Exodus Cheese Strain

Several decades ago, it seems that a lot of marijuana users were very much into Bob Marley. In fact, there are strains named after one or more of his songs. Hence, it follows that there are people who think Exodus Cheese got its name from one of Marley’s songs.

Sativa/Indica % Indoor Yield Outdoor Yield Flowering Period
50% / 50% 22 to 28 ounces per square meter 28 ounces per plant7 – 8 weeks indoors, late September outdoors.

Regardless, Exodus Cheese is a classic strain, legendary even, in that countless other strains were bred using it. Of course, there is a good reason for that. It is a balanced hybrid that combines the best of both the mental and physical high. As a result of using this strain, users feel happier and euphoric. In other words, this is one of the best feel-good strain.

Although it is within the realm of possibilities that the strain was named after a Bob Marley song, there is another more plausible explanation.

Sometime in the late 80s to the 90s, a group of free-spirited marijuana users called themselves the Exodus. No one knows exactly who the original breeder was, but it seems the group took a clone of Exodus Cheese and cultivated it. From then on, the strain became a household name.

Exodus Cheese is also sometimes called as UK Cheese or simply Cheese.

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    Information about Exodus Cheese:

    ORIGINSkunk No. 1
    EFFECTSEuphoric – 10
    Uplifted – 10
    Happy – 9
    Relaxed – 6
    Giggly – 6
    ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)Dry mouth – 10
    Dry eyes – 2
    Dizzy – 1
    Paranoid – 1
    Headache – 1
    FRAGRANCESour, pungent, dank, earthy, cheese
    FLAVORSSweet, skunky, nutty, buttery, creamy, cheese
    MEDICALStress – 10
    Depression – 7
    Pain – 7
    Fatigue – 6
    Insomnia – 4
    FLOWERING TIME INDOORS7 to 8 weeks
    FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSLate September
    THC CONTENT %16% to 19%
    CBD %0.28%
    INDICA / SATIVA %50%/50%
    INDOOR YIELD22 to 28 ounces per square meter
    OUTDOOR YIELD28 ounces per plant

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest

    Effects

    As a balanced hybrid, Exodus Cheese offers the best of both the cerebral and physical high without one side overwhelming the other. At its onset, the strain delivers a gentle cerebral high that in moments, make users feel uplifted. The change in mood is remarkable in that pretty soon, it is not uncommon users to be giggly. Feeling happier, the cerebral effects continue to intensify causing users now to feel euphoric.

    At around this time, the physical body high starts to creep in too. It does so in a gentle manner and this is evident as users start to feel relaxed. But this creeper is not to be underestimated as for many people, they do not realize how stoned they are at the height of its effect. The Indica side also may come with a little sedative-like property which also causes one to feel too relaxed, or lazy, whichever one prefers.

    The strong physical high, in some ways, also helps control the cerebral effects in that users do not get overwhelmed. Of course, it also means that there is a tendency to be locked on a couch.

    Fragrance

    One way to describe the fragrance of Exodus Cheese is comparing it to cheddar cheese. It would not have been bad if it were not for the dominating sour and pungent odor of dark earth. This strain offers a lot of benefits, but the smell is not one of its strengths.

    Flavors

    Some of the skunky odor carries over to its taste. Even with the blend of sweet nutty flavors, as well as a note of creamy cheese, the fact remains that its taste also not its strong suit. While it may not have great taste, it should not stop people from using it.

    We don’t currently sell Exodus Cheese seeds. Check out other hybrid seeds in our marijuana seed bank.

    Adverse Reaction

    Like any cannabis, using Exodus Cheese may cause some to experience dry mouth, and sometimes, also dry eyes. About the only thing to do is to get used to it. Also, drinking water is a great idea s keeping hydrated seems to minimize these experiences.

    In some cases, too, users may be a little bit overwhelmed by its effects and feel dizzy. If not, some may feel a mild headache. Still, there are a few others who may be a little more paranoid. All these negative reactions are not serious but they are still annoyances. The best way to avoid adverse reactions is to use only a small amount.

    Medical

    Any strain that can uplift the mood and make users feel happier or elated, then it can be useful in reducing stress. As such, it also becomes helpful in managing depression. Besides dealing with stress, the other popular use of Exodus Cheese among the medical cannabis users is in pain alleviation.

    One of the benefits of Sativa side of strains is in its trait of giving users a little bit of energy boost. While this can be helpful in some instance, such as dealing with fatigue, this energy also dissipates as the physical high sets in.

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      Growing

      Exodus Cheese used to be a clone only strain. As such, getting a cutting from a mature plant proved to be difficult. But the good news is that the seed form is now also available.

      It can be grown outdoor, but it seems to thrive the most when grown indoor. Exodus Cheese produces many branches, with vine-like side stems. Once the buds start to form, growers will have to place a lot of support system.

      Because of its plant structure, it is perfect for Screen of Green (ScrOG) system combined with hydroponics.

      Flowering Time

      Indoors

      In only 8 weeks, or possibly 9 weeks, the reward for growing Exodus Cheese comes when growers hold a yield per square that is in the range of 22 to 28 ounces.

      Outdoors

      Although we recommend growing indoor, this marijuana plant can also thrive outdoor. Sometime during the last days of September, it can produce up to 28 ounces per plant.

      Origin

      1. Skunk #1

      FAQ About Exodus Cheese Strain

      What is the Exodus Cheese strain yield?

      Exodus Cheese yields 22 to 28 ounces per square meter indoors and 28 ounces per plant outdoors.

      How much THC does Exodus Cheese have?

      From 16% up to 19%

      What are the origins of the Exodus Cheese strain?

      Exodus Cheese is said to have been first grown from a packet of Skunk #1 seeds.


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

      Robert

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