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Cheese Quake


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Cheese Quake is a hybrid cultivar that has an average of 17% THC content. This cultivar is the result of crossing Cheese with Querkle. Consumers report this cultivar has prominent cheese, earthy, pungent and sweet flavors. Cheese Quake’s dominant terpene is myrcene. A common negative side effect of Cheese Quake is that consumers feel dry mouth. HashDash users report relief from pain and stress when ingesting Cheese Quake.

Dominant Terpenemyrcene
Parent CultivarsCheeseQuerkle

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dry mouth (57)
dry eyes (33)
dizzy (9)
This information is for entertainment and education purposes only. Platform user feedback on cultivar effects is based on the individual’s experience, and not based on the advice of any medical professional.

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Is Cheese Quake Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Cheese Quake is a hybrid. Its lineage is Cheese and Querkle.

Due to advanced cultivation techniques and cross-breeding, essentially most cultivars are hybrids.

Is Cheese Quake strong?

Cheese Quake has a THC percentage of 17%. Newer consumers may consider this a medium-THC strain. While THC content varies, Cheese Quake may be a good entry strain.

Experiences vary depending on the consumer. Tolerance level, lifestyle, diet, and growing method all impact how a strain makes you feel.

What does Cheese Quake smell like?

HashDash platform users indicate that Cheese Quake smells like cheese, due to its terpenes profile of myrcene.

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