Chocolope Strain

$220.00

Chocolope Strain

Chocolope Strain
Chocolope Strain
Chocolope, often known as D-Line, is a beginner grower’s dream plant! She is exceptionally easy to grow, with a heavy yield and large hefty nugs. This sativa-dominant plant likes to grow tall, so keep that in mind if space is a constraint; Chocolope Strain but, with a little training, she can grow out. We decided to backcross our Original Chocolate Thai female with the Cannalope male in order to attain a shorter flower time while still retaining some of the Original Chocolate Thai characteristics. What makes this strain so unique is that you can taste the chocolate you’ve been missing since the 1980s when you smoke her! Chocolope is “THE” Chocolope! There’s not a lot of haze, but you don’t need it. With a perfect track record

Chocolope Strain

Chocolope (also known as D-Line) is a pure sativa cannabis strain that tastes and smells earthy and sweet, like chocolate, with a fruity undertone reminiscent of its parent strains. It has light green buds with a lot of dark orange, brown, and/or red hairs on them.
Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze are the parents of this strain. Chocolope should not be confused with Chocolope Kush. Chocolope Kush is an indica strain that produces a unique high.Chocolope Strain

Chocolope Strain

Its THC content is usually about 15%, although it can go up to 21%. Chocolope produces a strong cerebral high that is commonly regarded as dreamy, dreamlike, and thought-provoking, making it ideal for both new and experienced cannabis users. It is thought to be beneficial in dealing with stress.

This aromatic, robust bud, which is a strong indica, is popular among both veteran smokers and recreational users.
The aroma of Blackberry Kush is as sweet as its name suggests. Blackberry Kush’s strong calming properties have made it a hit in the medical cannabis sector, and it’s because of this that it’s been in demand since it first appeared. Blackberry Kush is a gorgeous indica cannabis strain with dark violet buds laced with deep greens, yellows, and even black colours wrapped in orange hairs. It has an earthy, sweet berry scent and a similar flavor. Some crops have been tested to see whether they can produce a fuel-like undertone. Chocolope Strain

Chocolope Strain

There have been some disagreements about the Blackberry Kush lineage. Some think it’s merely the offspring of Afghani indica and hybrid Blackberry, while others believe it’s a cross of Afghani and DJ Short Blueberry. Others speculate that it is the offspring of an Afghani/Blackberry hybrid mated with Bubba Kush.=
The THC percentage is currently about 13%, but powerful crops have yielded up to 20%. Its high is considered to be incredibly calming, reducing body pain and pains while also creating euphoria in the user. This strain might also give you the munchies. It’s best to use it at night because it can make you sleepy, and reviewers say it helps with insomnia.Chocolope Strain

Chocolope Strain

Chocolope, popularly known as “D-Line,” is a popular sativa strain created by crossing Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze. The outcome is a delectable homage to the popular chocolate strains of the 1980s. Chocolope’s massive buds produce earthy, sweet coffee flavors that are dreamy and cerebral. Customers describe a powerful, euphoric mood shift, which is beneficial for dealing with despair or stress. Chocolope, often known as D-Line, is a nearly completely sativa hybrid with a rich flavor profile. Chocolope was created by breeder DNA Genetics (who may also be responsible for the strain Headband’s stabilization) as a mix between the tasty Chocolate Thai and Cannalope strains.
Chocolate is a unique flavor in the cannabis world — it comes from a landrace parent strain. Chocolate Thai may have developed this flavor by a mixture of terpene synthesis and terroir, absorbing nutrients from the fertile soil that also supports coffee cultivation. In the 1980s, chocolate Thai was immensely popular in the United States. Chocolope, meanwhile, has won multiple awards at the High Times Cannabis Cup and the High Life Cup, and was named Strain of the Year on the cover of High Times magazine in 2007. CannaFrost, an Alaskan grower and processor, gave us with samples that tested at 23.84 percent THC in early 2019. This newest test result is about 2% higher than prior ones. Chocolope Strain

Chocolope Strain

Unlike the nugget-like buds of stronger indica types, Chocolope has long, fluffy buds that take on an almost cylindrical shape. The leaves are dark green and loosely packed; while they might be sticky, they’re usually simpler to break up than pure indica strains and don’t always require a grinder. Pistils are a bright orange color. The cured buds have a deep, earthy aroma with a hint of sweetness. This earthy aroma is slightly more powerful when buds are split up and combusted. The smoke from this strain is pleasant, tasting predominantly fruity with notes of chocolate and resembling the parent strain Cannalope Haze on the inhale. Notes of cocoa and coffee