About LA Cheese
LA Cheese is an incredibly Indica-dominant hybrid strain straight out of the United Kingdom. This potent hybrid is attributed to Big Buddha Seeds, a British Cannabis company responsible for many of the Cheese-based hybrids on the market today, such as Big Buddha Cheese. LA Cheese is a cross between LA Confidential and Exodus Cheese. The names of its parent strains alone typically impress prospective buyers, but the effects of the strain truly seal the deal. LA Cheese is an ideal afternoon and evening smoke, because its heavy effects will have you hazy and lazy for hours on end. LA Cheese packs a whopping 25% average THC concentration, with CBD concentrations reaching as high as 1%.
As with most Indica-dominant buds, these flowers are shaped oddly. They are a bit piecey, though they remain dense when cured correctly. They take on bright green hues such as forest and mint, with a number of winding orange hairs. They are dusted with a coating of miniscule trichomes that are typically translucent, though some harvests have produced amber trichomes. As the name suggests, this strain is downright funky.
Your upstairs and next-door neighbors will absolutely know what’s up as soon as you crack open the packaging of your LA Cheese. Grinding the bud up allows for the aroma of cream cheese, skunk, and diesel to escape into the air. The flavor is similar, albeit a bit smoother and lighter on the palate than it is on the nose. Users have described the smoke as tasting like cream cheese mixed with a spicy funky taste with a bit of a peppery exhale that often sends users into a coughing fit.
Although the strain is incredibly Indica-leaning, the effects of this strain are typically experienced throughout the body. The onset of the high is a light and uplifting cerebral experience that will have you happy and focused on the tasks at hand.
The high quickly progresses into a more physically relaxing state, however, so it’s recommended to find a comfy spot to curl up on. A tingling body buzz will begin to spread throughout your body and extremities, which can be quite soothing for those with chronic pain. With this newfound sense of physical relaxation the only thing you’ll find yourself focusing on is the new season of Stranger Things on Netflix with a bit of hunger beginning to develop deep in your stomach. As this sensation grows into ravenous hunger, you’ll muster the motivation to raid the fridge for weird and satisfying snack combinations. Some users have found that the downturn of the high becomes a bit sedative, though others have not reported this effect.