Big Buddha Cheese Seeds

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Big Buddha Cheese Seeds by Big Buddha Seeds is an Indica dominant (70/30) hybrid strain that originates from the cross between Afghani and OG U.K. Cheese. Extremely unique in its way, Big Buddha Cheese is possibly one of the most exceptional strains to come from U.K. breeders. The strain led the way for the rise of several Cheese strains originating from British indoor cannabis reproducers. For several years, this strain was not available in seed form but only as a clone. To shows its uniqueness and quality, this strain took home a major prize during the 2006 High Times Cannabis Cup. Big Buddha Cheese typically lives up to its name, as it is known to produce soft, bright green flowers that are fairly thick what's more, canvassed in trichomes. Cheddar strains commonly are exceptionally fragrant and strong smelling. Big Buddha Cheese is a top shelf, exceptional strain that may be difficult to find currently. But for indica lovers, it is definitely worth trying if you can find it. Obviously, the strain is an achievement of British cannabis producers, and might even be their best export since The Beatles. The impact from Big Buddha Cheese has been accounted for to be nice and smooth, while being to some degree elevating if that is the thing that you’re looking for. This makes Big Buddha Cheese a solid in between strain and a decent decision for both daytime and evening time utilization. The high is strongly euphoric, making this a good strain for low moods and low energy. Medically, Big Buddha Cheese provides relief from severe pain, as well as anxiety, ADHD, migraines, GI distress, and spinal cord injuries. Due to its relaxation characteristics, Big Buddha Cheese is perfect deal for treating insomnia as well. Cheese strains are usually very fragrant and powerful smelling. Most Big Buddha Cheese buds can be noticed through a plastic sack. The very close possess a scent reminiscent of in place Big Buddha Cheese buds resemble Parmesan or sharp cheddar, with a clue of skunk. At the point when separated, its musky, skunky smell is raised. The smoke from Big Buddha Cheese purportedly odors of musk and wet incense. Clients report that Big Buddha Cheese tastes essentially simply like it smells, conveying a sizable chunk of cheesiness with indications of sweet and fiery similar to kush strains. The negatives of smoking this strain are that dryness of the mouth is a distinct probability, while dryness of the eyes and dizziness occur less often. Read more of our dope seeds review. Some online reviews that have attested to it are: “Delightful frigid buds bring an incredible all-around experience. - Perfect for diving into imaginative activities, and profound energy about music and sensation. - Appealing fragrance of rich sweetness is a quieting and mending beginning to your experience. - Grinding all the more profoundly uncovers its novel, sweet, tenderly loco, mushy, crisp and botanical aroma for a marvelous olfactory prelude and groundwork. - Flexible and adaptable to varie...” “Living in the UK, totally splendid strain, much better to appreciate with companions due to the euphoric, giggly angle. Never noticed anything like this it has a very savoury smell, more like a food than a plant! Still though, tastes beautiful because of this and is definitely the most memorable characteristic about this strain. The high comes in stages, first of all for the first half hour or so it's very euphor...” “One of the most balanced highs I've ever had. I was perfectly relaxed in way that made me content, but not lazy. I remained social and mentally focused. I have been hunting for this strain ever since I tried my friend's.”   Seed Details Variety: Indica Dominant Cross:    Afghani and OG U.K. Cheese Climate: Indoors, outdoors Sex: Produces both male and female plants. Flowering time: 7 – 9 weeks Yield: High Height: Medium to tall THC: 16.63% CBD: 0.29% CBN: 0.11% Taste: Dank, Fruity, Sweet, and Cheesy      


Unique and exception in several ways, Big Buddha Cheese is an Indica dominant (70/30) hybrid strain that originates from the cross between Afghani and OG U.K. Cheese. Difficult to find, the strain smells like an old-School, pungent, stinky Skunk and when smoked, it delivers an easygoing, mellow and uplifting high. Read more about habiba seeds as well.

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