El Chapo is developed by The Plug and Sour Genetics. It is a cross of Sour Diesel IBL and Headbanger strain. Most of its characteristics got from its parents, mainly, Sour Diesel. Various weed loves, sometimes confuse this strain with El Chapo OG strain (Face Off OG, SFG OG, and OG Kush)
Its bud is a dense jade popcorn-like that exhibits a shimmering coat of trichomes. The aroma of this strain reflects its taste, but it also has wood and skunk smell. This stain lasts for quite a long time. El Chapo is excellent to use in the daytime.
El Chapo bears base notes of earth and diesel taste, topped with herbs, and as well as a hint of citrus. El Chapo is known as a popular choice for recreational users. It can give users a very intense euphoric feeling due to its parent’s power and can make provide them with a state of feeling happy. This strain improves mood and energy until it uplifts the spirits of users. It induces creativity to users and heightened focus and gives super relaxation. Some said, it tickles one’s psychedelic senses.
Many people use this as a “wake and bake strain.” Its euphoric buzz helps in vanishing stress, and since it uplifts the spirit, then it can help people with depression control their thoughts and emotions better. It is also an aid for appetite loss and can be used for pain relief. It carries anti-inflammatory properties, so people suffering arthritic conditions would probably like this. Its de-stressing properties can reduce stress and adds to the progress of healing. People suffering from heavy body lethargy, El Chapo, is the solution. Its light head high generates a significant impact feeling of happiness. People with cancer can also smoke this strain because it can help them boost their appetite loss due to chemical radiation treatments and medications.
It can give users dry mouth and dry eyes. It can make paranoid, especially when taken in high dosage. It gives dizzy spells and anxiety, and sometimes, it upbeat high is quite difficult to manage, especially when you are not accustomed to sativa strains.
People have classed El Chapo as being moderately difficult to cultivate because it is a photoperiod kind of strain. When its harvest time, most growers will need to treat this as an indoor strain, which also means they need to manage and control its light cycles. It is essential to maintain the growing place sterile because this plant is vulnerable to powdery mildew, and this is quite hard to remove. Growers must not forget to trim and prune this plant so that it can thrive beautifully.