Oreo by 3rd Coast Genetics flowers in about 65 days, and the breeder recommends that you keep this one indoors. The plant grows in vibrant purple and green hues, covered in amber pistils and a heavy coat of thick trichomes. Even in the ground, Oreo gives off a pleasantly earthy, gassy scent. If you have a stress problem to treat, it could definitely become your secret weapon.
High potency and relaxation-promoting terpenes round Oreo out into any Indica-lover’s new favorite strain. This thing careens into your brain with hours-long, high-flying feelings of serenity and happiness. If you have racing, negative work-week thoughts, Oreo is an absolute dream. It takes them, dips them in the milk of not giving a flip, and feeds your own childhood back to your brain. Your happiness will expand and cultivate feelings of calm, making anyone around you happier too.
Oreo uplifts and relaxes, while also making you hungry for snacks. It’s great for low-key gatherings of friends who want to relax and destroy their stress. But we recommend it for late-night users who are alone as well, especially if they suffer from chronic issues related to nausea or a loss of appetite. Oreo is a dessert-flavored treatment for common gastrointestinal sickness and can help anyone lift their spirits (and appetite) back off the floor. It’s so calming that even insomniacs will want to take a bite to catch a bit of much-deserved shut-eye.
The combination of cerebral calm and physical lightness makes Oreo a fan favorite. Users love the THC and growers love the resinous, trichome-soaked buds for making high-quality concentrates. Colorado users love the tingly, sleep and creativity-inducing sensations of using Oreo, especially while watching TV, visiting the spa, fishing, working on creative hobbies, or doing basically nothing at all. All are equally applicable uses of a delicious snack of Oreo.