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Sweet Cheese

Typical effects include Relaxed

Typical Effects

Relaxed
Relaxed
Euphoric
Euphoric
Creative
Creative

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
Stress
Stress
Insomnia
Insomnia

About Sweet Cheese

When you hear the word ‘cheese’ it’s easy to squint your eyes and wonder how a cannabis described as ‘cheesy’ can be so damn good. But we assure you, this deliciously tart strain by Sweet Seeds is exactly the answer you are looking for. By fusing two favorite families, Cheese and Black Jack, the breeders have given users a beautifully blended, sativa-dominant high that will have you feeling happy and relaxed in just a couple of hits.

Although it’s obvious from the name, this is a sweet and cheesy bud that boasts a large amount of THC, falling between 18% and 21% on average. In addition to the stellar THC levels, these leafy green buds are an eye full. They are bright green with long orange hairs peppered throughout the nug and give off an aroma of soft cheese and spice. Think mild white cheese and a glass of wine with a touch of earthy goodness, and you have Sweet Cheese.

The high is delightful, with an easy going smoke and an even easier going initial buzz. Do plan ahead with a tray of your favorite snacks as the munchies will soon set in, but don’t worry, you won’t end up famished. The euphoric stage rolls in waves and ebbs and flows throughout the hours-long high. This is a great strain for the end of a long workday or as a nightcap as it does induce some very sleepy vibes.

Medically speaking, Sweet Cheese is great for a myriad of conditions. For example, its sedative-like properties are great for treating the symptoms of chronic pain, insomnia, headaches, muscle tension, and cramps. If you suffer from inflammation or digestive issues, and even in many cases nausea, try this strain for immediate relief. For easing disorders such as depression, bipolar, and stress, smoke a little bit of Sweet Cheese before bed and feel the late night worries fade into the blackness.

Though this plant is recommended as an outdoor plant because of its pungent cheese smell, it will flourish nicely indoors. The harvest time for outside growth is mid-October, whereas indoors you are looking at 8 to 9 weeks. This harvest is above average if conditions are right, and using soil is the preferred method. It is unclear whether this plant would be easy to grow, however when in doubt, ask for assistance from a more advanced grower.

Sweet Cheese is a deliciously savory high that is enjoyable from start to finish. It lacks racing thoughts or overbeating hearts, and though it is a powerful buzz, it rarely becomes overwhelming. Try this as a nightcap with your favorite sweets and a good movie. If you are a novice smoker, give this one a little kick and try it in a vape - your lungs will thank you.


Common Usage

Depressed8/10

Stress6/10

Insomnia4/10

Migraines10/10

Pain2/10

Typical Effects

Relaxed8/10

Euphoric6/10

Creative4/10

Happy10/10

Energetic2/10

THC Content

Highest Test21%

Strain Average20.5%

Sativa Average13.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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