All About Orangutan Weed Strain
Orangutan is a cross between Orange Crush and Citrus Sap with two potent mainstays, GG4 and Tangie. The buds are light green and thick, smelling of gasoline, earth, grapefruits, and oranges. With an overall THC ratio of 10%, Orangutan is considered to be a great choice for experienced users. Beginners might like selecting less potent options instead. The strain is rich in terpenes such as Linalool, Limonene, Humulene, and Carene. That explains its ability to provide a wide range of health benefits to a user.
Orangutan Strain Effects
The high is followed by an almost immediate physical relaxation accompanied by a euphoric headband sensation. The strain is known to boost one’s mood and eliminate stress. It is mostly recommended for daytime usage. Doctors often prescribe Orangutan to those patients suffering from bipolar disorder, fatigue, migraines, muscle spasms, arthritis. As the level of THC found in cannabis is high, one should be carefully measuring the amount of weed smoked. If overdosed, it might lead to dry eyes, dizziness, and low blood pressure.
A typical plant height ranges from 60 to 80 inches. The flowering period takes no longer than 71 days. The growing difficulty of the Orangutan strain can be evaluated as moderate. The plant does well both indoors and outdoors.