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Chocolope Qualities and Characteristics

Mental Aid
ADD/ADHD, Anxiety disorder, Bipolar disorder, Depression, Stress
Physical Aid
Appetite stimulant, Fatigue, Glaucoma, Headache, Migraines, Nausea, PMS, Pain relief
Haze, Landrace sativa cultivar
Hybrid sativa dominant
Type of High
Creative, Euphoric, Relaxing, Uplifting
Chocolate, Earthy, Musky, Spicy, Sweet, Wood
Chocolate, Earthy, Musky, Spicy, Sweet, Wood
Side Effects
Paranoia, Dry mouth, Dry eyes, Dizziness, Headache

Originally called D-Line, the multi-award winning Chocolope from DNA Genetics Seeds delivers a chocolate-smokey flavor, more common among good marijuana from the 1980ʼs. A nearly pure Sativa, Chocolope retains the classic traits of its Chocolate Thai parent in flavor and a dreamy high providing a strong mental shift. Smokers sensitive to paranoia or psychedelic effects might approach this strain with some caution. Best described as a euphoric, trippy blast from the past, it is an easy strain for new growers to experiment with and a top choice medicinal for anxiety and nervousness that can spice up any weekend.

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  • Indoor flowering time: 70-84 days - DNA Genetics
  • Indoor yield: 400-600 g/m2
  • Harvest time: (Outdoor/Greenhouse) October-November

Stretching a lot during its ten to twelve week flowering period, Chocolope is a strain that loves to fill up space. A taller strain, it can be grown indoors or outside, where it finishes late October or early November. Plants of this strain tend to grow easily but can require a fair amount of pruning and are susceptible to mold. Carrying as much as 17 percent THC, these plants may yield up to 600 grams per square meter

Chocolope is a branchy near-pure sativa that will take over your garden if you let her. This plant needs some space to spread out her long branches. Hydro, coco beds, NFT, itʼs all good: the Chocolope likes all mediums, although she remains untested outdoors. DNA vegetates the Chocolope for 3-4 weeks and then forces flowering, preferring to raise fewer plants to larger sizes. Chocolope is a happy eater and can be pushed when it comes to nutrients, although DNA recommends sticking to the organics for the best quality. Using this combination of fewer but bigger plants and organic nutrients, DNA reports an average yield of 100 grams per plant. If you want to avoid a 3-4 week vegetative period and plant 20-25 plants per square meter in a more sea of green style, yields can reach 400-600 grams per square meter. On the whole, Chocolope is much easier to grow than her Chocolate Thai ancestors. “Give her love”, says DNA, “and she will yield for you.”

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The award winning Chocolope is the creation of DNA Genetics. DNA started with an O.G. Chocolate Thai as the mother. These O.G. Chocolate Thai seeds then fell into the breeders' hands in the early 1990s and they began to grow it looking specifically for strong plants with a quick finishing time. With the mother selected shortly after, they then landed on their strain Cannalope Haze to be the father, it is descended from Original Haze and a landrace Sativa from Mexico. chocolope/

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As one might guess with a name like Chocolope (also called D-Line) this pure Sativa strain tastes just like chocolate covered fruit when the right phenotype is grown. A powerful Sativa, Chocolope is known to be energizing, uplifting and calming, it can also be very thought provoking. Some users may find the experience more psychedelic, which can lead to paranoia and anxiety. Still for many this strain can be effective medication for just that, anxiety, stress and paranoia. The cerebral effects may also help fight depression, ADD/ADHD and fatigue, most users will find that this strain is a good way to start the day.

Awards    11


2nd Spannabis 2011 Champions Cup (Outdoor Cup)


2nd High Times Cannabis Cup (Sativa Cup)


3rd HighLife Cup (Hydro Cup)


3rd Spannabis 2008 Champions Cup (Indoor Bio Cup), 1st HighLife Cup (Hydro Cup), 3rd High Times Cannabis Cup (Coffee Shop)


2nd HighLife Cup (Hydro Cup), 2nd High Times Cannabis Cup (Cannabis Cup), 1st High Times Strain of the Year, 2nd High Times Cannabis Cup (Coffee Shop)


3rd Hollyweed Cup