Super Cheese Genetics
Super Cheese is a heady mix of skunky musk and a pungent Blue Cheese odour that is synonymous with famed cheese strains; however, the genetics of Super Cheese is something of a mystery. This high THC (around 18%) hybrid strain was developed by crossing Cheese with another phenotype. While it isn’t 100% guaranteed, it is assumed that Exodus Cheese could be the source of the unknown lineage.
This combination of predominantly indica strains ensures Super Cheese is an easy to grow cheese cannabis strain with the aroma and flavour that we all know and love, but with a herbal touch on the exhale to set it apart.
Super Cheese Terpene Profile
However, caryophyllene is a little more dominant in these feminised seeds, which adds to the spicy flavour on both inhale and exhale. Caryophyllene is also the only terpene which binds to cannabinoid receptors. This gives the strain medical marijuana potential, with the chance to help with pain-relief and provide possible anti-stress properties. These pain-relieving qualities are also said to be present in the other two primary terpenes found in Super Cheese.
Limonene, which gives a citrus touch to the flavour, is thought to help with pain while myrcene, (the cause of the traditional herbal marijuana aroma) is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties, as well as enhancing the effects of other terpenes.
Super Cheese Effects
As a high THC cheese strain, Super Cheese has a very relaxing, full-body buzz. This is a perfect choice for an evening, or for relaxing on a day off.
Like other primarily indica strains, the terpene profile of Super Cheese has potentially anti-stress and anti-anxiety properties. Limonene and myrcene are thought to cause the euphoric and uplifting effects generated by these potential medical seeds.
This impressive cheese cannabis strain is perfect for those who like to kick back and let their creativity go, although accomplishing anything may have to wait until the morning!
Super Cheese Medical Benefits
The terpene and cannabinoid profiles have the potential to provide these possible cannabis medical seeds with pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory benefits.
Limonene and myrcene are both believed to offer anti-inflammatory benefits, while THC and caryophyllene bind to the body’s cannabinoid receptors which help to regulate pain. Additionally, the relaxing, potentially anti-stress properties of limonene and other terpenes, as well as the high THC content, create go-to medical marijuana for those with anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions.
How to Grow Super Cheese
Super Cheese is a fast flowering, easy to grow cannabis strain. Whether you are an outdoor or indoor cannabis grower, plants can get particularly large, so do ensure that you have enough space for cultivating this behemoth. Dense, resinous buds should start to form within a few weeks, and if you’re growing these marijuana seeds inside, the flowering time will last about 7-9 weeks. Outdoor and greenhouse growers can expect a high yield harvest in early October in the Northern Hemisphere and early April in the South.
An excellent indoor cannabis strain for beginner growers with a fast flowering time, this cup winner is a particular favourite at Dutch coffee shops.
How to Grow Super Cheese Autoflower
Super Cheese Express Auto is even easier to grow than its quick flowering brethren.
With a slightly longer flowering time (8-10 weeks), these auto feminised seeds grow slightly shorter and denser than the regular seeds. You will still get a high yield of white crystal-covered buds, and like the regular seeds, you’ll know it’s ready from the pungent aroma! The THC level can vary when growing the autoflowering seeds (10-15%) compared to the regular cannabis seeds (around 16-18%).