A rare strain that comes from a long line of mystery, NY Cheese always creates quite the buzz - in more ways than one. Unknown breeders have crossed unknown plants, although it's rumored that this strain stems from Cheese and NYC Diesel. While these parent strains have won awards in their own right, it's still not confirmed where this magical beauty originated. Whoever is to thank, the result is a strain that's slightly funky and highly social.
THC levels that average at 15% make NY Cheese a great option for everyone. As you've probably guessed, the flavors and scents of these buds tend to lean toward a cheesy and diesel combination, while some note hints of pine on the exhale. Yes, it does sound like a weird combination, but that doesn't stop people from craving this strain. Nugs tend to be rather large with a lot of pistils and super sticky resin.
Cerebral effects hit you right away after just a puff or two, with a buzz that starts behind your eyes and washes over you like a tidal wave. Users will immediately experience a burst of creative energy that's like nothing else, so whether you have a long to-do list or simply need to feel inspired to finish an art project, this strain's for you. Social tendencies reach an insane high here, as you'll want to talk with everyone about everything. While it's a great strain for parties, it might be annoying in some situations. Accompanying your mental escapade is a relaxing body high that works to mellow out and balance your energy levels.
NY Cheese is a prime candidate for medical patients, as all instances of depression or stress are lifted and those who struggle with fatigue find the long-lost energy they crave. Pain is no match for this bud either, so for headaches, inflammation, eye pressure, and more, just a few tokes will do. Keep in mind that your thoughts tend to race on this strain, so if you are prone to paranoia or anxiety, it's best to know your limits and not overindulge.
For individuals who want to take a stab at their own garden, NY Cheese is one of the most difficult plants you could choose. Branches grow to be very thin and need a lot of extra support, and outdoor growth becomes difficult as the plant reacts strongly to sudden changes in temperature or pests. Indoor cultivation is recommended as long as you top early and use organic soil. Typically 10 to 12 weeks will result in a nicely sized yield.
A rare strain that's as enjoyable as it is weird, NY Cheese is one of those "must haves" on anyone's cannabis list. If you find some locally, be sure to grab it and buckle up for a pretty fun day.