Chocolate Thai Cannabis Strain
Chocolate Thai is a famous landrace strain that was first discovered in Thailand. Its name comes from the country’s name. Around the 1960s, the first exports of what would become known as “Thai sticks” occurred from Southeast Asia to the United States. In their recollections, experienced smokers have described these buds as being papery and fluffy, varying in hue from a medium brown to a dark brown, and emanating a chocolate-coffee aroma.
This Sativa strain was challenging to clone and grow due to its poor yields, long blooming time, and consistent male flower and seed production. It takes only three months from the time the seeds are planted until the plant begins to produce enormous, dense buds, and it may be cultivated either outdoors or indoors. The plant’s robust and rapid development is primarily due to the presence of traits that are characteristic of the Sativa subspecies. Additionally, it has a scent and taste of chocolate, with citrus undertones.
Growing Chocolate Thai Seeds
People starting in the cannabis cultivation world might want to steer clear of the Chocolate Thai strain altogether. The maintenance requirements for this plant are high, and it has the potential to become quite tall. Even when cultivated in their natural environment, they only produce a modest amount of fruit even after they reach their full size. It takes approximately sixty to sixty-five days (more than a month) for the buds to blossom. However, skilled growers may look forward to a splendid yield of 550 to 600 g/m2 indoors and 900 g per plant when grown outside.
The buds are a rich dark coffee color and have a flavor strongly reminiscent of chocolate. When crushed, the fragrance is released in greater quantity and quickly fills the entire space, drawing you in. The usage of this strain is connected with several potential adverse effects, two of which include mild drying of the mouth and eyes. Flowering takes 60–65 days and yields 550–600 gr m2 indoors and 900 gr plants outdoors when grown outside. The flowering duration is 60–65 days.
Chocolate Thai Weed Flavors and Effects
It’s possible that these pieces of Sativa are actually chocolate bars in disguise. This is a direct consequence of the dark brown hue of the buds. While it is ground, this cannabis takes on a flavor profile that is somewhere between coffee and chocolate. Still, when it is in its unground form, it does not have a particularly overpowering fragrance. The peculiar flavor of this strain can be attributed to the terpenes sabinene and bisabolol. In addition, numerous customers have reportedly remarked on pinene’s distinctively woodsy odor.
This strain has about the same amount of THC as the average strain (12%-16%). This cannabis is perfect for novice smokers who are eager to go on to the second level in their smoking experience. However, this does not in any way diminish the potency of the high. The most prevalent adjectives that are used to describe the effects are intellectual, energetic, euphoric, and focused. Users of the Chocolate Thai strain typically noted the ability of the strain to provide a reprieve from mundane activities and to stimulate fresh ideas as two of the most noticeable benefits of using it. In addition to the energy boost, the strain might also have some beneficial therapeutic effects. Eliminates or significantly lessens sensations of tiredness and depression. The discomfort is lessened, and the tension in the muscles is eased as a result of the straining.