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Exodus Cheese

Exodus Cheese

4.3| 83 Reviews

Strain Highlights

Generally known as simply “Cheese” or “UK Cheese,” Exodus Cheese is the original clone-only strain that originated in Southern England sometime during the late 1980s or early 90s. Said to be grown from a packet of Sensi Seeds Skunk #1, it is known for its high yields, potency and distinct, overwhelmingly strong cheese-like odor. Though the identity of the original grower is still debated, at some point in the early 90s the cannabis lifestyle activists based in Luton calling themselves Exodus acquired some clones of Cheese and from there it rapidly became one of the most popular and sought after varieties in the UK. Since then many breeders have created seed lines using Cheese, while the original clone is still found in grow rooms around the globe.

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Strain Attributes

Relaxed
Euphoric
Uplifted
Happy
Sleepy
Stress
Depression
Insomnia
Pain
Nausea
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Dizzy
Paranoid
Headache

Strain Data

Parents of Exodus Cheese
Flowering Days
56

Flavors

  • 1. Cheese
  • 2. Sweet
  • 3. Pungent

Review Highlights

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“this isn't the original cheese, or even the one favoured by the exodus collective, which remains 'clone only' to this day. the real deal has a taste as strong as the smell, and it's the fruitiest thing this side of blueberry, but considerably more potent and so deserves respect; it's caused more 'whiteys' than any other strain in the uk, and takes a while to get used to. the biggest problem is that funky sme...”

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“Favorite strain for Mother plants in my area of England. The strain is always passed as a cutting and Green House Seeds fake doesn't seem to be very dominant in my area even though it does pop up. Exodus can grow very stocky its brilliant for an outside cultivator trying to ninja the Cops but does tend to stink to high heaven nearing the end of flowering. Pungent smell which is more sickly with a heavy damp sweetnes...”

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