Chocolate Chunk Marijuana Strain
Chocolate Chunk is an Indica strain as potent as it is flavorful. While many strains might sacrifice some of their quality for a fancy set of taste and aromas, TH Seeds bred Chocolate Chunk from Afghani landrace genetics to be just as alluring for its relaxing effects as its chocolate and coffee notes.
Chocolate Chunk Experience
Experienced marijuana consumers will note how quickly this Indica strain takes effect. With its fast-acting, full-body relaxation this strain is perfect for days when not much needs to get done. Cannabis consumers looking to relax and shed some stress will love the initial effects of this strain, while the heavy feelings of sedation take effect as the high wears on.
Traits of Chocolate Chunk and Chocolate Chunk Seeds
Chocolate Chunk isn’t just a fancy name, this weed genuinely tastes and smells like chocolate. Strong aromas of musky earth and spicy chocolate stand out, while marijuana connoisseurs will notice odors of pine and coffee underneath, Those coffee notes come to life in the smoke, as well as chocolate, with notes of nuts on the exhale.
TH’s seeds produce medium-sized flowers, bordering on the small. This strain has tight leaves, with orange pistils jutting out of the flower, almost as if they were trying to escape. The thick coating of amber trichomes gives the bids a chocolatey appearance to match their name and a sticky, resinous feel.
Medical Benefits of Chocolate Chunk
Tests have this strain’s THC content anywhere between 10-16% with some outlier levels closer to 22%. These levels, combined with its Chocolate Chunk’s Indica lineage make it a nice option for medical marijuana patients.
- In high enough doses, this strain can help patients suffering from insomnia thanks to its heavy sedative effects
- The anti-inflammatory properties of THC make this a great strain for marijuana consumers who deal with headaches, migraines or other pain
- This strain can also offer short-term relief from psychological conditions such as depression, PTSD and depression