How to Grow Blue Cheese Pot Plants?
Known to be anunusual strain of weed, it delivers a long-lasting cerebral high which comes from its THC-rich mid-sized buds featuring purplish bits.
Indoor Growing vs. Outdoor growing
Blue Cheese is capable of adjusting to both indoor and outdoor growing conditions with ease and prefers both soil and hydroponic growing methods.
It needs plenty of feeding to grow with vigor. Blue Cheese is not susceptible to overfeeding and requires more than therecommended dose of Nitrogen, calcium, silica, and magnesium-rich nutrients.
It is recommended growing the plants using Light Stress Training methods which ultimately increase the yield by many folds. It is also beneficial economically to top the plants from time to time for reducing the maturity period.The plants of Blue Cheese are resilient against mold and pest infestations making it ideal for novice growers. It should always be kept in mind that it is a weed that is known for its strong odor therefore efficient exhaust systems should be in place if discretions are a concern.
Blue Cheese is known for its capability to deliver a cheerful and joyful experience. On further analysis, it can be categorized in the following ways:
- Sets off a joyful cerebral high
- Induces light sense of euphoria with positive vibes all around
- Increases the release of dopamine, therefore enhancing the happy times
- Boosts physical energy & keeps the mind relaxed
- Induces the munchies syndrome&makes food taste much better
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
It is a potent strain that has not only impeccable THC content but also high CBD levels that allows it to counter symptoms for the following ailments:
- Bipolar Disorder
Taste & Aroma
It has a borderline stinky aroma that has a savory and cheesy undertone.Upon inhalation, the smoke tastes as if cheeseis mixed with the delicacy and sweetness of freshly harvested blueberries.