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Case: Cheese & Chong (flower)
File Date: 11/25/2016
Case No: 0069
Cheese & Chong Flower
Type: Sativa-dominant Hybrid (Approximately 60/40)
Genotype: Cheese & Chong = Exodus Cheese X Casey Jones
Original Breeder: Connoisseur Genetics
Cheese = Skunk #1 (Afghani X Acapulco gold X Columbian gold)
Casey Jones = Trainwreck X Thai X East Coast Sour Diesel
Cultivator: Nature’s Grace and Wellness
Date Purchased: 11/19/2016
Delivery Method(s) Used: clean, glass pipe
Cannabinoids Profile: THCa 21.53%; THC .55%; CBDa 0%; CBD 0% (LK Pure Labs)
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Phenotype Profile: This sample’s buds were mostly bright mid-greens with gnarly light orange and yellow hairs throughout.
Bud Density: 4 [1-5]
Terpene Profile: In their intact state, these buds smelled very lightly of cheese and sweet-earth. Once ground, you’re met with cheese and light fuel followed by sweet anise (or berry-like, depending on your palate) with pungent undertones. When smoked, tastes of musky cheese and light diesel with a sweet, lingering finish. Complex flavors and aromas.
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Effects: Powerful, long lasting effects that start in the eyes and radiate outward and envelop your head before moving on to your body, with the final effects favoring the cerebral without neglecting the body. Like its terps, this is a unique set of effects.
Duration of Effects: 2+ hours
May Help With: Helped with mood, fatigue and post-operative pain. May also help with muscle or nerve pain, general body pain, intraocular pressure, stress, possibly joint pain (and more)
I first tried this bud back in December 2015 and wanted to revisit it. This 2016 batch is an excellent example. A great strain for its potency, unique complexity and medicinal efficacy.
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