Description

Orange Creamsicle is exceptionally similar to the iced confection, after which it is named. It is creamy and melts in your lips, leaving cannabis connoisseurs relishing the delightful citrus aftertaste it left. Not to add, because it has a THC content that ranges from 7 to 18%, it is suitable for users of all levels. This delightful feminized cannabis strain’s breeders blended two of the tastiest strains – Orange Crush and Juicy Fruit – to create Orange Creamsicle. Orange Crush is an Indica strain with an acidic fragrance and flavor. It is also relatively simple to cultivate. Meanwhile, the latter is a mainly Sativa strain that passed its cream-flavored terpene profile to its offspring.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Orange Creamsicle Feminized Cannabis Seeds?

Orange Creamsicle is a fast-acting strain that hits the brain with a burst of pleasure right after the first few puffs. It does, however, blast it with its euphoric effects. Instead, it is modest at first and gradually becomes more intense. If anything, it seems like it’s being cradled in clouds as it soars to new heights. Orange Creamsicle tastes just like its name suggests. It tastes citrusy, like oranges, yet it’s dipped in sweet, creamy vanilla. It produces a tropical but the creamy flavor in the tongue on the exhale that persists long after the last puff.

What are the Medical Benefits of Orange Creamsicle Feminized Cannabis Seeds?

The most often claimed reason for cannabis use is stress alleviation. Orange Creamsicle has a favorable effect on pessimistic outlooks by producing a euphoric high. It also relaxes the mind, which is beneficial in alleviating the overpowering dread that often strikes anxious people. Similarly, the mood-stabilizing benefits give relief to individuals suffering from depression and other mental health diseases having a depressed component, such as PTSD.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Orange Creamsicle Feminized Cannabis Seeds

When using Orange Creamsicle, you may experience dizziness. A slight sense of paranoia may accompany it at times. Such symptoms are mainly caused by abuse of the strain. The majority of the time, however, consumers have a slight headache. However, it is always advisable to pace and regulate one’s consumption. Orange Creamsicle causes two additional adverse effects. The first is dry eyes, and the second is cottonmouth. Both are unavoidable due to the cannabinoids in cannabis interfering with the body’s hydration production; even if the discomfort is little, individuals who feel it should drink a couple of glasses of water to keep hydrated.

How to Grow Orange Creamsicle Feminized Cannabis Seeds

It grows well in the warm climates of many Mediterranean or tropical countries. It grows tall with airy, tapering buds. It blossoms quickly and produces much fruit when grown in direct sunshine. To regulate the plant’s height when grown indoors, breeders may need to top the plant early or decrease the vegetative cycle. Otherwise, it will suffocate its developing space and obstruct air or light passage. As a result, using the Screen of Green approach to its maximum potential is critical. Despite its Sativa lineage, Orange Creamsicle Feminized seeds have a short indoor blooming cycle of 7 to 9 weeks. Growers pick between 12 and 16 ounces of buds per square meter after the plants reach maturity. Orange Creamsicle blooms in the garden from the final week of September to the third week of October. It produces at least 16 ounces of trichome-frosted buds per square meter when fully mature.

Orange Creamsicle Feminized Strain Profile

strain-genetics  Strain Genetics  Orange Crush x Juicy Fruit
strains-dominant  Strain Dominant  Sativa-dominant (60%)
thc-content  THC Content  7 to 18%
cbd-content  CBD Content  Low
flowering-time  Flowering Time  7 to 9 Weeks
flowering-type Climate  Warm
yield Yield  12 to 16oz/m2 indoors / 16oz or more per plant outdoors
best-to-grow Height  Tall
best-to-grow Growing Difficulty   Moderate
yield Harvest Period  September to October
taste-flavor Flavours  Sweet, Tropical, Vanilla, and Orange