Blue cheese strain indica or sativa
Blue Cheese Strain
Indica Dominant Hybrid – 80% Indica / 20% Sativa
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Very nice strain. But it energizes me instead of making me sleepy.
Got sleep? Blue cheese is a phenomenal indica strain that will relax you into bed. The sweet, cheesy aroma is just as prevalent when you smoke the bud as it is when you smell it. Cannaisseurs and medical users will both enjoy the flavor and effects of this potent herb. The smell of blue cheese is thick but not overly powerful until you break open a nug. The scents of a berry and cheese danish will rush into your nose, with undertones of skunk and gas. The smoke is creamy and smooth, but also very thick. The “cheese” in the name is prevalent of every step of the process of smoking, even after the exhale Overall, blue cheese is a splendid choice for medical users with its well rounded effects, as well as recreational users. It’s the perfect strain to use before dinner or bedtime, but make sure you’ve completed any major projects for the day first. Get ready for stress to melt away.
The blue cheese strain I bought surprised me because it had only a faint smell of cannabis, even after breaking off a nug, there was no blueberry smell like the lovely blueberry strain has, and no cheese or cream smell like the Nice Cream strain has. The flavor was very off-putting to me, it tastes harsh and burnt. This is actually one of the worst tasting strains I’ve ever tried and I’m a daily user who loves trying out different strains. Maybe I got a bad batch or something but the place I purchased it from – Trestle in SF – has sold me some of the most amazing flavored cannabis and their top shelf is always top-notch. When I read the reviews for this strain I just don’t get it. The effect was fine though. I like that I didn’t feel too spacey, fried, or tired on it but I have to wonder if it would do the job when I’m in a lot of bad pain.
I only review strains I at least really liked! This is a dandy indeed! Not an amazing taste.. a little herby tasting but pretty smooth not harsh. The smell is almost underwhelming from what I was expecting but that being said once a hug is broken its smelly in a good way. Effects are tremendous. It’s a certified creeper, should maybe be locked up! And it is a very distinct relaxing feeling, long lasting, very pleasant cerebral effects not racy or dull. 5*****
I had sugar crystals from venom extracts. I didn’t care for the taste, but its good for sleep.
Blue Cheese is one of the best weed I had in a long time and when I say I smoke a lot, I’m not joking. I am 56, been smoking since the age of 12. This indica side is very effective but does not make me feel drowsy and sleepy. The sativa side makes me feel good and connected to my inner world. I just feel happy and connected to the laws of my true nature.
I love this strain. It doesn’t make me cough like so many of the others do. It’s a mild bowl. Also, one hit at a time is all I need. Right now, it’s my favorite of all the weed I’ve smoked, and that is a lot!
My Blue Cheese strain is purchased thru my licenced producer Whistler Medical Cannabis. like all blue strains the nugs were on dry side altho Whistler did great job as mine still had lotsa stickiness. THC range is usually bewteen 18-22%. my last batch was 21.3%. taste is incredible and i hate blue cheese salad dressing ;)” Again a nice indica to start the sedation process until the hard indicas used for sleep
This strain is saving my life. One hit and I’m able to feel the muscles down my racked spine relax. As that happens, I am able to arch my back, opening up the disc spaces and feel relieving cracks now that I can move. I have a back condition that causes intractable pain and is non-surgical. I also suffer with PTSD from years of physical, psychological and sexual abuse. This strain just calms me the fuck down. My nerves are shot, and this strain puts me in chill mode, laughing, talking, free of pain and no longer considering suicide. Since starting MMJ, I have discontinued a total of seven prescriptions and am weaning myself off benzodiazepines. Don’t tell me this stuff is not medication! Now that I’ve covered the medicinal benefits, let’s talk about taste. Do you like the taste of blue cheese? Because . . . Mmmmm. Just like blue cheese with a bit of fruitiness. Not only do I get the physical/psychological benefits, but the taste is Nirvana to my olfactory system!
This indica-dominant hybrid (20:80 sativa/indica ratio) is fairly potent, with THC levels reaching 20%. As its name suggests, it tastes strongly of blue cheese, giving it a flavor distinct from other Cheese varieties. The aroma is a mix of blue cheese and sweet blueberries. The original Cheese st…
Taste & Smell
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Pairs Well With
- Arts & Crafts
- Exploring Nature
- Walking in the City
- Watching TV/Movies
About this Indica Strain
The indica strain Blue Cheese derives its name mostly from its scent, baring a savory cheese-like smell with a sweet berry undertone of which it inherited from its parent strains. Despite its cheesy smell, its taste tends to veer towards berries. Some reviewers have mentioned a hint of strawberry in flavor.
Blue Cheese was created by cross-breeding a male indica strain of Blueberry with a female hybrid of UK Cheese.
Its normal THC level is around 15%, with its highest-testing topping off at 20%. The high that Blue Cheese creates is a very noticeable elated and relaxed state of being, with a trace of inducing creativity for many reviewers. Suggested use is in the evenings and at night.
The high is known to be a creeper, not instantaneous, so beginning slowly with this strain is suggested. Though Blue Cheese brings a relaxing body high, it does not cause the body to feel heavy like many other indica strains tend to do – so for many, it won’t create a “couch-lock.” Rather, this strain will bring about a very mild idleness due to its comforting effects.
Besides the normal cotton mouth and dry eyes, Blue Cheese can cause minor dizziness or paranoia.
When growing, this strain does best in cool climates and is considered easy to cultivate. It produces a high leaf to calyx ratio and takes anywhere between eight to ten weeks to flower.
The indica strain Blue Cheese derives its name mostly from its scent, baring a savory cheese-like smell with a sweet berry undertone of which it inherited from its parent strains. Despite its cheesy smell, its taste tends to veer towards berries. Some reviewers have mentioned a hint of strawberry…