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About this Hybrid Strain
While the prospect of combining chocolate with cantaloupe may not sound appealing to some, they do complement each other well when combined in a hybrid cannabis strain. LA Chocolope produces an interesting terpene profile that allows the scents of both chocolate and cantaloupe to be detected beneath its earthen overtones.
Its buds are large and ovular with lots of tan pistils throughout its cured nuggets and a thick layer of trichomes that lighten its tones.
Consumers have found that the effects of this strain enhance mood, allow creativity to flow, focus the mind, and allow an overall euphoric feeling to wash over them. Some have said they use LA Chocolope to help with symptoms of anxiety, depression, stress, muscle tension, and even PMS symptoms.
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Veelgestelde vragen Over LA Chocolope
- What is Chocolope?
LA Chocolope is a hybrid strain that’s known to produce a scent and taste reminiscent of both chocolate and fruit similar to cantaloupe.
- What does LA Chocolope mean?
LA Chocolope’s name most likely references its parent strains as well as the scent and taste it produces.
- What does LA Chocolope smell like?
An intriguing combination of damp earth, chocolate, and cantaloupe can be found in its aroma.
- What does LA Chocolope taste like?
Often the aftertaste of LA Chocolope is of burnt chocolate with traces of fruit lingering on the palatte.
- What does LA Chocolope look like?
The cured nuggets of this strain are large and ovular with lots of tan pistils and a thick layer of trichomes that lighten its tones.
- What does LA Chocolope's effects feel like?
Effects have been noted by consumers as enhancing mood, allowing creativity to flow, focusing the mind, and allowing an overall euphoric feeling to wash over them. Users say they’ve used LA Chocolope to help with anxiety, depression, stress, muscle tension, and even PMS symptoms.
- Where does LA Chocolope come from?
The genetics of this strain are currently unknown to the public.