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Cheese Cake Feminized Cannabis Seeds

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THC Content20%-24%
Flowering Time 8-10 Weeks
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor & Outdoor
Yield 300-400gr/m²
Cheesecake is a sweet and potent strain with THC levels between 19-22%. The high starts with a nice cerebral buzz which turns into an intense and heavy head stone, as you smoke more. The flavour is what really sets this variety apart, sweet candies mixed with the classic skunky cheese aromas make this very hard to beat.
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THC Content20%-24%
Flowering Time 8-10 Weeks
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor & Outdoor
  • Outdoor harvest: Early October
  • Yield: 300-400gr/m²
  • Indica/Sativa: Indica Dominant
  • Height: Tall: 180cm-220cm
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • CBD Content: <1%
  • Climate: Temperate
  • Medical Conditions: Depression Stress Pain
  • Seed Type: Feminized
  • Genetics: Cheese x Skunk #1
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Strain Traits


The Cheesecake strain is here and we're sure you're going to like it. Developed from a UK Cheese cut bred to maximise flavour whilst keeping flowering time to a minimum, this strain is easy to grow, trim and has a low leaf to bud ratio. It is an indica dominant hybrid that still shows a little of the sativa lineage in its height and the way the buzz hits you right between the eyes.


With a thc level regularly topping 20%, or more, Cheesecake's initial hit is a hard head buzz that a real red eye inducer. With repeated use it develops into an excellent, long-lasting stone, so if you're looking to switch off from the world for a while then this is for you. As a deeply relaxing strain many user cite this as providing great assistance with Insomnia, inflammation based pain relief and stress.


When growing this strain, it's worth remembering this cheesecake strain can get tall! With a height of up to 180cm indoors, it may need some training. Therefore, we would recommend growers having a bit of experience before tackling this tasty marijuana plant. It flowers reasonably quickly with a flowering time of 8-10 weeks and harvests are ready by early October.

Cheesecake cannabis can be grown indoors or outdoors, however it can get quite stinky during flowering, so it might be better to grow in a greenhouse or fully outdoors. Leaving this plant to grow for the full 10 weeks will maximize the THC Content this strain can produce.

Yields are good with harvests of 300g-400g/2 indoors. After a good cure, dried buds are heavy and dense.

Appearance & Aroma

Despite its Indica dominance the shape is quite sativa in height especially, with a centre stalk carrying big glistening buds and some branching out at the sides. The leaves a slightly more elongated than the classic indica shape, however they do have the distinctive emerald green colouring. The smoke is one of the main highlights of this stain with a strong skunky cheese base and sweet and sour undertones. The sweetness really gives it a unique spin on the taste of most cheese varieties.

MSNL Editors Verdict

The cheesecake strain is exactly like the delicious, sweet cheesy dessert. If you love cheese strains, then you will surely love this variety. The high levels of THC mean that it is a potent combo, perfect for a evening unwind to help you settle into a deep peaceful sleep.

Tasting Notes

A beautiful mix of the original cheese taste and a sweeter skunky aroma. The smell coming from the buds is pungent without being unpleasant. While the taste when smoked is a rich earthy flavor with a slightly sharp parmesan tang. The stone is well balanced starting with quite a giggly, creative feeling which will last with moderate use. If you choose to enjoy it a little more liberally the stone deepens into a heavier head fog.


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