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Cheese Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

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Cheese Cannabis Strain Review And Pics

One of my best friends has grown the Cheese strain for a number of years. The strain really does smell like cheese, especially while it’s growing. There were numerous times I helped him clip and it smelled like I was grating cheese. The strain doesn’t taste like cheese, but it is still a very pleasant taste. The cheese strain is mostly indica, with it’s lineage coming from Master Kush and Super Skunk. The Cheese strain was created by Royal Dutch Genetics.

“A very relaxing strain with indica qualities but one that won’t lock you to the couch.” – Brad420Brad

Check out the Cheese marijuana strain on THCFinder.Com, and see what people had to say about Cheese, and how Cheese affects various ailments.

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  1. Cheese is a strain that came about, when a group of squaters in the
    uk (Birmingham iirc), grew a pack of Skunk #1 seeds, and soon realised
    that 1 was very different to the rest. This was the original Cheese.
    It was kept by the squatters, and cuttings were made free and available
    to anybody who wanted them. It had nothing to do with Royal dutch
    genetics, and was not, as somebody suggests from the US. It was however
    sent to the US in the 80’s, when Exodus made the cuttings available to
    all.

    As only 1 female ever existed, only cuttings could be obtained. As a
    result, all available Cheese strains from seed are not 100% Cheese, and
    breeders are doing what they can to bring these crosses back closer to
    the original Cheese.

    Recently, seeds have become available from the original Cheese line,
    through some of the people involved from the begining, but if you
    research a little, it seems the story behind them being produced has
    been questioned and so they may also be hybrids of the original Cheese.

    As already mentioned here, all cheese strains today, do not seem to
    be as good as they were years ago. That all comes down to the fact pure
    cheese is gone, finished, probably forever. A few old mother plants,
    or cuttings from old stock do exist but they arent going to bring pure
    cheese back from the brink of extinction.

  2. This whole page is nothing but crap.

    Cheese is a strain that came about, when a group of squaters in the uk (Birmingham iirc), grew a pack of Skunk #1 seeds, and soon realised that 1 was very different to the rest. This was the original Cheese. It was kept by the squatters, and cuttings were made free and available to anybody who wanted them. It had nothing to do with Royal dutch genetics, and was not, as somebody suggests from the US. It was however sent to the US in the 80’s, when Exodus made the cuttings available to all.

    As only 1 female ever existed, only cuttings could be obtained. As a result, all available Cheese strains from seed are not 100% Cheese, and breeders are doing what they can to bring these crosses back closer to the original Cheese.

    Recently, seeds have become available from the original Cheese line, through some of the people involved from the begining, but if you research a little, it seems the story behind them being produced has been questioned and so they may also be hybrids of the original Cheese.

    As already mentioned here, all cheese strains today, do not seem to be as good as they were years ago. That all comes down to the fact pure cheese is gone, finished, probably forever. A few old mother plants, or cuttings from old stock do exist but they arent going to bring pure cheese back from the brink of extinction.

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  4. dontfearPuffReaper on

    No ur wrong Mr. Bogart,
    you are describing the corp medical mj they wish they had going ,
    such sales pitch going on with the description you think, lol,

    yep Jason is 100% right and to add further insult to the original strain of the Cheese (a Skunk cross w/ Ortega Indica,) this is a original old NorCal Strain from the early 80’s,sent over the pond as a cut in the 90’s
    Now back to today :
    some doehead put skunk back into it ! Nothing like inbreeding back the same genes so smart,but thats old stoners doing it it was not medical then as they pitch now from over there.

    Now in time and i have done the cheese and i must agree with many,
    its losing the original standard strength and vigor, just another commercial poor copy corp junk imo from the Dam’s 35+ yrs of poor breeding habits.It’s nothing like the old seed, just like what is happening to cookies, for that strain, look at the old sour works out there,it’s 10 in 100 gets thats flav kinda like the Indy bubble gotta look,

    the OG cut of cookie is so old now, and the version’s of that strain,
    someone used up or lost that original Humboldt seed i heard out there.Has to start over being made, ground up, even with the seed to breed it, not everything is the same,
    so it will be gone after a while, nothing pure as they say,so kinda hard to come up with the exact version again the problem with cuts only or use of female seed,not really a natural order of things.

    Friend, Its all bout the $$$$ for them, so you now have female seeds for more money and sales of GMO seeds lol ruining the gene pool for greed, female seeds = GMO stuff to stay away from.

    My rule and simple rule of thumb I go bye and taught by the OG’s of growing of the 50’s &60’s ;

    1.) If it cant be found and it’s a mystery and only a cut or female only than it should be stayed away from,

    2.) Never it should not be trusted in the gene pool, in organics we would suspect it if not already going in the direction of hemmie gear,
    all by accident and caused by someone who’s only interested in filling their pockets, not exceeding the cannabis gene pool correctly.

    Stay away from those breeders and those f2 copy breeders like Tahoe oG guy who goofed his Tahoe cut by breeding one male into everything (strains) he collected lol too much – ROFL again,
    real breeding there, So –

    I myself like the honesty in the breeding of strains and no use of chemicals at all.,
    Keeping it organic & natural always is the best.

    Pure Vida !!!!!

  5. Sorry Jason but your not quite right, for I do love cheese myself.

    Cheese feminized marijuana is a dominant indica crossbreed of mysterious
    origin that has dominated the British marijuana grow scene for more
    than 15 years. For a long time, her formula was so well-guarded that no
    one could buy seeds, but now you can!
    Cheese marijuana is a vigorous, medium high, multi- branched
    plant with a great bud to leaf ratio. She’ll produce a huge center cola
    (top bud) overflowing with THC crystals and sticky resin. With proper
    care, her yield is legendary. She can grow outdoors, but flowers earlier
    inside. Her density makes her great for sea of green (SOG) systems.
    Novice and first-time growers like her, as do commercial growers and
    connoisseur.
    As you probably guessed, Cheese marijuana plants emit a
    potent, musky cheddar cheese scent (with a woody edge). Her flavor and
    smoke are strong, but not overly, with an under layer of spice and
    skunk. Her high is long lasting, a sense of euphoria that builds very
    pleasantly.

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