10% - 15%
1.40oz per square meter
The aroma of cocoa and the gentle state of relaxation are found in this hybrid strain. It is a hybrid strain from the mix of Lowryder and Chocolate Kush. It’s best to consume this at the end of the day to feel relaxed without sedative effects.
This strain produces tree-like buds which are made up of dense and tightly-coiled leaves. They’re coated with sticky and cloudy trichomes, which makes it difficult to crush by hands.
Chocolate Drop Strain Specifications
Type: 70% Indica, 30% Sativa
Flowering Period: 56 – 65 days
Climate: warm, semi-humid
Yield: 1.40oz per square meter
Flavors: toasty cocoa, vanilla beans, herbal, earthy, citrus
THC Level: 10% – 15%
Height: short or medium
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Chocolate Drop?
The main element in this strain’s flavor is cocoa, so it’s like a dessert. It gives off a sweet smoke, and it will give you more flavors like nutty, earthy, sugary, and vanilla if you dig deeper into it. It gives consumers a sense of warmth that makes them happy and relaxed with giggling sensation.
Other effects will depend on your surroundings. If you’re only scheduled to chill, you can get the relaxation that doesn’t make you couch-lock. It can improve your analytical skills when you’re dealing with things.
What are the Medical Benefits of Chocolate Drop?
With its moderate potency, it’s a perfect treatment for conditions like anxiety, chronic stress, depression, mood swings, bipolar disorder, and PTSD.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Chocolate Drop
Reports of negative effects are rare. Newbies who challenged themselves with high dosage may feel dizzy. The long-lasting high strain may cause paranoia to some people.
How to Grow Chocolate Drop?
Growers need to get clippings from a mature plant to grow this strain. Seeds are not sold online. It can grow in both outdoor and indoor settings. To speed up the flowering stage and to have a great harvest, the hydronic set-up does the job for you. Growers should determine the schedule for giving it nutrients, and it shouldn’t be overfed.