Cheese Quake

Cheese Quake

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
16% to 18%
Yield
Indoor yield at 16 ounces per square meter and Outdoor yield at 18 ounces or more per plant
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Strain Information

This mostly indica hybrid is a cross between the pungent Cheese and the fruity Querkle strains. It combines the best elements of its parents, and this resulted in a smooth strain with a THC combination of between 16% to 18% as well as a high that is evenly mental and physical. This strain was created by Subcool’s The Dank Seeds. The buds in this strain are small to medium in size. The leaves are mossy green in color and are covered with hairy orange pistils and white trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Cheese Quake?

The scent of this strain is bold and pungent similar to its Cheese parent. It smells sour with strong hints of grapes. Some people might find the odor as something that needs getting used to. Conversely, this strain has flavors that are agreeable to many. It tastes cheesy and sweet with grape undertones.

Cheese Quake’s effects hit smokers quickly. It starts with a tingle around the eyes and the forehead that leads to a slight uptick in mood and sharpening of senses. The mental buzz lasts for a number of minutes before the physical body high starts to manifest. As high progress, smokers will start feeling their bodies relax. This soothing indica calm creeps slowly before turning into a numbing full-body high.

What are the Medicinal Benefits of Cheese Quake?

Just as the recreational effects of this strain are wide-ranging, its medicinal benefits are also extensive. This strain works magic on the body and is amazing in helping the muscles relax. Combined with the mental high, this makes the Cheese Quake the ideal bud in managing stress levels and mental health conditions, such as depression and even PTSD. Patients with attention deficit disorders (ADD and ADHD) can also benefit from its mental buzz that increases focus and lucidity. Finally, its full numbing physical effects tend to lull users to sleep. Those who suffer from mild cases of insomnia will find this strain especially helpful at the end of the day.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cheese Quake?

Whether used for recreational and medicinal purposes, it is a good idea to keep a water source nearby when smoking this cannabis strain. A common side effect from the Cheese Quake strain is cottonmouth as well as dry and itchy eyes. Other negative effects that are not as common include a slight increase in the levels of anxiety, which usually happens to novice users who consume too much.

How to Grow Cheese Quake?

The Cheese Quake hybrid is better grown in indoor settings. However, the plant can grow relatively high, and up to 6 feet tall, so regular trimming and topping are required. It should also be provided the needed headspace for it to reach its full potential. Lastly, it is important to monitor the nutrients, including sunlight, humidity, and ventilation, it requires for it to thrive well.