Chocolope is a happy Sativa bred by DNA Genetics. A mix of Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze, this strain has a unique chocolate-covered fruit aroma with a hint of haziness. Try this strain with your morning coffee.
Users often report feeling happy, uplifted, and energized after a few puffs of this nutty strain. Expect strong cerebral effects and improved focus with this lanky herb. Patients tend to use this strain for stress, anxiety, and mood disorders. It features a fairly high THC levels, hovering between 17 and 21%. Thanks to its stimulating Thai heritage, this strain is great to use in the morning. Rather than leave you stuck on the couch, this strain will feel like a strong cup of coffee. The Sativa lineage also makes this strain a little on the psychedelic side. While some with anxiety love this strain, it may be a little too intense for others. Those prone to paranoia with cannabis might want to slow with Chocolope.
Traits of Chocolope and Chocolope Seeds
Chocolope is a daring Sativa bred by DNA Genetics. A sunny daughter of Chocolate Thai and Cantaloupe, this strain tastes and smells like chocolate covered fruit. Nearly 100% Sativa, this strain is practically guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. Marijuana enthusiasts will note the earthy, dank aroma of this strain with its sweet undertones, all of which get quite intense once the weed is broken up. Like many other Sativas, this strain takes a little while to flower. You’ll be waiting for 9 to 10 weeks before harvest. But, the large, beautiful colas are well worth the wait.
Medical Benefits of Chocolope
Unique flavors and aromas aside, Chocolope has a number of medicinal benefits to offer medical marijuana patients.
- The acute sense of focus offered by this strain can make it an excellent tool for managing ADD/ADHD
- Marijuana consumers can expect to feel a sense of euphoria and emotional uplift with this strain, making it useful for combating stress, depression and anxiety
- Such is this strain’s potency that it can even be used for more severe conditions such as PTSD