Chocolate Fondue Marijuana Seeds Information
DNA Genetics has always been known for blending unlikely strains. Their bright idea of mixing the Chocolope and Exodus Cheese birthed Chocolate Fondue into existence. As appetizing as its name, Chocolate Fondue is a delicious mix of sweet hazelnut chocolate and sour cheese. It has taken the distinct and mouth-watering assets of its parents. The mixed genes caused it to produce tiny, deep green nugs with brown and orange hairs. Some plants even produce pretty purple spots.
Its creation was inspired by the classic 1980s chocolate strains craze which is still a thing up to the present. It is proof that nothing beats a classic.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Chocolate Fondue?
Chocolate Fondue’s effects do not start right away. Its cheese, nutty, and sweet chocolate with earthy undertone is a vexing teaser. It begins by presenting the light indica effect first. A small, clear-headed high starts to wave. It slowly creeps down the body, making your hairs stand on end. It is great for morning use, especially before working due to its ability to increase focus and creativity while being chill while you’re at it.
What are the medical benefits of Chocolate Fondue?
As per its breeder, DNA Genetics, Chocolate Fondue was created for recreational uses. However, no one can deny its promising medicinal properties. It is smoked for various pains such as headaches, migraines and insomnia. Experts also recommend it for anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and PTSD patients. It can also help to stimulate the appetite for anorexia patients.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Chocolate Fondue
Since Chocolate Fondue’s effects do not kick in right away, smokers tend to overindulge. Large doses can lead to dizziness and headache. As with other strains, dryness in the mouth and eyes is inevitable. Users may also suffer an increased anxiety level.
How to grow Chocolate Fondue? Some information and Tips
Chocolate Fondue is a heavy feeder. It will absolutely love a heavy diet of magnesium, calcium, and nitrogen. Training techniques such as bending, pruning and early topping are necessary to manage height especially if you have limited space. To maintain the delicious chocolate taste, ensure that the temperature never goes beyond 26 degrees Celsius.