"Cheese" CBD Hemp Flowers (CBD 18% Max)
About "Cheese" CBD Hemp Flower
Cheese CBD hemp flower is another indica-dominant strain that was originally developed in the United Kingdom and is a phenotype of Skunk #1 - a cross between Afghanistan (indica), Mexico (sativa) and Columbia (sativa). This strain produces a strong cheese taste with nutty undertones, when consumed people report feeling happy, relaxed, uplifted, Hungry, and uplifted. Our Cheese CBD hemp flower contains a great level of CBD at around 22% while containing a THC content below 0.2% as is required by law.
Cheese CBD hemp flowers produce a strong cheesy taste, with nutty and earthy undertones making it an interesting flavour to consume.
Parent Strain 1: Unknown Skunk #1
When trimmed our Cheese CBD hemp flower is firm and dense, while sticky and sparkling with trichomes. All of our flowers are processed by a machine "chopper" in order to break them down into smaller pieces.
Effects (Based on Online Reviews)
Feelings: Happy, Relaxed, Euphoric, Uplifted, Hungry
Suggested to Help With**: Reported by consumers to provide them with a great night’s sleep when they had previously struggled, as well as helping people to wind down and feel relaxed, mellowing their mood and elevating how they feel.
All of our CBD flowers are hemp-derived, non-psychotoxic, THC-free* & EIHA EU certified strains. Hemp is not cannabis and will not produce the "high" often associated with cannabis. These CBD hemp flower souvenirs are all named after popular cannabis strains with similar terpene profiles, however, do not contain THC and are not related to the THC strains they're named after. All of our hemp flowers come from carefully grown Carmagnola industrial hemp.
All our hemp products are grown under government licenses in Italy and Switzerland.
*Under 0.2% THC as required by law.
**There is currently limited research into the scientific benefits of CBD on the body, while many people report CBD to help with a wide range of health conditions, these findings are not fully scientifically-backed yet. This is largely due to a lack of research within the field due to the stigma surrounding cannabis.