UK Cheese strain

UK Cheese


UK Cheese is a hybrid marijuana strain consisting of 80% Indica and 20% Sativa. It was initially called Exodus Cheese, a name it inherited after the breeder Exodus. It was later renamed after its smell and taste of UK Cheese. UK Cheese has about 20% THC level and near-zero CBD. Its lineage is still a secret, but many believe UK Cheese is a phenotype of Skunk #1, also bred by Exodus.

UK Cheese has attractive foliage and buds that are not structured as other marijuana buds. It has large, fluffy buds with cylindrical shapes, unlike most marijuana strains that produce spade-shaped buds. The leaves are typically dark with shades of forest green and have orange pistils twisting through them like tendrils. Also, a light coating of sticky trichomes covers the buds, giving an overall wet, dewy appearance.

UK Cheese marijuana strain is mainly grown from clones as opposed to seedlings. This is the best approach, even for inexperienced growers. It doesn’t need an overly advanced growing technique to perform well on soil or hydroponic setup. But if you have experience, you can also try the Sea of Green method. The plant takes about 8-9 weeks to flower.

UK Cheese is a very pungent flower, giving off a tangy and slightly sweet odor comparable to blue cheese. If you break the buds, they reveal damp and earthy notes. These scents also manifest in the flavor. This cannabis strain has a strong, sour taste that turns sharper on the exhale. The aftertaste is very eerily, comparable to the supermarket cheese crisps.

UK Cheese has a balanced effect that kicks in with a euphoric, energetic high that settles into physical relaxation. The high starts with slight tingles around the eye zones and temple. These are immediately followed by enhanced or amplified senses that make you more creative and energetic. You will not have improved focus for your work, but you will feel motivated to perform mundane tasks.

UK Cheese is best for treating the symptoms of insomnia, appetite loss, asthma, chronic pain, anxiety, migraines, etc.

Positive effects

  • Sedating
  • Euphoric
  • Relaxing
  • Energy-boosting
  • Improving focus

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
  • Dizziness
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