Truffle marijuana strain is best densified with its buds. They have fluffy round-shaped dark olive-green nuggets with dark amber undertones. These nuggets also feature fury bright hairs and a dense layer of vivid amber crystal trichomes.
Truffle is mainly cultivated from clippings or clones because its seeds are hard to come by. However, this strain is not for beginners but for growers with experience in growing marijuana. It requires training and trimming. Besides, all the maintenance practices require great care not to damage the buds. Fortunately, the Truffle marijuana strain rewards you with a healthy yield in a relatively short time. It takes 8-9 weeks indoors to produce 2 ounces per square foot and 15-20 ounces per plant outdoors.
The dominant terpenes in Truffle include carene, camphene, linalool, and caryophyllene. These give it its characteristic smell of coffee, chestnut, sweet caramel, coffee, and earthy. Like its aroma, Truffle has a mouthwatering flavor. It tastes like caramel and coffee with undertones of lemon, tart berries, and chocolate.
The high of Truffle is described as smooth and soothing. It brings a strong sense of relaxation accompanied by mood lifting and euphoric feeling. The effects soon take over your body, making you distracted. Some users have also reported being couch-locked, while others say Truffle is arousing. Regardless, you should feel relaxed and sleepy after smoking this strain.
Truffle, also known as Trufflesz, Truffles, or Truffle Butter, is an Indica-leaning hybrid strain created by THClones. It is a cross of Gelato and Chocolate Kush, resulting in a precious flower that can be enjoyed by all cannabis users. Truffle has an average THC of 21% and relatively low CBD but still forms excellent cannabis for recreational and medicinal use.