Blue Cheese: The Zenith of Sweet Indica
This beautiful lady delivers heavy effects backed by 15 to 20% THC. It will aid you to relax at the end of the day while at the same time enjoying its delicious taste and smell.
While some breeders aim at creating maximum THC levels, some chase taste. Blue Cheese chases taste. They were looking to make an extrinsic terpene profile and exceptional taste. It is a product of a Blueberry male and a UK Cheese female. The candied and delicious aroma of berry and cheese blend to form a smooth, unique taste nostalgic of the initial Cheese.
Effect of Blue Cheese
Have you ever wrapped yourself in a warm, furry cosy blanket when it is cold? Do you remember the relief it gave? That is is the effect of Blue Cheese. The strain engulfs you with a feeling of relaxation shortly after you a few puffs of smoke or vapour. Your mind drops or stressful thoughts and focuses on better calming thoughts. You move from the norm and join an endless cosmic dance.
The strain is known to provide some therapeutic benefits. Users have associated it with pain relief and lifting depression. It also helps individuals who have lost appetite.
With THC levels averaging at 19%, the euphoric state it gives lasts for a few hours. It is great for evenings with friends around a campfire or gazing at the stars. It is a real conversation kicker.
Flavor and Aroma
Blue Cheese is one with a rich, diverse terpene profile. Ones inhaled, the smoke hits you with hints of sugared blueberry and astute, musky, putrid details smelling like cheese. While it is an unfamiliar scent, it is found in Cheese strains. It is appealing and revolting at the same time.
The taste takes the same elements as the smell with a hint of berry sweetness at a distant. In some instances, you may feel the flavour of earthiness that is sharp. It complements the sweet taste of blue cheese. The appearance of the bud is dense, purple-tinged flowers with an ordinary resin coverage.
Cultivation of Blue Cheese is simple. Beginners could easily care for this lady into maturity. It is not sensitive to most things and does well in mild conditions. It gives a good yield, whether planted indoors or outdoors. Indoors it can produce a yield of 550g/m2 at a matured height of 160cm. The flowering period is 7 to 8 weeks. Outside, it can grow up to 2 metres giving a yield of 550g/plant.
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