I am always looking for something new to add to my collection, and this rare hybrid sounded like a good option. The 7% terpenes spiked my curiosity, and that’s when I ordered some. Therefore, this Viper Cookies strain review details my first time enjoying this flavor from Sweet Vengeance.
I discovered that this hybrid contains a bit of Viper City OG and Girl Scout Cookies. That’s why the buds are spicy. Since the two parents are rich in beta-caryophyllene, Viper Cookies may help with stressful situations like sleep disorders. I just wanted something to control my anxiety, and I’ll tell you if this one was worth it.
- Lineage: Girl Scout Cookies x Viper City OG (aka Viper City)
- Type: Indica-dominant
- Potency: 17-20% THC, 0-1% CBD
- Terpene Profile: Beta-caryophyllene dominant at 2%, farnesene, limonene, linalool, and humulene.
- Packaging Details: Packaged on 07/01/2023, tested on 15/01/2023 (8 days later)
- Pricing Details: Purchased 3.5 grams in Ontario, Canada, for $29.96 ($8.56/gram)
Its color isn’t distinct, so it’s not a highlight. I’d rely on the flavor rather than color to identify it. Inside my bag were little purple and green nuggets with stunning orange hairs. Whitish crystal trichomes also dotted the buds.
My first impression was that it was earthy and peppery. It must have been the caryophyllene because it’s unmistakable. A sweet aroma was also somewhere in there as an undertone.
When exhaling, I caught some nutty, fruity hints. It’s subtle, so I doubt you’d even taste it when consuming edibles.
I overdid it the first time I tried it. I can’t tell how much mg was in my vape that day, but for sure, it knocked me out. So the second time, I was careful because it was still a work week, and I needed to leave the house early. I was in another world almost immediately but not sedated like the other time.
What a way to lift my spirits after a dull day. When the high started kicking in, it came with a euphoric feeling like I was floating on air. It engaged all my senses as its intensity increased gradually in the first ten minutes. Soon, there was a tingly feeling before settling into a calming phase, and that’s when I put my vape down and enjoyed it.
I’d say it’s a bit too potent for a beginner. The THC level was perfect, but I overdid it the first time. It sure can take care of those stressful thoughts in minutes. Maybe, it could work for anxiety and insomnia because I felt sleepy within minutes.
I wouldn’t say I experienced the promised 7% terpenes, but I was high and happy within the first hour of smoking it. Its faded green color with hints of orange isn’t something to draw your attention when you see this strain on a store shelf. However, the unique, earthy, spicy taste is a beautiful blend.
- Limelight: The Viper Cookies strain isn’t high up there on the THC percentage. Therefore, you could do with the 18 to 25% THC Limelight has to offer.
- Wappa: This Indica-dominant strain has fruity and spicy notes like Viper Cookies. Its high is heavier than what Viper Cookies strain can offer, so it might knock you out.
Frequently Asked Questions
It’s an Indica-dominant strain made from a blend of Viper City OG and the famous Girl Scout Cookies. Its 60% indica content is responsible for the fast high, unlike strains with more sativa that give you a dreamy euphoria.
Since it’s an Indica-dominant strain, there are hints of spice and citrus. There’s also a touch of sweetness.