Cheetah Piss

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Caryophyllene, limonene, humulene
Helps with
Pain, stress, depression
Ease of growing
When to use






Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Cheetah Piss, an evenly split hybrid, owes its wild name to its unique aroma. This moderately potent strain, scoring between 14-20% THC on average, boasts an impressive Lemonade, London Pound Cake and Gelato lineage. Combining the best of both worlds, it provides uplifting cerebral energy and happiness whilst leaving you deeply relaxed and free of pain.


The onset of Cheetah Piss effects is almost instantaneous. A rush of uplifting clarity sweeps over, taking the mind on a journey of creativity and focus. The barriers of procrastination and anxiety dissolve, replaced by an invigorated sense of purpose.

Cheetah Piss is undoubtedly a strain worth enjoying with a company as well. As a social bonding agent, it sparks curiosity, induces laughter, and encourages lively conversations lasting for hours. So be it a housewarming party or a creative working session, this flower has your back.

As time goes by, the Cheetah gradually transitions from a full-on sprint to a serene stroll, gracefully flowing down your body, leaving it at peace while the mind remains agile. Eventually, you might be so blissful and relaxed that you only want to relax on the couch with your favourite book or movie. Therefore, it will work best as a late-afternoon treat.

For similar effects, try hybrids like Blue Dream or Gummy Bear, or explore our list of top cannabis cultivars.


When it comes to chronic pain, Cheetah Piss emerges as a reliable ally, thanks to its abundance of anti-inflammatory caryophyllene, humulene and a notable 1% CBG. With the help of uplifting and energising limonene, it can temporarily relieve its users’ fatigue.

Cheetah Piss can also provide benefits to those dealing with mental pressures. It has the capacity to provide momentary relief from symptoms related to stress, anxiety, and mood disorders, promoting a sense of optimism and relaxation among its users.

Side effects

Cheetah Piss is usually well tolerated, so you can expect the most common side effects – a case of cottonmouth and eye dehydration. Although uncommon, occasional anxiety, paranoia and dizziness have also been reported. These are most likely to happen if you have a low THC tolerance or suffer from some mental health conditions; however, it is always best to be cautious. Start with a single puff and gradually increase your consumption if necessary.

Taste & Smell


Cheetah Piss presents a nice, albeit not so unusual look, with its forest-green buds sporting some subtle purple lavender hues. These are decorated with a thick trichome coat and yellow and orange hairs.

What is truly unusual about this strain, however, is its aroma and taste. You will be able to smell it from a mile away, as it emits a potent diesel and ammonia-like scent. The flavour, although reflecting these chemical notes too, is much more balanced. You will also notice a sweet and creamy influence, with rich notes of nut and butter, complemented by a citrusy exhale.



The Cheetah Piss name is a tribute to another strain popular in the early 2000s, Cat Piss, and it accurately captures the strain’s unique ammonia aroma. It originates from the genius cultivators at Cookies Fam Genetic, pioneers of distinctive cannabis varieties, who melded Lemonnade with their two hybrids, Gelato and London Pound Cake, to produce Cheetah Piss. The result? A strain as remarkable as its title suggests.

Growing conditions

Cheetah Piss is a moderately difficult strain to cultivate. It can do equally well indoors and outdoors, given optimal conditions with plenty of warmth and sunlight. Make sure you have enough space in either case, as it can grow very tall, up to almost 2 metres indoors and 2.5 metres outdoors.

It will also need a bit of care in the form of pruning and trimming to optimise the yields. Usually, you will have to wait around 9-10 weeks before harvesting, with a modest output of 150-300 grams per square metre indoors and 150-300 grams per plant outdoors.