About Cheese Dawg
If Cheese Dawg hasn’t developed a huge fan following in your neck of the woods, she’s about to. This indica-dominant strain from Big Buddha Seeds has taken what many might argue are two of the best plants out there and combined them to create one killer bud. Chemdawg 91, rumored to have been originally found at a Grateful Dead concert, and Big Buddha Cheese, a former Cannabis Cup winner, have blended beautifully to create a strong tasting and powerful strain.
Depending on your experience level, Cheese Dawg might be an appropriate strain to select or could be a little bit beyond your years. While she can be found with 15% THC at the low end, her high is 23% and is the more commonly found potency out there. Nugs of this strain are light green with an average amount of pistils but come completely caked with sparkling white trichomes. As you’d expect, her flavors and aromas include a strong note of cheese but feature hints of fruit as well as a harsh chemical tinge. While it sounds off-putting, most report that this strain is absolutely delicious.
Cheese Dawg is one of those strains that you’ll look forward to smoking at the end of a long day because taking a load off of your mind and body is just what she’s been crafted to do. Most find that their high is quite long-lasting and includes a bit of a hazy mental state that’s coupled with physical relaxation. If you’re cranky from the day you just had, let Cheese Dawg attempt to put a smile on your face and impart some euphoria into your brain. Many individuals describe this bud as one that’s super stoney, so we would recommend that you clear your calendar for the night and perhaps make your morning a little lighter as well. You could end up falling asleep so deeply that your alarm clock doesn’t even wake you the next day.
Big Buddha Seeds has always seemed to be quite supportive of home growing enthusiasts and they make 5 packs of Cheese Dawg readily available on their website. By all accounts, it seems that this strain will be relatively easy even for newer cultivators, as plants only reach just over four feet tall when fully mature and often produce a hefty yield. Allow for 8 to 10 weeks of growing time inside or plan for a late October harvest if she’s outdoors.
Those who aren’t into cheesy strains may not want to give Cheese Dawg a try, but even if that’s the case, her effects seem to be amazing enough to take a toke anyway. Newer users are advised to exercise caution with this bud, as her potency can sometimes sneak up on you and leave you glued to your couch.