About Grilled Cheese
As if your mouth wasn’t watering already, Grilled Cheese is a strain that’s been aptly named. With a slightly indica-dominant set of effects and decent THC levels, this lovely lady is the result of the work of unknown breeders. What we do know is that its unique characteristics come from crossing Cheese Quake with Gupta Kush for a balanced high.
Grilled Cheese brings life to the party with an average THC level of 19%, making it great for novice and experienced smokers alike. Nugs are fairly lumpy and dense, sporting an olive green tone that’s contrasted by amber hairs and dark trichomes. As the name entails, you’ll get a strong note of creamy cheese on both your nose and tongue with just a hint of floral and citrus at the end of your exhale.
Much like the sandwich it’s named after, the Grilled Cheese strain brings pleasure in slow and steady waves. Your high will begin with a strong cerebral boost, bringing you to a place of euphoric bliss that’s coupled with a giggly and slightly unfocused state of mind. However, if you have work to do and need to make some headway on a creative project, you can force yourself to be focused and productive while on this ride. As bodily effects kick in, you’ll notice an all-over tingle that leaves you feeling relaxed but still very functional. Grab some snacks, and even a grilled cheese or two, because you’ll be faced with the munchies in no time flat.
Although this strain isn’t a medicinal powerhouse, it’s certainly better than nothing. Users note that mood disorders can be dramatically improved, so if you’re prone to extra stress, depression, or anxiety, a few hits of Grilled Cheese can set you straight. Bodily aches and pains are also no match for its numbing properties, and of course those who struggle with a lack of appetite will find themselves scarfing food down with ease. A toke or two in the middle of the night can also help those who battle insomnia.
Breeders of this strain have kept themselves a secret, and along with that, growing information is pretty much non-existent. If you happen to get your hands on some seeds or even a clone of Grilled Cheese, treating it like any other hybrid is probably your best bet. Try getting some friends to help in the cultivation process - after all, two heads or more are better than one!
While it’s not crunchy, gooey, or orange, Grilled Cheese will still give you the satisfaction that you crave. Try this strain in the afternoon for a pick-me-up at work or save it for the weekends when you have adventurous plans with friends. The mellow high it provides is a nice compliment to nearly any activity, and of course, the flavors can’t be beat.
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