White Cheese Weed strain is an indica dominant hybrid strain. Also, it is a three-way cross of the infamous Cheese X Super Skunk X Afghani strains. This celebrity child is best known for its delicious cheesy smell that has a skunky pungency to it as it’s smoked. The taste is very similar with a pungent creamy cheesy flavor that quickly becomes skunky upon exhale. This bud has long dense lumpy pepper-shaped forest green nugs with rich amber hairs, dark purple leaves, and a super sticky coating of sweet syrupy resin.
As the name might imply, the smell of the White Cheese weed strain is predominantly cheesy. It isn’t really a specific cheese per se, but it’s just vaguely cheesy. Sort of stinky and familiar, yet somehow new and original.
There is also a plentiful amount of that familiar skunkiness that only the best strains have. It is really clear from its aroma that White Cheese comes from Super Skunk and Afghani; it basically smells exactly like its parents, though the cheesy aroma is far more noticeable.
There is also a small element of smokiness that pervades the senses, leaving you feeling you have just walked into a backyard cookout.
The pungency of White Cheese’s cheesy and funky aroma carries through to its taste, leaving your tongue with a medley of different flavors.
On first smoking some White Cheese bud, you will right away notice that distinctive cheesiness, like a well-aged brie or a slightly salty blue cheese. It isn’t like biting directly into a wedge of cheese, however. Instead, it’s more like having some cheese waft over your palate.
The familiar sensations and memories associated with blue cheese and the distinctive funkiness will fill your senses, leaving you unable to think of anything else whatsoever.
On exhale, the main thing that your tongue feels is that smoky skunkiness that all Afghani strains traditionally carry with them. It is remarkably like smoking both Super Skunk and Afghani together, creating a confusing experience in your mouth after a little while.
What about its appearance? What does the White Cheese bud look like?
The bud of White Cheese is very pleasing to look at; it’s almost a perfect example of what high-quality marijuana bud should aspire to. It is deeply colored, with plenty of those gorgeous amber pistils dotting the surface that give it a great orange huge.
This strain is hairy, but not so much that it imitates a fluff ball. It also has a profoundly thick coating of white resin, which is made up of white trichomes. These white trichomes are very attractive and make the bud almost snowy in appearance.
Apart from that, the bud is incredibly stereotypical, almost movie-like in its appearance. It is what you would expect to find in a film about finding the perfect weed – it just looks really pretty.
Type of High
The high of White Cheese weed strain isn’t too overwhelming and is perfect for users of all levels who want a pleasant pain-free experience. It starts with a euphoric buzz felt in the head and neck that’s slightly hazy and can leave you distant and spacey at times. This is accompanied by a sleepy pain relieving effect that completely erases any pain or tension with a drowsy effect that often causes the user to drift off into a peaceful sleep if enough is smoked at once.
Medical Benefits of the White Cheese Weed Strain
White Cheese the perfect bud for treating conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, mild to moderate cases of depression, inflammation, and chronic pain. White Cheese weed strain’s first significant medical benefit is its effect on your nervous system. While most marijuana strains tend to be used in some way or another to help treat pain, White Cheese excels at pain relief when compared to other strains.
This is because of its unique combination of THC and CBD, enabling it to not only help suppress your awareness of the pain but also to help turn off the pain response, to begin with.
Just like with other high CBD strains, White Cheese is excellent at relieving both inflammation and anxiety, as well as general pain from things like headaches. Just like its effects, White Cheese’s medical benefits seem to apply to all kinds of different situations, allowing you to use it no matter what you are suffering from.
Some people enjoy using White Cheese weed strain as a sleep aid as well, though it does not actually induce sleepiness. Instead, it helps make everything a little bit easier, calming you down and preparing you for a night of restful sleep.
But what about the side effects of White Cheese? Are there any unpleasant side effects worth considering before you try this strain?
Final Thoughts on the White Cheese Strain
White Cheese weed strain is one of those rare strains that somehow manage to dodge a specific category. Instead of the simplistic characterization of strains that help induce sleep, relaxation or activity, White Cheese is somehow able to do all of them at once.
This makes White Cheese the perfect strain to always keep stocked in your house; a catch-all solution to when you don’t know what to smoke. Or, even better, the perfect option for someone who wants to experience marijuana for the first time and remains a bit nervous.
Not many strains can consider themselves a jack of all trades when it comes to effects, but White Cheese is rare; able to do everything, without being overpowering in any one aspect.