It may not sound super appetizing, but the cannabis strain called Green Cheese is actually a well-balanced strain with THC levels that can be accurately described as moderate, falling in between 10 and 12 percent. Green Cheese users won’t have to wait long for its high to make itself known, sometimes appearing right at the tail end of a toke.
Green Cheese may first manifest as a tightening around the forehead or a blush in the cheeks, which then leads to feeling more intense or freer flowing thoughts. This strain can be a great option for when one needs to feel particularly creative or productive. Sometimes Green Cheese can also lend itself to sensory distortions, making things like time seem like it is going slower or faster.
The physical effects of Green Cheese will start to show up after about an hour, beginning with a tingling sensation that flows downward through the body, starting at the spine. Any muscle tension or aches and pains will start to feel soothed. At this point, Green Cheese might be best enjoyed from the couch with some snacks and a season of a tv show at the end of an afternoon or the beginning of an evening.
Medical marijuana users tend to find Green Cheese helpful in dealing with depression or stress, and even chronic injuries or conditions. It can also aid in issues like lack of appetite, thanks to its ability to induce the munchies.