Big Buddha Cheese Strain

What do some people do when they feel down, stressed out, or depressed? Some wallow in self-pity and stay in their rooms. Others find food to eat. So, what we have here is something nice. If you want to swing your mood from gloomy to one of happiness then feast on the Big Buddha Cheese Strain. This strain comes from a line of strains known for its exquisite quality and is itself a recognized and awarded breed.

Sativa/Indica %Indoor YieldOutdoor YieldFlowering Period
50% / 50%16 oz/ m216 ounces per plant8-10 weeks indoors, Late October to early November outdoors.

For all its qualities and superb recreational and medicinal uses, the only downside of Big Buddha Cheese is that it is not easily available. If you find some, get your hands on it before someone else does.

Tracing the exact lineage of Big Buddha Cheese is not entirely clear. One thing we are certain of is that it did not come from the dairy farms in Switzerland or New Zealand. Rather, the cheese lineage is distinct to the United Kingdom and are commonly held with high regard. After several cross breeding, UK Cheese was released. It was then crossed with an Afghani Indica strain that many believe to be Skunk #1.

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    Information about Big Buddha Cheese Strain:

    ORIGINUK Cheese and Afghani Indica
    EFFECTSRelaxed – 10
    Happy – 10
    Creative – 6
    Euphoric – 6
    Sleepy – 5
    ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)Dry mouth – 10
    Dry eyes – 3
    Dizzy – 2
    Paranoid – 1
    Headache – 1
    FRAGRANCESweet, spicy, earthy, floral, cheese
    FLAVORSSweet, skunky, cheesy, creamy
    MEDICALDepression – 10
    Stress – 9
    Insomnia – 8
    Pain – 7
    Lack of appetite – 6
    FLOWERING TIME INDOORS8 to 10 weeks
    FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSLate October to early November
    PLANT HEIGHTMedium
    THC CONTENT %13% to 18%
    CBD %0.01% to 0.29%
    INDICA / SATIVA %50%/50%
    INDOOR YIELD16 ounces per square meter
    OUTDOOR YIELD16 ounces or more per plant
    GROWTH LEVELEasy to grow

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest

    Effects

    Although the Big Buddha Cheese is a well-balanced strain, there might be some that leans a little more towards the Indica side. Nevertheless, once you start feasting on this cheese, you start to feel your head swelling with a mellow cerebral high that you find yourself relaxing in no time at all.

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    This is a potent strain that uplifts your spirit and make you feel happy and elated. But rather than clouding your mind, it actually sharpens your focus and sparks creative thoughts. As the clear high continues, the sedative properties start to creep into your body, making you feel more relaxed.

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    Towards the end of its effects, you start to feel tired. Most likely, you are going to feel sleepy, which is a good thing if you use this in the evening so that you could go on to sleep.

    Fragrance

    Big Buddha Cheese is BIG when it comes to the strength of its odor. Even if you keep it in a plastic bag, you could smell right through it. Such is typical of the cheese strains. It has a very distinct smell of cheese that find a little bit skunky, but once you break it up, that is when you sniff the notes of an earthy and floral smell mixing with the cheesy smell.

    Flavors

    No surprises on how it tastes. Big Buddha Cheese does not disappoint in this department as it tastes like how it smells with the cheesy smell having a creamier taste. Some users might also detect a sweet undertone. Overall, you should find this strain delicious and a delight to use.

    Adverse Reaction

    About the only thing that you might expect is experiencing dry mouth. Besides that, the only concerns would be dry eyes, headache, paranoia or dizziness. In all likelihood, it would be because of overusing Big Buddha Cheese. So, the best advice here is to drink lots of water to stay hydrated, and smoke only a small amount, most especially if you are new to using cannabis.

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    Medical

    For most people, depression is psychological, rather than physiological. Hence, the mental high Big Buddha Cheese gives you helps in managing depression, and might actually swing you to a state of happiness. At the same time, this is also good for those who are suffering from too much stress and other mental conditions.

    As mentioned, using this strain causes you to feel drowsy, which benefits those with Insomnia. But it’s not only feeling sleepy that you experience, some also feel hungry. This is good for those who need help with having better appetite.

    Like many great strains, medical cannabis users take to the use of marijuana for help in alleviating the symptoms of chronic pains. Big Buddha Cheese can help with that as well.

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      Growing

      Big Buddha Cheese can be grown both outdoor and indoor, as well as in a greenhouse. It should thrive well in a Mediterranean climate. One thing about this plant is that it emits a strong odor, so you will want to think about that if you have nosy neighbors. Even indoor, you will want to have a nice grow tent to keep the odor in.

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      For beginners in growing cannabis, the Big Buddha Cheese is the perfect strain to grow. That is because it tolerates the environment better than many others. In other words, it is forgiving and that makes it easier for inexperienced growers.

      Flowering Time

      Indoors


      So as long as you provide the proper environment for it to grow, it grows quite well indoor, and much more so if you use hydroponics. Although it adapts to the Screen of Green (SOG) method of growing, it is better not to do so as Big Buddha Cheese loves to stretch out its leaves. Rather than waiting 8 to 10 weeks, hydroponics cut the flowering period down to 7 weeks with a yield of 16 ounces per square meter.

      Outdoors


      Grown outdoor, Big Buddha Cheese is ready for harvest during the last days of October to the early parts of November, and should give you a healthy yield of 16 ounces or more per plant.

      Origin

      1. UK Cheese
      2. Afghani

      FAQ About Big Buddha Cheese Strain

      What is the Big Buddha Cheese strain yield?

      Big Buddha Cheese yields 16 oz/ m2 indoors and 16 ounces per plant outdoors.

      How much THC does Big Buddha Cheese have?

      From 13% up to 18% THC.

      What are the origins of the Big Buddha Cheese strain?

      Big Buddha Cheese was created from a mix between UK Cheese and Afghani Indica.


      Have you ever smoked or grown your own Big Buddha Cheese? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

      Robert

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        2 comments on “Big Buddha Cheese Strain”

        1. I have 5 big buddha cheese ladys half way through week 6 of flower now,its an easy strain to grow indoor with a 600w hps dwc setup, it reacts well to scrog but only top 1 the main head,side branches do not grow well when topped,this is my 5th time growing this strain in the same setup and i topped every branch on the first 2 times i grew it and was disapointed with how the flowers looked at the end,its best to veg this strain for around 5-6 weeks and top at week 4,she packs on weight well into week 9 of flowering and the 10th week i use for flush,u will need a top of the range carbon filter for the smell of these ladys,i use mountain air with 30mm thick of carbon,the 15-20mm thick budget filters will “not” keep the smell at bay so dont waste ur money on them,i cant stress that enough as these girls realy stink in their last weeks b4 harvest,i get around 6oz dry per plant letting her go 10 weeks and the smoke is to die for,so so good for pain and cooking with,dont chuck the leafs away,let them dry out and make some fine oil with them. Peace ✌

        2. I’ve grown Big Buddha Cheese here in Michigan for 8 years now and I have had it tested before but it was in the early days of Medical Legalization so I had it tested under a different name. What I can say is the test came out at 19.2% THC with a 0.7 CBD. Last year I had a friend that runs a dispensary and he told me the tests came back at 23.5% THC with a 1.2 CBD