“Wow!” is all I have to say about this strain. The smell is so much like cheese it would be blasphemy to call it anything else. Widely available in the UK, Cheese has always been popular for its unique aroma. Bred by Big Buddha Seeds, the genetics of Cheese can be linked to a cross of Skunk #1 and Afghani.
The Cheese Strain Provides A Truly Unique Medicating Experience
“The Cheese strain is popular for treating nausea, providing pain-relief for arthritis, and helping ease insomnia in patients.”
Considered by many patients as some of the best smelling marijuana strain out there, Cheese is a highly sought after plant. The vapor from the Cheese strain is skunk-like, leaving a strong cheddar-cheese aftertaste that will linger in your mouth indefinitely. That may sounds slightly terrible, but it’s actually really delicious — especially when grown and cured properly by the top growers in Los Angeles, CA.
What Effects To Expect From The Cheese Strain
The Cheese strain is popular for treating nausea, providing pain-relief for arthritis, and helping ease insomnia in patients. The effects from the Cheese strain seem to creep up on you fast, creating a very relaxing, full-body buzz sure to ease any minor ailments you may be experiencing. I found Cheese to make my head feel foggy, but boost my appetite and improve my mood.
I found it to be a very similar experience to when I medicate with the Headband strain.However, Cheese is much more uplifting in my opinion. Cheese typically leaves my body feeling weightless and stress-free after just a few draws from my vaporizer.
The Cheese strain is definitely one of the most distinct smelling & tasting strains of cannabis I have ever had the pleasure of coming across. An mind blowing experience each and every time. All medical marijuana patients should consider trying at least once if they have the ability to do so.
Big Buddha Seeds got it’s start when The Big Buddha acquired a cut of the Cheese strain in 2002 and started backcrossing it with a true landrace Indica male. The resulting seeds helped Big Buddha …