Chocolope – Buzzed Extracts Shatter – SATIVA 1g
Chocolope is one of the most fascinating products of the marijuana industry. The strain comprises of 95% Sativa, 5% Indica and a high concentration of THC, which makes it a high potency strain. It offers a smoky, chocolaty flavor that has an enticing effect on the smoker. Chocolope is a great strain for anybody who is looking for an anxiety reliever and appetite enhancer. With its sweet enticing aroma, the strain offers a sour treat for your senses. Generally, Chocolope does not offer any side effects which would harm the health of a smoker. However, people who are sensitive to psychedaelic or paranoia effects might need to exercise caution while using this strain. It is recommended that you consult with a specialist before taking Chocolope, especially if you are a beginner smoker. The strain has shown improvements in asthma patients and is well-known for reducing nervousness in individuals. Many asthma patients have reported positive results of using Chocolope. Beginner smokers should not take large amounts of Chocolopeat the start; the strain can get you stoned. So, if you are looking for something to get really high, then Chocolope is for you. Many smokers have called this strain a blasting, euphoric experience that can make you forget everything. This is what makes Chocolope perfect for parties.
Shatter, with its flawless amber glass transparency, has a reputation for being the purest and cleanest type of extract. But translucence isn’t necessarily the tell-tale sign of quality. The consistency and texture of oil come down to different factors entirely.
The reason shatter comes out perfectly clear has to do with the molecules. Which, if left undisturbed, form a glass-like appearance. Heat, moisture, and high terpene contents can also affect the texture, turning oils into a runnier substance that resembles sap (hence the commonly used nickname “sap”). Cannabis Oils with a consistency that falls somewhere between glassy shatter and viscous sap is often referred to as “pull-and-snap.”