Three famed varieties were merged into one with this sativa-indica hybrid: OG Kush, Cherry Kush, and Durban Poison. The exact proportion of sativa to indica is unclear, as A2 Cookies is a rare selection on American medical markets, but the effects suggest it's mostly indica. There is a similar lack of data on THC levels, overall strength, or CBD contents. It's probably safe to assume this strain is relatively potent, given its impressive parentage. But without more information on CBD, this strain shouldn't be used as the sole treatment option for seizure disorders. The high tends to be mostly physical, with relaxation, sleepiness, and strong couch-lock effects. That makes this a good strain for relieving insomnia and anxiety, though it may also help with depression. The flavor is minty and sweet, while A2 Cookies smells like mint. The nugs are small and dense, with lime green coloring, orange hairs, and a dusting of white trichome crystals. There's little public information on side effects, but red eyes and dry mouth are probably the most common. A2 Cookies is a definite rarity, and it doesn't sell well anywhere in the United States, though it can be found at a handful of medical marijuana dispensaries in California.