Chocolate Hashberry

Chocolate Hashberry

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
14% - 16%
Yield
Medium to high
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Strain Information

This strain has attractive foliage and aromatic with amazing effects. It knows where to exactly tickle your taste buds. It would please the bottom part of the tip of the tongue with its semi-sweet savory taste. It got its good characteristics from Blackberry Kush and Chocolate Kush. Results from laboratories show that it has plenty of terpene humulene.

This semi-sweet savory strain is from the plant that carries a splendor of colors. There are different phenotypes, and the buds can have red or purple shade. The buds have a leafy, loose Sativa-look, and there are pale yellow pistils. When smoking this strain, it’s like you’re devouring a bouquet of chocolates and topped with wine and berries. It’s good to enjoy its earthy and chocolatey goodness once in a while.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Chocolate Hashberry?

The cured flower of this strain has a sharp scent of hash. When it’s crushed, the earthy aroma comes out mingled with fruity and chocolate flavor. The overall effect can be compared to red wine. Out of this delicious strain, a quick body high engulfs the user’s system. It enhances focus and energy, so laziness will be avoided.

It has a relaxing effect that seems to melt one’s body with uplifting force. It’s just moderate, and it slowly spreads all over the body. The mental alertness that it provides increases motivation and inspiration.

What are the Medical Benefits of Chocolate Hashberry?

It carries a substantial quantity of anti-inflammatory agents to treat arthritis, menstrual cramps, joint pain, spasms, and other kinds of chronic pain. It is also capable of relieving migraines, headaches, fatigue, nausea, and stress. Mood swings can also be managed by this weed. Individuals who desire to be free from mental stress and physical relaxation will find refuge from this strain.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Chocolate Hashberry

Dry mouth and dry eyes are always associated with smoking weed. These are the common adverse effects that can be stopped by drinking a lot of water. Some users have gone through slight dizziness and mild headache.

How to grow Chocolate Hashberry?

This breed has a short and bushy plant that looks like a small Christmas tree. Out of this short stature is a resilient bush that can withstand any conditions. So it can survive within indoors and outdoors setting. The right amount of nutrients will boost its yield.

Growers must learn to trim techniques for this strain. So this strain is for people who have experienced growing one of its kind. It grows bushy, so you need to get rid of growing fan leaves. They can obstruct the development of calyxes that are located at the bottom of the plant. Another purpose for trimming it is to increase the volume of top buds.