Developed by the well respected breeders at Auto Seeds, Purple Cheese was created by crossing Purple #1, Blue Cheese and Auto #1. With the introduction of ruderalis, the Auto Seeds team have created a potent cheese strain that grows without the overriding cheese odour, but still maintains an extreme potency.
The Purple Cheese strain has a slight musky smell, mixed with overtones of cheese, which when smoked is complemented nicely by a slight fruity flavour. After just a couple of tokes, it delivers an energizing and social high that moves on quickly to a classic, intense body stone. Medically, this strain can be used to treat patients suffering from stress, muscular pain, and insomnia.
Purple Cheese seeds grow short, staying between 50 and 80 centimetres and making them ideal if space is a factor. The plants have a high bud to leaf ratio and maintain a tight, compact flower structure that develop blue or purple hues, which are made more vibrant by cooler night time temperatures. THC levels for the strain are measured as high.
Indoors, Purple Cheese seeds thrive in either a hydro or soil set up and its autoflowering properties mean that it doesn’t need a change to its lighting schedules, with growers getting the most out of the plant when it is left on a 20/4 lighting schedule. The plants can go from seed to harvest in as little as 60 days and yields are high for an autoflowering weed strain.
Due to the robust nature of its genetics, it can be grown outdoors in colder northern climes. Outdoors, the plants can grow a little taller, stretching to just over a meter, but stay a discreet size if nosey neighbours are an issue. Harvests can come twice over the course of one summer if you plant straight after the last frost; in July and October.
The Purple Cheese strain is an excellent and fun weed strain to grow for both the beginner and experienced grower, with cannabis connoisseurs enjoying the complex fruity and musky flavour. Medicinal users should definitely consider this easy to grow strain for its high CBD levels.
Purple Cheese from Auto Seeds is a great choice if you’re looking for an easy to grow medical weed strain that has masses of bag appeal and a potent high.
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About this Hybrid Strain
If you’re a fan of the cheese strains, Purple Cheese won’t disappoint. It emits a scent that like combining blue cheese with fresh berries that intensifies as you break it up. Its taste is a bit similar with earthen tones, and some that have smoked it have said it can be a bit harsh if you take big hits. Its buds are dense and shaped like cones with lots of yellow pistils and occasional shades of blue intertwined within its flowers.
THC levels can vary between the low teens and low 20’s so be sure to check how much is in your batch before fashioning a serving for yourself.
This indica-dominant hybrid is a cross between Purple #1, Blue Cheese, and Low Ryder. Some phenotypes have been tested as having higher-than-average CBD levels.
Some fans of this strain have said its effects are energetic at onset, but they transition into a light sedation as the high wears down. Reviewers note that it can relax muscles, help manage pain, and help with migraines or depression. Many enjoy it for its potential to create an overall feeling of relaxation that spreads from mind to body. Some have experienced a foggy mindset that they describe as pleasant, but hasn’t helped them focus much.
If you’re a fan of the cheese strains, Purple Cheese won’t disappoint. It emits a scent that like combining blue cheese with fresh berries that intensifies as you break it up. Its taste is a bit similar with earthen tones, and some that have smoked it have said it can be a bit harsh if…