Chocolate Chunk is a potent Indica that promises a toasty, dessert-like smell and a powerful physical high. This potent sedative is not for use during the day, but more suited to lazy evenings with no need to leave the sofa. Its buds have the typical density expected of Indica strains, with highly visible amber trichomes to tempt any cannabis-loving patient.
These dank, earthy buds are highly sought after by patients in California. However, it can be a mite acrid on the throat, eyes, and sinuses when smoked, but it has a delightful nutty chocolate aftertaste. Chocolate Chunk will not help you get any work done, though, making it important for patients to refrain from consuming this strain if they have a busy agenda ahead.
Why Patients Use Chocolate Chunk ?
This strain is ideal for anyone in need of sleep. It is sufficiently sedating to quieten even the jumpiest nerve. This highly effective painkiller also acts as a deep muscle relaxant, and it will keep you resting and still post- surgery or -illness. Stress is impossible on Chocolate Chunk, which melts patients into their couches and removes all thoughts of the outside world. This strain is best for nighttime use.
Medical Uses of Chocolate Chunk
Side Effects of Chocolate Chunk
Information about Chocolate Chunk
The exact lineage of Chocolate Chunk is unknown, but it has Afghani Indica landrace genes.
As a pure Indica, this knockout strain causes extreme couchlock. It scores a nine on the stoned meter.
THC content frequently measures 22 percent in tested Chocolate Chunk phenotypes.
This fast-flowering strain takes approximately 55 days to mature into delectable buds.
Ideal Growing Method
Chocolate Chunk grows indoors and out, but it does best inside in a “Sea of Green” setup.
These short, dense plants grow roughly four feet in height. Growers crop them to make them bushier.
Most Indicas are high-yielding plants. Chocolate Chunk is no exception. It is an ideal cash crop.
This strain does best indoors using complicated techniques. It is not a good choice for first-time growers.
As a dense Indica, Chocolate Chunk may be prone to rot and mold in conditions of high humidity.