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About this Hybrid Strain
Orange POTUS, an indica-leaning hybrid, has led to some interesting reviews. Instead of your typical indica effects of feeling sedated or lethargic, it’s been associated with spending time in nature or pursuing light physical activity such as hiking.
Its heritage lies with crossing Orange Creamsicle with Herijuana, so its terpene profile creates a citrusy flavor with undertones of earth and a scent that’s similar.
The buds of Orange POTUS are typically a mossy green with bright orange pistils and yellow tones which adds to its citrusy appeal.
THC levels have been tested in the mid-teens, with CBD levels too low to count.
Frequently Asked Questions About Orange POTUS
- What is Orange Potus?
Orange Potus is an indica-dominant hybrid with unusual effects not usually associated with an indica-dominant strain.
- Where does Orange Potus come from?
Orange Potus is a cross of Orange Creamsicle and Herijuana.
- What does Orange Potus smell like?
Orange Potus has sweet citrus notes that leaning towards a creamy-orange with some notes of woods and earth.
- What does Orange Potus taste like?
Orange Potus has a sweet and delicious taste that many compare to a tasty orange creamsicle. It finishes with a more musky earth flavor that can be described as floral and herbal.
- What color does Orange Potus have?
Orange Potus has forest-green buds with highlights of yellow and pale purple. It has dark-orange pistils that swirl through and around the buds and a light coating of amber-toned trichomes.
- What effects does Orange Potus have?
Orange Potus has unusual effects not typical for an indica-dominant strain. Orange Potus has more energetic effects than sedating ones and many have said that it's a strain that is the gateway to a new perspective. Many people say when they consume Orange Potus, they want to spend time outside and observe things they normally wouldn't.
- Is Orange Potus an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Orange Potus is an indica-dominant hybrid.