Blue Cheese has always been an interesting strain. While the aroma of strain is heavily rooted on the genetic side of the Cheese, a strong berry twist does play its part in creating a savory taste which has become a favorite to many. This Indica dominant (80%) will leave you feeling both relaxed and uplifted, making the strain a good choice for a mid-day toke.
The original Blue Cheese is a cross between the Blueberry and UK Cheese. Just as the Cheese, this strain is easy to grow and is sure to produce a high amounts of yield, given that you give your plants all they need. Flowering takes just 8-9 weeks; outside your plant will be ready to harvest by the end of September. The Blue Cheese plant is of medium height and will thrive in a sub-tropic climate.
Once in a while you may question the content of your weed, right? This is a strain which makes you do exactly that: after a few big hits you will feel on the borderline of a psychedelic trip. You will get thrown in a spacey vibe where all you will want to do is listen to your favorite records while you nibble on your favorite snacks. Some distortion in your sight may also be noticed. Generally, euphoria is also part of the Blue Cheese experience.
A recent lab test shows the Blue Cheese to have a THC content of about 17%. All other cannabinoid tested insignificant amounts except for the CBGa with 1.1%. On this particular test, the total terpenes weight came out at 1.15%.
The Blue Cheese is frequently used to help against stress, anxiety and insomnia, suggesting the strain has strong sedative properties. Symptoms of ADHD/ADD and PTSD have also been targeted with good results. Some patients of Tourette’s even report a relieve of ticks after ingesting the Blue Cheese.
As mentioned before this strain might make you feel spacey/trippy which can be a side effect if you want to stay clear-headed. Apart from that, you may get dry mouth and eyes.
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