All About Orange Cake Weed Strain
Orange Cake comes from the crossing of Orangeade with Mimosa and California Orange. This is a hybrid strain with a 50/50 ratio of Indica to Sativa. Bred by NameSeeds originally, the Orange Cake strain often leads to hazy effects that make the users feel blissful. This weed has a THC content of 19%, and it comes with Myrcene as the dominant terpene.
The Effects of Orange Cake Cultivar
This cannabis provides the user with very relaxing effects. It causes a heady high that can lead to sedation at times. Users report feeling very happy and free of worries when they smoke these buds. They also become more talkative and euphoric. All of this makes this marijuana more suitable for use during the late evening when you wish to kick back and have some relaxed fun at a party or on your couch. With 19% THC content, this weed can also be consumed by beginners without too much of a worry. It can sometimes cause a dry mouth, though.
Like many other Indica-dominant strains, this one can also help patients suffering from issues like stress, depression, cramps, lack of sleep, and nausea.
Taste and Aroma
While Myrcene may be the dominant terpene in this cannabis strain, it is also accompanied by Terpinolene, Limonene, and Pinene. The combination of these gives the buds a rather tangy aroma that has notes of citrus in it. The flavor profile is also very tangy. Notes of fresh earth, pepper, and citrus are also present in the taste.
Information for Growers
This weed is fairly easy to grow. It is available in the form of feminized seeds, which makes the growing process a little easier. The plant can be grown indoors and outdoors. It requires a greenhouse effect if grown indoors for best results. The yield of the plant is 450 grams per square meter, and the buds are ready in 60 to 65 days. When grown carefully, the plant will give you fluffy, light green buds that are covered with frosty trichomes.