Cheese Quake is a great means to treat pain or anxiety and every grower will be in awe at how large the buds of this green beast can become. When TGA Subcool crossed Cheese and Querkle, he created a true gem with high medical value. Both Cheese and Querkle are legends in their own right and their offspring is a class of its own.
Cheese Quake is suited for indoor and outdoor cultivation and it does not really matter if you chop the top off or not, it will always grow up to an unbelievably productive plant, be it in the classic tree shape or as a wide bush. Each and every plant will be a variation of the parent plants, but there are two main phenotypes.
The one with the Urkle dominance has that typical grape and musty taste, whereas the one with the Cheese dominance has that distinctive cheese smell. But there is one thing those two have in common and that is the same euphoric high, combined with an intense body relaxing and pain killing effect. Smoking enough of it can be so relaxing that you reach a state of complete incapacity.
After a flowering time of 8-9 weeks the buds of Cheese Quake look like a giant cluster of lime-green popcorn and are filled to the brim with cannabinoids. Roughly 19% of the harvest is THC and 1.5% CBD, making Cheese Quake more than the sum of its predecessors. The taste of the smoked weed is a very pleasant mix of cheese and fruits alongside a musty, sour smell and hints of grape.