Scouts Honor Strain

This is a real beauty of a strain, with a delicious sweet taste and aroma.

It does more than merely relax you. With it’s incredibly high level of THC (AKA Tetrahydrocannabinol) you will be left feeling nothing short of euphoric!

In this article, we’re going to be talking about the strains’ history, including its genetics and origin, and it’s appearance, taste, and aroma. We will also be talking about the presence of cannabinoids and terpenes within, and about its various side effects and medical benefits.

This is then followed by a quick review, before we go on to talk about growing information, such as yield, seeds, and flowering time. Then, we’ll wrap up with a brief conclusion.

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Strain History

This very powerful cannabis strain is a hybrid plant created by one Bert Baccarat, and is produced by Los Angeles Kush.


The scout’s honor cannabis strain is basically a cross between OG Kush Breath (AKA OGKB for short), and OG Kush.

It is an indica dominant hybrid, specifically 70% indica and 30% sativa.


The scouts honor cannabis strain does not occur naturally, and was created artificially by Bert Baccarat. It is grown and sold by Los Angeles Kush. You can purchase the seeds to grow this strain online.

Strain Appearance

The scout’s honor cannabis strain grows to a medium height, and features many dense and resinous neon green buds, with bright orange hairs, along with a generous dusting of small and golden crystal trichomes. You may also spot some sporadic purple foliage on it too.

Strain Flavor

Besides the great psychological effects of the scout’s honor cannabis strain, one of the great plus points of this particular breed is its flavor and aroma…

The scout’s honor cannabis strain is a little savory and earthy, but at the same time it’s also very sweet. There’s a kind of doughy sweetness that really lingers on the exhale, and that in itself is enough to give you the munchies.

Some users also report a kind of flowery flavor, and others have reported a woody undertone.

Strain Aroma

Although the initial scent of the scout’s honor cannabis strain is rather pungent, once this aroma disperses you’re left with a gorgeous dough-like sweetness.

The aroma and taste produced by the scout’s honor cannabis strain is due to its included terpenes, which we will be covering very shortly.

Strain Cannabinoids

For those who don’t already know, cannabinoids are the name given to compounds found in cannabis plants that will bind to cannabinoid receptors on nerve cells in the brain.

These cannabinoid compounds can be either psychoactive or non-psychoactive. If a cannabinoid is psychoactive, this means that it will have an effect on the mind.

There are just two cannabinoids present in the Knockout cannabis strain. More specifically, there is typically at least 23 percent of THC (AKA Tetrahydrocannabinol). For those who don’t already know, this is a particularly high proportion.

THC is known to be a highly psychoactive cannabinoid, which explains why those who receive the high dose found in the Knockout cannabis strain are in for quite the potent high.

There have also been reports of finding as much as 32 percent of THC in there!

The second cannabinoid present in the Knockout cannabis strain is CBG (Cannabigerol). But there’s only 1 percent present, and this cannabinoid is not psychoactive.

Strain Terpenes

For those who don’t already know, it is the terpenes that are present within the plant that are responsible for both its flavor and aroma. And to an extent, this can influence the nature of your high.

The most dominant terpene present in the scout’s honor strain is caryophyllene. It has a mix of identifiable scents, including the likes of pepper, spice, and diesel. It may cause your nose to tingle when you breathe it in.

The caryophyllene terpene is also found in cloves and in cinnamon, and it has been known to aid relaxation and provide relief for anxiety.

Another terpene present in the scout’s honor strain is myrcene. Myrcene is one of the more common terpenes found in cannabis plants, and it is known to give off a herbal and peppery aroma.

There’s also a third terpene present in the scout’s honor cannabis strain, known as limonene. As you may have guessed from the name, this terpene gives off a citrus taste and aroma.

It is thought that the sweet, dough-like taste and aroma that you get from this strain comes from the limonene terpene.

Strain Side Effects

Unfortunately, as you may have imagined with it having such a level of psychoactive cannabinoid THC present, the scout’s honor cannabis strain does feature some negative side effects…

For example, about 70 percent of users have reported feeling dizzy, feeling anxious, and have trouble sleeping.

Paradoxically, however, despite so many users experiencing trouble sleeping, almost a third of users have reported the strain making them feel sleepy.

Meanwhile, nearly 100 percent of users have reported a dry mouth after using. But this is a very common feature across many cannabis strains.

Medical Benefits

We are pleased to report, however, that several medical benefits have been brought to our attention…

The predominant medical benefits derived from the scout’s honor cannabis strain are psychological ones. This should not be surprising, given the extremely high level of the psychoactive cannabinoid THC (AKA Tetrahydrocannabinol).

More specifically, it has been found to be very effective at treating depression, and at reducing the user’s stress levels. Besides, how can you possibly feel down or on edge, when the smoke is making you feel relaxed and euphoric.

The scout’s honor cannabis strain has also proved to be very effective at treating a lack of appetite.

And finally, it has also been reported that the scout’s honor can reduce cramps.

However, only 57% of users have reported this. So it’s pain relieving properties can be considered minor, and it is not recommended for treating chronic or debilitating pain.

Strain Review

The High

The scout’s honor cannabis strain is quite the heavy hitter, which is not at all surprising, given it’s incredibly high psychoactive cannabinoid THC levels, which can sometimes be as much as a whopping 32 percent.

The buzz will creep up on you slowly but surely, gradually building as your body relaxes to a point where you’re practically melded with the couch.

As your physical state begins to settle, the psychological buzz will really start to kick in.

Although you can expect to feel very relaxed, at the same time you will begin to feel euphoric, creative, and imaginative. All without affecting your overall energy levels.

You can also expect to feel quite peckish, so if you’re indulging, you would be well advised to keep some snacks handy, so that you don’t have to leave the couch to get them, and you can just sit back, relax, and enjoy the high.

And remember, if you do start to detect unpleasant side effects, just stop and patiently wait for these adverse side effects to pass.

Growing The Strain

To be perfectly honest with you, the scout’s honor strain can be moderately difficult to grow. Moreover, it takes longer than most other strains to flower (specifically 9 to 10 weeks) and has to be grown outdoors in a warm and sunny climate.

So depending on where you are based, you may have difficulty growing it, and we don’t recommend this breed to novice growers with little practical experience.

The scout’s honor cannabis strain is moderately difficult to grow, and as such, we don’t really recommend it for beginners to cannabis growing.

Strain Grow Info

Growing the scout’s honor cannabis plant indoors can be somewhat tricky, so if your country/state allows, it’s best to grow this strain outdoors. It does require a warm and sunny climate, however.

Strain Seeds

Scout’s honor cannabis seeds are readily available online. They are produced by Los Angeles Kush, but are available from several different retailers.

Strain Flowering Time

The scout’s honor cannabis strain takes a relatively long time to flower, coming in at a lengthy 9 to 10 weeks all in all.

Strain Yield

We can confirm that growing the scout’s honor strain produces a moderate yield, however we don’t have an exact figure for grams per square foot.

Wrap Up

So, thanks to the incredibly high THC (AKA Tetrahydrocannabinol) levels present in the scout’s honor cannabis strain, anyone who partakes of it will be guaranteed a great high.

Not only can it relieve stress and depression, but it can leave you feeling nothing short of euphoric.

The special features of this particular strain include it’s notably dough-like sweet undertones in both the taste and the aroma. You’re also going to love just how well the scout’s honor cannabis strain can boost your imagination and creativity.

It’s not without its adverse side effects, however, so we recommend treating it with caution.

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