Cookie Dough Hash’s high very quickly, smacking users with a sudden pressure around the eyes and temples. As they adjust to this new physical sensation, smokers will notice that their thoughts have taken on an amplified cerebral dimension — for some, these effects may lead to an unsettling feeling of mindrace. In the right set and setting though, smokers can adjust to this altered perception in time and can coast through the high’s psychedelic edge. Somewhat too potent to allow smokers to accomplish work or errands, Cookie Dough is better for boisterous social enjoyment.
Its strong, euphoric buzz can bring about free-flowing conversation as well as fits of the giggles. For a more solo vibe, enjoy this bud with a trippy movie or some mellow, atmospheric music. As the high wears on, Cookie Dough’s indica side emerges, weighing down limbs and eyelids with a weighty, contented relaxation. Ultimately, this strain is more appropriate for daytime or late afternoon use, as the fast-paced effect associated with its onset may be too intense for nighttime.
Cookie Dough also has several uses for medical cannabis patients. Its ability to elevate mood can temporarily relieve the difficult symptoms of mild to moderate stress and depression. To a lesser degree, the strain may also soothe aches and pains, both temporary and chronic. Some anti-inflammatory effects can also take care of everyday irritations like headaches and nausea. Because its cerebral effects can be particularly strong, Cookie Dough is not recommended for patients who are prone to panic and anxiety or who have a low tolerance for THC.