All About Head Cheese Weed Strain
The cerebral high and piquant taste of Head Cheese cannabis has won it lots of fans. The strain is Sativa leaned and is known to get its genetics from Headband 707 and UK Cheese. THC levels range from 20-24%.
The parent strains’ aroma lineage made this weed sharply cheesy, pungent, skunky in fragrance with the floral hints that make the combination more balanced. Users also admit cheese and citrus taste on the exhale.
Though Head Cheese strain is 65/35 Sativa based, it is rather sedative than cerebral. Medical users love it for its ability to treat such conditions as pains, aches, migraines, inflammation, headaches, and nausea. It is a good solution for people struggling with appetite loss and concentration disorders. The euphoric state brought by this weed alleviates depression and stress.
For recreational purposes, users consume it to unwind after a rough day or focus on some thinking process. Head Cheese weed offers a high that is often described as calm, relaxing, introspective, and creative. Users admit that surroundings perception changes and they can feel music and art much sharper and generally see it in another way. As the high wears on couch locking effects may come and put smokers into relaxing drowsiness.
Great for intermediate growers, the seeds are commercially available. Head Cheese plants thrive after 9-10 weeks.