Chiesel Strain Review – Bonza Blog
Chiesel is a Sativa-dominant hybrid that fashioned functional buds with an uplifting, calming and creative qualities. It’s a daytime treat that elevates the mind to a new plane of alertness without drifting off the edge.
For generations, NYC Diesel has brought people immeasurable pleasure and comfort. It is as close to perfection a strain could get, and this fact resulted in its winning the cannabis cup – for five consecutive years. It goes without saying that breeders have taken advantage of its genetics in developing new hybrids.
NYC Diesel, though, can be intense. Perhaps that could be the motivation behind Chiesel. In introducing a hybrid with a balanced high, the resulting offspring became a somewhat tamer variety. And, the choice could not have been any better with Big Buddha Cheese. A former cup winner, it brings a fantastic balance that calms the flow of energy its partner strain carries, resulting in a relaxed awareness that works well for both daytime and nighttime use.
|Chiesel Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Big Buddha Cheese x NYC Diesel|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||60% / 40%|
|THC %||14% to 18%|
|Flowering Period||9 to 10 weeks / Late October|
|Average Yield||350 g/m2 / 550 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Chiesel packs strong and funky notes that combine well-aged cheese and diesel tanginess. The result is a full-flavored aroma that completes the exciting experience this strain offers.
There are dashes of spicy, peppery undertones, completing the whole meal. It releases a reasonably harsh smoke which tastes exactly like how it smells; delivering an interesting flavor that would need an acquired taste to appreciate this curious blend fully.
Boasting of a Sativa-to-Indica ratio of 60/40, Chiesel promises a well-balanced high that starts with a focused and energizing cerebral high. It quickly uplifts the spirit without letting users veer off and lose control. Far from it, it sparks the inner creativity even as it fuels the motivation to accomplish tasks.
Delivering a cerebral yet functional high, it’s a perfect pick-me-up strain that preps the mood for fun. It unleashes the outgoing personality and brings life to a social setting.
Before flying too high, its Indica influence weighs down on the body. Gently, it sends a comforting buzz that in no way hinders physical activities. At up to 18% THC, Chiesel is not insanely potent nor is it lacking. Use more than enough and its effects could also intensify. Under the guidance of an experienced user, it does make for an excellent first-time smoke.
Chiesel has the same adverse effects as any cannabis variety. As soon as it’s used, the psychoactive properties start manifesting. Users can expect to feel the usual dryness of the throat and eyes. Those who have a low tolerance for this strong head rush may find themselves dizzy, with a slight possibility of getting a headache. In extreme cases, it could also elevate the anxiety level.
Medical Use and Benefits
Due to its reasonable THC potency of up to 18% and CBD of 0.11%, Chiesel carves out a harmonious high that medical users can enjoy as it allows even playing fields for both physical and cerebral effects. Combined, it deals a double combo in alleviating health ailments.
As mentioned, Chiesel brings uplifting energy that acts as an effective anti-depressant and stress-relieving alternative, one that encourages patients to take on the day with a clear, focused euphoria.
Besides keeping mood swings on track, it also stimulates poor appetite. And, that is highly beneficial to cancer patients who are suffering from the effects of chemotherapy and the likes.
Further, its mild Indica influences have enough power to give a body-numbing buzz that helps relieve fatigue, chronic pain, muscle spasms and some symptoms of fibromyalgia as it eases the tension off and effectively relaxes the body.
True to its roots and prizewinning status, Chiesel promises a bountiful harvest when raised in an environment that is tailor-made for its needs. Of course, that means it would require a bit of expertise and a green thumb to cultivate this plant to its full potential successfully.
Ideally, Chiesel is a home-buddy that flourishes when grown indoors using soil as the medium or hydroponics setup, along with a generous amount of nutrient feeding fit for a growing champion. It can thrive outdoors too, so long as it is under a constantly sunny climate.
Flowering time can take about 9 to 10 weeks before harvesting. Under optimal conditions, it can produce a yield of 450 grams per square meter. Outdoors, harvest falls around late October with each plant producing some 550 grams.
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