California Orange, also known as California Orange Bud, is a hybrid of balanced Indica and Sativa composition. Created in the 1980s before growers were able to discuss or trademark their strain genetics online. It has undetermined parentage. Undeniable, however, is its fresh citrus scent. Although THC content is relatively low (10 to 15%) this strain is known for a potent mental high.
California Orange has a tight, leafy bud structure. Leaves are pale green and so covering with trichomes as to appear matte in texture. when broke open, the buds are even sticky inside. The smell is initially pungent and skunky, with a strong citrus base. This strain has a very high concentration of the terpene linalool. It’s an odor compound found in other fragrant strains like Violet Delight and Lavender. Burning, the flowers have a spicy, clove-like scent. The smoke is smooth and has a sweet aftertaste.
California Orange is an old school classic, dating back to at least 1980, and as such, there is a great deal of mystery surrounding its origin. It is generally accept to be a 50/50 indica/sativa hybrid, is quite easy to grow, and produces a sweet citrus aroma reminiscent of orange zest. Also known as Cali-O, Cali Orange Bud, C.O.B., and available from Dutch Passion as “Californian Orange” in seed form, this hybrid finds its way around the globe and is a favorite with many growers. Most users report that California Orange produces an upbeat, clear-head high when smoking in moderation, while heavier dosing can lead to a more indica-type body feeling. California orange strain.
Up to 13-15% THC
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