All About Agent Orange Weed Strain
Agent Orange is a balanced hybrid that comes from the labs of MzJill Genetics. It has been created by combining Jack the Ripper with Orange Velvet. The resulting weed has a low to moderate THC content ranging from 15% and going up to 20%. This makes the Agent Orange variant more suitable for beginners than many others.
Known for its strong citrusy aroma and taste, Agent Orange provides users with motivating effects. Because of this characteristic, it is better to smoke it during the daytime or whenever you need a boost of motivation and uplifting energy.
Terpenes, Taste, and Aroma of Agent Orange Strain
The primary terpene in this cannabis is Myrcene. It is accompanied by Sabinene, Valencene, Limonene, Phellandrene, and Carene. The combination of these gives the weed a strong orange aroma. The aroma also has hints of cheese which makes it very unique and recognizable. The taste of this weed is also very fruity. It leaves an aftertaste of orange in your mouth when you smoke the buds.
Effects and Medical Uses
The effects provided by this strain are felt very quickly and strongly. These include feelings of upliftment, happiness, focus, and calmness. Users also report feeling giggly, talkative, and focused. All of these positive effects make this a good choice for daytime consumption when you want to get some work done or hang out with friends. Due to the same positive effects, this weed can also be used by people suffering from stress, PTSD, migraines, depression, anxiety, and pain. People who are new to smoking cannabis might feel some side effects like dry mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, dizziness, and anxiety.
The seeds for this plant can be sown indoors as well as outdoors. It can grow quite tall in size, so you have to be careful about trimming it regularly. Other than that, it is fairly easy to grow this plant. You can expect to have the buds ready between 49 and 63 days.