More About Agent Orange Feminized Strain
Type: Sativa (80%), Indica (20%)
Genetics Parents: Orange Velvet X Jack The Ripper
Flowering Period: 10 Weeks
Climate: Temperate/Continental, Sunny/Mediterranean
Yield: 600 g to 800 g
Flavors: Cheese, Lemon, Orange, Spicy, Sweet
THC Level: 19%
CBD Level: 0.21%
Height: 200 cm to 300 cm
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Agent Orange Feminized?
The Agent Orange has a sweet orange and lemon aroma that will definitely entice consumers into smoking this strain. Once inhaled, it releases a sweet citrus flavor into the palate, which was inherited from its parent strain, the Orange Velvet. Hints of cheese and spice undertones are also evident.
This strain is best used during daytime and can be used as an alternative for the daily coffee or energy booster. Despite being dominantly Sativa, this strain has perfectly balanced effects that prevent the body from being too hyperactive. The Agent Orange is best used when you are feeling a little bit unproductive and lazy as it squeezes all creative juices during the high making smokers feel more motivated and focused to do their tasks. The social butterfly comes out after a few minutes of taking a toke. Smokers will feel more chatty and giggly than usual, which makes it a perfect strain for any parties or social gatherings as it will definitely earn you an enjoyable conversation either with friends or strangers.
What are the Medical Benefits of Agent Orange Feminized?
The state of bliss that the Agent Orange places smokers can help free any worries that may cloud the mind, which can alleviate depression, overwhelming stress, and anxiety. As this strain also enhances the focus, patients with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or ADHD can benefit from this and help them become more efficient and effective on their tasks.
The Agent Orange does not only provide relief for psychological conditions but it can also loosen muscle tensions and reduce body pains caused by chronic migraine and arthritis. For individuals who are suffering from eating disorders that trigger extreme weight loss, this strain increases the appetite and induces the munchies effect that results in more food intake.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Agent Orange Feminized
The Agent Orange should not be consumed by individuals who need to lose weight or are not allowed to gain weight as this strain will trigger a higher consumption of food during the smoking process. Those with low tolerance for the THC component are not allowed to take high doses as doing so, may lead to severe results such as paranoia, headache, and dizziness. Moderate amounts of any marijuana strain can still cause conditions such as dry eyes and cottonmouth to arise if the body is not hydrated enough before and after smoking.
How to Grow Agent Orange Feminized Marijuana Seeds?
The Agent Orange is highly resistant to threats such as mold, mildews, and pests. This plant is fairly easy to grow and only needs proper monitoring and maintenance. Its physical characteristics consist of huge, dense, and long buds, autumn-like hairs and surrounded by frosty and glistening trichomes. The bushy quality of this plant would need to be maintained properly, which is why it needs regular trimming for proper air circulation and to prevent any molds from building up. Cultivators with little space will find the wide structure of the Agent Orange quite a challenge.
When growing indoors, the Agent Orange is best grown using soil or hydroponics and paired with the Screen of Green (SCRoG) technique to have a more optimized cultivation process. Temperature should also be controlled and not go beyond 68°F to 79°F. In addition, a 40% to 50% RH level should be maintained at all times. After 56 days, growers may harvest about 600 to 800 g of buds.
In an outdoor setting, a Mediterranean-like environment is preferred as this plant is quite greedy with sunlight. During the month of October, cultivators may be able to reap around 800 grams.