THC 26 % ®CALI
Choco , also known as Chocolope , also known as D-Line Like coffee, the CHOCO BLACK SHEEP strain also boosts energy and thought focus, while boosting the spirit. Ideal for morning use. No wonder Choco is used for a variety of medical conditions throughout the cannabis community, Choco is the brilliant genetic combination of two powerful Sativas. Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze. Its genetics are pure and distinguished, with almost 100% sativa content. Many trust the Choco strain to replace their morning and daily doses of caffeinated beverages, and we can agree that this replacement is definitely energizing, motivating, focused, and refreshing. Operating as a prominent and highly popular strain throughout the 1980s, Chocolope only continued to gain a following, spreading across Europe, Canada and America as a mouth-watering marijuana, in part for its revolutionary effects on the body and mind. , but also because of its tasty and mouth-watering flavor profile. Additionally, Choco is a heavy Sativa in THC content, ranking at 26% on average and CBG 3% While it may not contain as heavy a CBD content, that doesn’t stop Choco from being medicinal, with many patients turning to it the strain for relief from chronic pain, anxiety, stress, depression, migraines, fatigue and muscle spasms, as well as a vast number of other conditions and ailments.
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cannabis growers can be happy to hear that this strain is quite easy to grow, with a satisfying yield if successfully bred. Because of these factors, even complete beginners will find that it is possible to grow Chocolope, provided they have the sufficient space to grow a tall sativa strain like this. Choco grows effectively both indoors and outdoors, but prefers a sunny and Mediterranean climate if outside. These conditions can easily be imitated indoors, with the right air conditioning systems and of course, with adequate ventilation. The flowering period for Choco is approximately 9-10 weeks, with harvest falling around mid-October for outdoor crops. An indoor yield results in about 600 grams of flowers on average, per square meter, while an outdoor yield is significantly higher, around 950 grams per plant. All in all, the benefits of Choco are many, so give this strain a try and see something great come out of it.