Swiss Cheese Genetics
Swiss Cheese’s Skunk#1 heritage makes her a unique indica because of the relatively unusual profile of the Skunk#1 pheno. This profile lead Skunk#1 to be smuggled out of the UK and into Amsterdam for further exploration. The result of her parent genetics makes Swiss Cheese a standout strain that everyone should try at least once.
Swiss Cheese Terpene Profile
If you aren’t willing to share, don’t pull out Swiss Cheese at a crowded party. Her unique, dank aroma is pungent and sweet and doesn’t lend well to stealthy smoking in a social setting. Her taste is true to her name, cheesy and peppery just like actual Swiss cheese.
Swiss Cheese Effects
Swiss Cheese is perfect for sparking lively debate during a dinner party or chill session with good friends. You’ll find yourself clear-headed and calm, lending well to good conversation as she opens your eyes to new perspectives while guiding you towards common ground.
Medical Benefits Swiss Cheese
The high CBD and moderate THC content of this strain suggest it may have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects potentially helpful for arthritis, joint pain, and headaches and migraines. Research has also shown that CBD has anticonvulsant properties beneficial for those suffering from seizures associated with certain forms of epilepsy. Additionally, strains with high CBD and moderate THC are thought to have potentially beneficial effects for those coping with stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. However, lower THC strains may be preferable for those susceptible to severe anxiousness.
How to Grow Swiss Cheese
Don’t let her name fool you- Swiss Cheese has some thick, dank buds and certainly won’t disappoint in her yield. To get optimal results from this strain, use a SOG method and grow indoors or outdoors. Swiss Cheese may not be suited for beginners because of her strong odor, which can be difficult for newbies to disguise when growing indoors. If you have relative privacy, growing outdoors is also an excellent option because Swiss Cheese is a hearty strain that can stand up to the weather. In around 7-9 weeks you’ll see dense, cheesy buds forming. You can expect a medium-sized yield from Swiss Cheese.