40% SATIVA – 60% INDICA
THC: 24,58% CBD: 0,60% CBN: 0,19%
Selected Skunk phenotype (clone only strain from the UK).
Green House Seed Co. is the official producer of the original Bid Buddha Seeds Cheese.
Very stoned, long lasting. It is a slow creeper but very intense.
Medicinally effective in pain therapy, appetite stimulation and against insomnia.
8 weeks, with a yield up to 800 gr/m2.
Good for SCRoG.
Ready at the end of September (North hemisphere) with a production up to 800 gr/plant.
Branchy plant with vine-like growth, needs full support.
The GH Cheese has been one of the most iconic strains in the Cannabis world since the 80’s and will most likely remain a staple of the Cannabis scene for many more years. Originally selected in the UK from some Skunk seeds, it quickly became the most popular flower in the UK, then reached Amsterdam, where it immediately founds its place in the hearts of customers. Very famous for its characteristic pungent smell, and we are happy and proud to be able to still offer this strain to every grower. A real piece of history.
The GH Cheese has a beautiful skunky structure typical of the Cheese plant. It’s pine-tree-shaped with a medium internodal length. The branches can sometimes stretch a little bit depending on how much light the plants receive, but they will be strong enough to hold the weight of those beautiful flowers.
The flowers of the Cheese have a beautiful conic shape; some phenotypes can express some beautiful foxtailing by the end of flowering, giving it that beautiful aspect covered in pungent trichomes. The resin is very sticky and will fill the room with its smell every time you touch it.
The effects of the GH Cheese are strong and long-lasting. At first the taste will fill your palate, covering your tongue and whole mouth with that skunky feeling, and on the exhale some beautiful earthy and sugary notes will combine with the power of the high. A great smoke for live shows and festivals or just to have a good time with your friends and family.
1st Seeds Company HTCC 2006.
1st Spannabis 2013