About Deep Cheese
After years of experimenting and selective breeding, a strain worthy of the Cheese name was born. Bred from two phenotypes of Cheese, Dinafem gives us a balance of indica and sativa while enhancing the dank aromas devotees come to expect from this family. This skunky bud will leave users feeling like they are walking on sunshine.
The THC levels of Deep Cheese are decidedly vague, but the general consensus is that “high levels of THC” is an understatement. For enthusiasts of its already popular forerunner, it will not surprise you that the breeders worked overtime to craft the pungent, cheesy smell to perfection. Long leafy greens with red undertones and a frosting of white make this nug a sight to behold.
Because this blend is indica-dominant, users can expect a strong, but relaxing body high that doesn’t overpower the creative mind the sativa brings forth. After just one hit you’ll feel a burst of joy and openness that get ideas flowing. Expect to be more talkative than usual as this strain offers energetic properties that will stimulate even the most introverted of wallflowers. With aromatic notes of skunk and hard cheese flavor, users might enjoy this fan favorite with a glass of wine or a nice strong beer.
Medicinal users rejoice, as this strain seems to be just about perfect for every ailment. From nausea to mental health, headaches to lack of appetite, Deep Cheese has been known to alleviate many of the symptoms of each. Because of its energetic properties, many have reported using this product for depression, stress, and even chronic fatigue, while its relaxing and almost numbing effects afford users much-needed relief from chronic pain and migraines. This bud is good any time of day and is recommended for users at any experience level.
As if this strain doesn’t sound perfect enough, it is also easy to grow. While it does best inside in well-maintained conditions, it has been known to flower outdoors as well, and you can expect flowering at around 8 weeks either way. Growers should be mindful of the neighbors as Deep Cheese flourishes. Because of its pungent smell, you may want to invest in an advanced system to keep the smell from prying noses. Though it is recommended for growers of any experience level, be aware that when left unattended this plant can top out at heights well above eight feet.
After a long day at work, before a long day at work, or even in the middle of a long day at work, Deep Cheese is an eager strain ready to take you on an ethereal high that is lively but soothing and won’t weigh you down.
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