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Cheese Strains For Sale

Cannabis strains have risen from all across the world throughout the years. Various strains have diverse taste profiles and effects, none more so than the acquired taste of the Cheese strain.

When looking for relaxing cannabis Indica strains, the original Cheese seeds are one of the most popular varieties. Their cheesy taste and distinctive aroma are what make this strain stand out. 

It should be no surprise that this strain’s parent is the old-school Skunk. Your growing journey will be easy with these cannabis seeds, and The Seed Fair is ready to help you find the weed seeds you have been looking for. We sell cannabis seeds for every Cheese user and beyond.

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Auto Flowering Cannabis Seeds

Auto OG Cheese Autoflowering Seeds

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Auto Flowering Cannabis Seeds

Big Buddha Cheese Autoflowering Seeds

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Blue Cheese Feminized Seeds

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Cannabis Sativa Seeds

CBD Cream & Cheese Feminized Seeds

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Auto Flowering Cannabis Seeds

Cheese Auto-Flower Feminized Seeds

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Cannabis Sativa Seeds

Cheese Diesel Feminized Seeds

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Cheese Feminized Seeds

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Auto Flowering Cannabis Seeds

Cheeseburger Autoflowering Feminized Seeds

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Cannabis Sativa Seeds

UK Cheese Feminized Seeds

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What are Cheese Strains?

A Cheese strain has the original Skunk in its gene pool. These distinct cannabis aromas have a spicy and savory flavor, which differs from the typical sweet, fruity, or herbaceous weed aromas.

This strain has been bred for consistent potency, so whether you buy feminized seeds or fast-flowering seeds, you’ll always have the same results.

Cheese Strain Properties

Cheese is an Indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain. It was given the name Cheese because of its robust and acidic fragrance. With the original skunk as its parent, the scent is strong and distinguishes itself from the crowd.

Exodus Cheese Blue Head Band Feminized Seeds Strawberry Cheese Autoflower Seeds Somango Cheesecake Autoflowering Feminized Seeds
Plant type 70% Indica / 20% Sativa / 10% Ruderalis 75% Indica / 25% Sativa
THC 19% 21% 20%
Grow difficulty Easy Moderate Easy / Moderate
Climate Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor
Plant size Small Small Medium
Flowers 8-10 weeks 10-12 weeks 7-9 weeks
Yields 800 g 500 g 350 g
Taste and smell Sweet, Creamy, Cheese Cheese, Fruit, Strawberry Cheese Curd, Sweet, Earthy, Mango
Effects Pain relief, euphoria, mellow Clear-headed, uplifting, relaxing Intense, relaxing, euphoria

 

Cheese Strains Effects, Taste & Smell

The Cheese strain effects can start with the user feeling ecstatic, making it an efficient mood enhancer. You’ll be energized and creative, as well as feel relaxed. Some users report feeling tired and sluggish because it is an Indica-dominant cannabis strain. You could even end up stranded on the couch.

The Cheese marijuana strain has a strong cheese smell. This difficult-to-hide stench has earthy scents blended with the fragrance of certain cured Cheese. You’ll also detect a hint of herbal sweetness. It also has a sweet and creamy flavor with a skunky undertone that stays on your palate long after you’ve smoked it.

Negative Effects

Cheese cannabis consumers have experienced harmful effects. Smoking it might be painful at first, causing coughing fits or an itchy throat. The plant taste can cause a dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes.

Some users might feel woozy at first. A headache might appear suddenly or thoughts of paranoia. This strain isn’t for beginners and should be used cautiously by experienced smokers.

Cheese Strains Genetics

The Cheese strain was developed in the United Kingdom. Its beginnings may be traced back to the late 1980s. Because of its powerful consistency and distinct flavor, this strain has gained popularity in most countries. Eventually, many seed breeders crossed Cheese with Afghani Indica to generate a cannabis strain with great yields and enhanced trichome production.

Reasons to Grow Cheese Marijuana Seeds 

These easy to grow seeds are perfect for those who want something different than normal. This great strain has beautiful colors to add beauty to your garden. Grow indoors or outside to enjoy the decent yields they can provide. 

These seeds are great for those who have chronic pain issues or people who need to fall into deep relaxation. Most Indica Cheese strains will give you the relaxation you need, and with some CBD and higher THC content, you will get the pain relief you are searching for.

How to Grow Cheese Cannabis Seeds?

Cheese Cannabis is a fast flowering cannabis that grows especially well outdoors if you live in a warm and humid climate. It’s extremely easy to grow and is a great beginner plant for those new to growing their own cannabis.

Some varieties start their flowering phase in as early as 7 weeks, so it’s a great strain when you want your buds quickly.

Germinating Cheese Seeds

Most users use the paper towel method, where they place a number of seeds between two pieces of wet paper towel and wait 24 hours before placing them in a small pot of soil. 

Once the seeds start to sprout, they can then be moved outdoors or to a larger pot for indoor growing. Keep the soil moist but not overly saturated. 

Optimal Growing Conditions

Cheese cannabis seeds grow well indoors. When cultivated outside, however, this bushy plant demands mild Mediterranean temperatures with plenty of warmth and sunlight. Growing outside may need more labor because you must closely monitor the environmental conditions.

Light

During the vegetative stage, cannabis requires 18-24 hours of light, and 12 hours of light during the flowering period.

Air & Humidity

Stagnant, humid air fosters the growth of mold and germs and attracts pests. To be safe, keep your relative humidity at 40-50% and use fans or ventilation to circulate air around your grow space.

Water & Nutrients

Your plants will respond favorably to fertilizer solutions with greater phosphorus and potassium concentrations in the early stage.

Temperature 

Maintain an indoor temperature of 70-80°F to get the most out of your weed plant. Crops grown in the open prefer a Mediterranean environment but can tolerate extreme weather if necessary.

Harvesting Cheese Strains

Several indications will alert you when your cannabis is about ready for harvest. Because each plant is different, these indications will differ, but here are some common things to look for:

  • The leaves will start to yellow, curl, and a few could fall off.
  • Buds will be fat and mature and no longer appear to be growing larger.
  • The branches will get heavier and hang more as buds swell.

Buy Cheese Feminized Marijuana Seeds Online

Why should you buy Cheese-feminized marijuana seeds at The Seed Fair? Because we know everything about seeds and want to help, you will find the perfect seeds for your needs and space. 

Our staff will help you determine a good strain for muscle spasms, minor aches, or stress. They can point you in the right direction if you have a small greenhouse or small spaces indoors. 

You qualify for free shipping and free seeds if your order exceeds $99. Our online store has seeds of every variety and knowledge of growing, so check out our store today.

FAQ


Feminized cannabis Cheese Quake tastes and smells like cheese, yet the intensity explodes in your mouth like a volcano. When you experience this unusual flavor of Cheese Quake, you won’t be able to stop your mouth from watering, and that’s just the beginning since its 22% THC content will knock you out.


These plants can be very easy to grow, and one of the reasons it’s so popular is their pest resistance.


The Big Buddha Cheese strain, a little yet powerful strain, has all of the advantages of a top-tier Cheese without the added size and is the winner of multiple awards.


Cheese weed can be very strong, with THC content averaging around 20%.


Depending on the variety, they can take anywhere from 7 weeks to reach the flowering stage up to 12 weeks.