Chocolate Chunk Strain

Whoever said that strength and sweetness do not go well together has definitely missed out on some good old potent strains with delicious flavors that even kids would love.

Not to say that smoking weed or ingesting some of its chemical properties are alright for kids unless of course, it is for medicinal purposes. The thing is that some strains are just too tasty to ignore. In fact, when combined with at least a moderately potent high, these types of strains make up a really nice pot session for both beginners and experienced users alike.

While other users would describe the taste of such strains as unconventional or “not how a weed should taste like”, they still cannot deny the fact that even seasoned users need some tasty treat once in a while even for novelty’s sake.

Let us take Chocolate Chunk, for example. Just by the name itself, it is easy to make a few assumptions about how the strain should taste and smell like. While other strains let their users down with their misleading names, Chocolate Chunk is definitely not one to disappoint.

To those who have not come across this strain before, here are some reasons why Chocolate Chunk should definitely be on every cannabis user’s bucket list of strains to try especially for the newbies out there.

Chocolate Chunk is bred by TH Seeds, but its genetic origin is still debatable. Some would argue that the strain was developed from Afghani strains while others would say otherwise and maintain a stand that the strain simply has a questionable origin.

Nonetheless, Chocolate Chunk is named as such due to its flavors and aroma that are reminiscent of real chocolates. The strain is also said to reflect all the best attributes of an Indica strain.

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    Information about Chocolate Chunk:

    ORIGINAfghani Strain
    EFFECTSRelaxed – 10
    Sleepy – 8
    Happy – 5
    Dry mouth – 5
    Euphoric – 4
    ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)Dry mouth – 10
    Dry eyes – 5
    Headache – 3
    Paranoid – 3
    Anxious – 2
    FRAGRANCEEarthy, pungent, spicy, chocolate
    FLAVORSWoody, herbal, coffee, spicy, sweet, chocolate
    MEDICALInsomnia – 10
    Stress – 9
    Pain – 8
    Depression – 4
    Lack of appetite – 3
    FLOWERING TIME INDOORS8 to 9 weeks
    FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSOctober
    PLANT HEIGHT3 to 4 feet
    THC CONTENT %10% to 16%
    CBD %0.01% to 0.05%
    INDICA / SATIVA %100%/0%
    INDOOR YIELD12 to 14 ounces per square meter
    OUTDOOR YIELD14 ounces or more per plant
    CLIMATEWarmer climate
    GROWTH LEVELEasy to grow

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest

    Effects

    Chocolate Chunk is not just a tasty treat for stoners, it does have enough amount of potency that will take users into a type of high that suits best for anyone wanting to loosen up a bit. It has a moderate THC level of 10% to 16%, making the strain an ideal choice for novice users.

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    Thus, despite being a pure Indica strain, Chocolate Chunk’s physical high is still significantly tolerable. In fact, its effects are more accurately described to be simply relaxing that can make users feel lazy and sleepy later on.

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    Other notable effects of the strain and perhaps less intense than those mentioned above involve users feeling happy and uplifted.

    Overall, the strain is definitely a great choice for a laid-back pot session during the night due to its sedative properties.

    Fragrance

    There is no point in naming a strain after some fragrant treat if it cannot live up to its name. Luckily, Chocolate Chunk is able to do so. A simple waft from this strain will remind users of musk and earth aromas combined with a surprising punch of spicy chocolate.

    Flavors

    Speaking of living up to one’s name, Chocolate Chunk’s overall flavor is definitely a perfect example of that. The strain reminds users of the strong yet delicious tastes of coffee, herbs, and earth mixed with the bittersweet flavor of chocolate. To top it all off, the smoke of Chocolate Chunk is creamy with a mild cocoa aftertaste.

    Adverse Reaction

    Just as anyone can possibly develop some allergic reaction to real chocolates, Chocolate Chunk also has a fair share of a few adverse reactions that users should be mindful of.

    These side-effects are very common among cannabis varieties, but what tops the list is a condition called a dry mouth. Other mild cases and perhaps less likely to occur, are symptoms of dry eyes, headache, paranoia and possibly, anxiety attacks.

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    Medical

    Even with CBD levels that range only from 0.01% to 0.05%, Chocolate Chunk’s Indica properties are still proven to be beneficial.

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    To wit, due to the powerful relaxing effect of its physical high, the strain is effective in improving the sleeping patterns of insomniacs and as an analgesic alternative for users experiencing chronic to mild pain.

    Its uplifting upshot can also aid patients who are dealing with stress and depression.

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      Growing

      If there is one more thing that cannabis fans should look forward to about Chocolate Chunk, it should be the fact that the strain is easy to cultivate and therefore, anyone can grow it given that proper conditions are met.

      Chocolate Chunk can be grown either indoor or outdoor. However, it is ideal to grow the plant indoor using SOG method. In the case that prospective growers are unable to utilize such method, the strain may be grown outdoor in a warmer climate.

      Flowering Time

      Indoors

      For indoor cultivation, the flowering time Chocolate Chunk takes 8 to 9 weeks to complete. This will ultimately produce a yield of about 12 to 14 ounces per square meter.

      Outdoors

      If the ideal outdoor condition is met, Chocolate Chunk’s buds should be ready for harvest by October. This type of cultivation can potentially produce a yield of about 14 ounces or more per plant.

      Have you ever smoked or grown your own Chocolate Chunk? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

      Robert

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