This strain is a rare combination of Casey Jones, a popular sativa-heavy hybrid, and OG Chocolate Thai, a sativa-dominant strain. Casey Chocolate Thai itself is a sativa-heavy hybrid with a sativa/indica ratio of at least 70:30. This strain has an earthy smell with notes of mint, and a menthol flavor. The nugs have a dark green tint with purple hues and a layer of crystals on the surface of the bud. This strain, which is said to be similar to Green Crack, apparently doesn’t pack the same punch as that potent strain. THC levels are hard to come by but don’t appear to be terribly high. There is even less available information on CBD contents, but that alone suggests Casey Chocolate Thai shouldn’t be used as the only source of medical treatment for seizures. On the other hand, this strain’s mostly physical effects make it a good way to treat anxiety, headaches, inflammation, chronic pain, and sleeplessness. Adverse effects may include dry mouth or red eyes, as well as paranoia. This is a specialty strain, and it’s hard to find outside of Denver.