UK Cheese Strain
Sometimes, all you want is a smoke session with some stinky cannabis. UK Cheese is a potent and popular hybrid that leans slightly to the sativa side. Breeders say that the strain should exude a skunky aroma that is accompanied by a hint of parmesan cheese. Its earthy and cheesy taste reflects its name. As the backcross process evolved, smokers have also reported notes of berry and spice. Since the strain's conception, medical and recreational patients alike adore the strain's euphoric cerebral stone and soothing - but not sedative - physical effects.
MedicalANXIETY PAIN DEPRESSION
FlavorSWEET CHEESE SKUNKY
EffectsUPLIFTED HAPPY RELAXED
Overview of UK Cheese
UK Cheese is a premium sativa-dominant hybrid renowned for its stellar genetics and sticky buds. Its unique terpene profile makes for a distinct taste with every puff. UK Cheese is as pungent as it is potent. Varieties reach THC content up to 20 percent. Generally, users favor this strain for daytime use and activities that require energy. UK Cheese is particularly suited for getting some chores done or getting in a workout!
Potential Positive Effects of UK Cheese
UK Cheese creates a powerful, uplifting, and euphoric mental high. The strain often makes the user more alert, which is due to its strong sativa genetics. UK Cheese's high starts in the head, usually near the temples and the eyes. A sense of relaxation should then trickle down the body, soothing muscles and providing some pleasant numbness. While the strain is mostly sativa, its indica genetics are strong, and UK Cheese can tire out some smokers in heavy doses. The strain often cultivates an underlying sense of happiness, energy, creativity, and relaxation.
Potential Medical Benefits of UK Cheese
Medical marijuana patients commonly enlist UK Cheese to ease many ailments and mental health issues. Patients often use UK Cheese to treat stress, depression, and anxiety. UK Cheese's relaxing body high is also helpful in treating physical pain and fatigue. The strain can also induce hunger and help with a lack of appetite.
Potential Negative Effects of UK Cheese
UK Cheese's most common adverse effects are dry mouth, paranoia, and dry eyes. Dizziness and headaches are also common adverse effects amongst
The Lineage of UK Cheese
Shaman Genetics maintain that UK Cheese is a cross between the rare Cheese strain bred from Skunk #1. The Exodus Collective in the UK bred Exodus Cheese in 1995 before it disappeared in cannabis markets in the 1990s. Shaman Genetics preserved a clone of the strain from cutting an Exodus Cheese. This solo clone is a backcross of Skunk #1. Due to this, every cut of UK Cheese is a bit different.
Growing UK Cheese
Shaman Genetics' UK Cheese has a thick trunk and produces larger flowers. UK Cheese nugs should be dense and compact. Its buds should be light green with a full coat of orange hairs. UK Cheese does well in both indoor and outdoor environments. The strainā??s buds often very sticky and has a pungent aroma which permeates throughout the room. UK Cheese can produce up to 500 grams of flower per square meter.
Where to Find UK Cheese
Check with your local dispensary to see if they have any UK Cheese on their shelves, here!