Indica dominant Headband Cookies is a cannabis strain that was developed by crossing the genetics of the hybrid strains GSC and D-DNL. Although it has been described by some reviewers as having a slow onset of effects, it should not be underestimated due to the intense euphoric high it provides and the sedative effect it has on the patient. A lethargic state has been reported by some users following the consumption of Headband Cookies, making it difficult to maintain cognitive functions. It is recommended that you plan ahead of time and begin with smaller, more controlled doses of the medication.
Headband Cookies typically produce dense and tightly packed lime green buds that are typically covered in a layer of amber-colored hairs and a frosting of trichomes, depending on the cultivating and curing techniques used to produce them. Some of these visually appealing buds have subtle tinges of purples hidden throughout their structure, which makes them even more appealing. Because the buds of Headband Cookies can be very dense, it’s a good idea to keep a grinder on hand, especially when working with batches that have a high moisture content. This strain has been known to produce aromas and flavors that are sour, citrusy, herbal, piney, and earthy, and that is usually accompanied by a spicy diesel aftertaste after smoking it.
Users who have been fortunate enough to come across a batch of Headband Cookies in our dispensary have shared their experiences with the product’s ability to alleviate symptoms of mild anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Among the dominant terpenes found in this strain are Limonene, Beta-Caryophyllene, and Beta-Myrcene, while the THC content tends to average around 23 percent on a percentage basis.