Blue Cheese

THC
18%Normal
CBD
0%Very Low
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About Blue Cheese

Genetics & History

Blue Cheese requires a high threshold for dank, earthy flavors – it’s named after the most pungent cheese, after all, though it doesn’t taste as much like its namesake as you might expect. Instead, it has more of a dank, berry flavor. Using it, this 80/20 indica-heavy hybrid can encourage incredible relaxation.

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Big Buddha Seeds created the strain from a Cheese strain phenotype straight from the UK crossed with a hybrid male made from Blueberry and Big Buddha Cheese. The high slinks into your consciousness slowly but once it hits, it has a lot of great uses. Keep reading to find out what Blue Cheese is good for (other than salads).

Typical Effects

Relaxed
Relaxed
Euphoric
Euphoric
Creative
Creative

Common Usage

Arthritis
Arthritis
Pain
Pain
Nausea
Nausea

Appearance, Aroma & Flavor

THC Content

HIGHEST TEST

20%

STRAIN AVERAGE

18%

INDICA AVERAGE

12%

WIKILEAF AVERAGE

18%

WIKILEAF HIGHEST

35%

An image of the strain Blue Cheese with frosty trichromes and green leaves
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Blue Cheese is incredibly dank, a mix of savory cheese and sweet fruit, like blueberries and strawberries mixed with herbs and earth. The result is stinky and emotional – even people who don’t like to eat blue cheese can enjoy its namesake strain. The aromatics are powerful.

Effects

For people who suffer from anxiety, pain, migraines, and depression, Blue Cheese is a great addition to your mental diet. If you are easily stressed, keep Blue Cheese on hand to relax you. In heavier doses, this strain can help you wind down from a busy day and lull you to bed.

Growing

The Blue Cheese strain takes a little over 60 days to flower on average. Long before then, it’ll start to smell of berry and cheese, like a garden of appetizer platters. Prepare for a late September harvest and a good yield. Growers of most experience levels will be able to get 500-600g of usable bud per square meter of garden. The buds grow densely and the trichomes come in thick and sticky.

Despite being easy to grow at an average yield, Blue Cheese is known for its high ratio of leaves to flowers, which means that it’s a difficult plant to trim. We recommend using the Sea of Green growing technique (or SOG) to get the most out of the plant. Blue Cheese also responds well to soil-based growing mediums as well as hydroponics setups, if you have one.

The strain’s high begins as a slow, creeping feeling of relaxation, which begins to deepen into euphoria all over your body. Though many users report dry eyes and mouth on Blue Cheese, for anxiety sufferers, this creamy, spicy, cheesy, sweety, fruity mess of a strain can provide a lot of benefits.


Reviews

December 28, 2022

Cheeseball wafflefabby

One of my top 3 favorite strains! It hits solid and lasts, and really dials down my anxiety.

December 27, 2022

nicklpickl

Really relaxing, pretty good for pain.

November 14, 2022

Fried piper

This strain is straight 🔥

September 19, 2022

bigspuds

5 stars from me. easy strain to grow and produces solid buds. feeling of deep relaxation with a hint of munchies for me :)

January 12, 2022

Gnome Chompsky

Grew my own Blue Cheese and although its very good neither plant has the cheese smell. After being cured, the bud smells slightly sweet and herbal, no cheese. Smoking gives a floral and sweet taste thats kinda berry, but nothing very cheesy about it. Nice mellow high... not too relaxing that you get couch locked, with a bit of sativa uplift to make you feel happy and good with the world. After about 3 hours I get hungry and sleepy, followed by a really good night of sleep.