When it comes to all-time classic flavors, Orange Bud seeds has to be at the top of the list. Its taste and aroma are truly distinct, touching the lives of people everywhere. And, in the world of cannabis, the same rings true, especially when it comes to the slightly indica leaning marijuana strain known as Orange Bud.
|Plant type||50% Indica 50% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 18%|
|Yields||5 to 9 oz per 3x3ft|
|Taste & Smell||Orange|
Technically, this cannabis strain has nothing to do with the actual citrus fruit. It was actually given the name due to its buds being covered in bright orange hairs. And, much like the relaxing, calming feeling that comes from a cold glass of OJ on a hot summer day, this bud provides the same feeling.
Research points to California as the origin of the Orange Bud strain. It seems to be a backcrossing result of one of the world’s premier cannabis strains, Skunk No. 1. Others have said it’s a crossbreed of two different lines of Skunk. This award-winning strain of marijuana took 2nd place in the 1994 High Times Cannabis Cup Bio category.
Orange bud delivers an instant euphoric high that comes with a THC content of 16% to 23%.
Orange Bud Strain Origin
Orange Bud is a weed strain that traces its origin to the early 1980s, possibly in California. This strain of cannabis has grown its popularity ever since it was first bred by Dutch Passion. Today, it still remains popular more than 30 years after it was bred from two pure strains of the skunk family.
Since this strain of marijuana was developed, it has remained popular and is one of the most sought-after cannabis strains in Dutch coffee shops. This is because of its numerous medical uses, great taste, sweet aroma and minimal side effects.
Growing Orange Bud Feminized Seeds
These are feminized seeds. Female plants, contrary to male plants, are the ones that actually produce weed. They start flowering when they receive less light per day, i.e. in the Fall or when you manipulate the light cycle indoors.
We advise also reading our germination instructions for guaranteed results.
Orange Bud Plants
Over the years, the number of people growing Orange Bud has significantly increased. Weed connoisseur’s attribute this to the fact that it is moderately easy to grow and is ideal for both amateurs and experienced growers.
Orange Bud flourishes well both indoors and outdoors. It is a compact plant that grows to a height of 3.5 feet tall.
Flowering & Yield
When cultivated indoors, you’ll have a yield of about 14 ounces of usable cannabis per square meter. Grown outdoors results in about 14 ounces of usable marijuana for each plant.
It takes between 8 and 9 weeks for Orange Bud to flower when grown indoors. Outdoor cultivators can expect to harvest during early October. The “Sea of Green” is the most popular cultivation method for getting the most yield from an Orange Bud plant.
Experiencing The Orange Bud Strain
Orange bud is a fantastic smoke that can be used at any time of day. This weed strain results in a euphoric experience that makes users feel very relaxed. It also brings out the kind of energy that is rarely experienced when using marijuana.
Users of this legendary cannabis strain also feel sedated. Orange bud is a highly ranked weed strain because it helps improve concentration. It also helps users laugh more as it suppresses feelings of sadness and depression.
After just a few hits, you’re in a daydream-state of mind. You’ll find yourself in a euphoria that makes you feel sensual and sexual. This strain has a way of heightening your sex drive, making sex feel close to tantric for the user.
After using Orange Bud, users are typically left happy and more focused. In rare cases, this weed results in dry mouth, known as cottonmouth. When using this strain, simply keep yourself hydrated with fluids to deter chances of dry mouth. Cases of dry eyes or headaches have been reported, but are quite rare.
On top of its many medical uses, this strain results in minimal cases of nausea, paranoia and couch lock. All of these reactions can be easily managed by limiting the amount consumed.
Orange Bud Taste & Smell
Because this strain comes from a line of Skunk strains, it features a scent that is skunky, dark and earthy. You’ll also find that it delivers a potent note of orange fragrance, which tends to linger in the air. Most savvy smokers are impressed with the aroma of this strain. According to reviews, you barely even need to use incense to mask the scent.
The flavors of Orange Bud are very pronounced, however. You’ll enjoy the citrusy orange strong note. If you enjoy the taste of fresh oranges, this strain of cannabis will bring you delight.
Uses for Orange Bud
Medical marijuana users of Orange Bud love this strain because of its many medical uses. Dispensaries recommend this strain because it helps its users fit in and feel comfortable under all conditions. It is beneficial for those that want to meet new people and socialize, but have a hard time doing so.
Here are some of the conditions successfully treated by Orange Bud, at-a-glance:
- Loss of appetite
- Chronic pain
Orange Bud is popular for users who want to manage anxiety. It is known to completely get rid of anxiety at any time of day. This strain is also widely preferred by users who want to control depression, an often find that their symptoms are manageable after using it.
Orange Bud can also be used for chronic pain suppression. It can do wonders when it comes to getting rid of pain in any part of the body. It is popular among those who want to get rid of cramps and unwind to become fully relaxed.
Relaxation is one of its perks, but it also helps users become more active in day-to-day activities. It may even help people feel more comfortable and happier in their careers.
Those who lack appetites can also find Orange Bud quite helpful. The strain is known to increase appetite levels, commonly known as the munchies, among its users. This makes the strain effective for treating anorexia, chronic nausea and lack of appetite. Because of this, Orange Bud is often recommended to cancer patients to treat nausea symptoms caused by radiation and chemotherapy.