Royal Cheese- A Fast Flowering Strain from the UK
Royal Cheese borrows her genetics from the Cheese family. Cheese genetics first appeared in the UK back in the 80s. She became a very popular strain, and breeders at Royal Queens Seeds sought to make one of theirs. They came up with a feminised version of the strain. It is loved by cultivators and gives dank female flowers with each harvest. The goal was to achieve great speeds while still retaining the high yields.
Effects of Royal Cheese
Royal Cheese’s nearly equivalent genetic profile and a collection of unparalleled terpenes add up to a multifaceted high. While her Indica dominant side ensures a heavy body stone, her notable Sativa genetics provide the encounter with an ambient cerebral vibe. Her sticky buds provide an average THC content of 17%, along with average amounts of CBD. She holds the middle ground when it comes to potency.
She will not take your mind into different worlds. Neither will she disappoint. She is perfect for day time use, where she boasts moods and eases tension. The muscles relax, and your mind lights up with creative and philosophical ideas. In the evening, after a long day, she will relax the mind and put you in a meditative state. A puff of this lady with your friends will turn you into interesting theorists.
Aroma and Flavour of Royal Cheese
With every toke of Royal Cheese, you will experience sweet, cheesy and earthy tastes. High amounts of the terpene caryophyllene add a peppery flavour to the mix. Whereas limonene supplements a component of citrus and a somewhat intriguing effect. Myrcene draws up the stern with palates of earthiness and easing qualities.
Growth of Royal Cheese
Royal Cheese needs a lot of water to give the perfect yield. One of her greatest challenges is her smell. In case you want to cultivate her discreetly, you will need to do it indoors as your neighbours are sure to detect her smell. You will still need a carbon filter for indoor growth.
When grown indoors, she will average the height between 60 to 100 cm. Her yield is around 450 to 500 grams per squared metre under a 600W light. Outdoors she jumps into the sky, averaging the height of 130 to 200 cm yield of 550 to 600 grams per plant. She takes 7 to 8 weeks to flower and is ready for harvest in early October. Leaving it for two more weeks will give lesser flavours but pack more potency with each toke.