Bandit Breath is an epic combination of OGKB and Stardawg. The it is one of the most-coveted elite clones and renowned breeding plants. It is named after the patriarch of the Cookie Fam and is considered the first Girl Scout Cookies clone.
Best known for her duckfoot leaves, dense floral structure, white sheen of resin, and indica stone, OG Kush Breath also has a definitively pungent skunky bouquet with hints of cookie dough and winter pastries. Many representations of the OGKB will be seen in the Bandit Breath.
While distinct in every way, the OGKB can be slow-growing, low-yielding, and has a reputation for mutations and abnormal vegetative growth.
However, the it breeds exceptionally well, dropping much of her undesirability in the Bandit Breath and taking on the more favorable genes of the pollen donor. Notable descendants of the OGKB include Mendo Breath, Grateful Breath, GSC, Cherry Pie, Sherbert, Gelato, and finally Bandit Breath.
In this case, pollinated by the Greenpoint Stardawg male, the results are fantastic. Our legendary male transforms the OGKB into the superhero plant it wishes it could be. In Bandit Breath the insane trichome production is retained while vigor, yield, and aroma are all dramatically improved on. The it aroma is made more complex and intensified, adding nose-crinkling industiral chemical aromas. Pathetically-small yields of OG Kush Breath are made respectable from the Stardawg. Compared to the original Stardawg, progeny will be more richly-colored, have higher resin production, increased floral density, and the aroma will be more varied. Some phenotypes will have better potency and a more intense effect as well. This is really a match made in heaven, and phenotypes that are superior in every way to the original OGKB clone are to be expected.
Be prepared to discover the next new elite clone in these seeds! Want more Cookies strains? Try Eagle Scout!
Bandit Breath (OGKB seeds)genetic makeup:
OGKB (Girl Scout Cookies) – 50%
Chem 4 – 25%
Chem D – 22%
Affy – 03%
Grow credits: Ganja Shaman Farms (2017)
Photo credits: @anthony.louis.lorenz (2017)