Canuk Cookies by Canuk Seeds, not sold by your local troupe of girl scouts, has been developed from a phenotype of the famous OG Kush selected for its beautiful pinkish tint to the flowers crossed with Durban Poison.
With an earthy, sweet aroma and taste, Canuk Cookies launches you to new heights of euphoria, where full body relaxation meets an intense cerebral effect.
Canuk Cookies is known to be a heavy hitter, so a little will go a long way with this hybrid. Medical users will find the effects to be a perfect relief of pain, nausea, and appetite loss.
It is an easy grower, flowering in 9 weeks, producing very large solid plants with great yields.
I've been growing weed for 20 years and this is one of the absolute most potent and delicious strains we've ever seen (all of my friends are growing it too because it's just so awesome!) It knocks people on their asses. It smells dank and delicious beyond description. Dense buds. It's a bit of a late finish for south central Ontario (harvested her Oct.15 but she could have gone a few more days. Rain forced the harvest) but she's worth taking your chances against the frost/ wet falls. She held up well and doesn't have any mold. When trimming this strain my scissors get gummed up every five minutes or so because she's just so chronic and full of crystals. Highly recommend this strain if you're looking for one of the most potent & delicious strains available. I do have to add that I did get the second phenotype this year and she was much more sativa looking with thin leaves and airy buds. I grew two seeds this year and one was what I expected and the other was a disappointment. But this is my 4th year growing her and every other seed I've grown has been the best of the best. Worth taking your chances and crossing your fingers that you get the better phenotype :) (Posted on 10/18/2020)
Desr brett. I have a major in plant biology and grew this plant in an organic mixture of fox farm happy frog soil mix with spme extra worm and bat conpost, vermiculite & perlite, aprayed root ball with water and covered with mycorrhizal bacteria powder before mixing a tbsp in the soil around the transplant hole. I fed only between fish/kelp/seaweed extracts, compost tea made with bat&worm castings, fish&bone meal, sulfer free molasses $some seaweed and fish extracts made in a 5 gallon bucket by combing all ingredients into 5 gallons of filtered/dechlorinated water (tap water left in bubbling bucket of water for 24 hours will clean all water minerals introduced by the government). I fed each of the 5 plants with only the organic nutrients mentioned above in their water, alternating what is used when and was amazed by the results i got even in my trial 5gal smart fabric pot planted in reg soil fed with regular nutrients and veg/bloom booster nutrients and even she turned exceptional. May i suggest that perhaps your idea to go with an organic growing method you may have fallen away from keeping the thriving colony of microbial and fungal organisms that keep organic soil "alive", keeping them properly fed with ingredients such as seaweed extracts or a molasses mixture to feed and amplify the microbial activities with such food creating further compounds for the roots to absorb. When you say you grew organically, can you explain what organically means to you? Is it like just soil and "organically certified" nutrients or making a living soil full of microbes and fungi generationg advanced relationships with your root zone and helps keep the soil nutrient rich by tge millions os type of nicrobes possible living in thensoil performing their numerous joba producing much needed c02 and nutrients such as nitrogen and potassium all kept alive and thriving with simple microbial inoculating compounds such as seaweed extracts and molasses infused water but especially when a compost tea is made mixing compost and molasses and seaweed/fish extracts and left in water with an air pump hooked into a air stone kewping a constant moving environment with consistent oxidation from the air stone breeding millions of living microbes and fungi in the water doing nothing but positive things to any soil grown plants but especially soils already full of those living microorganisms. I think that you maybe just took on an organic grow without having the amount of knowledge anyone could find by spending an.hour googling how to properly grow weed organically lol (Posted on 4/23/2020)
Popped one of these late season in a 7 gallon pot. Early October shes gorgeous Christmas tree, with a purple base covered by frosty white goodness. Showed mold resistance and pest resistance. Amazing cure, amazing smoke, amazing lift. (Posted on 4/20/2020)
I got 2 seeds. 2 different phenos, one stacked very well but very leafy, one stretched and got smaller rock hard! Nugs, I cloned this one, and the clone was evan better. Great yield on all of them. very strong, definitely top em and train em. You will not be disappointed. Smells delightfull when cured properly. All around 10/10. Thank you €anuk $eeds (Posted on 1/9/2020)
Second time around with this strain, and won’t be the last, best cookie strain ever, been growing over 40 years and this is in top five. Gets even the most grizzled vets blown Bc away. Time to order more (Posted on 10/30/2019)
Started one seed indoor in March 2019, moved outdoor in June, just finished it October 2019. This plant using LST and a screen was able to grow about 8 feet high, 6 feet wide and yielded 1.5lbs of the densest most resinous trichome filled buds I've ever seen outdoor. And it smells phenomenal. Definitely a heavy hitter as described. Also was very easy to trim. Had about half the leaves of the white widow that grew beside it. Overall great experience with this strain. (Posted on 10/7/2019)
Have grown this inside for a couple years now it’s the best I have ever grown. I took it outside this year as the laws have changed and it’s doing amazing! Probably 1/2 weeks left and I’ll harvest but I’d even say it’s safe to harvest now. Smells amazing. Strong plant. Even with the humid weather it’s doing well fighting PM. Southern ON Canada. Cheers (Posted on 9/25/2019)
I am so blown away by the guys comment at the bottom Haha. Every seed I popped was a complete gem. They have this epic cookie smell when they're cured! The plants grew excellent! One pheno seemed to be smaller and compact with all kinds of weighty buds on them. The entire plants were bud and they were such a treat to trim. The other was a bit stretched with dense separated nugs. Both phenos have super dense buds, like 9.5/10 or even 10/10. They didnt stretch a lot in flower, maybe half of their total height. Later in flower the buds developed an immense amount of resin and the trichomes just danced all over them. They turned a light purple in the leaf ends right at the end of flower. I would recommend this strain 10x over. Thank you Canuk! (Posted on 3/16/2019)
I have two Canuk Cookies Fem seeds. One has soaked 12 hours then between damp paper towels on a heating pad for 12 more and has germinated. I will make a Mother out of her. I am in chronic pain and could use some weight, sounds like a good mother to have. I will put her into Happy Frog potting soil today. Germination is all True North can guarantee, the rest is up to us. Happy growing. (Posted on 1/14/2019)
Dropped 3 seeds last fall and have just harvested another excellent crop. One plant was typical cookies, bushy, dark green indica. The other two showed more of the stretched sativa side. But all 3 deliver a solid buzz, head and body. Well done Canuk. (Posted on 1/10/2019)
These buds have a distinct smell, it is not fruity, that is generally the flavor I go for. They smoke well and are very dense. I am kept one of the 3 plants as a mother. I am using this in my grow rotation. (Posted on 11/14/2018)
Started them indoors early April, moved outside mid May, put in ground May long weekend. Nearly ready to harvest now sept. 27, should produce close to 2lbs/plant. Plant gets about 10 hrs direct sunlight during summer, no fertilizers and little watering (Posted on 9/28/2018)
Grew this in ebb n gro 2 gal buckets, got 4 zip/plant. Smothered in trichomes.
Very good leaf to calax ratio. The little bit of leaf is easily removed by hand with a good dry. Sissors not even needed. If you do use sissors, you are gonna be cleaning them after every big bud. Super duper sticky icky.
Smell is awesome and smoke is excellent.
This is one of their top strains and a must have. (Posted on 5/24/2018)
Best tasting bud I've every grown, even better than the Canuk lemon skunk. The yield wasn't as high as others, but the quality was much higher. very very heavy heavy crystal production to produce an almost white appearance. unlike the other poor review, I completely disagree; the bud I grew looked very much like the stock picture. This is top quality DNA but you may need to order a few and find a good mother plant to get the best phenotypes. If the poor reviewer above is growing organic, that just goes to his authenticity, imo... I grew 3 plants and each had a slightly different taste, but all looked pretty much the same with similar bud size/production. Canuk is proving to be a top quality provider and I will continue to support their strains. I've put them side by side to several top brands and strains, and Canuk has consistently been of higher quality. (Posted on 8/4/2017)
IDK WHAT Brett IS TALKING ABOUT BUT I ORDERED ONE SEED AND I WILL POST UPDATE AS SOON AS I RECEIVE MY SEED BECAUSE THIS WILL BE ONE OUT OF 3 I WILL START OFF WITH AND IM HOPING THAT MY GUT IS RIGHT !!! THANK YOU TNSB AND Canuk (Posted on 7/6/2017)
I grew 3 of these they all looked identical but none of the 3 even remotely resemble the pic in the discription. Mine were pale green, slow to grow, made more hair than bud, took longer than anything else and produced less and lower quility bud. Grown organic soil at the same time as dinafem sweet deep grapefruit and bomb seeds big bomb both of which killed it and i recomend highly. I am upset these junk plants took up space in my room and wasted my time. (Posted on 3/21/2017)