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Who Dat Orange Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
High
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
Up to 9 to 10 weeks
Climate
Dry outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Tall
Flavors
Orange, fuel, and hash

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Who Dat Orange Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

The Who Dat Orange Kush cannabis strain is a strain that resulted from combining the Big Easy OG strain with the Agent Orange strain. It is a balanced hybrid known for its heavy orange, fuel, and hash taste that delivers a potent mix of Sativa effects.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Who Dat Orange Kush?

This strain smells and tastes of sweet oranges, fuel, and hash. And while it is an evenly balanced strain, its effects lean heavily on the cerebral side. The mental buzz is very psychoactive and can result in a blurry disconnect from reality. This trippy sensation is accompanied by a relaxing body buzz and a hard case of the munchies. You should be prepared and have snacks on-hand once the munchies hits. The effects are very potent, but the high wears off after 30 to 40 minutes, making it a favorite among those who just need the “break” from a mundane or stressful day.

What are the medicinal benefits of Who Dat Orange Kush?

This strain is often used by patients seeking relief from stress, anxiety, depression, and even minor body pains.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Who Dat Orange Kush?

Common side effects include an increase in the levels of paranoia and anxiety. Dry eyes, cottonmouth, and headaches are also experienced when smoking this strain.

How to Grow Who Dat Orange Kush?

This strain is easy to grow and thrives well indoors, in greenhouses, and outdoors. It can grow to relatively tall height, but the breeders recommend training the plant by topping the upper branches and maintaining it into a mid-size bush. This is a generous strain that will produce high maximum rewards in as short as 9 to 10 weeks.

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