Chocolate Kush Strain
Chocolate Kush is an indica-leaning hybrid marked by its sweet, dessert-like aroma. This strain is a cross between pure indica Mazar and Sensi Star — these two combine to create a hybrid with serious bag appeal. With its high THC percentage, it’s potent enough to be a useful medical choice for many patients. This strain makes it a good option for anxiety, pain, nausea, sleeplessness, tumors, and lack of appetite. The mostly physical effects are lazy and sleepy, with a shot of euphoria, happiness, mental relief, and creativity. Negative effects can include dry mouth and dry eyes, while dizziness and paranoia are also possible.
This strain has a strong chocolate aroma with hints of vanilla and a sweet, earthy Skunk flavor. The bud is dense with a combination of dark green and brown hues and a thin layer of trichomes on the surface. The tightly-curled leaves are a mossy shade of green and are shot through with curly orange hairs — which are actually pistils, intended to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants. Finally, a fine frost of trichomes covers these buds, accounting for their psychoactivity and making them appear more white than green.
When properly cured, the flowers of Chocolate Kush impress consumers with a dynamic, full-bodied aroma. The primary scent is sweet, rich cocoa. This chocolatey profile mingles with the dank scent of damp soil to yield an overall earthy impression.
Chocolate Kush’s high has a slow, easy onset that makes it a user-friendly option for cannabis newcomers. Bracing and energizing at first, this strain confers an upbeat feeling that may elevate the smoker’s mood. It may also provoke an increase in thoughtfulness, allowing smokers to work on any tasks at hand with a clear head and deliberate intent. If you’re planning to accomplish work when enjoying Chocolate Kush, though, try and finish up quickly; within an hour or so, smokers typically slide into a thorough feeling of physical relaxation. Limbs may feel heavier as breathing happens more easily and any muscular tension evaporates.