Jamaican Chocolate

Jamaican Chocolate

  • Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    9 to 10 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm outdoor climate
  • Yield:
  • Flavors:
    Incense, pine, berries, coffee, and musk
  • THC Content:
    20% to 23%
  • Height:
    Tall, reaching up to nine feet tall
  • Growing Difficulty:

Strain Information

Bred by Jamaican Seeds, the Jamaican Chocolate is a sativa dominant hybrid created by crossing three landrace strains – Jamaica x Africa Kongo strain with the India South cannabis strains. The strain has an interesting profile of pine, incense, and fruity (berries) with mild undertones of coffee and musk.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Jamaican Chocolate?

The strain produces an interesting flavor mix of pine, incense, and berries. This already delicious profile is further enhanced with undertones of coffee and musk. The effects of this strain are extremely psychedelic that can last up to an hour. While the effects are largely cerebral, it also offers a mellow physical body high that will not cause drowsiness or couchlock. This makes the bud an ideal strain to smoke during the daytime.

What are the Medicinal Benefits of Jamaican Chocolate?

With its parental lineage, it comes as no surprise that this weed’s medicinal value is far-reaching and wide. It is being used by many to treat depression, anxiety, and stress. It is also known to treat pains and aches, such as arthritis. Other benefits, including alleviating asthma and HIV symptoms. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Jamaican Chocolate?

When used in a high dosage or above a person’s tolerance levels, this potent strain can cause anxiety and mild paranoia. Moderation is always advised. Additionally, it can also cause dry and itchy eyes and dry mouth.

How to Grow Jamaican Chocolate?

When cultivated outdoors, the plant can reach up to nine feet in height. Thus, it is important for growers to monitor the colas to ensure that the needed stake support is provided whenever needed. When fed heavily with its needed nutrients (air, natural light, and humidity), the plant can easily reward its growers with generous yields. The plant can also be cultivated indoors.

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