Cheese is awesome for both recreational and medical users. From light use leaving the smoker calm and elevated, to heavy use lulling the user to sleep, this strain supports a variety of conditions. This also happens to be a sturdy and high yielding plant making it a favorite amidst growers as well! All around, most would agree this is a great strain to have in your home growing repertoire.
These trichome-rich flowers with beautiful honey-blonde pistils emerge ready to harvest after 8 or 9 weeks of flowering. These large and mighty flowers are worth the wait!
This stinky strain is best used in the late afternoon or evening. Cheese Fem strain seeds are great for people with fast-paced lifestyles who are looking for a way to wind down at the end of a busy day. Known and made popular for its destressing abilities, this is a great option for bringing some peace at the end of a long, hard day. The uplifting cerebral effects kick in almost immediately after smoking the first few puffs. Feel the soothing stone melt through your neck and into the rest of your body helping tension slip away and full relaxation to take hold. While this is a sedating strain, it takes roughly five hours for the full knock-out effects to take place. Make sure to start a while before bedtime to ensure this creamy smoke carries you into deep sleep. This is a potent and heavy strain, so make sure to take little hits to keep from getting a scratchy throat or having coughing fits!
Cheese shows its power in its structure. In optimal, outdoor conditions, these plants can reach an impressive 8 feet! Their long, sturdy branches can support their yield with ease which means the grower does not need to concern themselves with wire or other supports. The height and breadth of these plants allow plenty of space for an abundance of flowers to flourish without much effort making this a great option for an easy and plentiful growing journey! The ‘fem’ part of the name refers to these seeds being feminized. This means they have two X-chromosomes and will only produce female plants. Female plants are the ones responsible for the dank, dense buds that we use for smoking, eating, and turning into creams and salves. By weeding out the potential for male plants, you are guaranteed an abundant harvest! These babies do best in soil coupled with a Screen of Green technique. Screen of green is similar to Sea of Green in that you force the plants to flower young, but you place chicken wire over the heads to help control their growth.
There are a few other strain options that are similar to Cheese with slightly varied compositions and effects. Exodus Cheese fem is a balanced hybrid sitting at 50% sativa and 50% indica. Offering the same sort of effects and high yields, this is a great substitute minus the fact that it is a bit tricky to grow. You could also Original Cheese. This easy to grow, cheesy flavored hybrid, produces resin rich buds great for a balanced cerebral and body stone. If you are looking for a CBD strain, try CBD Fruit Cheese fem. This tasty combination of cheese, grapefruit and a CBD dominant strain makes for a beautiful, balanced, and relaxing high. The lower THC content makes this a more gentle and mellow option. Another therapeutic option is the Auto Cheese CBD Fem seeds, known for deep relaxation but also supportive of seizure disorders, inflammation and anxiety. One last option if you are looking for something a little less sleepy is the sativa dominant Cheese Diesel fem. In need of some creative stimulation? Take a few puffs of this beast and dive into your art!
* Cannabinoid content (THC, CBD…) may vary depending on external factors such as the growth medium, the grower’s experience, the growing technique (SOG, SCROG…), the environmental conditions and genetic variation.
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Cheese grows very fast (50-60 days) and very strong, so cultivating her is very easy, even for inexperienced cannabis growers. Despite responding well to all growing methods, she’s proved to thrive in SCROG. Outdoors, she loves being grown in temperate/Mediterranean climates or in greenhouses, and, by early/mid-October, she’ll be ready for harvest. It’s very important to remember that anti-odour filters are likely to be necessary if we want to neutralize her strong aroma and prevent nosy neighbours from becoming suspicious.
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