Black Cheese Strain Review
Blue cheese is for anyone who wants a strain that is a certified couch locker. It is one of those must-try strains that can provide you with deep body relaxation. Black Cheese is also known for its classic cheese and unique pungent aroma. This is definitely for everyone who loves cheesy and spicy aromatic buds. This is not your ordinary strain since this Black Cheese can truly knock you out within a few tokes. Black Cheese is a cross between the famous Black OG and Big Buddha Cheese.
Type: Indica-Dominant Hybrid, 85% Indica / 15% Sativa
Flowering: 8 to 10 weeks
Climate: Warm and temperate
Flavors: Classic cheese, pungent, earthy, dank, peppery
THC Level: 15% to 21%
Height: Medium to tall
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Effects of Black Cheese?
The effects of Black Cheese is quick acting and can give you a very satisfying full-body relaxation within a few minutes. The effects of Black Cheese is long lasting and this is why many users love this strain. This strain can also give you strong yet pleasurable deep stoney feeling. The relaxation that Black Cheese brings to you is bone-deep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Black Cheese?
Black Cheese is great for relieving mild to severe headaches. Since the effects of this strain linger in your limbs, expect pain, arthritis, and muscle spasms to go away. This strain is also helpful in helping individuals, especially cancer patients, who are suffering from lack of appetite. Black Cheese is also the perfect strain to help you get a better quality strain. This is why many insomniacs are using this strain.
What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Black Cheese?
Expect mild headaches after smoking Black Cheese. It is also possible that you will experience dryness of eyes and mouth after smoking Black Cheese. You are encouraged to have some water near you when smoking this hybrid.
Tips for Growing Black Cheese
Black Cheese can be grown both indoors and outdoors. It is essential that you are able to provide Black Cheese the right humidity and temperature when you are planting them indoors. You should also make sure that you supply them enough and equal distribution of light.