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|GENDER / SEX||Regular|
|THC CBD %||18-24%|
|OUTDOOR HEIGHT (IN)||30-60|
|INDOOR HEIGHT (IN)||18-24%|
|OUTDOOR YIELD (GRAMS / PLANTS)||400-500g|
|INDOOR YIELD (GRAMS / PLANTS)||450-550g|
Agent Orange Regular is a Sativa-dominant strain that is known for its swirling combination of oranges, lemons, with a spicy kick of liquor-like sharpness. Its flavor is notably similar to its aroma, though there is a unique umami quality to the taste which makes it stand out among other orange-flavored strains. It really smells like fresh oranges and tangerines even with the pungent citrus oils that complement it. The strain’s initial aroma is generally more of citrus flavors, as well as sweet notes underneath. Hints of cheese in the taste are also noticeable, creating a sweet and savory tang that is simply incredible. In addition, the aftertaste is also said to be the best as it has a spiciness reminiscent of wine filled with oranges and cloves that will truly linger in your mouth.
The high and effects of the Agent Orange strain are quite similar to the power of its aroma – they will hit hard and fast. While the THC level of the strain is usually between 18-24%, its high is still balanced, relaxing the body and mind without couch-lock being an issue. The strongest emotions that this strain can produce are euphoria, happiness, and tranquility, boosting the mood and starting giggles. There is also a phase of the effect that is called a “double high” wherein the early effects are immediate, and about two hours later, just when it feels like it’s time to wind down, the effects return. The kickback towards the end will cause feelings of sluggishness and a mild body-numbing buzz. Moreover, users have also reported experiencing an alert and creative energy that may help complete daily tasks and fade social anxiety. For new users, the cerebral effects it provides are described as “almost trippy”.
As potent and well-balanced as this marijuana strain is, it’s no wonder that many users have sought it out for its uplifting and therapeutic effects. Agent Orange strain is often used by people seeking refuge from a number of maladies that involve pains and disorders of the body and mind. With effects that are fairly typical of a hybrid but lean towards Sativa, this makes it extremely useful in producing several medicinal applications. Additionally, the proven medical properties of the hybrid are ocular attention, mood elevation, and minor pain relief.
Agent Orange strain is often utilized by medical marijuana users seeking refuge and relief from mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, and stress. Furthermore, thanks to its calming and happy effects, it can provide great relief to those who experience mild pain and discomfort. In fact, the most prominent medical benefit of Agent Orange marijuana is the alleviation of stress while its happiness-inducing effects greatly help those suffering from mental anguish, depression, and anxiety. This weed is also capable of bringing focus to the mind, helping treat conditions such as ADD and ADHD. While the strain is not prescribed for anything beyond minor pains and aches, it is still very helpful to users managing minor to chronic infrequent pain like headaches, fatigue, and low-intensity to chronic migraines. Agent Orange strain is also great for chemotherapy patients as it is known to aid in boosting appetite.
Despite Agent Orange strain’s potency and beneficial effects, its adverse effects are relatively typical as far as hybrid strains go and are really nothing to be concerned about. As with most Sativa-dominant strains, the common negative side effects users can experience include dry eyes, cottonmouth, dehydration, and headaches. This weed has also been known to induce hunger so it’s inevitable to experience the munchies.
In higher doses, it may cause a slight risk of dizziness while others may develop anxiety or paranoia. Its THC content may only be moderate in range but this cannabis acts quickly and effects hit instantly- heed of warning for the novices.
Agent Orange is a regular, orange-flavored strain that’s appreciated by both novices and experienced growers alike for being productive and easy-to-grow. Most marijuana experts may say that Agent Orange cannabis is ‘moderately’ difficult to grow. But, it actually isn’t too difficult a strain if there’s a bit of technical know-how, as well as knowledge of basic pruning techniques. This strain is also a very heavy producer of large flat-topped colas and really dense and heavy buds.
This cannabis plant can grow well either indoors or outdoors. When grown indoors, it blooms rather fast and will yield up to 450G of bud per square meter, and takes 8-9 weeks to flower. Since it can grow tall, it needs to be topped and trained into a bush indoors. On the other hand, it gives excellent results when grown outdoors with yields that can reach up to 500G per plant, and will be ready for harvest between September and October. It needs to live in a sunny and temperate climate akin to that of the Mediterranean. Moreover, it is recommended to use hydroponics but can also be planted directly in the soil. With its high resistance to diseases, pests, and molds, it can thrive perfectly well in outdoor conditions. Growers also suggest to cut back new growths regularly along the top of the plant in order to allow for more lateral growth and a thicker plant in general. Trellises or other support mechanisms are also helpful to ensure that the buds don’t crash into the ground and rot.
|THC % / CBD %||18-24%||27-29%||18-23%||16-25%|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor/Outdoor|