Sweet Cheese Strain Review
Sweet Cheese is a cross between two superior weed strains, Black Jack and Cheese. It is predominantly Sativa with a blend of 70% Sativa and 30% Indica. It has an average THC concentration ranging between 18% and 21%.
Sweet Cheese is delicious, and you will enjoy its deliciously savoury high all through. It has a charming high with a straightforward initial buzz and smoke. The user will not experience racing thoughts, and despite its potent buzz, there are no overwhelming feelings. Smokers experience a head high with little sedation. Sweet Cheese is suitable after a long day workout and before you go to bed as it is good in inducing sleep.
Sweet Cheese has a couple of medicinal properties useful in treating numerous conditions. Its sedative effect is suitable as a relief for insomnia, headaches, cramps, muscle tension, and chronic pain. Besides, Sweet Cheese is a relief for stress, bipolar, and depression. For anyone experiencing nausea and suffering from digestive problems, sweet cheese will offer instant relief.
It is recommendable to grow Sweet Cheese weed strain in the field due to its strong cheese smell. However, it will still do well in indoor growing conditions and will take 8-9 weeks to flower. In outdoor conditions, Sweet Cheese strain will be ready for harvest in mid-October. Soil is the preferred growing medium, and if all the other conditions are correct, it will give you a generous yield.
- Genetics: It is a cross between two superior weed strains, the Cheese and Black Jack.
- The High: The user experiences the euphoric effect flowing throughout the long-lived high.
- Hybrid Ratio: Sativa 70%, Indica 30%
- THC Levels: It has THC levels of 18%-21%
- Grow Information: It is relatively easy to grow and does well in both indoor and outdoor conditions. It will take 8-9 weeks to harvest for indoor conditions. If grown in the field, the flowers are ready in mid-October.
Sweet Cheese is short, bushy with sturdy branches. In addition to high THC levels, the buds are attractive; they have a bright green colour and long orange hair scattering all over the nug. You will enjoy the fragrance of soft cheese and spice. A perfect picture of Sweet Cheese weed strain is a glass of wine and some pleasant earth traces. The taste of aged cheese becomes evident upon smoking.
Sweet Cheese has lower concentration of THC than one of its parents, Black Jack. However, you should not underestimate its potency level.
Shortly after consumption, a quick and robust rush flows into the mind and body. The user experiences an uplifting high starting from the head to the body. After that, a feeling of happiness kicks in, bringing a cheerful mood.
The cerebral effect may be intense but not crippling, though it depends on the dosage. Sweet Cheese boosts the energy levels; thus, users complete their tasks without any problem and remain focused.
Sweet Cheese strain is suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments. The buds are long and thin with olive green leaves around them.
Sweet Cheese will flower after 8-9 weeks when grown indoors. It will give a generous yield of 14-20 ounces/m2. The pungent smell of this weed strain spread extensively all over the area. Therefore, it is recommendable to install control filters.
The strain requires a warm climate if to be cultivated outdoor. You should expect to harvest in mid-October, and it produces a yield of 12-20 ounces per plant.
Sweet Cheese provides comfort and relief to the users, and its medicinal value lies in its psychedelic effects. It is an ideal relief for patients suffering from depression and chronic stress due to its capability to induce happiness. Users experience extreme relaxation and euphoric effects, thus suitable for the treatment of almost any pain in the body.
Sweet Cheese is a popular choice for patients with headache disorders such as migraine. Sweet Cheese will trigger hunger though not to extremities, thus an ideal solution for people with loss of appetite. It has been successful in dealing with particular nausea common after chemo and radiation sessions.
Sweet Cheese has a few adverse reactions. There is likelihood for the user to experience some anxiety and paranoia. The level of anxiety depends on the dosage. Other side effects include dry eyes, cottonmouth, mild headache, and sometimes slight dizziness.
Blending Black Jack and Cheese came up with a Sativa-dominant high strain that brings happiness and relaxation after the first few hits. Since it induces appetite, ensure to have a plate of your favourite snacks around as you enjoy the pleasure of Sweet Cheese.