In the wake of inundation of sweet, citrus, and berry-rich strains up and down the West Coast since legalization, earthy, cakey, and savory strains have risen. The Chocolope strain is one that has come out of the woodwork to meet that demand. By crossing Chocolate Thai with Cannalope Haze you end up with a chocolatey, earthy strain that harkens to popular genetics of the 80s. Like a morning cup of coffee, this powerful sativa strain may put a smile on your face and a pep in your step.
The look of this strain isn’t necessarily breathtaking. It has your classic sativa-dominant look with rich green foliage and true orange pistils. The trichome coating is ample, but not insane. The nugs have a certain density to them that is still easy to break apart. The THC level isn’t typically high on this cultivar, but the terpene profile is where it really hits it out of the park.
The dominant terpenes in the Chocolope strain are myrcene, caryophyllene, and limonene. This mixture amounts to a veritable level of anxiety-lifting, as well as relaxing and comforting highs. The dreamy effect this strain can have work perfectly in tandem with its earthy-sweet, coffee-like flavor. The floral and fresh scent of the myrcene mixed with the spicy gas aroma of caryophyllene can potentially take you to a very happy place. The citrus twist of the limonene on the end should not only round off the flavor, but may also deteriorate your lingering stress.
When smoking this strain users report that the buzz from the high may not only deflate stress but lend aid to depression as well. With the ample presence of caryophyllene, there are solid anti-inflammatory properties to the Chocolope strain. If you’re experiencing mental and physical fatigue mid-day, consider the Chocolope. This might be the perfect strain to put you back into a euphoric state to finish your day.
Find The Chocolope Strain In Washington
Gabriel Cannabis has been producing a quality Chocolope strain in Washington for the past few years. You can find their products throughout the western side of the state. They’re known for growing a killer Sherbet strain.