Chocolate Mint OG

Feminised | Humboldt

Is medical marijuana grown for THC or CBD
  • THC
Ideal condition for growing medical cannabis plants
  • indoors & outdoors
Genotype of medical cannabis plants
  • 20% Sativa / 80% Indica
Genetics of medical cannabis plants
  • Emerald OG x Grandaddy Purple
Indoor flowering period of medical cannabis plants
  • 55-65 days
How much do medical cannabis plants produce
  • 400-600 g/m2
How much do medical cannabis plants produce when grown outdoors
  • 1000-2000 g/plant
How high will my medical marijuana plants grow
  • Up to 3 m
How much THC do medical cannabis plants produce
  • High 22-26%
5 SEEDS
R900.00
10 SEEDS
R1,800.00

Chocolate Mint OG

Chocolate Mint OG by Humboldt Seed Organization is a feminized Indica-dominant cannabis strain. Subtly blends some delicious nuances of chocolate in with the flavor and aroma of mint. If you buy Chocolate Mint OG cannabis seeds, you will have the chance to grow a high-potency plant.

Chocolate Mint OG: A well-conceived body

Deriving from the cross of Emerald OG and Grandaddy Purple. The origins of Chocolate Mint OG are pure and of great quality. It is an exceptional fast-flowering marijuana plant. Constantly radiating quality which is especially beautiful to observe during the flowering phase due to the purplish hues it takes on. Not particularly resistant to moisture, it is advisable to control its growth when growing indoors. Sybarites will fall for this Californian wonder from the very beginning. The icing on the cake is its incredible yield. Allowing for the production of generous crops of dense big buds with an intense scent.

Intriguing and substantial properties

This cannabis hybrid has a very deep flavor and aroma, with hints of chocolate, mint, pine and spices, with an acid aftertaste. The effect, providing both physical and cerebral long-lasting sensations, is so potent that only the most experienced users ought to make use of it. This marijuana seed should be present in the collections of those in love with high-potency strains.