Agent Orange Weed Strain is a sativa dominant hybrid flower, parent and power by popular strains, Jack’s Cleaner, Space Queen, and Orange Skunk. Agent Orange, sometimes known as Agent O, has energy that doesn’t last long, but long enough to go to work.
Be prepare for a relaxed fall from the sativa high. Agent Orange Weed Strain has a sweet and citrus smell with a hint of spice and dark liquor.
When exhaled, the room fills with pine and earthy scents combined with a chemical undertone. This strain gives both cerebral and a body high. Using Agent Orange Weed Strain isn’t the best strain for beginners.
Overview of these Strain
Agent Orange is a 75% sativa dominant plant. Created by TGA Sub cool Seeds, its THC content reaches up to 25%, 0.3% CBD, and CBN at 0.1% making it extremely potent.
The flower is resinous and dense. It’s a pale green bud, and because of its pigment, it has hues of maroon and purple.
Depending on how it’s grow, the colors overtake the green. Agent Orange had dull orange hairs and covered in dusty white crystals.
Potential Effects of Agent Orange Weed Strain
While Agent Orange effects both the body and mind, it takes the cerebral road most of the time.
Its uplifting effects are almost psychedelic. This strain is not for beginners. With high dosages, Agent Orange has a habit of separating
people from reality. It keeps you euphoric and active for a short period.
The energy it provides makes you want to get things done. As the high comes down, relaxation kicks in and a tender feeling flows through the body.
Be ready to laugh.
Some adverse effects are dry mouth and dizziness. High dosages may cause headaches and paranoia.