When properly cured, Chocolate Diesel has an aroma that mixes gasoline-like fumes with a whiff of fresh pine. There are also some musky, hashy notes hanging underneath. Grinding up the tight buds gives off a faintly astringent chemical odor, a testament to the influence of Chemdawg in parent strain Sour Diesel’s lineage. As with other strains in the diesel family, Chocolate Diesel gives off a sour, acrid smoke that can make eyes water when it’s combusted in a pipe or a joint.
This harsh smoke mixes flavors of cocoa and diesel on the exhale.
Chocolate Diesel’s high hits quickly, filling the smoker’s tanks with a buzzy energy that’s hard to deny. At first, consumers may feel a concerted pressure around the eyes and temples. Once they grow accustomed to this odd sensation, they typically sense a change in their cognitive patterns. Thoughts may appear unbidden and then jump around from one to the next in free association. Similarly, some concepts may take on a new significance that can be hard to recreate or recall when the smoker is sober again. This kind of cerebral thinking is good for working through complicated analytical tasks, as well as for opening up barriers to creativity.
Chocolate Diesel’s stimulation is more than just mental -- it can provide a distinct “get-up-and-go” physical energy as well. This buzzy effect, along with Chocolate Diesel’s ever-present mental chatter makes it a great accompaniment to mundane jobs like cleaning or grocery shopping. The strain’s energy and uplifting qualities also make it a good way to enhance social situations. It can spark conversation and camaraderie when shared with like-minded friends. With relatively few sedative effects, Chocolate Diesel is not likely to lay users out flat with laziness or drowsiness. Instead, it can be a good strain to enjoy with a cup of coffee as a wake-and-bake treat; if consumed before bed, Chocolate Diesel is certain to keep smokers awake and wired.
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