How to grow Chocolate Thai pot plants?
Lots of care, time, and attention are required to grow this plant. Seeds of excellent quality are the essential pre-requisites. The grower should replicate the tropical environment of Thailand. The soil should be prepared with bat guano, and only natural pesticides like Neem oil should be applied. Once cured, Butane Hash Oil and resin can be extracted from the buds.
Indoor growing vs. outdoor growing
The flowering period indoors is 14 weeks and the expected yield is approximately 12 ounces. On the other hand, when grown outdoors, the flowering plant is ready to be harvested at the end of October.
Organic nutrients are recommended.
Six hundred Watts HPS lighting system is suggested for the indoors.
Thai Chocolate is known as a wake-and-bake strain for its espresso-like effect. The user gradually becomes more productive, focused and active, with an alarmingly high elevation in the energy level. Though the effects are pronounced, yet not intense, hardcore Sativa users may not find it interesting. It is more popular with casual users for the gentler nature of its effects. When the high gets stabilized, the users begin to experience comfort and happiness.
- Dry eyes and dry mouth
Taste & Aroma
Some people find the taste of Chocolate Thai more appealing than its scent. It has a chocolaty-coffee flavor profile accompanied with a woody undertone, which can be experienced at the time of exhalation.
In addition to its ability to uplift the mood and improve focus and concentration of caffeine, the plant possesses an unmistakable fragrance of coffee along with notes of spice.