Exodus Cheese Marijuana Strain
So how did these cannabis seeds get their name? Some say they’re named after one of Bob Marley’s songs. However, another version seems to be more believable. In the late 80s, there was a group of marijuana users, who called themselves the Exodus. They weren’t the original breeders, but they took a clone of the famous Exodus Cheese seeds and cultivated it. As a result, we have a well-balanced hybrid, bringing you not only a physical high but mental as well, so you can feel good. You can grow the seeds in a greenhouse, indoors and outdoors.
About this Hybrid Strain
The nicely balanced, sativa-leaning Exodus Cheese is a hybrid cannabis strain that produces a scent reminiscent of its name, being cheesy with undertones of earth and pine. Its taste is similar, with buds that are a mossy green and covered in crystal trichomes.Violator Sugar Wax
The THC level of Exodus Cheese averages at around 18%. Reviewers have come to disagreements on the state of the high one achieves with this strain, with some claiming it brings on a boost of energy whileothers state it sedates them and is best consumed at night. Needless to say, it still will help alleviateaches and pains that are mild throughout the body and help to uplift the spirit. Some have mentioned aspike in creativity. Afghan Kush
Negative effects of this strain include dizziness and paranoia if too much is consumed at once. Drymouth and eyes are normal. Jack Herer
It takes approximately eight weeks for Exodus Cheese to fully flower.Gorilla Glue Buds