Orange Sherbet: Invigorating and Mouth Watering
Orange Sherbet is a triple threat as she borrows her genetic make-up from three incredible strains. She is the child of the hybridising of Orange Cream, Purple Urkle and Cherry Pie. The blending gave the cannabis community a strain with explosive fruity flavours and an Indica-dominant variety from three US classic strains.
Smoke Report/Effects Orange Sherbet
Orange Sherbet is an 80% Indica strain with strong and intoxicating effects. Just any Indica will give you a cosy high, so will Orange Sherbet. She is an Indica dominant strain that will offer a powerfully relaxing high. It will feel like you are being given a massage right after a sauna. Her smoke will hit fast and heavy to take effect a few tokes into your session to deliver a hit of muscle relaxation that will make you comfortable wherever you are sitting.
The potency and heaviness of Orange Sherbets effects disqualify her as a morning strain. She can be overwhelming, especially to novice users. Novice users are advised to go slow on her as she could knock them out instantly. She makes a perfect evening smoke or a perfect strain for your lazy off day. In the evening, she can be useful at beating insomnia, and her intense body high can help alleviate physical pain. She is the ideal strain for Indica lovers.
Appearance, Smells and Flavours of Orange Sherbet
Orange Sherbet is an Indica dominant strain and will grow a plant with Indica characters. The plant is usually short and will feature several side branches giving her a bush appearance. During flowering, she will develop huge, orange and purple colas of delicious nugs on the main cola and side branches.
On the Aroma and flavour side, she is something to marvel at and enjoy. She offers your nostrils a sweet bitterness of orange, while your mouth is treated to acid candy and orange.
Grow Report of Orange Sherbet
Orange Sherbet is one of the easiest strains to grow. Novice users will have it easy tending to the plant, while experienced growers can reap hugely from the plant. She will grow short, making her ideal for indoor and discreet growing. You may be required to provide support during flowering due to her heavy buds.
What you should expect:
- 60 to 70 days of flowering
- Indoor heights of 100cm
- Outdoor heights of 130 cm
- Outdoor harvest month of September
- The indoor yield of up to 650 grams per square metre
- Outdoor harvest of up to 700 grams per plant
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