Cheese is based on a selected Skunk phenotype and is the best choice when you want to chill, get demobilized, glued to the couch or straight out completely stunned. A word of caution to those with a low tolerance, this highly potent weed will make you stumble around aimlessly, thinking "Damn am I high." So, while not inducing a complex high, Cheese definitely brings on a good mood and a very relaxed and calm feeling. Cheese is a great natural alternative, if you dislike or are intolerant to pharmaceutical soporifics.
Cheese performs great when grown in a ScrOG setup and is a good choice for commercial growers who want to add an extremely potent weed to their catalog. Reared in a grow-room the plants reach their full maturity after 8-10 weeks of flowering and can yield up to 800g/m? - outdoors they will be dressed in huge elongated and highly resinous buds at the end of September and bring 800 grams per plant to the scale. Oftentimes the buds become too heavy for the plant, so support may become required.
The intense aroma of Cheese is sweet, piney and skunky, with a touch of Parmesan cheese scent. Definitely a delicious smell, but you surely don't want your whole hut to adopt that stench, so check your ventilation system and carbon filters before she enters the flowering phase. With 18% THC, 0.6% CBD and 0.3% CBN it contains an explosive blend of cannabinoids, so beware of the high! This is a creeper that slowly sneaks up from behind, so savor this weed with caution and test your bounds before taking a nosedive into it.
1st place in the outdoor category at the Spannabis 2013
2nd place in the indoor category at the Spannabis 2013
1st place at the ExpoGrow-Irun 2013
1st place in the Seeds Company category at the High Times Cannabis Cup 2006
Selected Skunk phenotype (clone only strain from the UK)
Very stoned, long lasting. It is a slow creeper but very intense.
Medicinally effective in pain therapy, appetite stimulation and against insomnia.
8 weeks, with a yield up to 800 gr/m2. Good for SCRoG.
Ready at the end of September (North hemisphere) with a production up to 800 gr/plant.
Branchy plant with vine-like growth, needs full support.