Of all the cannabis strains, the Cheese strain is perhaps the strangest. It is an Indica-dominant hybrid originally bred in the UK, which owes its name to its distinctive aroma and flavor leaning towards that of cheese. Despite the seeming weirdness that a cannabis strain could be named and taste like cheese, it’s one of the most popular strains, boasting a stellar reputation.
Cheese CBD cannabis is a cross between a high potency CBD strain and the Cheese strain, displaying a genetic balance of 50% indica genetics and 50% sativa. This cannabis strain offers a THC:CBD ratio leaning in favor of CBD, but there is also a low to medium concentration of THC. This makes this marijuana an ideal choice for users looking for the medicinal aspect. Cheese CBD is suitable for both indoors and outdoors. Indoor plants have a flowering time of around 50-60 days and a yield of around 500g/m². Outdoor plants are ready to harvest in October and provide a massive yield of 1kg per plant.
|Genetics||Indica dominant hybrid|
|Origin||Auto CBD, Cheese XXL|
As an indica-dominant hybrid, CBD Cheese’s appearance is distinctly indica, with its cluster bud and the plant’s tendency to grow sideways when properly pruned. You can expect relatively unique coloration when the bud is dried properly, but overall you can expect a fairly even looking bud.
Taste and Aroma
Taste: Cheddar, Chutney, Hazelnut
Aroma: Cheese, Hazelnut, Smoky
Thanks to its strong indica genetics, CBD Cheese cannabis strain can be confidently treated as an indica in cultivation techniques. This strain of cannabis can have a tendency to grow rather weakly, due to the propensity of the branches to grow on their own – to combat this, try tying the stems of this strain to a trellis as it grows. growth, making sure it grows logically and steadily.
By far the most useful therapeutic effect of CBD Cheese is in the treatment of stress. Thanks to its excellent relaxing properties, CBD Cheese is a great way to help get rid of everyday pressures and tensions.