Cheese Autoflowering Marijuana Seeds

$65.00$240.00

Cheese Autoflowering Seeds produce a cannabis strain that many people are familiar with and enjoy. Its endearing name comes from its obnoxious odor, which makes it easily identifiable. It improves our moods and calms even the tensest of us. Giggles are natural, as are positive thoughts. This autoflowering strain is perfect for smoking and growing because it is mainly Indica-dominant.

Seeds PriceQuantity
5 Seeds $65.00
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10 Seeds $120.00
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25 Seeds $240.00
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Cheese AutoFlowering Marijuana Specifications

Type: 60 Indica 30 Sativa 10 Ruderalis

Genetics Parents: Skunk #1 x Afghani

Flowering Period:7 weeks

Climate: Mediterranean

Yield: 60-139 g/m2 (indoors) 21 oz/plant (outdoors)

Flavors: Cheese, Earthy, Spicy, Buttery, Creamy

THC Level: 14%

CBD Level: 1%

Height: Tall

Harvest Period: mid-October

Growing Difficulty: Moderate

What are the Flavor and Effects of Cheese AutoFlowering Seeds?

Cheese Autoflowering Seeds is an intensely flavored marijuana strain, as the name suggests. It’s also been called “pungent” or “serious” by others. After all, it’s the only strain called ‘cheese,’ suggesting that it’s the only one with a heavy enough odor to merit such a classification. It does, in truth, smell like cheddar cheese with a few additional notes, such as an earthy undertone.

The flavor is a bit more cheese-like. It has the delicious buttery taste of real cheese, rather than being much more pungent. People who enjoy real cheese should try this cheese because it has the cheddary, buttery, poignant taste of real cheese with every sniff.

Cheese has a similar potent effect when smoking as a result of its heavy parentage. It is well known for its stress-relieving properties, making it particularly beneficial to stressed or anxious people. When you smoke Cheese Bud, you’ll first note the spicy scent, which the calming effects will soon accompany.

Relaxation, pleasure, euphoria, and feeling invigorated are some of the best symptoms you can hope to experience after smoking Cheese. Don’t be fooled if you find yourself starving and zone out on the sofa.

What are the Medical Benefits of Cheese AutoFlowering Seeds?

Cheese Autoflowering Seeds has been used to relieve fatigue and other mood problems, including depression and anxiety.

Some individuals do not have a mood problem at all but instead live in a traumatic environment. In that case, too, the cheese will be beneficial at the end of the day. As a result, using Cheese makes a lot of sense. Cheese is a perfect way to relax at the end of the day, whether you have a busy life or like to unwind once in a while.

Negative Effect You Can Expect From Cheese AutoFlowering Seeds

The adverse effect of Cheese Autoflowering Seeds is dry mouth that is the most serious of the potential adverse side effects. You should be prepared for dry mouth since it is reasonably standard and convenient to treat: have a cup of water nearby.

Dry skin, paranoia, lightheadedness, and anxiety are also potential side effects. In general, however, you won’t have to worry about these things happening to you, mainly if you use Cheese sparingly.

How to Grow Cheese AutoFlowering Seeds

Cheese autoflowering is a breeze to develop. Because of their small size and the fact that they are autoflowering plants, beginners can accurately forecast harvest times, rising seasons, and other factors.

Autoflowering strains are those that do not need light to bloom. When the amount of sunshine falls below a certain number of hours, ‘normal’ weed plants enter the flowering period. This occurs spontaneously outside; the plants change with the weather, but it takes time.

Autoflowering plants grow much faster and are more compact in general. Autoflowering plants are favored by growers who want more than one production per season due to their shorter flowering periods and smaller scale.

 

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