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EXODUS CHEESE STRAIN

EXODUS CHEESE STRAIN

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EXODUS CHEESE (FEMINISED)

The only original Cheese
Description:

60%  SATIVA  -  40%  INDICA  

THC:  22,45%  CBD:  0,28%   CBN:  0,15%  

GENETICS
Exodus Cheese (the only original Cheese).

EFFECTS
Very stoned and long lasting, slow creeper.
Medicinally effective in pain therapy, appetite stimulation and against insomnia.

FLOWERING INDOOR
8 weeks, with a yield up to 800 gr/m2.
Good for SCRoG.

FLOWERING OUTDOOR
FReady at the end of September (North hemisphere) with a production up to 800 gr/plant.
Branchy plant with vine-like growth, needs full support.

DESCRIPTION

The Exodus Cheese is the original clone selected in the UK from the Skunk strain and feminized by Green House Seeds. It has been one of the most iconic strains on the Cannabis scene, and we are very proud to be able to offer it in seed form.

The Exodus Cheese has a stretchy structure. If not topped regularly, it will produce many secondary branches, and the stem will be pretty thin and need support during flowering to hold the flowers. If topped properly, it will grow in a beautiful bushy structure.

It is a little bit of a sensitive strain not recommended for beginners unless you can give some time and dedication to her. She will need moderate feeding and proper training, but the result is definitely worth it! 

The taste of the Exodus Cheese is what made the Cheese so famous: that pungent, skunky smell combines with mossy, woody and sour notes, and at the same time some sweet and gassy aromas join the mix. A very complex and powerful aroma that will fill the room the moment you put a flower in it. The effects are very stoned and long-lasting: they will rise progressively to a peak and will not leave you for a while. A strong stoner good for sleeping disorders. The most expressed terpenes are Myrcene, β -Caryophyllene, and D-Limonene.

AWARDS
1stExpoGrow-Irún 2012,
2ndSpannabis 2013.

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