It is not far-fetched to say that Chloe is one-of-a-kind. It is a powerful Sativa-leaning strain with THC levels that range between 17% to 24%. Its brand of high usually leans toward cerebral, awakening the mind and senses, but its comedown is a relaxing sedation.
Cannabis connoisseurs have Medizin to thank. The Las Vegas dispensary popularized the strain locally until it reached the top of the 2015 International Cannagraphic Magazine Cup. Apart from its effects, its growing fanbase could also be attributed to its potency
Apart from being an excellent recreational companion, it could also be used to manage the symptoms of many mental and physical afflictions. Its euphoric head high is the perfect stress reliever. Not only does it eliminate the overwhelming dread, it also improves and stabilizes the mood.
The physical relief it provides is not to be discounted either. Its psychoactive compounds also act as a natural analgesic and muscle relaxant. It relieves the body of aches and pains while blanketing the body in comfort.
Information About Chloe Strain
|EFFECTS||Energetic – 10|
Relaxed – 9
Sleepy – 8
Happy – 8
Euphoric – 7
|FRAGRANCE||Sweet, herbal, pepper, spicy, earthy|
|FLAVORS||Spicy, pepper, herbal, earthy, sweet|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dry eyes – 10|
|MEDICAL||Lack of appetite – 10|
Depression – 8
Stress – 7
Insomnia – 4
Pain – 4
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||10 to 12 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Late October to mid-November|
|THC CONTENT %||17% to 24%|
|CBD %||Up to 1%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 16 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||16 ounces or more per plant|
|CLIMATE||Sunny and Mediterranean climate|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
A potent predominantly Sativa strain, Chloe loses no time in inducing its energizing effects. It delivers an invigorating rush of euphoria straight to the temples, clearing the mind and uplifting the mood in the process. No doubt, it leaves users feeling happy.
Interestingly, at the comedown, the likelihood of falling asleep is high. Its quick-acting buzz of energy turns into a soothing heaviness that plants itself in the limbs. Completely relaxed, moving becomes a hard task. Thus, finding a comfortable spot to roll around or sink into is highly recommended.
This should also serve as a warning to use Chloe only on a day off or at night. It provides just enough zest for users to do a few chores or complete a few tasks before heading to bed. Otherwise, one should keep the dosage lower for the high to keep one remaining functional.
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Chloe has a sweet aroma with herbal undertones. Breaking it apart reveals an overtone of pepper. Though spicy, it eventually turns into an earthy smoke as the buds are combusted.
Some coughing can be expected after toking Chloe. Its spicy pepper often takes center stage upon consumption. However, it quickly develops into a milder, more herbal taste complemented by an earthier undertone. On the exhale, it leaves a sweeter aftertaste.
One can expect the usual dry eyes from Chloe. Its moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids may also cause a bit of cottonmouth as it begins to interfere with saliva production. Nevertheless, both are rarely a cause for concern. The discomfort could also be managed by downing a few glasses of water throughout the day.
Chloe has various benefits including stress relief as well as management of certain psychological conditions like depression, anxiety, and PTSD. It calms the uneasiness and distress while simultaneously instilling an upbeat disposition. The clarity also allows one to focus throughout a task, making it indispensable in managing ADHD/ADD.
It improves the mood with its invigorating head high while simultaneously eliminating dread. The light stimulation also wakes the appetite. As such, it works great for long sufferers of eating disorders like anorexia.
It also contains natural painkilling properties that make it an effective analgesic. It helps relieve a wide a variety of aches and pains that almost instantly. And, compared to OTC drugs, it comes with less side effects.
After about an hour or two, the sedating buzz eventually makes users drowsy. It lulls users to bed earlier, tucking one into a deep slumber as it persists. Not only that, the freedom from mental or physical fatigue improves the quality and quantity of sleep.
Chloe sports a Sativa structure. It is not only thin-stalked, but its leaves are thin and spiral outward into a fluffy weave. Apart from that, it tends to stretch upward as it grows toward the light.
Relatively sturdy, Chloe tends to be highly adaptable too. Though it prefers the warmth of the sun, it has no problem facing the balmy, colder weather of the norther hemisphere although it might extend its flowering period. In which case, growers can always cultivate the plant indoors.
Controllable environments offer easy management of important factors like temperature, lighting, and humidity. One can also choose between different types of mediums. With regard feeding and nutrition, there is little need to deviate from the usual growing practices but adding boosters will help with bud production. Seasoned growers may also apply advanced growing techniques.
The Screen of Green is the perfect pair to Chloe. It manages its height, provides support, and evenly distributes light across to the lower nodes. To do this, growers will need to install a screen right above the plant then gently weave the branches into the net. Pairing it with a technique called Topping will create multiple budding sites while cutting the vegetative phase short.
As it enters the blossoming phase, it begins to develop fuller, denser buds. The size ranges from small to medium but each sport a lime green hue with flashes of rustic brown and yellow pistils. Coating it are translucent looking trichomes which give it a subtle sparkle. The popcorn-looking buds may need a grinder to break up.
The indoor blossoming period lasts up to 12 weeks, but Chloe’s flowers begin to bloom around the tenth week of flowering. Regardless, it rewards patient growers with 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter.
Chloe usually takes a little to bloom in the northern hemisphere. Flowers show up between the last few days of October to the second or third week of November. However, yields are always high with each plant producing at least 16 ounces of buds.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Chloe? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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