The Indica-dominant Biscotti Strain has an intriguing mysterious origin which is linked to Gelato #25 and other undetermined parents, either Girl Scout Cookies, South Florida, or GG #4. Its THC content is often around 20%, offering a good high for both experienced and novice users. Biscotti has a plethora of aromas and flavors. A cookie hint is certainly observable, but the herbs and fruit scents are also quite strong. One toke is all it takes to enjoy its sugary sweetness and its ends off in a spicy note.
|Biscotti strain recommended by Gillian Levy, co-founder of Humboldt Apothecary. Read more about Humboldt Apothecary in Grower Stories #45|
This bud has strong sedative effects, so most consumers prefer it after a long day at work or during the weekends. Its immediate effects leave the consumer with a relaxed mood, happy and calm. Biscotti’s high ends inevitably in a restful sleep. As this is an Indica-dominant marijuana strain, it works wonders when it comes to anxiety or depression. The head high is so intense that washes away all worries. It also helps with loss of appetite and acute or chronic pain. Details about its cultivation are quite scarce, especially because it is a relatively new bud. Growers hypothesize that its harvest might be quite difficult, but it can be treated just like any other Indica bud.