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About this Hybrid Strain
The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain named Head Cheese produces dense cone-shaped buds that are typically light green, covered with a frosty layer of crystal trichomes and sparse but vivid orange pistils. It gets its name from the sharp scent of cheese it emits, having undertones of both lemon and spice resonating within it. However, its taste is much more earthy than cheesy or citrusy.
Headcheese is the product of combining the genetics of two popular strains 707 Headband and UK Cheese. THC levels average around 25%, so novice consumers should go slow with this one as it might put you immediately to sleep or in couch-lock if you consume too much according to reviewers. Consumers say the effects of Head Cheese can offer relief from a variety of conditions such as migraines, inflammation, and aches or pains throughout the body’s muscles and joints. Though it’s sativa-dominant, this strain may sedate, so consuming in the evenings or at night is recommended. Both body and mind relax simultaneously as mood improves, and creativity blossoms before feelings of sleepiness overcome concentration.
Head Cheese is also a nice strain to try with friends as it can help inspire creative conversations. Some users report experiencing better focus, though this does fade as sleepiness takes over.
Cultivators say this strain may best be suited for more experienced growers. Whether raised indoor or outdoor, successful growers will be rewarded with buds ready for harvest after 9-10 weeks.
Frequently Asked Questions About Head Cheese
- What is Head Cheese?
Head Cheese is a sativa-dominant strain that gets its name from the dense cone-shaped buds.
- Where does Head Cheese come from?
Head Cheese is a cross of 707 Headband and UK Cheese
- What does Head Cheese smell like?
Head Cheese unlike its name has a quite pleasant citrus and pine aroma to it that is both earthy, sweet and a little spicy
- What does Head Cheese taste like?
Head Cheese has more of an earthy and nutty flavor about it than a sweet one. So earthy that some find it comparable to cheese that has a spicy finish.
- What color does Head Cheese have?
Head Cheese is pale green in color and has vibrant orange pistils all over each bud. Its has a thin coating of amber toned trichromes that dull the color of the buds down and make it appear dusty.
- What effects does Head Cheese have?
Medical Reviewers of Head Cheese love it for its ability to provide relief for an array and combination of conditions or ailments. Some of those include but are not limited to; migraines, inflammation, aches/pains and insomnia. Fans of Head Cheese say that its effects are first felt in the mind as any mental fog clears while your mood improves. It is both a stimulating as well as a relaxing strain and said to be best enjoyed by many in a group setting.
- Is Head Cheese an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Head Cheese is a sativa-dominant hybrid.