A predominantly sativa cannabis plant (70% sativa/30% indica), Sweet Cheese’s long, pepper-shaped nugs smells a lot like, well, sweet cheese. Think a French or Italian wheel of cheese with bits of berries or cherries embedded in the cream line. When burned, this strain tastes very much like it smells: delicious.
Lab tests put its potency at 18-21% THC.
Besides the olfactory and flavor experience of Sweet Cheese, it does have other perks, too. Smokers will find it lightens moods and can bring on a fit of giggles. It can bring on a heady high without too much sedation, and some smokers find it can stimulate hunger but not a ravenous case of munchies. It may also work well for minor pains or inflammation.
The most commonly reported side effect from Sweet Cheese is cottonmouth, though some smokers may discover it causes some paranoia or anxiety, especially in higher doses.
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A product of Sweet Seeds, Sweet Cheese is a cross between Black Jack and Cheese.