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uk cheese seeds

Uk cheese seeds

60-75 days Clear High Mostly Sativa 350gr – 450gr p.s.m. Regular

After attempts with STS we have managed to get fertile pollen from the cutting of exodus cheese. And alter another long selection process of skunk #1 we selected the female that most resembled the original exodus cheese, with we reverted with the sts process and we used this pollen to pollinate the clone of the original Exodus Cheese, this way we get not identical seeds but in our opinion the closest you can get to growing from the original clone of Exodus Cheese.

The spunkiest skunk, the original cheese comes from a selection of skunk #1, never again has the genotype been found again. It was discovered by a collective in the UK more than 20 years ago and was given the name Exodus Cheese.

Uk cheese seeds

UK Cheese, also known as "Cognitiva," is a potent hybrid marijuana strain and phenotype of Skunk #1. This strain provides energetic, euphoric effects that allow for mental relaxation without sedation. Medical marijuana patients choose UK Cheese to relieve symptoms associated with chronic pain, insomnia and inflammation. This strain features a flavor profile that is unique, with undertones of berry and spicy cheese. Growers say UK Cheese has dense nugs that are light green and coated in orange hairs. This strain was originally cultivated in the early 1990s by a UK collective group known as “Exodus”; as a result, this strain is also known as Exodus Cheese.

UK Cheese, also known as "Cognitiva," is a potent hybrid marijuana strain and phenotype of Skunk #1. This strain provides energetic, euphoric effects that allow for mental relaxation without sedation. Medical marijuana patients choose UK Cheese to relieve symptoms associated with chronic pain, insomnia and inflammation. This strain features a flavor profile that is unique, with undertones of berry and spicy cheese. Growers say UK Cheese has dense nugs that are light green and coated in orange hairs. This strain was originally cultivated in the early 1990s by a UK collective group known as “Exodus”; as a result, this strain is also known as Exodus Cheese.