All About Exodus Cheese Marijuana Strain
Exodus Cheese strain is also known as U.K Cheese. This hybrid has a satisfying mellow high. The THC levels range between 10-18% and has well-balanced effects. The buds are large and fluffy with a cylindrical shape. They give off a powerful tangy odor like old blue cheese. On breaking they release an earthy smell. The terpene found in this strain is terpinolene.
The Exodus Cheese strain causes tingle around the eyes and temples. It has quick-acting euphoric effects and an uplift in mood. This weed is great for unwinding and socializing with like-minded friends. It offers relief for conditions like stress, depression, chronic pain and mild aches. The plant has strong lateral branching requiring more space when grown indoors.
What is lineage of Exodus Cheese strain?
Also known as UK Cheese, the history of the Exodus Cheese has never truly been told. It is a hybrid that manages to create a balanced mix of both sativa and Indica components. The THC content is relatively low, varying from 10% to 18%. One of the parents of this is believed to be Skunk #1. The effects are not too strong but very different from those of other strains. It relaxes the user and it is not used for medical reasons.
What is Exodus Cheese history?
Even if the name can vary from Cheese to UK Cheese or Exodus Cheese, the strain is the same. Born in England, a lot of speculations appeared about the original breeder. This is one of the most popular weeds in the United Kingdom and, even if the original strain is still on the market, many users buy it from breeders who have used it to create their own culture.
When to harvest Exodus Cheese?
It is best to grow and harvest this strain from clones. We recommend getting and planting clippings from a healthy plant. Due to the fact that the rooting process of the UK Cheese takes longer, this will cut the time. It is not hard to grow and even first-timers can cultivate it successfully. It is versatile as it can grow in both soil or hydroponics and doesn’t require any special treatment. It takes up to 9 weeks to flower but it doesn’t need temperature regulators or feeding processes. Every plant gives off around 900 grams of final product.