More About Blue Orca Autoflowering Strain
Type: Mostly Indica
Genetics Parents: 76 Thai Stick and Afghani
Flowering Period: 7 to 10 Weeks
Yield: 300 – 400 g/m2 (indoors) ; 60 – 800 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: Earthy, Skunk, and Pine
THC Level: up to 19%
CBD Level: 1%
Height: up to 120 cm
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Orca Autoflowering?
The Blue Orca has similar flavor and aroma profiles comprised of earthy, skunk, and pine notes. Like most hybrid marijuana strains, the Blue Orca kicks off with a cerebral high that stimulates the mood-enhancing properties resulting in a brighter and happier outlook. After some time, the body feels relaxed and often can lead to a state of couch-lock. Consumers will eventually feel drowsy and end up in a deep sleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Blue Orca Autoflowering?
Marijuana strains are now seen as alternatives to alleviate some health ailments. Lifting the mood and boosting the energy, the Blue Orca clears out any uncontrolled gloomy thoughts that are often experienced by those who have depression and anxiety. Stress that can sometimes lead to over fatigue may also be reduced with one hit of this strain. Muscle tensions and chronic pains can be relieved through the anti-inflammatory and pain-killing components of this strain.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Blue Orca Autoflowering
The Blue Orca can lead to side effects even with minimal doses. Cottonmouth and dry eyes arise when taken in a body that is dehydrated. Individuals who have a low tolerance for THC should slow down because taking an excessive amount can lead to paranoia and headache.
How to Grow Blue Orca Autoflowering?
When cultivated in an indoor climate, the Blue Orca produces around 14 to 16 ounces per square meter after 49 to 70 days. It is quite a short-sized plant that can only grow to about 4 ft, which is great for limited spaces. On the other hand, outdoor growing would give you up to 7 ounces per plant that growers can reap during October or right before the temperature becomes too cold. The Blue Orca blooms better when exposed to a warm environment.