Most blogs remind readers that GMO Cookies aren’t “genetically modified organisms” like you get with food production. However, cannabis strains are genetically modified if you think about it, maybe just not in the same way. GMO or Garlic Cookies, as it’s sometimes less appetizingly called, is a potent Indica-obsessed (70/30) strain with a heavy scent and potent sedative effect. It was bred by the Spanish-located breeder Mamiko Seeds from Girl Scout Cookies and Chemdawg. This is where it gets its stanky flavors and insane pungency. If you want to fly high and stink all the way there, GMO Cookies is the way to do it.
This GMO Cookies isn’t the only variant on the market. Some researchers think skunkmasterflex bred the strain. Divine Genetics also has a version of this strain called Chem Cookies with similar genetics in appearance but using different phenotypes to create a completely different profile. The orange and purple buds are shaped like flat peppers and cloaked in a blanket of clear trichomes.