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cheese weed seeds

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Cheese produces a very pleasant effect, both potent but balanced, that starts with a nice cerebral stimulation and ends up with a physically relaxing sensation. With rather respectable THC levels between 9 % and 14 %, she makes a great choice for those who want to unwind for a while. You won’t be able to forget her!

* 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 turns into thick and branchy marijuana plants with thin and elongated leaves. Always looking radiant, this cannabis goddess produces numerous large, elongated and sticky buds with a very peculiar dark-green colour.

MEDICAL BENEFITS: The strain retains the mood-elevating qualities of a Sativa and is often used by people dealing with stress and anxiety disorders. The massive body melt provides relief from chronic aches and pains. Many find it useful for the treatment of insomnia. Cheese is also often used by people who need to increase appetite. Medical marijuana practitioners recommend it for depression Muscle spasms, dysphoria, panic, bipolar, PTSD and ADHD too.

THC: Cheese strain has a THC content that ranges between 15% and 21% which makes it a potent strain. First-timers should avoid it until they are more familiar with strains and their effects.

HARVESTING: Cheese strains are natural growing, can make up to 2 meters in height both indoors and outdoors. When given enough light and room to flourish it can yields up to 1-3oz/ft2. Cheese strains are resilient and flower over a period of around 8–9 weeks. This strain can handle fluctuations in humidity, but make sure the temperature stays between 21–26°C and 70–80°F.

FLAVOUR: Cheese reportedly tastes and smells like sharp cheddar. It has an addictive cheesy flavour. Most of the consumers who are cheese lovers too can have this cannabis as a bang on their taste buds.

EFFECTS: Despite being Indica-dominant, the strain is said to hit hard and fast. Users’ first experience of increased happiness and waves of euphoria is followed by a powerful body-numbing high that leads to increased appetite. A few users report feeling more creative than lazy or tired, but the sedating Indica effect is likely to be the most powerful, resulting in a couch-lock. Facts can be summarised as relaxing, euphoric, uplift focused. Good for pain relief, sense of peace and insomnia as well.

SIDE EFFECTS: Side effects include cotton mouth and bloodshot eyes. Some users report paranoia, dizziness, and increased anxiety. Rare side effects include dry eyes, sedation and headache.

Named for its sharply sour aroma, Cheese is an Indica-dominant hybrid from the U.K. comprises of 80% Indica and 20% Sativa that has achieved widespread popularity for its unique flavour and consistent potency.

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Cheese is a happy, deeply relaxing strain which can also be used to treat stress, pain and depression melting cares away. It grows well both indoors and outdoors although outdoors it performs better in warm climates. Flowering takes about 9 weeks indoors or into October outdoors in the northern hemisphere. Say Cheese and see exactly what everyone’s been talking about.

In 2007, we launched the Seedsman Feminised cannabis seeds range, which was put together from strains created by breeders we had befriended in previous years. We have kept the number of strains to a minimum so that we can maintain the highest quality possible. Each strain offers a unique taste, and importantly, growth characteristics which display each strain’s individual genetic make-up.

As well as mass hybrid cannabis strains with mass market appeal, we are also very keen to maintain high quality landrace strains, as we see these as the fundamental genetics in cannabis evolution.