Chocolate Thunder Strain
- 17.0% THC
- 0.4% CBD
- 0.0% CBN
Chocolate Thunder is a newer strain to hit the market, but it's already quickly becoming popular amongst consumers. This heavy sativa-dominant strain comes from a unique lineage. Chocolate Thunder is a cross between Chocolope and Alaskan ThunderFuck. This strain is a heavy sativa-dominant with a ratio of about 90%:10%. Chocolate Thunder typically tests around 16%-20% THC.
Overview of Chocolate Thunder
Chocolate Thunder is quickly becoming popular amongst consumers. This heavy sativa-dominant strain comes from a unique lineage. Chocolate Thunder typically tests around 16%-20% THC. Its sweet and earthy flavors give you the sensation of eating chocolate but with a hint grass in there. The name itself intrigues many smokers to give it a try and the high keeps them coming back.
This is a phenomenal strain for anyone who enjoys a powerful sativa high. It is a solid experience for people who like to consume some flower during the day and still get things done.
Not only is this a great strain for those busy smokers, but it is also has a variety of medical purposes.Ã?
Its wide range of terpenes is bound to please many smokers and patients. It is this unique cross that gives Chocolate Thunder an interesting flavor and high. It is known for its sweet, earthy, and coffee taste resembling chocolate. The name alone intrigues most smokers, and the high keeps them coming back for more. Chocolate Thunder is quickly becoming popular amongst consumers, patients, and growers.
Positive Effects of Chocolate Thunder
Chocolate Thunder is known for its cerebral high. This is a great strain for helping manage stress, fatigue, and even joint aches. Chocolate Thunder typically provides its consumers with an uplifting, creative, and focused high.
Negative Effects of Chocolate Thunder
Paranoia, dry mouth, and red eyes are the most common side effects.
Lineage of Chocolate Thunder
Chocolope is known for its sweet flavors and aromas, while Alaskan ThunderFuck is known for its potency. The combination of the two is what gives us the enjoyable Chocolate Thunder.
Growing Chocolate Thunder
it's favored by growers as well. It is a moderate-difficulty flower to grow but it flowers in about 7-9 weeks. It is a tougher seed to find, though, and is more popular in California. Chocolate Thunder is commonly found in concentrates due to its sweet and chocolatey flavors