Strain produced by: Big Buddha Seeds
Species: Sativa Dominant (60/40)
Avg. Height:: <150 Cm
Flowering Time: 8-10 Weeks
Cannabis Cup Winner: No


Big Buddha Cheese x New York City Diesel ( Male)


Big Buddha Seeds’ Chiesel is a combination of 2 of the best marijuana flavors; Big Buddha Cheese and New York City Diesel developed by the Big Buddha whose breeding experts used a NYC Diesel male from the legendry Soma Seeds for a distinctive hint of that grapefruit taste to the ever popular cup winning Big Buddha Cheese.
Though this strain is mostly (60%) sativa, indica influence is quite strong. It takes only one day for her cannabis seeds to Germinate after a usual soaking. They produce strong and healthy seedlings suitable for both indoors and outdoors with a good response all growing methods.
Chiesel cannabis plants are very attractive and can bring a new twist into your garden. They are as elegant as any other Sativa dominant strain, with a well developed branching system supported by a sturdy stem. Mature plants are dark green, with narrow pointy leaves. A leaf to bud ratio is well balanced, buds have enough space and light to fully develop.

Chiesel’s short internode gaps explode into dense, rounded Bud-clusters which merge into huge, heavy colas by harvest time with a citrus pungent Skunk smell and taste with a stunning combination of stone and high. There are several different types of buds that can appear on this strain, ranging from purple, hairy buds with small leaflets to large leaflets with copious resin glands. They are said to contain 18%+ of THC and 1.4% of CBD and therefore produce marijuana with highly euphoric and very functional effect. Chiesel is a very potent and resinous strain and can produce a very high yield under optimum conditions.
Smoking Chiesel marijuana is fun. Her taste is a combination of an old school Haze mixed with new fuel hints what makes it highly unique and very memorable. No hangover effect makes her ideal relaxation, with no ‘Hurt’ later.

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