A 60/40 sativa hybrid, Exodus Cheese is infamous for its odor. Reeking of aged cheddar, blue cheese, or dirty feet, this stain has a strong, pungent, even stinky aroma. The flavors include a strong, sweet earthiness with just a hint of blueberry or fruit undertones. The strong aromas and flavors suggests a broad terpene profile, which is why this strain packs such a potent effect.
A nicely balanced hybrid, this strain offers both mental euphoria coupled with a relaxing body effect perfect for a plethora of medical ailments and conditions.
While seeds are non-existent, this clone-only strain has proliferated across the globe. The plant is quick to flower, only needing 7-9 weeks indoors and ready for harvest in early fall (September) outdoors. Impressive yields, Exodus Cheese can produce about 20 to 28 ounces per plant, so be prepared to support heavier branches. Also, this is a pungent plant even before the flowering stage which can make discretion an issue for home growers.
Chronic pain does stand a chance against Exodus Cheese, either. A warming, relaxing body effect accompanies the mild cerebral effects which can help with pain, inflammation, and may even help tame pain from spinal cord injury.
Stress, depression, and insomnia may also find relief with Exodus Cheese as its relaxing body effects and foggy mental shroud help ease the body and mind into a deep sleep. Be aware, this strain is also well-known for its appetite-inducing abilities, which make it great for those suffering from anorexia or other wasting disorders.
While the mental effects can be described as hazy, the warm, relaxing body effects may lean this strain a little more towards evening or nighttime. The strain can be somewhat sedating, yet it provides a creative, uplifting cerebral effects.
A good strain for users who have a lower THC tolerance or who may have had anxiety or paranoia, as the effects aren’t intense and may even help newer users become more accustomed to the effects of THC without going overboard.