Agent Orange

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
12–16%
Yield
16 ounces per square meter indoor and 19 ounces of fresh bud per plant outdoor
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Strain Information

Combining the two different hybrid strains, Orange Velvet with the bold Jack the Rippers, you get Agent Orange, medical exceptional marijuana. This hybrid was bred by MzJill Genetics that captures the senses of the consumers. It is not only known for being one of the sweetest cannabis plants out there, not only due to its flavor but also because of its definite fragrant.

Agent Orange has a strong smell of oranges and fresh-cut citrus, and tastes like a spicy orange but sweet. The high for this is well described to decrease after just an hour, so this is one of the best cannabis that will sustain your day to keep you energized. This bud has a deep purple appearance with a little combination of maroon and the sea of green. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Agent Orange?

Agent Orange has a refreshing combination that is most accentuated with a rich pine, spicy skunky diesel with a twist on sweet citrus flavor. This Sativa-dominant strain will wash away all your worries and surround you in a sudden rush of warm and fuzzy energy. A calm and relaxed head that will keep you happy be in a state of euphoria and uplifted. You may feel sociable as well, a good choice to go to an event where talking and communication is important.

What are the medical benefits of Agent Orange?

Agent Orange is good for stress and depression, relieving pain such as cramps, migraines, chronic pain, and for some other cases, fatigue. This can be a big help too for providing an appetite for food. It can also help people who are suffering from Bipolar Disorder and ADD/ADHD.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Agent Orange?

The adverse effects that were observed when used excessively are drying of the mouth, drying of the eyes, paranoia, and sometimes, dizzy and experience of having anxiety, as well.

How to Grow Agent Orange?

Agent Orange can be grown indoors or outdoors, and the good news is, a person who has a little or not so much experience can nurture this type of bud. An effort that can be done cultivating Agent Orange would be trimming; this technique the best way to train the bush not to grow too much or massively and will affect the yield if in case.

To nurture Agent Orange, giving nutrients must be gradual; there were cases when the grower was just dumping out fertilizers and water, ended up badly for the harvest, and the worst-case scenarios, the cannabis was not able to flourish and die. Remember, even plants need just enough and not too much. Too much of a good thing is a bad thing.