Big Blue Cheese Feminized Seeds
- THC Medium - Up to 19%
- Massive Yield - Up to 600gsm
- Sativa Dominant: 40% Indica / 60% Sativa
- Flowering Time - 8-10 Weeks
- An extravagant cross between UK Cheese, Blueberry and high-yielding Big Bud
- Dynamic high starting off cerebral before mellowing into a sedative body stone
- Tall, bushy plant with a high leaf-to-bud ratio
|End Of September
|Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, PTSD
|Blueberry x UK Cheese x Big Bud
|Blue Cheese, Cheese, Blueberry
|Limonene, Myrcene, Caryophyllene
Blue Cheese was first bred in the United Kingdom and quickly gained infamy throughout the cannabis world. Many offshoots have been created as breeders seek to harness those glorious indica characteristics, and this is one of the best: a three-way cross of UK Cheese, Blueberry, and the notoriously high-yielding Big Bud. The result is a slightly sativa-dominant hybrid that takes the euphoric Blue Cheese high and adds to it. Besides a great buzz, Big Blue Cheese promises delicious, berry-like flavors and huge, resinous buds.
Fans of pungent, potent strains will find this one hard to resist. And vibrant plants, displaying a beautiful range of greens and purples, will enamor even the most experienced growers.
Big Blue Cheese is reasonably strong, with a THC content ranging from 16-19%. Comfort is the name of the game with this strain: users experience a typically mellow indica high, characterized by feelings of bliss and elation. But it doesn’t just elevate your mood. The cerebral buzz is complemented by a creeping sense of physical relaxation that makes this a great strain for unwinding. Big Blue Cheese is not quick to induce couchlock, though it does become sedative in larger doses. As such, this is an ideal evening and nighttime strain.
The tranquil afterglow makes Big Blue Cheese a potent treatment for insomnia. Its mood-lifting properties are great for treating conditions like anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, and depression. Its ability to induce a clear-headed high makes it an especially effective medicinal strain.
Big Blue Cheese grows in a bushy, indica shape, reaching heights of around 100cm-180cm. Strong stems and horizontal branches are integral to this heavy yielder. Large flowers cluster on lateral branches and around the central cola on plants with a high leaf-to-bud ratio. Broad leaves at the top of the plant will need to be trimmed to allow light to the lower branches, but this small effort is more than repaid.
This strain yields an impressive 400-500gr/m², flowing in just 8-10 weeks if grown indoors. Planting outside, growers can enjoy enhanced terpene production and even larger harvests. Plants like plenty of sunlight and will be ready for harvest in late September.
Big Blue Cheese is a particularly attractive strain. Verdant water leaves are present in a range of colors, from deep purples to multiple shades of green. Sugar leaves display pastel tones, contrasting against flowers with an attractive yellowish tint.
Tightly-packed buds are decorated with a profusion of thick, copper-colored pistils. And of course, the thick coating of white trichomes that makes Big Blue Cheese one of the most resinous strains around.
Unsurprisingly, given its name, this strain is seriously pungent. Plants develop a distinct cheesy aroma during the flowering phase which only intensifies as they mature.
Big Blue Cheese is one of the ultimate chill-out strains. Its ability to simultaneously relax the body and mind while leaving users lucid is second to none. We love it for its versatility and high yields. It’s fairly easy to grow, rewards you with generous harvests, and has a massive range of recreational and therapeutic uses.
It also has a potent aroma that guarantees major bag appeal for people who like their bud pungent. And it tastes delicious. Big Blue Cheese is a delightfully balanced strain that ticks every box.
Contrary to its name, cured buds of this strain are primarily fruity and berry-like. Big Blue Cheese’s Blueberry genetics take over to create a fragrance that’s pleasantly sweet. Though of course, tangy notes of cheese are still present.
Blueberry flavors come to the fore even more when it’s smoked. Combustion removes most sourness, leaving an inhalation that’s sweet and lung-expanding. A sourness that’s reminiscent of parmesan returns on the exhale and the taste becomes earthy and slightly spicy as this mixes with the blueberries. Finally comes a musky, hash-like aftertaste. This completes a complex flavor profile that’s dominated by berries and sweetness. The overall result is delicious.