Cannabis users who enjoy cheesy and creamy flavors will definitely love Balmoral. This strain is bred by Tweed as a phenotype of UK Cheese cannabis strain.  Balmoral is the perfect strain for anyone who enjoys skunky and pungent overtones. Apart from having a complex creamy rotten cheese aroma, this strain is surprisingly sweet. Balmoral has an average potency but its flavor and aroma are truly special.

Type: Balanced Hybrid Strain, 50% Sativa / 50% Indica

Flowering: 8 to 9 weeks

Climate: Warm to temperate

Yield: Low to Medium

Flavors: Skunky, sweet, cheese, pungent, spicy, creamy, chemical, pine

THC Level: 13% to 16%

Height: Medium

Growing Difficulty: Moderate

What are the Effects of Balmoral?

Balmoral lovers claimed that the effects of the strain start with a mild euphoria. The effects are intensifying as it slowly creeps over your system. Balmoral can then become very heavy, making you feel lazy and sleepy. Users claimed that Balmoral has very strong sedative effects. But before you become sedate, expect your spirit to be uplifted. You’ll be surprised at how great this strain is when it comes to transforming you into a more sociable individual.

What are the Medical Benefits of Balmoral?

Balmoral is best for relieving pain, headaches, and muscle spasm. You can also use it as a cure for stress, nausea, and depression. Since Balmoral can make you feel mellow, comfortable, and happy, this strain is great for treating several mood disorders. It is great for Bipolar Disorders and mood swings. Moreover, it can also be used to combat insomnia. Want to experience a deep and quality sleep? Smoke Balmoral!

What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Balmoral?

Expect dryness of mouth and eyes after using Balmoral. It is critical that you have a soda or clean water near you whenever you are smoking this cheesy strain.

Tips for Growing Balmoral

Balmoral can survive in both indoor and outdoor. It can easily grow and develop in hydroponics grow system. These plants are also resilient to pests, bugs, and molds. Make sure that you are able to provide your Balmoral plants the right amount of water and nutrients.