Cocoa OG Marijuana Seeds Information
Bred by Grand Daddy Purp, Cocoa OG is a delectable combination of Chocolate Kush and Larry OG probably x Grand Daddy Purple. The clash of these equally powerful strains produced a medium plant with tough dark green nugs covered in brown hair. It emits a strong and mouth-watering scent of cocoa and ice cream, making it perfect for smokers with the sweet tooth. The promising indica dominant strain can be grown either indoors or outdoors.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Cocoa OG?
This strain offers a very creamy smoke that smells and tastes like a sweet chocolate milkshake or ice cream. As it leaves your tongue, the cocoa and earthy notes become more apparent. This sweetness can uplift your mood before you know it. It will launch you to a euphoric high which can change your disposition for the better. You will find yourself overwhelmed by the outpouring ideas that you can’t help by share it with the people around you. You will also find yourself finding something to do to release the energy conquering you. Hunger is also common, as well as increased focus or attention.
What are the medical benefits of Cocoa OG?
Cocoa OG can aid in managing stress and anxiety, hence, it will make great medicinal marijuana for people suffering from chronic stress, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder and depression. It also induces appetite and soothes any gastrointestinal problems. Its relaxing properties can also help people suffering from insomnia and appetite loss.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Cocoa OG
Minor negative effects are having a dry mouth, irritated eyes, and parched throat. These downsides are common with potent strains but that does not mean you can take Brown Sugar easily. If excessive dosages are consumed, it can produce the opposite effects of its medicinal values. Instead of soothing pains, it can bring discomforts such as headache, hallucination, mild drowsiness, and mild paranoia. Others have reported being unable to sleep as well.
How to grow Cocoa OG? Some information and Tips
With its dominant indica genes, Cocoa OG yield potential can be encouraged well through the Sea of Green (SOG) setup. Staking may be required to support the weight of the hard nugs. To allow air ventilation, trimming the leaves is required. Jar curing for 4 weeks is also advised for an improved smell and taste.