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About this Hybrid Strain
Jungle Cheese is a pungent, sativa-dominant strain created by crossing the ever popular Original Glue (GG #4) and the potent Sativa, Juju OG. Not to be confused with Jungle Cheese V2, this version has a pungent, old cheese odor, with hints of cedar and citrus. It tastes better than it smells, possessing a tangy orange flavor.
The bright nuggets are made up of lime and neon-green leaves, loaded with patches of long tangerine pistils. A sticky coat of golden trichomes give the buds a yellow finish.
Jungle Cheese reportedly invigorates the user with energy, providing cerebral stimulation. Users report a psychedelic-like euphoria, with some experiencing cross sensory stimulation. Here, users describe being able to see the notes in music or feel the warmth in a color, similar to experiences described by those with Synesthesia. Focusing may be difficult, as the mind reportedly tends to drift, making Jungle Cheese better suited for creative brainstorming than structured tasks. The mind-muscle connection reportedly becomes enhanced, which may be beneficial to those users engaging in an exercise class or physical activity.
Jungle Cheese is believed to have been created by Julian Marley’s company "Juju Royal," and is often found around the Las Vegas area under the Greenway Medical banner. Caution is recommended, as this potent hybrid can test up to 28% THC, which can be too strong for novice users.
Frequently Asked Questions About Jungle Cheese
- What is Jungle Cheese?
Jungle Cheese is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain, known for it’s pungent old cheese aroma and stimulating effects.
- What does Jungle Cheese mean?
Jungle Cheese means that this Juju OG and Gorilla Glue cross smells more like cheese than glue, so the moniker Jungle Cheese prevailed.
- Where does Jungle Cheese come from?
Jungle Cheese comes from crossing Gorilla Glue #4 (Original Glue) with Juju OG.
- What does Jungle Cheese smell like?
Jungle Cheese smells like old cheese with hints of orange-citrus and cedar.
- What does Jungle Cheese taste like?
Jungle Cheese tastes like sour cheese and orange citrus, with hints of cedar.
- What color does Jungle Cheese have?
The Jungle Cheese buds are made up of lime-green leaves loaded with patches of long tangerine pistils. The sticky coat of golden trichome hairs adds streaks of bright yellow.
- What effects does Jungle Cheese have?
According to consumers, Jungle Cheese provides an energy boost, combined with cerebral stimulation. Users report a psychedelic-like euphoria, with some experiencing cross sensory stimulation. Focusing may be difficult, as the mind reportedly tends to drift, with some finding an increased mind-muscle connection.
- Is Jungle Cheese an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Jungle Cheese is a sativa-dominant hybrid, approximately 60% Sativa and 40% Indica.