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Royal Cookies Feminized seeds

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Royal Cookies packs a punch of blissful highs from the first toke.

Potency: Extremely Strong πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

High yield.

Flowering time is 8-9 weeks.

Beginner grower.

Earthy, Spicy,
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Royal Cookies combines a variety of potent strains straight from California, Forum Cookies S1 and Forum Cookies S1.

It gives a mellow body stone with just enough cerebral stimulus.

Royal cookies are a great mood booster leaving you chatty and in good spirits.

It has high sedating properties that hit harder than you can imagine.

Royal Cookies has appealing nugs with bright orange hairs, amber undertones, and golden sticky crystals.


Flavors of the Royal Cookies Feminized seeds


Royal Cookies have sweet, earthy, and spicy flavors.


Effects of the Royal Cookies Feminized seeds


Royal Cookies’ profound effects are sociable, euphoric, uplifting, happy, and cerebral.

The adverse reactions are dry mouth and eyes, dizziness, and headaches.

Royal Cookies Feminized Seeds Grow Tips


Royal Cookies is an easy strain to grow. It can be grown indoors, outdoors, and in greenhouses.

In the outdoors, it grows best in temperate, warm climates. The harvest outdoors is in mid-October.

With the right conditions, you will get the best produce at harvest β€”dense buds with thick, frosty trichomes.

The plant outdoors grows to a height of 140-180cm with a yield of 18 ounces per plant.

The flowering time indoors is 8-9 weeks, with an average yield of 18 ounces per square meter. The plant indoors grows to a height of 80-110 cm.


Uses of Royal Cookies


Royal Cookies pot users believe it is intensely relaxing, leading to a good night’s sleep.

Others use it to help reduce nausea and pain and increase appetite.


Best time of the day to use


Because of its profound relaxation effects, Royal Cookies weed is better consumed at night.

Disclaimer: This is not medical advice; seek professional counsel from qualified medical marijuana personnel.

Germinating Royal Cookies Seeds


Germinating seeds shouldn’t be a nightmare; we keep it simple with our favorite germination method.


Learn the best way to germinate your seeds with our exclusive Step-by-Step Germination Guide.


Popular Questions about Royal Cookies seeds


Are Royal Cookies seeds feminized?


Yes, our Royal Cookies seeds are feminized


Are Royal Cookies seeds Autoflower?


No, Royal Cookies seeds are not autoflower; they are Photoperiods.


When do Royal Cookies seeds flower?


Your seeds will flower in around 8-9 weeks. You should, however, remember that photoperiods will often flower based on how much light you expose to the plants. So the fewer the hours your seeds get exposed to, the sooner they bloom.


Can a beginner grow Royal Cookies seeds?


Although all our Royal Cookies seeds are beginner friendly, we recommend them for growers with Photoperiod growing experience.


How long will it take for Royal Cookies seeds to germinate?


If you follow our germination guide, your Royal Cookies seeds will germinate in 1 – 5 days.


How long does it take for Royal Cookies seeds to go from seed to harvest?


Depending on your grow conditions and light schedules, you should be ready to harvest in 10 – 16 weeks.

Additional information

Strain Type

Indica, Sativa

Seed Gender


Flowering Time

8 – 9 Weeks


Earthy, Spicy, Sweet


Low CBD 0-1%




Temperate, Warm

Grower Experience

Experienced, Intermediate

Flowering Type



Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors


Extremely Strong πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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  1. sprouted and getting 3rd leaves

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