Do Si Dos Strain Review

Do-Si-Dos, or “dosidos,” is an indica dominant hybrid strain known for its similarity to its parent strain, the well-known Girl Scout Cookies strain (GSC). This 70/30 indica dominant hybrid balances sativa and indica properties so that you’ll feel both ecstatic and calm at the same time.

Sativa/Indica % Indoor Yield Outdoor Yield Flowering Period
30% / 70% Unknown Unknown 8 – 9 weeks indoors, late September to early October outdoors.

The do si dos strain goes by many names. You may also see it called Girl Scout Cookies Do Si Dos, Peanut Butter strain, Dosey Do, Cookie Face, and Raspberry Cookies strain. There’s even a Cherry Do Si Dos strain.

The Do Si Dos cannabis plant is
quite beautiful to look at.  It features bright
pistils, glistening trichomes, and a mix of lavender and lime green leaves. Do Si Dos is packed full of flavor
and has potent effects, which should be expected based on its origins. These
qualities are thanks to its unique OG Kush heritage – a potent, mind-altering
strain called Face-Off OG with Girl Scout Cookies.

You can tell just how potent the do si dos weed strain is by either looking at its trichomes or taking in its undeniable smell. Generally, this strain will have about 13-24% THC with some more potent versions testing at 30% (the highest possible THC percentage available in buds).

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Information about Do Si Dos:

ORIGIN Girl Scout Cookies X Face Off OG
EFFECTS Calming, relaxing, creativity-inducing
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) Dry eyes and dry mouth, dizziness, headaches, and paranoia
FRAGRANCE Mint, pine, lime, skunky diesel, fruity
FLAVORS Mint, pine, lime, skunky diesel, fruity
MEDICAL Depression, stress, pain insomnia
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS late September to early October
THC CONTENT % 13-24%
CBD % < 1%
INDICA / SATIVA % 70% / 30%
CLIMATE Sunny and somewhat humid environment


Do Si Dos Strain Effects

Do Si Dos is a calming strain with a
creative high. People who consume typically experience a relaxing body high and
moderately stimulating, deeply meditative cerebral high. It’s perfectly crafted
to be delicious and potent. Some varieties can have really high THC levels, so
this may not be the best strain for beginners.

As an indica dominant hybrid, most people will primarily experience relaxation. However, the do si dos weed strain is also well known for its happy vibes and stress-distancing effects. For most people, this is best experienced as an evening strain. This is because the relaxation effects are powerful, causing most people to gently drift off to sleep with a smile on their face.


The combination of OG Kush and Girl Scout Cookies bless this indica dominant strain with wonderful aromas of mint, pine, and lime. At first, the do si dos strain smells really sweet with noticeable fruity notes. Then, when smoked, the aromas turn into a skunky diesel smell, revealing its indica heritage.


This strain delivers a sweet, yet
spicy and earthy taste to the tongue as it carries you into a euphoric relaxing
high. The taste starts off very similar to Girl Scout Cookies, but, like the
aroma, it morphs into a sort of skunky diesel-like taste afterward.

Adverse reactions

While the effects may vary depending on your preferences and tolerances, you may experience a negative effect with Do Si Dos. Much of this is because the do si dos strain can be very potent and cause inexperienced users to feel overwhelmed. These symptoms may include dizziness, headaches, and paranoia. If this happens, sipping warm drinks, taking a cold shower, or lying down can help.

Like many marijuana strains, this
hybrid can cause dry eyes and dry mouth.


Dosidos is an ideal strain for
therapeutic use. The sativa-derived “happy head high” is perfect for combatting
symptoms of depression and stress. Many people also use this strain for pain

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Perhaps the most popular therapeutic use for the do si dos strain is relaxation. The dominant indica qualities make this hybrid a good choice for relieving both mental and physical stress. Users enjoy a warm cozy feeling throughout their entire body, combined with a gentle euphoria.

For those battling insomnia, this is
just what they need to relax into a night of rest without stress or pain. This
strain can also make your hungry, which is great for those suffering from a
lack of appetite.

For those who avoid smoking or vaping, Do Si Dos is an excellent strain for making marijuana edibles and oils.


Growing the Do Si Dos Strain

Do Si Dos plants grow similar to Girl Scout Cookies plants, but they tend to grow a little taller. Most growers will want to keep them indoors in a well-prepared grow room because this strain prefers a sunny and somewhat humid environment. If growing the do si dos weed strain outdoors, make sure the temperatures remain in the 70s or low 80s with moderate levels of humidity throughout the entire summer. Cold nighttime temperatures will help expose the full color range of this plant.

You’ll also want plenty of smell
control, such as an exhaust fan and carbon air filters, because these plants
give off a strong smell, even while growing.

Although quite potent, Do Si Dos
plants aren’t big producers. You can expect an average yield.  However, advanced techniques such as the
Screen of Green or Sea of Green grow method can help improve results.

Flowering time


Do Si Dos takes about 8-9 weeks to flower.


Do Si Dos is ready to harvest late September to early October.


  1. Face Off OG
  2. Girl Scout Cookies

FAQ About the Do Si Dos Strain

When is the flowering time for the Do Si Dos strain?

For a healthy Do Si Dos cannabis plant, the flowering time takes 8 – 9 weeks indoors, and it is ready for harvest late September to early October outdoors.

How much THC does Do Si Dos have?

From 13% up to 24% THC.

What are the origins of the Do Si Dos strain?

Do Si Dos was created from a cross of the famous Girl Scout Cookies strain, and the Face Off OG strain.

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