Royal Cheese Strain

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About Royal Cheese

25% sativa | 75% indica

Derived from the nearly legendary strain that came out of London, a strain called Cheese, Royal Cheese's heritage harkens back to the true original Skunk #1. Royal Queen Seeds got their hands on an Exodus cut of Cheese and set about to the task of feminizing it, or breeding out the male chromosomes. Feminized seeds in theory then always flower as a female though if the plant is stressed it may end up pulling a gender swap on it's grower. Smelling and tasting like it's non-feminized clone only counterpart, it's wide range of effects are also similar. The hybrid style high may be used to calm anxiety, stress and chronic aches or pains, as well as induce hunger.

Growing well both indoors, where it tops out at one and a half meters, and out, Royal Cheese is not the smallest yielding strain. Topping out at around 45 grams per plant, this strain can produce up to 500 grams per square meter with only 600 watt lights. While growing, the stench of this plant is so strong that a carbon filter is needed for an indoor grow set up. The strain can be harvested as early as eight weeks for the best cheesy taste or growers may prefer to wait another two weeks for a more potent medication. Outside Royal Cheese may stretch up to two and a half meters and is ready to be harvested in the middle of October.

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Royal Cheese Effects:

  • Relaxed
  • Euphoric
  • Creative

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  • Pain
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Appetite

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Royal Cheese Side Effects:

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes

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