Named for its sharply sour scent, Cheese is a predominantly indica hybrid
from the U.K. That has achieved widespread popularity for its unique taste profile and consistent power. With origins that stretch back to the late 1980s, Cheese is mentioned to descend from a Skunk #1
phenotype whose pungent odor made it be noticeable. Breeders like Big Buddha Seeds later introduced Afghani
indica dna to increase Cheese's trichome production and harvests. The resulting hybrid is currently well-known for its relaxed, happy effects that gently ease you into a blissful state of mind.
When to Harvest Cheese ‐ Flowering Time
Cheese can flower in as little as 6 weeks, much faster than many other marijuana strains. The Cheese strain is a larger plant and will typically grow over 78 inches tall! The Cheese strain offers an typical yield between 1 and 3 oz per square foot, on average.
When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the Cheese strain is best described as Cheese, Skunk, and Pungent.
Cheese Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects
99.6% of users reported feeling relaxed.
77.57% of users reported feeling happier.
68.72% of users reported feeling uplifted.
46.19% of users reported feeling giggly.
47.99% of users reported feelings of happiness.
68.12% of users felt uplifted after consumption.
99.43% of users noticed a reduction in pain.
70.03% of users reported reduced stress.
99.71% of users reported a dry mouth.
65.21% of users reported dry eyes.
44.22% of users reported trouble sleeping.
42.12% of users reported reduced inflammation.
33.88% of users reported feeling dizziness.
5.42% of users reported headaches.
Buying Cheese Seeds - Which Breeder to Choose
Not all Cheese Seeds are made equal, and the genetics can depend heavily on the breeder. Below you can find a list of available breeders of Cheese seeds to help identify which is the best for you.
Ancestry and DNA - Children of the Cheese Strain
Below you can find a list of strains which were bred from Cheese in an attempt to leverge it's medicinal properties and growing attributes.