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original cheese marijuana seeds

Original Cheese is a result of the UK’s underground cannabis scene, which took place in the 1980s. This strain comes from London and has since spread its wings worldwide. Original Cheese has not been hybridized with other strains; it has been inbred to retain the original Cheese essence, hence its name. It’s a 50% indica and 50% sativa hybrid, inducing relaxing and cerebral sensations.

After 56 days of flowering, the buds are ready to be cropped. At this point, flowers will have developed medium THC levels. Indoor growers receive around 400-500g/m² of buds, while outdoors, one can expect about 600g/plant. When cured correctly, the buds exude strong cheesy and skunky aromas and flavors.

Original Cheese: When Cheese Genetics Remain Intact

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ALL “Cheese” Seeds

If you are a fan of cheesy skunk then look no further. We have compiled, what we think, are the best cheese seed varieties available today, all on one easy to use page. All you have to do is scroll down our stunning cheese seed collection to choose the cannabis you want to be growing. Find the full collection of well known Cheese cannabis seeds from Dinafem, Barneys Farm and Sweet Seeds on this page, or check out some of the lesser known varieties, such as the special Amsterdam Cheese from Kera Seeds. One of the UK's favourite cannabis varieties since it's introduction in the late 1980's with it's origins most likely descending from Skunk #1 bred by Sensi Seeds. Over recent years, The Big Buddha Seeds, the breeder known for their cheese crosses has registered Cheese as a brand name and so most other breeders have had to change the name of their strains to something else, with most opting for a cheese related name like Stilton, Cheddar or Mozzarella. Whilst others have kept to more traditional methods of naming and have cited the genetics, like Afghan Skunk for example. Lovers of smelly weed will find the aromatic products on this page absolutely mouth watering but odour control should also be considered to keep these stinkers from prying noses and your privacy intact. is not responsible for the misuse or illegal use according to the law of each country regarding the traded products. Our online store complies with UK law.

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