Blood Orange’s first grower remains unknown to this day. Although experts are unsure of its origin, its main parent seems to be the Tangie Strain. It is Sativa-dominant and might have a THC content ranging between 22% and 25%.
This marijuana strain is an all-time favorite, especially for smokers who love citrusy flavors and a certain spiciness. The aroma is potent, with clear notes of zesty earth and sourness. With a quick high, Blood Orange has a strong cerebral high that leaves the smoker euphoric, but relaxed at the same time. It is a full-body effect, offering increasing energy and helping with loss of appetite.
Its relaxation effects are ideal for treating chronic pain, while the burst of energy can help with chronic fatigue, leaving the user energized. As a result, Blood Orange should be consumed during the day.