Cocoa Puffs is a promising indica dominant hybrid bred by Hazeman Seeds. It is the result of the cross made between the individually potent Chocolate Trip and Chocolate Thai. It is made up of 75% indica genes and 35% sativa genes. An improved version of its parent strains, Cocoa Puffs can be cultivated either indoors or outdoors, emitting sweet chocolate and cocoa aroma.
Flavor and Effects of Cocoa Puffs
Cocoa Puffs just furthered Chocolate Trip and Chocolate Thai’s sweet chocolate, cocoa, vanilla, candy, and coffee taste and aroma. In just a few puffs, you will experience the sweet euphoric and relaxing high. The high levels up with each puff. Once you reach the highest point of energy, you will feel yourself becoming more happy, positive, motivated, creative and inspired. You will be ready to take on any challenges presented in the way. As the potency fades, the relaxing qualities slowly take over to the point that you will feel lazy.
Medical Benefits of Cocoa Puffs
Cocoa Puffs is not only exceptional in terms of high, but also in its medicinal values. It is highly recommended for people experiencing chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression, chronic stress, PTSD, mood swings and bipolar disorder. It greatly aids in stabilizing and uplifting the mood and removing feelings of uselessness and hopelessness. Physically, it can relieve muscle tensions, muscle spasms, inflammation, neck pain, and back pain. It can also help people struggling with a loss of appetite and sleep.
Negative Effects of Cocoa Puffs
Exceeding the limit of your tolerance can induce an excruciating headache or migraine. It can also cause you to have displeasing dry mouth, dry eyes, parched throat, paranoia, and hallucinations. No matter how delicious Cocoa Puffs is, it is best to stay within your tolerance and have refreshments nearby so you can rehydrate right away.
Growing Cocoa Puffs Some information and Tips
Like its parents, Cocoa Puffs responds well to Low-Stress Training and Sea of Green (SOG) setup. To avoid molds and mildew, you have to keep the humidity low. Organic nutrients are still the best fertilizers to consider. If growing indoors, HPS lights will do.