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Exodus Cheese

4.3| 104 Reviews

What is Exodus Cheese?

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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Exodus Cheese Effects and Attributes

Lack of Appetite
Dry Eyes
Dry Mouth

Exodus Cheese Genetics and Grow Info

All values are averages.
7 - 9 wks
10 - 12 wks
> 12 wks

Exodus Cheese Flavors

  • 1. Blue Cheese
  • 2. Cheese
  • 3. Blueberry

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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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“Exodus cheese is quite strong. Not only were the effects strong but smell & taste too. I felt super uplifted, while relaxed at the same time. Initial effects were euphoria, creativity, some energy. Thereafter I got a nice body high that made me feel very relaxed. I wouldn't recommend this to beginners or those with a low tolerance. If you're experienced and looking for something with a kick, this is definitely a ...”


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