Buy Blue Cheese Strain
Blue Cheese is an indica cross created by crossing a Blueberry male with an original U.K. Cheese (a Skunk #1 phenotype) female. The sweet and savory smells of berry and blue cheese combine to create a creamy, unique flavor reminiscent of the original Cheese. The heavy effects will help you feel relaxed at the end of the day and can provide relief for muscle spasms, pain, and stress.
Blue Cheese Review: Aroma, Flavor, and Appearance
Probably the number one most defining factor of Blue Cheese cannabis is its intriguing aroma and flavor, which is oddly reminiscent of, you guessed it… actual cheese. In fact, the aftertaste produces a slight sourness much like that of Parmesan or Gouda.
Unlike the aroma, the flavor of Blue Cheese is on the sweeter side, with most of the sourness pulling an escape act during the combustion process. Inhalation is typically sweet and delicious, with exhalation becoming musky, earthy, and sometimes spicy (but always pungent).
Appearance-wise, the Blue Cheese strain has a subtle blueish-purple undertone, with the sugar leaves exposing angelic-like hues of pastel violets.
Overall, the buds are pretty resin-coated, producing a glistening and sugary appearance that can make any stoner’s mouth water with anticipation.
The flowers of Blue Cheese weed are typically various shades of yellow/green and contain streaks of sandy orange pistils (fine hairs) that are ultra curly and tightly wound.
The water leaves are usually a wide range of colors, presenting themselves as any shade from deep green to deep purple, causing the variety of hues for this strain to be especially prominent. All in all, this is a strain that’s as visually appealing as it is palatable.
Medical Benefits of Blue Cheese Weed
One of the quintessential strains for managing chronic stress levels, lack of appetite, chronic pain, and insomnia, Blue Cheese weed has medicinal effects that are typically characteristic of indica strains. However, this strain usually does not cause immediate onset of a desire for sleep, but rather comes on mildly as the high progresses.
Most patients that use Blue Cheese for pain choose to consume a dose that is larger than average, in order to maximize the healing benefits of its effects.
Patients with psychological conditions can also discover real relief from the Blue Cheese strain, as individuals suffering from depression, PTSD, ADHD, and anxiety have all found helpful, potentially life-changing amounts of therapy.
Possible Negative Effects of Blue Cheese
Although the Blue Cheese strain has a sizeable THC content, due to its calming and serene indica genetics it does not tend to produce THC-induced paranoia or anxiety for consumers that are prone to this occurring.
This is of course great news for all, as it makes Blue Cheese a suitable strain for a wide variety of individuals – and greater diversity in the marijuana world is usually a positive thing.
Primarily, consumers of Blue Cheese have reported cottonmouth (dry mouth) and dry eyes, which is, of course, typical of most any ganja strain. Both of these negative side effects are manageable with a little extra preparation, as you can drink plenty of hydrating fluids before, during and after your high, and also keep moisturizing eye drops close on hand.