BC Cheese

BC Cheese Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8-9 weeks
Humid and Warm
Growing Difficulty
strong cheese taste

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BC Cheese Marijuana Seeds Information

BC Cheese is an indica dominant hybrid that came from the variety of genetic parents of Skunk #1 and UK Cheese. The genetic parents of this strain have already beginning to achieve worldwide credit and thus the prominent characteristics of these parents passed on to BC Cheese.

What are the Flavor and Effects of BC Cheese?

BC Cheese is everything which all cheese enthusiast will die for and crave for more because of its powerful cheesy scent and taste. The serious high with a cheesy flavor is very persuasive making it tough to set a finger on this excellent option for consumers. It will leave you grinning and craving each hit. It could also make you feel relaxed and hungry at the same time.

What are the medical benefits of BC Cheese?

It is best to strain for patients and people suffering from heavy pain discomfort. It helps to manage the pain and to ease away all the stress you are feeling. It could also easily swift away any depressing thoughts and worries of the future.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from BC Cheese?

Anticipate that once the BC Cheese is ingested in your body, you may feel the dryness of the mouth and itchiness around the eyes. This is common to most and should be nothing worry. Just keep a glass of water nearby to prevent dehydration. When ingested at a higher dosage, you could feel a slight headache along with paranoia and a feeling of lightheadedness.

How to Grow BC Cheese?

It can thrive bushily that gives it a suitable setting for the screen of green technique. This can increase the plants’ production. It achieves adequately either in soil or hydroponic setup. The strain is great to plant for amateur cultivators. Just maintain a temperature of around 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Despite that, it can still deal with humidity instabilities.

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