About Chocolate OG Strain
Chocolate OG cannabis is a mostly indica strain and is a cross between Chocolate Rain and True OG, a genetic combination that gives is a rich, palatable aroma and progressively stronger physical effects. Chocolate OG’s THC content is measured at between 19% and an astonishing 29%.
Flowers of Chocolate OG are marked by medium to large flowers that show off a tapered shape. With the result that they somewhat like miniature pinecones. The internal composition of these buds betrays their indica roots, with a dense core composed of small, tightly-curled leaves. These leaves themselves are a very dark shade of green and are flecked by curly, deep brown hairs — which are actually reproductive structures called pistils.
When properly cured, Chocolate OG bursts with a sweet, cocoa-laced aroma. A deeper whiff, however, may reveal a pungent, almost cheesy tang. Breaking apart or grinding up these buds releases some hashy, spicy notes, passed on from OG Kush. When Chocolate OG is combusted, meanwhile, it burns with a smooth but sour, mouth-puckering smoke. On the exhale, this smoke leaves traces of earthy, coffee-like flavour.
This strain’s predominately physical high testifies to its pure indica heritage. On this occasion delivering a potent body buzz with psychoactive effects and a powerful case of the munchies. This makes Chocolate OG cannabis ideal for treating:
- lack of appetite
- unhealthy weight loss
- chronic pain.
This strain is known to be quite strong, but exact details about its THC content aren’t widely available. The same is true of the CBD levels in Chocolate OG, which means the strain probably shouldn’t be used as primary treatment for conditions that respond to CBD, such as seizure disorders.
This strain has a strong, Skunky aroma and flavour, while the bud is dark green with brown hairs, dense nugs, and a frosty layer of trichome crystals.
Side effects may include dry mouth, dry eyes, and paranoia, while dizziness and headaches are also possible. It’s probably easiest to find Chocolate OG on the West Coast and in Colorado, but it’s uncommon even there.
Finally, Chocolate OG cannabis is capped off by an even coating of frosty, resinous trichomes that account for the strain’s high psychoactivity.