The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain named Head Cheese produces cone-shaped buds that are light green, covered with a thin frosty layer of crystal trichomes and sparse fiery orange pistils. Its scent and taste are of both sharp cheese and lemon with hints of spice.
THC levels average around 25%, so novice consumers take heed. Head Cheese’s effects offer the consumer relief from a variety of conditions such as migraines, inflammation, and aches & pains throughout the body’s muscles and joints. Though sativa-dominant, this strain may cause couch-lock or sedation, so consuming in the evenings or at night is recommended. Both body and mind relax as mood improves, and creativity blossoms before feelings of sleepiness overcome concentration.
Adverse side-effects besides typical dry mouth and eyes include a headache and anxiousness when consuming above tolerance levels.
It takes between nine and ten weeks for Head Cheese to flower fully.
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Head Cheese is the product of combining the genetics of the popular hybrid strains Headband and Cheese.