Friday, September 9, 2011

Bud of the Week - Blue Cheese

     Don't let the name fool you - this strain has nothing to do with the fungus-laden cultured dairy product that we associate with the name "blue cheese".  A popular strain among connoisseurs, Blue Cheese combines a delicious flavor with a decent yield of quantity and quality.
     An Indica-dominant hybrid, Blue Cheese is a result of an ideal phenotypical selection through over forty male Blueberry x Big Buddha Cheese strains.  The best male then was crossed with a female Big Buddha Cheese to give a plant that is predominantly cheese with a little blueberry.
     This strain can do well indoors or outdoors.  Due to the internodes being so close, this plant can be groomed for Sea of Green and will do well.  Yields of over 2 ounces of cured bud have been reported when proper pruning techniques have been implemented.
     Despite its Cheese-heavy genetics, Blue Cheese delivers mostly blueberry and vanilla flavor with a dank, woodsy undertone.  Also, for being mostly Indica, the euphoria is clear and functioning without the "couch-lock" feeling.  Blue Cheese is recommended for daytime use and has a decent potency to deliver the relief you need.

Medicinal Uses: Chronic Pain, Cancer, Muscle Spasms, Nausea, MS, Gastrointestinal Issues, Crohn's Disease, Arthritis 


  1. I love Indica strains. I enjoy the high much more. Hoping to try some of this!

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