Chemlato has been reviewed by some consumers to be a euphoric, heady, but mellow and relaxing high. Bred by crossing the hybrid cannabis strains Gelato 33 and 707 Chemdawg, Chemlato shares an experience similar to its parent strain 707 Chemdawg. Both strains have been reviewed by consumers to offer a slightly more focused experience if consumed in moderate and controlled doses. In larger doses, Chemlato has been reported by some consumers to be more of a head high than a couch-locked physical experience, making some users a bit more forgetful and clumsy.
Much like its parent strains, Chemlato is known to produce a very pungent skunky and petrol like aroma, accompanied by a peppery and slightly chemical undertone. Some batches may bear a spicy, sharp, and sweet flavor, much like its robust aroma. Fans of strains like Chemdawg or Sour Diesel will feel welcomed when trying Chemlato. It's a cannabis strain that produces small, but incredibly dense dark forest green buds. Most of Chemlato's buds are layered with a sticky and resinous layer of trichomes and amber-colored hairs. Apical buds that are harvested tend to be coated in an even thicker layer of trichomes and are typically a bit denser. Buds of this strain with a higher residual moisture content than most generally are a bit more challenging to break apart by hand; therefore, it's always recommended to keep a grinder handy when preparing to consume this strain.
Chemlato has been reviewed by some consumers to help in treating ailments such as depression, migraines, and nausea. Some recreational users have reported Chemlato to pair well with listening to music, reading a novel, or even creative tasks such as painting, drawing, or writing. Dominant terpenes found in Chemlato are Beta-Caryophyllene, Bisabool, and Humulene, while THC levels tend to reach about 16%.