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Sweet Cheese Auto Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
15% to 20%
Indoor 350 to 550 g/m2, Outdoor 35 to 175 g/plant
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
8 weeks
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
60 to 110 cm
Sweet, Spicy Cheese, Lemons

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Sweet Cheese Auto Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet Cheese Auto is a result of the selected genetics of crossbred Sweet Cheese strains and the Fast Bud Auto strain. It is a special plant with great potential. It bears a sweet aroma and produces massive yields.

It adapts to an outdoor and indoor environment. It also produces nice, intact buds that great potency and resins covering the entire nugs. You can expect this strain to deliver only the best of both Indica and Sativa.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Cheese Auto?

This marijuana gives a strong sweet, spicy cheese and soft hints of lemon tastes, especially when smoked. It is more on a Sativa when it comes to its effect, and it is psychedelic, uplifting, and relaxing.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet Cheese Auto?

Medical users have used this strain to treat patients with depression, insomnia, anorexia, chronic pains, vomiting, inflammation, and PTSD. It is a good and effective painkiller and neuro-relaxant.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet Cheese Auto?

You can expect negative effects that show more mentally or in your behavior. It also has physical side effects like dryness of the mouth, pale skin, dry and slight redness of the eyes. It can make you experience mood swings, hallucinations, paranoia, and dizziness.

How to Grow Sweet Cheese Auto?

The Sweet Cheese Auto is a strain that commonly grows in any environmental setup. It is good even for novice growers due to its natural easy to grow trait. It only takes 2 months to see good results but reaches its harvesting stage in 8 weeks. It is suitable for topping, hydroponic, or SOG growing mediums. Make sure to use less-chemical vitamins if provided with one. Since its buds are heavy, you can use stakes for support.


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