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Orange Kush Strain

Indica Hybrid OG Kush x Orange Bud
  • 19.5% THC
  • 0.07% CBD
  • 0.04% CBN
medicinal use Anxiety ANXIETY
medicinal use Insomnia INSOMNIA
medicinal use Pain PAIN
medicinal use Orange ORANGE
medicinal use Sweet SWEET
medicinal use Citrus CITRUS
medicinal use Euphoric EUPHORIC
medicinal use Relaxed RELAXED
medicinal use Happy HAPPY

Orange Kush is a unique strain that has an interesting citrus flavor and sweet aroma, and it is accompanied by a sense of euphoria and an uplifting mood that help stress and depression. The top three flavors that best describe what Orange Kush tastes like is citrus, skunk, and sweet. The THC content in this strain is relatively high. On average, Orange Kush is typically around 20-24 percent THC, which could be a bit too much for cannabis beginners.

Overview of Orange Kush

Orange Kush was bred by Green Devil Genetics and the taste of is similar to what the strain's name is: citrus, sour, and skunky. A few other important attributes about Orange Kush is that this hybrid strain has long yet dense light green buds in addition to several orange hairs and trichome crystals; the orange hairs make this strain really stand out compared to other hybrids.

It is recommended to start off small and work your way up if you are a beginner because Orange Kush has high THC content as compared to many other Hybrid strains.

Positive Effects of Orange Kush

When consuming Orange Kush, users feel relaxed, happy, and eventually sleepy depending on how high of a dosage they consumed.

Negative Effects of Obama Kush

After consumption, many people get the munchies, since this strain is often used as an appetite stimulant. Paranoia and headaches affect some consumers.

Lineage of Orange Kush

Orange Kush is a child of Orange Bud and OG Kush, and it is 50 percent Indica and 50 percent Sativa, which is an interesting combination that many medical cannabis patients love.

Growing Orange Kush

When growing Orange Kush, growers should be aware of the fact that this strain is resistant to the majority of pests, mold, and mildew. The average growing height of this strain is short-medium, and it typically takes seven to eight weeks for the plant to produce flowers.

On average, outdoor growers harvest Orange Kush either in late September or early October. Roughly, this strain is easy to grow and produces about 16 to 18 ounces of bud per square meter depending on if you grow indoors or outdoors.

Where to Find Orange Kush

In regards to where you can specifically find Orange Kush, overall, it is easily available and very popular in Washington, Arizona, and several Pacific Northwestern states. However, people living in Colorado, California, Oregon, Massachusetts, Nevada, Texas, New York, and Illinois can find Orange Kush as well.

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