- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Dolato is an indica marijuana strain made by crossing Do-Si-Dos with Gelato #41. Known by a few different names, including Do-Si-Lato and Dosi-Lato, it derives its name from a combination of the “dos” and “lato” in its parents’ names. It originated in Los Angeles and was created by the team at Dank DNA.
Medical marijuana patients can expect a moderate to strong high from this strain. It provides a happy, euphoric buzz that leaves the user both relaxed and uplifted—a perfect combination for unwinding at the end of the day. Dolato helps with mood swings, headaches, depression, and stress.
The aftermath effects of this strain include dry mouth and eyes, dry eyes, sedation and a dizzy feeling. It has a medium to high THC content that ranges between 19% and 24%. The strain has an enticing citrus aroma with hints of woody pine, reminiscent of the flavor profile as well.
Dolato buds have a beautiful range of colors—from light to dark green and red-wine purple to bright orange—dusted with diamond-like trichomes. The flowers also give off a slightly sweet yet earthy scent that’s not at all skunky or overbearing, making it ideal for those who prefer neutral smells from their herb.
When growing these plants, keep in mind that they can grow short and bushy. Dolato is a high-yielding plant when grown indoors or outdoors. Indoor plants grow tall. When growing outside, keep in mind the more your plants are exposed to light and heat, the faster they’ll grow.
Flowering time for your plants is 8-9 weeks, and yields can be as much as 120 grams per square meter. The budding time for these plants is 12-13 weeks, and the average yield is 300 grams per plant.