Agent Orange is a delightful hybrid with a killer citrus aroma. While this flower is unfortunately named after one of the most damaging herbicides to date, Agent Orange is joyful and features an almost unbelievable orange aroma. Silly and carefree, expect smiles and laughter with this motivated daytime bud.
Bred by TGA Genetics, the Agent Orange strain is a cross between the tasty Orange Velvet and the energizing Jack the Ripper. Orange Velvet is a mild-mannered hybrid with a Dreamsicle aroma. Jack the Ripper is a flashy sativa known to provide a crisp mental stimulation. The overall cross resulted in a citrus bud with a happy-go-lucky kind of high.
While the Agent Orange experience is not all that overpowering, this bud can be quite potent. The THC content of this strain is said to run up to 25 percent THC, which can be a bit much for even experienced cannabis consumers. Most samples, however, are likely to feature about 15 percent of the psychoactive.
This strain is one you’ll want to grind up. Grinding Agent Orange releases a burst of orange aroma. If smoking from a joint or pipe, taking a dry pull of this flower is recommended. It’s not uncommon for people to exclaim that Agent Orange does not really smell like cannabis at all. Though this strain features more of an herbal taste, the aroma of a well-grown sample is almost exactly like a freshly peeled orange or a whiskey sour.
The Agent Orange experience
Featuring beautiful, purple-dusted buds, Agent Orange is a visual delight. This flower’s appearance and aroma make it a stand apart strain in almost any scenario. Yet, in terms of overall effect, this strain is all smiles. This flower is known to produce an uplifted and happy vibe that’s perfect for the day.
The flower is thought to be cerebral and stimulating, making it a great strain for both conversation and creative projects. Motivating, this hybrid would be a solid selection for times when you need to get things done. Many may also find it helpful with relieving the stress or anxiety that goes hand in hand with crunch time.
While some cannabis strains can be as energizing as a cup of coffee, Agent Orange is perhaps better compared to a black tea. The higher the THC, however, the more mind-bending this strain will become. In high doses, this strain can cause some paranoia and THC-induced anxiety. This is especially true with more potent samples. To keep this strain nice and mellow, it’s best to stick to light to moderate doses.
In high doses, this strain can cause some paranoia and THC-induced anxiety. This is especially true with more potent samples. To keep this strain nice and mellow, it’s usually best to stick to light to moderate doses.
Why do people use Agent Orange
The Agent Orange strain is a charmer. A jovial flower all around, it makes for a notable indulgence at parties and social gatherings. Those who are prone to social anxiety may find that low doses can calm the nerves and encourage relaxation. This flower would also be an appropriate choice for outdoor activities like a low-key soccer game, day hike, or bicycle ride.
Pain management is the most common reason medical cannabis patients pick up Agent Orange. While this flower is thought to provide a head-centered experience, it can also produce a comfortable heavy-bodied sensation. This strain is also popular among those with anxiety, depression, chronic stress, and nausea.
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