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August 17, 2019
Strain Spotlight: Gardens of Weeden Cheese


If the name alone isn’t enough of a hint, Cheese isn't a particularly subtle strain. No, smoking this bud won’t remind you of the usual aromas associated with cannabis, like a Christmas trees or citrus fruit. This one has a pungent cheddar scent, but it's not nearly as unpleasant as it sounds. Originating from the U.K. as a cross between a Skunk #1 phenotype and Afghani, the indica-dominant strain, courtesy of our friends at Nevada-based cultivator, Garden of Weeden, won’t keep you on your toes. Most likely, it will knock you off your feet, no matter how firmly you have them planted in the ground.

The Effects of Gardens of Weeden Cheese

The Cheese strain has a reputation of being hard and swift, resulting in a relaxing body high that will leave your limbs numb—in the best way, of course. In other words, if you’ve got some serious back pain or soreness, you can count on Cheese for fast relief. Or, if you just want to completely throw your responsibilities out of the window for a night of body-melting euphoria, this is the optimal choice. Just make sure to plan for a Postmates order, because you’ll definitely be hit with a strong case of the munchies when you’re enjoying a potent hit of Cheese.

The next time you’re in the mood for an indica that will leave you in the highest state of bliss you could ever imagine, take a chance on some literally cheesy-scented, remarkably dank bud. Head to your nearest MedMen cannabis retailer in Nevada to pick up some Gardens of Weeden Cheese.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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