CBD Cheese (1:1) Strain Specifications
Type: Indica (50%), Sativa (50%)
Genetics Parents: Skunk #1 X Afghani
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 Weeks
Climate: Temperate/Continental, Sunny/Mediterranean
Yield: up to 500 g/m2 (indoors) ; 700 – 1000 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: Citrus, Cheese, Floral, Skunk
THC Level: 10%
CBD Level: 10%
Height: 200 cm to 245 cm
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of CBD Cheese (1:1)?
The CBD Cheese does not disappoint onset as it emits a combination of sour, cheese and floral notes paired with the noticeable scent of the Skunk. As soon as the taste buds are grazed with the smoke, it releases a strong ripe cheese flavor with floral notes that turn into a sweet orange taste. Overall, the Skunky flavor from its parent is clearly evident throughout the high.
Due to a 1:1 ratio of CBD to THC, the CBD Cheese offers a subtle high that does not lead into a state of couch-lock or even hyper activeness. Consumers can still physically function throughout the day, which makes this strain suitable for both daytime and nighttime use. Initially, a surge of euphoric waves flows throughout the body, which puts consumers in a brighter mood. It lasts for a long period of time paired with a calming feeling. After some time, a body buzz is induced and smokers will feel more relaxed as the tensions in the muscles are loosened. Once the buzz fades, the limbs and eyelids become heavier, which leads to drowsiness.
What are the Medical Benefits of CBD Cheese (1:1)?
The CBD Cheese does not only offer a well-balanced effect that is great for recreation and pleasure but its properties can also alleviate some medical conditions. For those who are dealing with mental ailments like mild to moderate depression, anxiety, and even PTSD, this strain can clear any worries that frequently and uncontrollably occur. Individuals under an overwhelming amount of stress may also benefit from the relaxation that the CBD Cheese offers.
In addition, this strain does not only relieve the mind but it is also beneficial in reducing swelling and chronic body pains due to its anti-inflammation and pain-killing properties. The CBD Cheese also enhances the appetite of smokers, which can be used by individuals with eating disorders like anorexia.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from CBD Cheese (1:1)
Despite providing gentle effects, the CBD Cheese, like any other cannabis, should not be taken in excess doses as its THC content may still lead to headaches and dizziness especially for individuals who still have a lot tolerance towards this component.
On the other hand, taking moderate amounts may still trigger common adverse effects such as the dry eyes and cottonmouth. This can be prevented by hydrating the body and drinking lots of liquids before taking a toke.
How to Grow CBD Cheese (1:1)
The structure of this plant is mostly inherited from the Sativa genes with its thin and sharp leaves and wide nodes that helps air flow better and prevents the build-up of moisture. The CBD Cheese is a tall-sized plant that grows to around 6.5 to 8 feet. This may be a challenge for growers who do not have enough vertical space to spare. Topping and fimming can help with this issue and result in a more bush-like plant. On the other hand, if cultivators do not want to stress the plant, Low-stress Training (LST) methods can be used as an alternative such as the Screen of Green (SCRoG) technique. This can even produce a higher yield.
Indoors, this plant can flower after 56 to 70 days and produce up to 17.6 ounces per square meter of buds. Take note, that the CBD Cheese has inherited the pungent skunky aroma, which can fill in the entire room. Thus, installing an odor-filtering system is essential.
If the grower would rather cultivate outdoors, this plant prefers a more Mediterranean-like environment. During the month of October, the growers may harvest about 24.6 to 35 ounces per plant.
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