The Cheese strain is an Indica-dominant strain that offers calming and uplifting effects. This perfectly balanced strain prevents the body from adverse effects such as a couch-lock and hyper activeness. In addition, not only does it help consumers unwind after a stressful day but it can also relieve some mental and physical conditions. Its THC level of 14% may be harmful when taken in high doses, especially for individuals who are not yet experienced with smoking marijuana.
On the aspect of cultivating this strain, the autoflowering feature helps reduce the flowering time as the Cheese Autoflowering no longer depends on the light cycle and can do it by itself. This helps growers plant more and produce higher yields with just a little amount of time.
Cheese Autoflowering Strain Specifications
Type: Indica (60%), Sativa (30%), Ruderalis (10%)
Flowering Period: 7 Weeks
Climate: Warm and Sunny
Yield: 60 g to 130 g
Flavors: Skunk, and Cheese
THC Level: 14%
CBD Level: 1%
Height: 70 cm to 110 cm
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Cheese Autoflowering?
Throughout the high, the Cheese strain exudes a similar aroma and flavor profile with the combination of skunk and cheese notes.
After the first toke and as the mouth is exploding with flavors, the cerebral stimulations start to manifest. First, a surge of bliss and mood-enhancing properties start to manifest, which clears any worries that can cloud the mind of the smoker. After some time the Indica effects start to over power and a physical buzz is released all to the body. During this time, tensions in the muscles become more loose and smokers will feel a complete tranquility. Eventually, the limbs and eyelids will feel a little heavier, which triggers drowsiness. This strain is best used at night or on days where there aren’t enough tasks to do.
What are the Medical Benefits of Cheese Autoflowering?
The Cheese strain does not stray away from the medical benefits that most marijuana strains provide. Combining the uplifting and soothing effects that it offers, this strain can alleviate those who are suffering from mental ailments such as depression, PTSD, stress, and even anxiety.
Not only does it keep the mind sane, but it also reduces the chronic body pains and aches that people with migraines, headaches, arthritis, and menstrual cramps experience. As it is leaning on the Indica side, its sedative properties can be beneficial for individuals who are dealing with insomnia or other sleeping disorders.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cheese Autoflowering
The most common side effects of marijuana strains is the cottonmouth and dry eyes. These conditions arise when the body does not have enough fluids. Thus, to prevent the itchiness and irritations, drinking lots of liquid before, during, and after taking a toke is essential. On the other hand excessive doses is not recommended for those who are sensitive to the THC components as it can lead to headache, nausea, and even paranoia.
How to Grow Cheese Autoflowering
The structure of the Cheese plant is distinguishably inherited from its Indica genes. It has a short yet sturdy physique, thick and wide leaves, and a short internodal spacing. The buds are quite dense with fiery orange-colored pistils and surrounded by a glistening amount of resins. Regular trimming is important to prevent the build-up in moisture.
When grown indoors, this plant will flower after 49 days and growers may harvest about 60 grams to 130 grams per square meter. On the other hand, in an outdoor cultivation, the Cheese plant should be exposed in a Mediterranean-like climate.