Super Cheese Haze

Super Cheese Haze Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
18%
Yield
400 to 500 grams per square meter
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
70 days
Climate
Tropical and Cool
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Average
Flavors
Haze, Cheesy, Citrus, Earthy, and Floral

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Super Cheese Haze Marijuana Seeds Information

Super Cheese Haze is notoriously known in England for its superpowers when it comes to medicinal contributions. This weed exists by fusing two famous strains, Super Silver Haze and Cheese. Many cannabis users go-to this Marijuana for occasional or daily consumption. It provides an extraordinary high that provides users ardent enthusiasm to work on what needs to done urgently.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Super Cheese Haze

Smoking this weed puts forward the tang of haze and cheese delights in your tongue while releasing citrus, earthy and floral scents. It gives an additional dose to energy consumers. First, it arouses the mind to make you alert, followed by the euphoria that gives you good vibes. For that reason, this strain is suitable if you seek to become creative and productive throughout the day.

What are the medical benefits of Super Cheese Haze?

Super Cheese Haze is a great medical Marijuana. The high stay up to four hours and lets you experience a particularly happy feeling and a peaceful state of mind. It is perfect for medical users who fight with anxiety, chronic stress, and manages depression. Moreover, it reduces the impact of patients with PTSD.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Super Cheese Haze

The moderate use of this strain is important. Some adverse effects when smoking this weed include red eyes, cottonmouth, dizziness, and a rare chance of paranoia.

How to Grow Super Cheese Haze?

Topping and SOG methods can help shape the height of this strain and optimize yield.

To grow this cannabis, growers suggest having an administrative area. It is a good thing that the plant is naturally immune against botrytis, mildew, and the cold. To protect its development against rough climate or weather, you should secure temporary enclosures to avoid the breaking of its branches.

 

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