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Hybrid UK UK Cheese
Out of 171 ratings:
/ 3.9 Good to Very Good


UK Cheese is a popular hybrid strain known for its potent, balanced effects and signature musty cheese smell. The flavor is also unique with notes of berries and spicy cheese (one that may just have to be tasted rather than described). This strain is thought to be a specific phenotype (same genetics, different end result) of Skunk #1 that was originally cultivated in the early 1990s by a UK collective group known as “Exodus.” (As a result, this strain is also known as Exodus Cheese.) UK Cheese became popular for its energetic, euphoric head effects combined with its impressive pain relief potential. It quickly spread beyond the borders of its British home. Most users experience alert, sativa effects that allow for mental relaxation without sedation, but it may hasten bedtime for some. Effects tend to be felt in the head first, generally around the eyes, then spread throughout the entire body, producing muscle relaxation and even some tingly numbness. UK’s flowers are on the denser end of the scale and light green with a coat of orange hairs that would make both Prince Charles and Prince William jealous.

Strain Attributes

  • Flavors
UK Cheese has the following taste and smell flavor profile:
  • Effects
  • Medical
  • Negatives
UK Cheese makes patients feel:
UK Cheese helps patients relieve:
Lack of Appetite
Used to help with: Anxiety, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, Spinal Cord Injury, Gastrointestinal Disorder
Unfortunately, patients may experience:
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes

UK Cheese Availability

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frazier71 -- 3/21/2013
"One of my fav's so far!!! Great for kicking back, & just being happy & in a great mood!!!" Read more
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matto1 -- 1/25/2015
"Sourced this dank at its UK origin. All I have to say is that it will blow your mind. The high is heavy and will leave you feeling like a piece of gum stuck to a sofa. But don't fe..." Read more
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UK Cheese Genetics Information