All About Cheese Cannabis Strain
Cheese strain is mostly an evenly balanced Sativa+Indica hybrid that got its name for pungent aroma. It is said that this weed is a child strain of Skunk #1 that lately was improved by breeders from Big Buddha Seeds. It takes roots from Afghanistan, Mexico, and Columbia. Cheese marijuana strain works best for seasoned smokers during the day. Its THC content range from 13% to 16% while CBD ratio takes 0.75-1.1% on average.
Strain Taste and Aroma
This marijuana tastes delicious in some way with a horrendous smell at the same time. Containing a variable terpene profile that includes limonene, linalool, carene, camphene, and phellandrene, the Cheese strain provides spicy, sweet, savory, and herbal flavor. As reviewed, its smell represents a blend of fruity notes along with a sharp foul scent similar to an animal’s barn.
This strain is not for the faint of hearts, however, experienced recreational users enjoy Cheese weed’s effects that can be detected from the first toke. It usually delivers a blissful and relaxed high. Its influence starts from body tingling that delivers a pleasant full relaxation. Some report feeling of increased happiness and energy. Putting consumers into a euphoric and peaceful state Cheese strain can be a good addition to having fun with friends, housework, craft, watching TV or walking.
Moreover, those suffering from different conditions can use it for medical purposes. Thanks to its Sativa qualities, Cheese marijuana is popular for relieving mood and physical disorders such as anxiety, depression, and pain while restoring appetite. It also works against symptoms of ADD/ADHD, glaucoma, and hypertension.
Common strain side effects reported by users include dizziness, paranoia, anxiety, bloodshot eyes, and cottonmouth.
Cheese plants are friendly for first-time growers. It can be cultivated indoors and outdoors. Flowering time is about four to six weeks. This wax can grow in areas with fluctuations in humidity.
What is the genetics of Cheese strain?
The Cheese strain is made up of 14% THC and 1% CBD. It comprises traits and characteristics of the Afghani Indica, Mexico Sativa, and the Columbia Sativa.
How many Cheese strains are there?
There are a total of 247 Cheese strains in the world.
Where did Cheese strain come from?
The Cheese strains have mysterious origins and it is believed to have originated in the 1980s. It was created by a cultivator who hailed from California and settled down in the Netherlands to grow them.