Cheese falls into the category of hybrid cannabis strains. Usually with a predominant indica component (the ratio of sativa/indica components may vary depending on the breeding method). This strain contains on average about 14,5 % THC.
Cheese was first bred in the 1980s in the UK and comes from the Skunk No 1 genetic line . It has a distinctive sour aroma that is strongly reminiscent of cheddar, hence the name 'Cheese'.
Effects and properties of Cheese
Cheese is most often sought after by consumers for its calming effects (depending on the ratio of sativa/indica components).
It is good for relieving stress and tension, and is also positive in the treatment of depression. Cheese is suitable, for example, for problems with variouspains or insomnia. It causes feelings of happiness and euphoria and is ideal for evening use for good relaxation and unwinding. For some users, Cheese can help with headache problems or eating difficulties.
Dry mouth, dry eyes. Can sometimes cause paranoia or dizziness.