Cheese Seeds Feminized
- 60% Indica 40% Sativa
- THC levels up to 14%
- Great for indoors and warm climates
- Strong smelling stress reliever
- Feminized seeds for guaranteed results
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Feminized seeds flower and grow weed when they receive less than 12 hours of light per day. Harvest outdoors in fall, or indoors after 15-20 weeks. Professional growers use these.
Autoflower seeds grow small, easy-growing plants that you can harvest in 10 weeks. Great for new growers, small spaces, or multiple harvests per season!
How To Germinate
Germination is guaranteed when you soak the seeds in water up to 72 hours in darkness. When it shows a tail, put it in loose soil with fertilizer. Keep it light and damp and a seedling will appear!
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Cheese Feminized Marijuana Seeds
The Cheese strain is a feminized hybrid from the U.K. This indica-dominant cannabis delivers consistent potency and a distinct, musky flavor. As a direct descendant of the hybrid Skunk #1, its aroma is quite pungent. When cultivated properly, Cheese marijuana seeds yield high amounts of herb with average THC levels of 14%.
Looking for a smaller version? See our Cheese autoflower seeds.
|Plant type||60% Indica 40% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 14%|
|Climate||Indoors | Mediterranean|
|Yields||14 to 21 oz per 3x3ft|
|Taste & Smell||Cheese | Earthy | Herbal | Pineapple | Pungent | Sweet|
|Effects||Euphoric | Happy | Relaxed | Uplifted|
Cheese cannabis is very easy to grow because it's so resistant to disease and other environmental conditions. This indica-dominant strain of cannabis can be grown indoors or outdoors. However, yields are higher when cultivated outdoors because this method gives the plants more room for growth.
Cheese Strain Origin
The Cheese marijuana strain is an indica-dominant hybrid. It was named Cheese because of the sharp, sour aroma it delivers. With Skunk #1 as its parent strain, the aroma is quite pungent and stands out from many others.
This feminized strain was created in the U.K. Its origins date back to the late 80s. Since then, this strain has become popular worldwide because of it potent consistency and unique flavor. Eventually, Cheese was crossbred with Afghani indica by various seed breeders to create a strain of cannabis with high yields and increased trichome production.
Parent of the Cheese Strain: Skunk No. 1 Hybrid
Growing Cheese Marijuana Feminized Seeds
These are feminized seeds. Female plants, contrary to male plants, are the ones that actually produce weed. They start flowering when they receive less light per day, i.e. in the Fall or when you manipulate the light cycle indoors.
We also advise reading our germination instructions for guaranteed success sprouting your seeds.
Cheese Marijuana Plants & Preferred Climate
Cheese seeds are very easy to cultivate, even for beginner- and amateur cannabis growers. This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors. Each bush will produce lots of thick buds and flower spots.
According to expert growers, it cultivates best indoors. However, when grown outdoors, this bushy plant requires mild Mediterranean climates and an abundance of warmth and sunshine. Growing Cheese outdoors may cause more work, as you'll have to carefully monitor weather and other environmental conditions.
Feeding Cheese Weed Plants
Visit our nutrient section to get the right plant food for every grow stage.
We recommend giving your plants:
Flowering & Yield
When cultivated indoors, your Cheese cannabis plants will flower and be ready for harvesting within 9 to 10 weeks. The setting must be well-optimized to resemble warm, sunny conditions. Your plants will yield about 14 ounces of usable marijuana per square meter.
Your yields will be higher when cultivating this marijuana strain outdoors. Expect to yield about 21 ounces of usable cannabis per plant, which will be ready for harvesting around mid-October.
Experiencing The Cheese Strain Effects
If you're looking for an indica-dominant strain with a heavy knockout punch, Cheese is the strain for you. After only a few puffs, you're left feeling calm and relaxed, making it a great stress-reliever. Soon, you'll find yourself feeling all giggly inside. Your mood will be uplifted as you experience a wave of happiness come over you.
Cheese users report having light euphoric feelings, making this an effective mood-elevator. You'll experience feelings of calmness, along with feeling inspired and creative. Because it's an indica-dominant cannabis strain, some report feeling slightly tired and lethargic. You may even find yourself stuck on the couch for a while.
The Cheese strain of marijuana may leave you daydreaming. It will also make you hungry, known to stoners as the munchies. So, if a loss of appetite or extreme nausea are issues for you, this strain will increase your appetite, allowing you to eat until your heart is content.
Some users of Cheese report having adverse reactions to the strain. Because it's so powerful, at first, smoking it can be slightly uncomfortable, leading to major coughing outbursts. Your throat may feel a bit itchy too. Dry mouth is a common side effect of Cheese, which you can combat by staying hydrated. You may also experience dry, itchy eyes.
Although rare, some Cheese smokers become a bit dizzy when first hitting it. A mild headache may pop up out of nowhere. Consuming too much indica-dominant Cheese could lead to paranoia. Beginners and occasional marijuana smokers should consume this cannabis strain with caution.
Cheese Taste & Smell
The scent of the Cheese marijuana strain is very extreme. Its strong odor is quite cheesy smelling, which is where it gets its name. This hard to hide odor comes with a whiff of earthy aromas, mixed with the smell of a specific type of cheddar cheese. You'll also smell a little herbal sweetness, which is noticeable immediately upon lighting up.
When smoking Cheese cannabis, the taste will also remind you of cheese a little bit. You'll find that this indica tastes a bit buttery and cheesy. It also tastes sweet and creamy, with an underlying skunky flavor that lingers on your palette long after you've smoked it. If you have any type of appreciation for the taste of cheese, this is the marijuana strain for you.
Uses for Cheese Strain
Cheese is a strain of cannabis that elevates the mood. This makes it a popular one for users with high-stress levels. If you have a high-pressure, fast-paced lifestyle that leaves you on edge at the end of the day, this strain will help you relax, while taking the stress away. That way, you're able to sleep well, even if you suffer from insomnia.
Many people prefer Cheese over prescription drugs for managing feelings of nervousness and removing negative thoughts from your mind. It's very effective when it comes to helping you unwind and relax, so it helps with depression and anxiety as well.
This strain regulates feelings of hopelessness. During the euphoric state, you'll suddenly experience a flood of happy feelings. This makes it a very effective medication for those suffering from various mood disorders.
This indica-dominant strain helps medical cannabis patients manage pain. With just a few puffs, you'll find yourself floating on Cloud 9, while it soothes minor aches within your body. It also gives you the munchies, making it a great natural appetite stimulant.
Buy Cheese Feminized Seeds
Cheese weed seeds are available for sale in packs of 5, 10, or 20 seeds. You can also buy the Cheese strain as an autoflower seed.
When you buy Cheese marijuana seeds we offer:
- Discreet shipping and handling
- Free shipping to all U.S. states
- Free shipping to Australia for orders above $150 USD
- Guaranteed arrival of your order
- Guaranteed germination of your seeds
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