Exodus Cheese Strain History
Exodus Cheese cannabis strain is a popular Skunk #1 phenotype originating in Great Britain during the mid-90s. Even in the booming cannabis sector, ExCheese continues to remain relevant amongst the plethora of current strains. ExCheese is mostly known for its strong cheesy smell and high THC content. Keeping this in mind, ExCheese is considerably potent and not suggested for novice cannabis users. Exodus Cheese has a faster flowering time and produces higher yields than her Skunk parent strains.
Exodus Cheese has large, fluffy forest green buds. The leaves spring off their calyxes with a sticky jacket of trichomes covering the buds leaving a dewy appearance. The crystals stick to your fingers and everything else you touch.
Even though the name hints at what to expect, Exodus Cheese can still be surprising to some. These buds have a funky blue cheese aroma with notes of fresh bread, skunk, and black pepper. The flavor is clean and slightly citrus with a mouth-watering blueberry sweetness on the exhale. Breaking open the buds and the smell becomes incredibly complex. There are sour earthy and exotic lavender notes to round out the mix.
Exodus Cheese Terpenes
ExCheese terpenes combine with cannabinoids providing an active and cheerful feeling that’s physically relaxing. The terpenes have an intense aroma, a sweet citrus flavor and are very Skunk-like with touches of mature cheese and incense. The prominent terpenes in Exodus Cheese are caryophyllene, linalool, limonene, myrcene, menthol, pinene, nerolidol, and cineol.
Cannabinoids like THC and CBD, are said to have significant therapeutic value. Provided that when used properly, it can relieve patients of the symptoms of numerous ailments. Exodus Cheese has an average THC content of 18% with CBD ordinarily around 0.3%. Some of ExCheese’s medicinal qualities include reducing inflammation from arthritis, calming headaches and muscle spasms. Additionally the initial head high from the THC may also provide comfort for sufferers of chronic depression and other mental health issues like PTSD.
The effects of ExCheese manifest with gentle pressure and warmth in the forehead. Followed by a loosening of the muscles and a pleasant relaxed sensation. Exodus Cheese has a psychoactive effect that leaves you slightly buzzy and loose with a case of the giggles. The high lasts rather long compared to other strains. ExCheese can cause serious laziness and couch lock.
Growing Exodus Cheese Seeds
Most Skunk varieties are known for their vigorous growth, and ExCheese is no exception. It’s a tall plant with sturdy branches that stand tall against strong gusts and perfectly capable of supporting the massive buds. Topping the plant is essential for keeping it short if space is limited. Indoors, you can use soil or hydro as the plant is highly versatile. The Screen of Green technique can be beneficial when cultivating this particular strain. After 7 to 9 weeks of flowering ExCheese produces 22-25oz/m2. If growing outdoors, this strain prefers a sunny Mediterranean-type climate. It becomes fully mature by early October in the northern hemisphere, and each plant can give 28 ounces come harvest time.