The Agent Orange strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain (cultivar) made by MzJill Genetics. Its genetics comprise approximately 75% sativa and 25% indica, with THC levels at a moderate 17% and CBG levels at only around 1%. This strain is popular in parts of the U.S. due to its energetic and uplifting effects. Some reports that this strain helps manage chronic fatigue, depression, and PTSD.
Although the flavonoids in Agent Orange are yet to be fully identified, the strain likely contains cannflavins A, B, and C. Other flavonoids common to almost all sativa strains are apigenin and luteolin.
Agent Oranges has been reported to have the following effects:
The following adverse effects have also been reported:
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Agent Orange is said to leave people feeling energetic and talkative, making it a perfect strain for social occasions. People often feel euphoric with a mild body-numbing effect. Users also report a robust increase in appetite, so keep the snacks nearby.
When consumed, users report an aroma similar to fresh-cut citrus with the taste of orange lingering on the tongue. Some people also claim to taste cheese when inhaling the smoke.
Some common adverse effects include dry mouth, dry eyes, and mild anxiety. It is essential to stay hydrated and start slow to avoid these harmful effects.
THC, CBD, and beta-caryophyllene have anti-inflammatory effects that can help reduce joint pain and stiffness.
Cannabis contains anti-inflammatory and analgesic compounds that can help reduce or distract from pain, including THC, CBD, and beta-caryophyllene.
Cannabinoids like CBD can help modulate serotonin transmission, giving it anti-depressant and anxiolytic effects.
The Agent Orange strain is perfect for taking in the afternoon. Users should start slowly, particularly novice users who cannot gauge their tolerance. Taking doses higher than you are accustomed to may result in negative side effects, including anxiety, paranoia, and headaches. Knowing your limits is essential, especially when starting a new strain.
The Agent Orange strain can be grown indoors and outdoors. It’s not an extremely challenging strain to grow, but it’s a sativa-dominant hybrid. It should be trained to promote lateral growth, especially if you grow indoors. It also benefits from a good support network.
The Agent Orange strain can grow tall due to its sativa nat, and the plant can grow up to 10 feet tall outdoors. Therefore, if you grow Agent Orange indoors, you must train the strain into a bush to keep it short.
Humidity and Temperature
The Agent Orange cannabis strain does well in warm temperatures of around 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit. During the vegetative state, the humidity level should be kept at about 60%-65%. When the strain is flowering, reduce the humidity to around 40%-50% to avoid bud rot.
Agent Orange’s flowering time is between 55 and 65 days. If grown indoors, you can expect 16 ounces of bud per square meter and a whopping 19 ounces per plant outdoors. The Agent Orange strain produces beautiful buds with crystal trichomes and dark orange hairs.
THC 17%-20%CBD 0.56%-0.87%
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