Cheese Feminized Strain Specifications
Type: 50% Indica 50% Sativa
Genetics Parents: Skunk # 1 x Afghani
Flowering Period: 7-9 weeks
Climate: Sunny / Temperate
Yield: 515G/M² indoor / up to 1000G per plant outdoor
Flavors: Butter, Cheese, Sweet, Earthy
THC Level: 18%
CBD Level: 0.73%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Cheese Feminized?
Cheese Feminized offers an aged cheddar cheese fragrance that can be quite overwhelmingly pungent. It has some dank or musky tones to it that adds up to its pungency. Although it can be stinky for first-timers, taking a whiff of this strain delivers a sweet flavor of earthiness and butter with herbal overtones. This paves the way to a delightful experience that many would describe as a cheese-flavored milk tea. This is one of those strains that cannabis connoisseurs consider as a mouthful experience that grows on you.
Meanwhile, Cheese Feminized’s long-lasting effects are heavily sedating but take its time to smoothly build up. It can make you creative but can definitely bring you to a couchlock as well. It starts with an uplifting high that frees troubled minds from their worries. Then induces a blissful feeling that paves the way for a positive disposition. After a while, the real deal comes into play. A physical buzz will start to caress its way all over the body, bringing with it a deeply soothing sensation. This will wash away all bodily discomfort and muscle tensions, ultimately numbing the body. As the intensity rises, users will start to feel heavier over time. This will soon compel them to lie down somewhere comfortable, and so will their eyes start to close on their own. This when users become couch-locked as if melting in this overwhelmingly relaxing state. This absolutely pleasant experience will last for hours on end until they will eventually fall into a good night’s sleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Cheese Feminized?
Cheese Feminized also offers effective uses for medical cannabis patients, similar to its parents. It is mostly popular for patients suffering from body pains such as migraines, arthritis, fibromyalgia, back pains, and inflammation, thanks to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also effective in mitigating mental conditions such as chronic stress, anxiety, PTSD, and depression. As a well balanced straint, effects such as the munchies that stimulate the appetite is a big help for those dealing with appetite problems. While its sedative effects are perfect for insomniacs who want to have a restful sleep.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cheese Feminized
Despite Cheese Feminized’s several benefits, it can still cause some side effects. The common cottonmouth and dry eyes are to be expected in cannabis smoking but only applies to users who don’t regularly hydrate themselves. Overindulging on the other hand may cause some adverse effects, especially for those with low tolerance. Those who get overwhelmed often experience lightheadedness and aggravated anxiety and paranoia.
How to Grow Cheese Feminized
Cheese Feminized seeds grow into a plant that has hybrid qualities from both Indica and Sativa. Such as having a short Indica height of 100 to 140 cm then develops Sativa-like leaves that are stretched and slender. With the sturdiness of the plant’s branches, it won’t require support in carrying its generous yields by harvest time. This strain is said to grow healthily indoors thanks to having a controlled environment since this plant can be a bit picky. Such as keeping the temperature between 64 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit and humidity levels around 40 to 50%. It is also said to respond greatly in soil and a Screen of Green (SCROG) setup as it helps with its productivity. Growers can then expect a decent harvest of around 450 to 550 grams per square meter after a grow time of 7 to 9 weeks. Meanwhile, growing this plant outdoors provides better yields but means more attention is required from growers. It thrives best in a sunny or temperate climate and should be placed
Placed in a spot with plenty of sunshine. Growers can then expect a bountiful harvest yield of around 1000 grams at best by the month of October.
Henry Guay –
Really an easy strain to grow and she started to produce lots of trichomes very early in flowering. The buds look amazing and the smell is nice. Effects from this strain have been energetic and happy and I think it’s pretty strong stuff too! Will definitely grow this one again soon!
Bertrand Chabot –
Now I can see why it is famous! One of the easier this weed grows. Very beautiful plant which is suitable for both beginners and experts! very easy to grow. The cheese has a very particular aroma and fragrance that will not leave you indifferent. I can’t wait to grow more!
Kirk Horton –
It was easy to grow and survived the topping easily. The buds are frosted with trichomes and it really smells like cheese. The smoking experience is mild to moderate with a heavy indica lean. It’s very good for my joint pain, back pain and sleeping difficulties without being couch locked. Very pleased with the quality of seeds and the germination rate!
Tracy Obrien –
Cheese is easy to grow and is forgiving to beginners. Density and bud structure is banging! The buds are frosted with trichomes and it really smells like cheese. Smokes smooth and mellow. Strong body relaxation but also a giggly euphoric head high. The type of high that instantly turns a bad day into a good one, and makes living in the moment not only possible, but fun and enjoyable.
Seth Castro –
Such a pleasure to be able to grow this plant and especially happy with the result. Very powerful high, even in relatively smaller doses. Absolutely reignites your brain and sends you through the roof but also keeps you grounded with slow, heavy limbs. It also creates a very relaxing, full-body buzz sure to ease any minor ailments you may be experiencing. I’m very impressed, and will be ordering again!
Daniel Speights –
I germinated 5 of the 5 I bought; For these purposes, use a paper napkin soaked in water in a dark container. On the third day four had germinated and the other had not, I transferred them to the substrate. the four comes perfect; the other never burst. 4 of seeds growing well it’s a nice grow!
Joe M. Wright –
Nothing to say always been super satisfied with this strain the Cheese for the moment grows really well 5/5 seeds germinated here I finish the Great White Shark that I also recommend without hesitation.
Marion Barrett –
I found this to be very resilient plants that grow nice and tall. She responded well to topping, defoliation, and cloning. Fat dense buds with ideal perfect structure! Extremely cheesy flavor and smell! I found Cheese to make my head feel foggy, but boost my appetite and improve my mood. A definite recommendation of premium quality!
Jerome Davis –
After 2 weeks of Flo, incredible buds at sight that swells day by day, with an exceptional scent, very satisfied lets hope the bud is good, not disappointed at all!
Sergio Shelton –
The most beautiful I have cultivated, fat, aromatic and imposing figure. Smells like cheese. Looks amazing with vivid green patches and orange hairs. Smoke is smooth with earthy and skunky notes. The high at first is more cerebral but then transitions quickly into a relaxing body stone. Great Job Sonoma Seeds!