Sativa-dominant Chiesel tastes of grapefruit, Kush, and fuel. It delivers a potent mix of Indica and Sativa effects. Chiesel provides a relaxing soothing high that is also energizing and up-lifting. Some users feel a mild body-numbing effect due to plant's Indica properties. When users consume the strain in low doses, they feel more focused, creative, and euphoric. They may also find themselves feeling more sociable. Cotton mouth and dry eyes may be coupled with headaches, paranoia, or dizziness.
This hybrid is good for daytime use. It is recommended for relieving stress, anxiety, and depression. Chiesel may also alleviate mild chronic aches and pains, migraines, and inflammation. Others find Chiesel calms nausea and induces a fierce appetite. Patients suffering from multiple sclerosis have used this strain as well.
Chiesel was created by Big Buddha Seeds, which crossed their U. K. Cheese with a male New York City Diesel. This strain is 60% Sativa and grows well both indoors and out. It finishes flowering between 9 and 11 weeks and can produce a high yield.
A Loss of Appetite4/10
Beautiful Sativa (70%) buds with 26% THC by West Coast Trading Company. Rock hard buds were a dull fern green with a touch of dull purple gray. Burnt orange hairs & white cloudy trichomes covered the buds. Tasted & smelled of earthy diesel cheese. Uplifted, happy, & relaxing make this a good daytime strain. Happiest of Sedation's!