White Cheese Automatic Marijuana Seeds Information
The White Cheese Automatic cannabis strain is an autoflowering plant that was created by combining the genetics of the White Widow autoflowering with the Cheese autoflowering. The result is this highly potent strain with intense cheese flavors, making it a favorite in the cannabis community.
What are the Flavor and Effects of White Cheese Automatic?
This indica dominant autoflowering plant offers a very complex aromatic and flavor profiles. The strain boasts of a powerful cheesy fragrance with skunky undertones. However, because of its White Widow lineage, it offers an earthy and spicy flavor on top of the cheesy taste. When combusted, the cheese flavors mellow out to become an interesting floral taste. This bittersweet floral flavor lingers on the mouth after the last smoke.
Because of its indica dominance, this strain offers a deep physical relaxation with very mild cerebral effects. It is a crowd favorite because, unlike many other indica strains, it does not leave you couchlock and unproductive for the rest of the day. Instead, you will still be able to function throughout the day, even in social settings, but in a calm and euphoric state.
What are the medicinal benefits of White Cheese Automatic?
This strain is great for relieving bodily pains and aches. This includes headaches, migraines, muscle spasms, arthritis, and even menstrual cramps for the ladies. Its mellow cerebral effects are also great when it comes to dealing with symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from White Cheese Automatic?
Dry eyes and dry mouth are common side effects of many cannabis strains, this one including.
How to Grow White Cheese Automatic?
The plant grows up to 120 cm in height, making it a perfect indoor plant. However, it grows well in outdoor spaces as well as long as a dry, warm, and sunny environment are maintained. The plant grows thick and dense, requiring cultivators to keep an eye on the upper branches to ensure that they are trimmed regularly. This is important to ensure that the needed nutrients reach the low growing branches.