Agent Orange appropriately derives its name from its aroma and flavor, being of freshly cut oranges and citrus herbs. Though a hybrid, its appearance looks a tad more indica as a well-cultivated batch will have hues of light and dark purples scattered throughout its forest-green buds. It’s pistils are a striking burnt orange amid the sea of deep buds, though not as bright as an actual orange as we might be mislead to believe.
THC levels of Agent Orange usually hover between 13-16%, with CBN and CBD both around 0.2%. Some consumers of this strain have indicated it produces an alert but manageable high. Despite Agent Orange’s sativa-dominance and cerebral effects, it has also been known to induce hunger, so having munchies nearby is a must. It also is reported to create a minimal body buzz, so couch-lock is rarely an issue and normal, daily tasks may become seemingly easier to complete, social anxiety may fade, and activities whether alone or with friends, can become more interesting and enjoyable for some users.
However, be careful to ingest according to your personal tolerance with Agent Orange. In higher amounts, some have indicated it can cause dizziness or anxiousness. Red eyes and dry mouth are common side effects so have some eye drops and a drink handy.
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TGA Genetics bred Agent Orange by crossing Orange Velvet with Jack the Ripper.