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Sweet Choco Dog Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
><70 days
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Chocolate, Sweet, Pine, Spice

Where To Buy Sweet Choco Dog Marijuana Seeds

Sweet Choco Dog Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet Choco Dog comes from the genetics of multiple strains. It consists of the Sweet Thai, Chocolope DNA, and Chemdog D. It has an Indica and Sativa variety that has been very excellent in its effects.

The stem and branches of this marijuana is sturdy and grow tall and large. It is covered with small bushes of buds at the tip. It smells sweet with mild earthy, hashy undertones. It yields greatly, especially outdoors, and shows high resistance in molds.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Choco Dog?

This strain has a nice combination of chocolate, pine, sweet, and spice flavors. All of these tastes have mild hints but gets stronger when exhaled or smoked. It delivers a strong Indica calmness and stillness with an uplifting vibe.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet Choco Dog?

The medical experts have used cannabis to treat many illnesses and mental disorders. It is used and proven to be highly effective in numbing pain from arthritis, back pain, cancer pain, lupus, epilepsy, migraine, and chronic pains. It also alleviates insomnia, anxiety, and PTSD.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet Choco Dog?

This strain will give you a mild feeling of nervousness or palpitations. You can expect to hallucinate, paranoid, confused, moody, and aggressive but not all the time. It happens from time to time and does not stay for long unless there is continuous consumption.

How to Grow Sweet Choco Dog?

The Sweet Choco Dog is a fast flowering strain with abundant flowers. It is likely to grow almost anywhere inside your homes or outside. However, it needs to be planted in healthy soil and requires more nutrients. You need to also partner it with water from time to time and good lighting from the sun or artificial lights. Make sure to have a well-ventilated area to avoid plant suffocation.


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