X-tra Chz

“Extra cheese, please.” In retrospect, most have probably uttered these words at one point or another. After all, the delicious dairy is a godsend. Thankfully, an equally flavorful strain that goes by the playful name ‘X-tra Chz’ exists in the cannabis industry.

In creating X-tra Chz, MTG used two premium European strains. One of which is a mainstay in Dutch cafes called Cheese Bomb. From it, the former gained its award-winning psychedelic buzz. The illustrious Cheese #1 was later on added for its beginner-friendly high, unique genetics, and versatility. Both also enhanced the overall cheesiness of their offspring.

Overall, X-tra Chz is tremendously versatile. Though its intended use is therapeutic, its evenly-split genetics make for a great recreational strain. And, with THC levels ranging from 10% to 16%, it allows beginners and seasoned users to control and build their high up to a level they are comfortable with.

Information about X-tra Chz:

ORIGIN Cheese #1 and Cheese Bomb
EFFECTS Sleepy – 10
Uplifted – 10
Euphoric – 10
Happy – 10
Hungry – 10
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) Dizzy – 10
Dry mouth – 10
Headache – 10
FRAGRANCE Cheesy, sweet, pungent, earthy, skunk
FLAVORS Cheese, creamy, sweet, wood, skunk
MEDICAL Depression – 10
Eye pressure – 10
Headache – 10
Lack of appetite – 10
Pain – 10
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS 7 to 9 weeks
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS Late September to mid-October
THC CONTENT % 10% to 16%
INDICA / SATIVA % 50%/50%
INDOOR YIELD 12 to 14 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD 12 ounces or more per plant
CLIMATE Warm climate

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest

Effects

As alluded to earlier, X-tra Chz is a versatile strain with a buildable high. When used to the limit of one’s tolerance, the psychedelic experience is enjoyable. In fact, one of its winning traits is its euphoric rush. As it spreads to the deepest recesses of the mind, it leaves users feeling happy from within.

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Although, users should note that the cerebral stimulation is a little hunger-inducing. For convenience’s sake, it is best to prepare snacks ahead of time. This will also keep users from moving around too much especially as the Indica effects of X-tra Chz begin to manifest.

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Gradually, as the uplifting buzz trickles down from the temples, the soothing sensation eases the muscles. In waves, an intense heaviness sets in the limbs and, in all likelihood, locks users to their couches. Free of physical and mental tension, it is highly likely that the full-bodied relaxation whisks users off to dreamland.

Fragrance

X-tra Chz’s pleasing cheesy aroma is enough to excite the senses. It is sweet but pungent with earthy undertones. Broken apart or ground, a sweet but skunky scent reveals itself.

Flavors

Carrying over to its flavors is X-tra Chz’s overtones of cheese. Its smoke, though thick, is creamy and leaves a sweet aftertaste in the mouth. Blending in on the exhale is a surprising hint of wood and skunk.

Adverse Reaction

Consuming marijuana always comes with a cost. For one, it always causes dehydration – with symptoms including red eyes and a cottonmouth as cannabinoids interfere with the production of moisture in the salivary glands. It may also cause a mild headache or a sudden dizziness, especially when the bud is not paced in moderate amounts.

X-tra Chz Adverse Reaction

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Medical

Being a medical cannabis genetics company, MTG Seeds has produced countless strains aimed at relieving various symptoms of mental and physical affliction. X-Tra Chz, for example, melts away stress with its uplifting high. In effect, it also temporarily eases the feeling of emptiness and constant reliving of traumatic memories in people with depression or PTSD. Similarly, the same psychoactive compounds also stimulate the appetite.

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X-tra Chz also has equally powerful analgesic properties. It provides a reprieve against painful aches like spasms and headaches. And, as the soothing buzz ebbs down from the temples, it also eases intraocular pressure – a common symptom of glaucoma, an eye disease that is the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide.

X-tra Chz Medical

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Growing

Apart from its remarkable effects, X-tra Chz is also praised for its well-balanced plant structure. For one, its height is manageable and its stems are quite sturdy. Its branches, though seemingly thin, grow laterally with more axillary buds producing flowers. They can also carry the weight of its lumpy but heavy nugs.

There is no reason to believe X-tra Chz does not grow well outdoors. In fact, its breeders at MTG Seeds prefer growing their seeds in a well-aerated, natural environment precisely because it brings out the plant’s best potential. However, garden growing comes with possible pests and extreme weather. For this reason, aspiring breeders prefer growing their batch indoors where deciding factors such as lighting, temperature, and humidity can be adjusted.

Once mature, the buds turn into a stunning forest green to a deep bluish purple with golden undertones. Typical of evenly-split hybrids, X-tra Chz has dense nugs that taper on each end. At times, they may even take the shape of popcorn. Regardless, aspiring growers are guaranteed of a silver blanket of trichomes.

Flowering Time

Indoors
X-tra Chz has an indoor flowering period of 7 to 9 weeks. Once ready for harvest, each square meter yielding up to 14 ounces.

Outdoors
Garden grown X-tra Chz often yield more, with each plant producing more than 12 ounces of buds dripping in trichome. In the northern hemisphere, growers should see flowers before the first week of October.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own X-tra Chz? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

Robert

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