All About Dolato Weed Strain
Dolato is the child strain of Do-Si-Dos and Gelato #41. The Indica-dominant hybrid Dolato strain also goes by the names Dosi-Lato and Do-Si-Lato. This marijuana has a THC content ranging from 21% to 23% and CBG going up to 2.05%. With limonene as the dominant terpene, it offers fruity flavors that are sure to be appreciated by those who like sweet-tasting strains.
Main Effects of Dolato
With its mostly Indica nature, this cannabis is great to get some relaxation going in your body and mind. It offers the following effects:
People who consume this one report feeling sedated, letting all their worries go away. Whether you prefer to smoke the weed or incorporate it into a nice edible treat, you will find yourself want to lay back and have a slow night. The ideal time to consume this weed, therefore, would be the late evening or night. Its THC content makes it not ideal for consumption by beginners though.
The good news is that this cannabis does not have too many side effects. Some consumers report experiencing a dry mouth and dry eyes, but not much more than that. Because of its calming effects as well as only slight side effects, it can prove to be effective for patients suffering from issues like chronic pain, stress, and anxiety.
Aroma and Taste
Dolato has the following terpene profile:
When you crack open the buds, you will smell an aroma of pine combined with other earthy notes. This initial burst of earthiness and pine come from the combination of terpineol and nerolidol. The sweet aroma also has notes of citrus in it introduced by Limonene and Phellandrene, leading to a very pleasant scent that can fill up a space. The taste of this marijuana strain is mostly that of sweet lavender. This is largely thanks to both terpineol and bisabolol, both of which add strong flowery notes to the taste.
The buds of this weed look like tiny Christmas trees from a distance. They have deep purple hues and are covered in frosty resin. Growing this plant requires some prior experience as it needs a watchful eye. It needs calcium and magnesium to grow properly and you will need to thin out its foliage from the bottom to allow air and light to circulate. The plant also likes a warm environment. In dry areas with temperatures around 21- to 26-degree Celsius, it can give you a very good yield of up to 700 grams per plant if grown carefully. The flowering time for the plant is around 8-9 weeks.