Cheese on the head usually summons images of Wisconsin football fans. This strain probably isn’t very popular there, though. In fact, it’s not terribly popular anywhere. It’s likely easiest to find on the West Coast or in Colorado, but even there it isn’t common. With THC levels that can reach 20%, this is a relatively strong sativa-dominant hybrid (70:30 sativa/indica hybrid). CBD levels are low, though just how low isn’t clear. There’s another strain by the same name, though that is a pure sativa with lower THC and CBD levels. Cheddar Head is ideal for treating depression and chronic pain, as well as anxiety. The high is relaxed but stimulating, with a boost of energy. Despite its name, this strain doesn’t taste or smell like cheddar cheese. Rather it has a sugary sweet aroma and a fruity candy flavor with hints of berries. Cheddar Head is a crossbreed of Exodus Cheese and Snowdawg 2. Its popularity is limited, though it’s probably easiest to find on the West Coast and in Colorado. It’s usually scarce on the black market, though local cultivators will sometimes cross Exodus and Snowdawg without knowing Cheddar Head already exists.