Agent Orange Regular by Kyle Kushman
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Despite being named after a chemical weapon used during the Vietnam War, Agent Orange is a very pleasant strain loaded with the sought-after attributes of classic high-THC Sativa variants.
First, it jolts the palate with a burst of sweet citrus courtesy of its parent strain, Orange Velvet. Then, it'll hurl you head first into a euphoric high that leads to a stress-free mental state. An invigorating physical buzz follows, repelling body pains as it makes its way into every part of the anatomy. Along with all these pleasures comes the appetite-enhancing effect of its other parent, Jack The Ripper. Not only does it make for a gastronomically-satisfying session, but it may also help people recover from eating disorders.
Agent Orange is quite a rare strain, so if you want to get your hands on it, the best option is to grow your own supply. Now you can do just that thanks to these regular seeds from Homegrown Cannabis Co. These little beans grow into a long and leggy plant that rewards its owner with a humongous yield.
Growing Agent Orange Regular Seeds
Like the familiar characters in secret service and spy movies, Agent Orange has a formidable fighting power against mold, mildew, and other external threats, a trait most often exhibited by landraces. The plant produces enormous, long, dense buds with a scattering of dark amber hairs and a generous overlay of trichomes.
As expected, these positive qualities are not without complexities. The plant's natural tendency to reach for the skies requires a spacious grow area that can accommodate its tremendous height. It also needs a giant pot for its extensive root system. Both requirements mean growing it will occupy a significant space indoors, and keeping it discreet outdoors will be challenging. Agent Orange's lengthy branches will need support as its long-running colas reach maturity and become heavier. Curbing the plant's length and structure demands training, skating and trimming – so it's best suited to skilled gardening hands.
In a controlled environment, you can grow the strain in either soil or hydroponics coupled with a Screen of Green setup for maximum yield. Keep it comfortable in temperatures between 68 and 79°F and set the RH levels around 40 to 50%. This type of habitat keeps pathogens at bay and promotes healthy growth. Come harvest time, up to 1.47 ounces of fresh and fragrant flowers per square foot will be ready for drying.
If you decide to grow alfresco, a Mediterranean-type climate is best. If that's not feasible, at least find a warm setting and put the plant in a spot with direct access to sunlight. Each one can produce up to 17.6 ounces if given a pleasant place to grow. In the northern hemisphere, be ready to harvest by October.
Fragrance and Flavor
Agent Orange's bouquet is rustic, but with a kick. As its trichomes approach full maturity, a swirling fragrance of sweet orange and lemon makes every grow room visit a mouthwatering experience. Drying and curing the buds adds a dank nuance to the already mesmerizing scent, giving them a more refined note.
When smoked, the sublime sugary lemon taste is still very much evident. There's also a tinge of cheese and a slight hint of spice that helps moderate the herb's predominantly sour kick.
Agent Orange is an invigorating strain that's excellent for wake and bake. Sending a surge of get-up-and-go motivation, it pushes the mind and body through the morning routine. It also supplies sufficient vitality for physical activities like working out or busting some moves before hitting the shower. It's a great tasting alternative to a cup of coffee.
Although it's best known for its energizing effect, Agent Orange also provides a steady wave of calm that does not cause lethargy or laziness. Instead, it creates a perfect balance that prevents hyperactivity. The added focus and clarity that ensues helps toss out mental clutters so that the mind can focus on any tasks at hand. This combination of effects makes it a wonderful pre-work hit.
Agent Orange is a great accompaniment to social functions, whether they be simple family gatherings, nights out with friends, or cocktail parties. It improves the appetite while also stimulating the mind to engage in lively conversations and debates. Even better, its relaxing touch eases tensions and social anxiety, which diminishes aloofness and wallflower proclivities.
While it's most known for its cerebral effects when used as a recreational strain, Agent Orange is, in fact, a potent all-rounder. It has up to 22% THC capacity and other powerful properties that make it popular in the realm of medicinal cannabis.
As with most Sativa variants, the mental effects of this herb manifest first. Even in small doses, it may reduce symptoms of ADD by boosting focus and productivity. It's also a real mood-brightener – it contains lashings of THC, which may have anti-depressant, anti-anxiety and stress-reducing effects when consumed in moderate amounts. The terpene Limonene, which gives the strain its lemon scent, is also said to have a robust anti-anxiety quality. Together, these two compounds may help treat mood swings, stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD and Bipolar Disorder.
Agent Orange is also said to have effective analgesic and anti-inflammatory action due to its heavy THC load. It may relieve migraines, cramps, muscle spasms and neuropathic concerns which include fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis and peripheral neuropathy. Because it boosts energy, it may temporarily mask the signs of fatigue.
The plant may also improve the appetite while combatting nausea and vomiting, and it has been used to alleviate the side effects of treatments like chemotherapy, along with eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia.
To ensure favorable results, avoid overindulgence and stay well hydrated before, during and after consuming this strain. These precautionary measures may lessen the discomfort brought about by cottonmouth and dry eyes, while also preventing a 'weed hangover' the morning after. Moderation is also very important in avoiding more serious adverse reactions such as paranoia and increased anxiety.
Regular Agent Orange Seeds
Agent Orange is a quintessential example of a classic Sativa. When used with self-restraint, it brings euphoria while helping to unlock the shackles of mental and physical conditions. It's an undeniably excellent daytime strain that can boost productivity at work, and leave you feeling more gregarious and sociable.
For a daily dose of this mouth-watering herb, you can cultivate your own crop from Homegrown Cannabis Co.'s seeds. Growing a personal stash means you won't need to spend huge amounts of money at dispensaries in your search for Agent Orange's lovely, resinous buds. It's a more affordable alternative that requires effort and commitment, but it ensures that there is always an Agent Orange bud within reach whenever the need arises.