At the end of the day, breeding new cannabis strains is a business. Because of the competition, breeders have to keep coming up with better strains. Already, there are over a thousand strains through the years. But coming up with strains is not only a matter of crossing different hybrids. It is also about taking the best traits of its parents. As such, some strains could take decades to develop.
Information about Orange Haze:
|Sativa/Indica %||Indoor Yield||Outdoor Yield||Flowering Period|
|65% / 35%||17-21 oz/ m2||12-21 ounces per plant||9 weeks indoors, Mid to Late October outdoors.|
Take for instance the Sativa dominant strain Orange Haze. Through years of crossing and breeding, it inherited the effects of one of its parents. From the other, it took its scent and taste. As a result, it delivers a powerful Sativa high that many users crave, as well as great scent.
Orange Haze comes from the classic Haze, which has been around for a long time. It is a remarkable strain that was introduced in the early 70s, that is over four decades ago. Known for its incredible Sativa effects, there were efforts to preserve and make sure it lives on.
Using this as one of the parents, the breeder Green Devil Genetics crossed it with another hybrid. In picking Orange Bud as the other parent, they were able to pass on its great odor and taste to Orange Haze.
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Information about Orange Haze:
|ORIGIN||Orange Bud and Haze|
|EFFECTS||Uplifted – 10|
Euphoric – 9
Happy – 9
Energetic – 7
Relaxed – 6
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10|
Dry eyes – 4
Paranoid – 2
Anxious – 1
Dizzy – 1
|FRAGRANCE||Sweet, spicy, earthy, citrus|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, tropical, pine, citrus, orange|
|MEDICAL||Stress – 10|
Depression – 6
Fatigue – 3
Pain – 1
Spasticity – 1
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Mid to Late October|
|PLANT HEIGHT||8 to 10 feet outdoor|
|THC CONTENT %||18% to 20%|
|CBD %||0.1% to 0.61%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||35%/65%|
|INDOOR YIELD||17 to 21 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||12 to 21 ounces per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Resistant to pests and fungus|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
It is no secret that there are many great Sativa strains out there. Even so, Sativa strains give different effects. As mentioned, there are breeders who kept Haze after four decades. The primary reason for that is due to the kind of effects it gives, which Orange Haze inherited.
Orange Haze packs some serious power. Moments after using, it ushers in a sudden sensation of revitalizing energy. Instead of the typical buzzing cerebral high, users find themselves feeling uplifted. It then sets itself apart from others by giving users a clearer mind and ability to focus better.
Some strains can make people feel good, but this one does not only do that. It also provides the energy boost needed to help users function and finish tasks. It does have a small Indica side and as its effects start to creep down to the body, it does so in gentle ways. Here, Orange Haze once again demonstrates why it is a great strain.
As the physical body high starts, so too are the feeling of relaxation. An upside to this is that combined with the uplifting feeling, users now feel happy, or even elated. At this point, that is all the Indica effects do. It does not go beyond and overwhelm users causing them to feel lazy, which negates the energy boost.
Imagine stepping out into the garden one early morning and smelling hints of orange. In some ways, that is how Orange Haze smells like. Its sweet citrusy smell mixed with an earthy smell is a marked improvement from the Haze.
From an ordinary tasting strain, the addition of citrus is one of the reasons for picking Orange Bud as a parent. In doing so, the result is one of the better tasting cannabis. On its taste alone, it is a bonus to the wonderful Sativa effects that made it popular.
As every marijuana user knows, there are some negative reactions that could come with its use. Some are non-issues, while others are good to know and should serve as a guide. For instance, having dry mouth and eyes, they are common reactions and poses no threat to health.
Orange Haze does have other reactions, while not dangerous, they are still a nuisance. One of them is feeling a little more anxious or paranoid. Another is feeling dizzy. In both cases, these are temporary conditions that should last only a few minutes. But what is important here is that users should not overestimate their tolerance. In other words, one should never overuse cannabis.
Having established that Orange Haze is a great strain for recreational use, it also has a few medical use. One of them is in reducing stress. A big reason for this is its ability to uplift mood and deliver body relaxation. Because of this, those suffering from other mental health conditions such as depression should find this strain beneficial.
The energy boost it gives is also one reason for using this strain. Some people have to deal with fatigue and using Orange Haze is like drinking coffee, where caffeine gives extra energy.
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Orange Haze thrives well in both outdoor and indoor environments. Outside, it grows up to 10 feet tall. For that reason, growers need to consider that before proceeding.
As for growing indoor, growers need to keep it shorter for obvious reasons. From what we have gathered, using soils as a medium is possible, but hydroponics is the best. One thing that makes it a little easier to cultivate is that the Orange Haze plant is resistant to pests and fungus.
The great thing about Orange Haze is that it matures a little faster than most other Sativa strains. While others take 10 or more weeks, this plant is ready in as early as 9 weeks. By then, growers can expect a bountiful yield per square meter of around 17 to 21 ounces.
If planting outdoors, then sometime between the mid-month of October to its last days, it should be ready. Although it can give as low as 12 ounces per plant, it could also match its indoor yield.
FAQ About Orange Haze Strain
Orange Haze yields 17-21 oz/ m2 indoors and 12-21 ounces per plant outdoors.
From 18% up to 20% THC.
Orange Haze was created from a mix between Orange Bud and Haze
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Orange Haze? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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