Cheese Auto-Flowering Feminized Cannabis Seeds
An Indica-dominant hybrid originating in the UK, Cheese Auto-Flowering feminized cannabis seeds have all the properties of the popular feminized Cheese strain, with the added benefit of an automatic flowering cycle.
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Thanks to the addition of the cannabis species ruderalis, Cheese Auto-Flowering switches from the preliminary vegetative stage to the flowering stage within a few weeks, without any change in daylight hours. This almost magical progression comes from the rougher climate of ruderalis’ native Russia; the plants had to progress through their life cycle without relying on the gradual change of light throughout the summer.
Cheese Autoflower Effects
Despite the indica dominance of Cheese auto-flowering cannabis seeds (they possess 50% Indica genes to 30% Sativa), users of this strain report sativa-like effects – a happy and euphoric high. Once that heady joy has died down, however, Cheese Auto-Flowering ebbs into a strong, couch lock-like sedation and a sense of bliss.
The total-body relaxation of this strain makes it an excellent choice for people suffering chronic or recurring aches and pains, who don’t mind a bit of the famous cannabis “high” along with their relief. In fact, the euphoric sensations carry their own benefits – it is adept at relieving stress and anxiety, and the blissful sedation in the later stages can help you ease into sleep stress-free, treating insomnia as well. An influx in appetite, experienced by some users, makes Cheese a good choice for people struggling with an eating disorder.
Cheese Auto Strain Yield
Cheese auto-flowering cannabis seeds contain a low to moderate amount of THC – about 10% – which means the mental high, while still prevalent, is unlikely to be too intense. Ideal for indoor growing (as most auto-flowering cannabis seed varieties are), Cheese is easy to grow and just 50 to 60 days will elapse between the start of the flowering period, and harvest. You should see a good flower yield from this medium-height strain – as much as 500 grams per square meter.