Sweet cheese is a sativa-dominant strain (70%Sativa/30%Indica) created with high THC levels and a low CBD content. It’s often described as having an “old-school” smell, but it doesn’t smell like any particular type of food. The taste of sweet cheese strain is similar to its aroma—sweet, earthy, and slightly chocolaty. Producing long feeling of relaxation after smoking while others say it makes them feel energized and creative. This strain is most effective when used as an edible or in tinctures or oils. It’s mainly used to treat anxiety and depression, as well as insomnia. It also has many other medical benefits.
What Strain Is Sweet Cheese?
The lineage is a cross between Cheese and Black Jack parent strains bred by Sweet Seeds.
Long and narrow grape-shaped forest green buds with orange hairs and a frosty layer of white trichomes crystal resin. The flower nugs are covered in bright purple leaves.
The sweet cheese weed strain tastes like the name implies—sweet! As far as flavors go, there aren’t many other ones to describe beyond this one adjective. If you want something more complex in terms of taste then this might not be the best option for you.
The aroma is typically earthy and pungent (as mentioned above), which is common among indica strains like this one.
Sweet Cheese Strain Effects:
It starts with a bit of cerebral energy, which isn’t enough to make it a daytime strain, but rather just enough to get you out of your head a bit and into the moment. As your headspace clears, your body will slowly ease into relaxation, starting with your muscles and working its way down through the rest of your body until you’re left feeling completely relaxed without being incapacitated. The positive effects strain offers can last anywhere from 1 hour to 2 hours depending on how much THC was present when you consumed it. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effect so have some eye drops and drinks ready.
The strain’s high THC content makes it an ideal choice for those who are looking to treat pain and inflammation, including those who suffer from chronic pain or migraines. It’s also been shown to have some benefits in treating ADHD, PTSD, and stress-related disorders. These are suggestions and are not intended as professional medical advice.