Cheese Wreck

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 70% Sativa / 30% Indica

THC: 19% - 21%

Two famous strains, UK Cheese and Trainwreck, came together to create Cheese Wreck, a sativa-dominant hybrid with a sativa/indica ratio of roughly 70:30. This strain, also known as Cheesewreck, was born in Holland, but its parentage reaches back to the United Kingdom and California. THC levels have reportedly topped 19% in tests, making this a relatively potent medical option. CBD levels, on the other hand, aren't widely known, so Cheese Wreck shouldn't be used as front-line treatment of epilepsy or other health problems that can be treated with CBD. But it's an excellent choice for treating ADHD, anxiety, and the stresses of everyday life. The cerebral high is energetic and long lasting, with a strong dose of creativity. Expect a sweet, dank smell and a fruity flavor. The nugs are lime green with bright orange hairs and a visible dusting of trichomes coating the surface. There are few public reports of adverse effects, but dry mouth, dry eyes, and paranoia are usually the most common. Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia are the easiest places to find this unique strain.

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 70% Sativa / 30% Indica

THC: 19% - 21%

Two famous strains, UK Cheese and Trainwreck, came together to create Cheese Wreck, a sativa-dominant hybrid with a sativa/indica ratio of roughly 70:30. This strain, also known as Cheesewreck, was born in Holland, but its parentage reaches back to the United Kingdom and California. THC levels have reportedly topped 19% in tests, making this a relatively potent medical option. CBD levels, on the other hand, aren't widely known, so Cheese Wreck shouldn't be used as front-line treatment of epilepsy or other health problems that can be treated with CBD. But it's an excellent choice for treating ADHD, anxiety, and the stresses of everyday life. The cerebral high is energetic and long lasting, with a strong dose of creativity. Expect a sweet, dank smell and a fruity flavor. The nugs are lime green with bright orange hairs and a visible dusting of trichomes coating the surface. There are few public reports of adverse effects, but dry mouth, dry eyes, and paranoia are usually the most common. Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia are the easiest places to find this unique strain.
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Good tasting dense medium green with orangey tint. Smells of classic cheese strains. Hit rather strong, you can notice its sativa dominant. For anxiety, I find sativas can sometimes increase ones anxiety rather than calm it.

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