Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: This strain provides incredibly psychedelic effects which can last anywhere from a half-hour to an hour. The high is mostly cerebral, coupled with slight body effects that don't cause drowsiness or couch-lock.
This strain was created by crossing three landrace strains from different regions of the world. Surprisingly, the hybrid is fairly stable and does not put out a myriad of phenotypes. There are two main phenos associated with Jamaican Chocolate. One is almost pure sativa characteristics with an effect that has minimal, if any, body high effects. The other is more indicative of a sativa-dominant variety, providing a balance of a body high and head stone. Both phenos have flavors of incense, pine and fermented berries, with undertones of coffee and musk. Look to get this strain from the breeder, as it is not found in dispensaries very often.
Jamaican Chocolate can reach heights of up to nine feet tall, when cultivated outdoors, directly in the soil. When grown in this manner, these ladies can put out gargantuan yields of up to three or even four pounds per plant, while requiring support for their colas during flowering. Indoors, they should be vegetated no longer than three weeks, where they can reach five or six feet tall in a two-gallon container. When cultivated indoors they will usually reward growers with a yield of around a pound per plant. Gardeners should monitor the colas to determine if they need stake support, especially during late flowering. This is one of those strains that will do well when fed heavy nutrient levels and given a three-week flush. Expect leaves to turn blue and crimson during late flowering, as nitrogen is pulled from them.
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