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Blue Cheese Strain

blue cheese strain
  • THC 20% 20%
  • CBD 2% 2%
  • Sativa 20% 20%
  • Indica 80% 80%
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Blue Cheese is an Indica dominant weed strain with a 20:80 Sativa to Indica ratio. This potent strain is a cross of Original UK Cheese and Blueberry Indica.

This strain contains up to 20% THC content with 2% CBD. The potent strain can produce an intoxicating high with euphoric effects, which leave your body relaxed.

The Indica content is responsible for the entire body high, while Sativa makes the strain lively. Unfortunately, higher dosages can also produce sedative effects.

Blue Cheese strain is readily available as it is amongst the most common hybrid strains. This marijuana strain is perfect for reducing stress. Thus its ideal usage is in the evenings after a stressful day.

Has tightly wounded buds with subtle blue and purple undertones. The sugar leaves have an angelic appearance due to the pastel violets.

The buds have a thick resin coating which produces a glistening look. The flowers feature hues of yellow and green with curly orange pistils.


Blue Cheese Strain Effects

Blue Cheese produces a subtle high that slowly creeps into your body. In addition, the strain induces relaxation, reducing stress and fatigue.

Users also report feeling euphoric after using this strain. It also boosts creativity and doesn’t make you lazy. So you can expect yourself to tend to your tasks without getting couch-locked. However, an overdose can cause dry eyes and cottonmouth.


May Relieve

  • Treats migraines
  • Relieves anxiety
  • Treats chronic pain
  • Helps with depression
  • Treats symptoms of ADHD
  • Helps with bipolar disorders (manic depression)



Blue Cheese has a distinct cheese flavor. But this creamy, cheesy, spicy, yet sweet strain also has undertones of sweet blueberries.



Besides the sweet and savory aroma of cheese and berries, this strain also has a unique musky smell. When you burn the nugs, it produces a strong cheesy and musky odor.


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