Exodus Cheese Marijuana Strain
Exodus Cheese has a very uplifting, euphoric headiness that leaves you in a great mood.
Munchie attacks can sometimes get out of hand while smoking this marijuana strain. Make sure you have your fridge stocked.
The Exodus Collective in the U.K. hit a home run when they found this Cheese phenotype in a bag a Skunk #1 seeds. This variation of Skunk has a very pungent cheese smell, hence the name.
The Exodus collective were a group of like minded people from Luton England. The Exodus Collective openly campaigned for the immediate legalization of cannabis during the late 1080’s into the early 1990’s. As part of their campaign for a sane drug policy the exodus collective challenged the criminalization of cannabis by openly smoking and growing cannabis.
The Exodus collective also helped spearhead the underground Rave Scene in the early 1990’s by organizing free rave party once monthly. A unique feature of the exodus collective and exodus raves was the NO DEALING policy which was strictly adhered to at events. So much so when undercover police finally infiltrated the raves they found no evidence of drug dealing they could act upon. One police officer actually praised the exodus collective or there sensible approach to drug use. The Exodus Collective also managed there own ‘Fair Trade policy at events’. The collectives own price policy ensured that no one was making excessive profits from the sail of food and drinks at the parties.
Following a series of Free Parties several plots of farmland were occupied. An abandoned hotel, and empty warehouse and so on. The idea was to clean up the local neighborhood a series of community projects. The land became known as HAZ manor (Housing Action Zone).
The exact origin of cheese is hotly debated by cheese fanatics online. Some suggest that it descends from a packet of Skunk#1 by Sensi Seeds others indicate that it came from a packet of skunk#1 from sacred seeds. All do agree however that cheese is a clone of skunk#1 from the 19 80’s.
During this time Sam the Skunkman who is accredited as the original breeder of skunk#1 had moved from California to Holland to grow weed. Here Sam was still breeding his Skunk#1 line. Sam’s skunk was called skunk because it omitted a strong pungent smell when grown or smoked. Similar to that given off by a skunk. Growers in Holland loved Sam’s skunk because it yielded more and finished sooner then other strains at the time.The only problem was the smell!! Landlords were reporting growers and people were busted all over. Sam the Skunkman intentionally bred out the smell in favor of a sweeter smell and over the next few generations the skunk smell was lost.
The Exodus collective obtained a packet of seeds before these changes took place. The seeds were sown out and cuttings were taken. The clones were freely distributed among the collective.
On flowering out one of the plants the collective discovered it had a very special smell. Folklore suggests that there was a slight panic to find a cutting still in veg so genetics could be preserved for later. Further investigation found that an old lady still had a few plants growing on her bathroom window. She said it smelt like cheese.
For many years after cheese clones were distributed freely as gifts from the Exodus collective. Grateful home growers still distribute the original cheese to home growers for free.