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Sweet Cheese XL Auto Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
15% to 20%
Indoors 375 to 600 g/m2, Outdoors 45 to 190 g/plant
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
8 weeks
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
75 to 140 cm
Cheese, Spicy, Sweet, Lemon

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Sweet Cheese XL Auto Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet Cheese XL Auto has a nice balance of being an automatic flowering strain. It also comes from the original Sweet Cheese strain, which was crossbred to Sweet Cheese Auto cannabis type.

It grows tall and lengthens its stem in various phenotypes. It is known and remarkable in its effects and sweet, cheese aroma. Its genetics have influenced this strain to have the ability to produce high quality and well-balanced amount of flowers and thick resins.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Cheese XL Auto?

The flavors of this strain are a mimic to its original lineage, which are sweet, cheesy with spice, and soft lemon touches. It brings a good high of Sativa, which is psychedelic, euphoric, and uplifting. It also produces a deep relaxing Indica effect.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet Cheese XL Auto?

The medical effects of this strain are beneficial and effective mostly to chronic pains and other mild body pains in the body. It numbs pain and treats arthritis, migraine, inflammation, and muscle spasms. It also brings relief to stress and depression.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet Cheese XL Auto?

The negative effects of this strain are evident in your behavior. You can expect to have a confused mind, hallucinations, and dizziness. It does not stay constant but expects it to experience from time to time. Also, you may notice dry lips and eyes.

How to Grow Sweet Cheese XL Auto?

Growing a Sweet Cheese XL Auto is easy for novice and expert. It easily thrives and grows tall, which is applicable to be grown in a normal process. However, since it stretches a lot, it needs more nutrients and vitamins. It is also suitable to be prune and cut to produce more buds on its branches. It grows in dry areas but is not recommended to be exposed in hot sunlight. Make sure to provide water daily.


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