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Big Buddha Cheese

Big Buddha Cheese is an indica-dominant hybrid with around 60% indica and 40% sativa. The Big Buddha Cheese comes from a cross between the Cheese strain, a famous strain from England, with the Skunk #1 strain and the fruity Afghani strain. Big Buddha Cheese boasts a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) level of 19%, indicating a moderate potency with a fabulous effect that won 1st prize in an indica seed category at the 2016 Cannabis Cup. The uplifting, euphoric, hunger-inducing effects make this strain (cultivar) ideal for managing stress, anxiety, depression, and appetite loss.

Big Buddha Cheese is a leafy plant known for its deep forest green leaves peppered with orange and pink hairs. When growing, Big Buddha cheese can find a way to thrive, growing to a medium height, with a relatively short flowering time and good yields, making it a great addition to any grower’s collection. Additionally, due to the natural resistance and ease of growing the Big Buddha Cheese, it is an excellent plant for beginners.

Big Buddha Cheese lives up to its name and won’t ever disappoint lovers of the classic Cheese strain, as Big Buddha Cheese inherited the highly sought-after skunky cheese aroma that makes the Cheese strain famous. This skunky cheese aroma from the Cheese parent is combined with the earthy tones and peppery tones of Skunk #1, as well as the fruity flavor and aroma from the Afghani strain. The strain, although indica dominant, can pack a punch, and it is advised that people new to the strain only smoke a little at a time.

Cannabinoids

Tetrahydrocannabinol

THC

14.5%-19%

Cannabidiol

CBD

0.01%-0.29%

Strain types

  • 80%Indica
  • 20%Sativa

Aromas

  • Cheese
  • Fruity
  • Funky

Flavors

  • Cheese
  • Fruity
  • Funky

Terpenes

  • Alpha-Bisabolol

  • Beta-Caryophyllene

  • Humulene

  • Limonene

  • Linalool

  • Myrcene

  • Pinene

  • Terpinolene

Flavonoids

Effects

Big Buddha Cheeses has been reported to have the following effects:

  • Creativity
  • Euphoria
  • Happiness
  • Hunger
  • Relaxing
  • Uplifting

The following adverse effects have also been reported:

  • Dizziness
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Headaches
  • Paranoia

Big Buddha Cheese, even as an indica-dominant hybrid, is known to cause a relaxing, uplifting, and cerebral effect, resulting in a balanced high that is not too relaxing and not too energetic.

Medical Applications

Big Buddha Cheese has been known to have a wide variety of medicinal applications and can be used to help conditions both physical and mental.
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Anxiety, Panic Disorders

Cannabis contains many anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) compounds that can beat stress and reduce the production of the stress hormone cortisol.

Organ Systems

  • Brain & Nervous System
Chronic Pain, Muscle Pain and Other Types of Pain

Cannabis contains anti-inflammatory and analgesic compounds that can help reduce or distract from pain, including THC, CBD, and beta-caryophyllene.

Organ Systems

  • Brain & Nervous System
  • Muscular
  • Skeletal
Insomnia

THC can stimulate the release of the sleep neurotransmitter, adenosine.

Organ Systems

  • Brain & Nervous System
  • Mental / Emotional
Depression

Cannabinoids like CBD can help modulate serotonin transmission, giving it anti-depressant and anxiolytic effects.

Organ Systems

  • Brain & Nervous System
Loss of Appetite

THC can stimulate the production of the hunger hormone ghrelin.

Organ Systems

  • Endocrine
  • Other

Dosing

Growing

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Due to the Afghani genetics in the Big Buddha Cheese, this strain is naturally resistant to pests and environmental and temperature fluctuations. This makes Big Buddha Cheese an exceptionally easy plant for growers that will thrive in almost all environments, making it an ideal plant for beginners.

Height

Big Buddha Cheese is known to grow to a medium height of 30-50 inches in indoor and outdoor settings.

Humidity and Temperature

Big Buddha Cheese can thrive in most temperatures and does best in warm and sunny environments.

Flowering

Big Buddha Cheese generally flowers within eight to 10 weeks or in late October or early November and produces a moderate yield of 16 ounces per square meter. The flowering time can be shortened to seven weeks when using hydroponics.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Cheese strain indica or sativa?

The Cheese strain is an indica-dominant hybrid of around 80% indica and 20% sativa. Like Big Buddha Cheese, the cheese stain has a potent cheese aroma known for its relaxing, uplifting, and creative high.

Is Big Buddha Cheese indica or sativa?

Big Buddha Cheese is an indica-dominant hybrid formed through the cross of Skunk, Cheese, and Afghani.

What is Buddha cheese?

Buddha Cheese is a strain of cannabis known for its pungent cheese aroma and taste. The strain has become one of the most popular and widely celebrated cannabis strains due to its distinct smell, taste, potency, and high yield.

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