friends with, among others, Jack Kerouac. His real name was a mystery for many years and some thought Larry Shaw had written these books.
Bragg wrote only a few novels in the early 50’s before he died of a heart attack in a grocery store in 1954: “Marijuana Girl” (1950), Madman on a Drum (1952), and Private Chauffeur (1954).

“Marijuana Girl” (1950) is the story of the descent of Joyce, a seventeen year old juvenile delinquent, who is suspended from school after doing a striptease during study hall. Joyce takes a job as a reporter with a local paper and begins having an affair with a married editor, who introduces her to jazz clubs in the city and to marijuana. When he breaks off the affair, Joyce moves into the city on her own, hanging out with the singers and musicians she had been introduced to. She soon graduates to shooting up and selling her body to pay for the drugs.

The story portrays Joyce as a young innocent poodle skirt wearing teenager who looking for kicks and to fill her loneliness fell into the trap of hard drugs. The story shows her fascination with getting high and losing herself in jazz.

What’s remarkable about the book is the early date it was written–1950- long before many other drug novels. The cover depicts a sexy woman in a skimpy dress and smoke billowing from her mouth and tantalizes the reader by saying it’s the uncensored truth about teenage addicts who would do anything for thrills.

It is a story first and primarily about juvenile delinquency and addiction and descent into hopelessness. Although there seems to be a notion out there that it is a pro-marijuana book because part of the story romanticized the hip jazz players of the era, but that certainly is not the case with the main character starting with marijuana and falling into the world of a junkie and a whore.

While this book was probably shocking in 1950, there have been numerous similar books published in the last sixty years and, on its own, this doesn’t really stand out plot wise from many other novels dealing with this subject matter. . more

Marijuana Girl book. Read 4 reviews from the world’s largest community for readers. Joyce Taylor was a nice high school girl, maybe a little wild, and wh… ]]>