orange sherbet strain
Orange Sherbet strain is a slightly indica dominant hybrid strain that’s a
descendant of the super tasty Sunset Sherbet strain and perhaps the line
of Orange strains. But don’t go looking for this bud – its rarity makes it a
truly difficult strain to find on the medicinal market. Because it is so hard
to find, there is very little credible information on Orange Sherbet available.
The Orange Sherbet high is very relaxing and calming in nature, with a
slightly euphoric onset that leaves you uplifted and happy. Orange Sherbet strain is
accompanied by a body buzz that leaves you completely relaxed
with a sense of ease. These effects make Orange Sherbet strain ideal
for treating patients suffering from conditions such as depression,
chronic stress or anxiety, and chronic pain. Although the THC and
CBD levels of Orange Sherbet strain are unknown, this bud is said to have
a moderate THC level and a low CBD level. Orange Sherbet is said to
have a taste of sweet citrus topped with earthy pine and an aroma of
sweet citrus earth with a tropical fruitiness that’s released as the nugs
are broken apart and smoked. Orange Sherbet buds have long spade-
shaped light minty green nugs with lots of thick orange hairs and a
coating of tiny amber crystal trichomes. Orange Sherbet strain
Orange Sherbet Strain Review
Orange Sherbert is a hard-to-find strain coming from the geniuses
at Barneys Farm. She’s an all-American cross of Orange Cream,
Purple Urkle and Cherry Pie — truly a meeting of marijuana’s
greatest genetics. I suspect she’s so rare because once you get
your hands on this strain, no way you’re letting her out of your grip.
She won 2nd place in the Indica Category at the 2020 Spannabis Cup,
so I suspect we’ll be seeing her around a lot more.
Coming from Friendly Farm, Orange Sherbert is a cross of Orange Cream,
to produce this orange candy treat. Buds come in a dense green and purple
hue with stark orange pistils that add to its bag appeal.
Orange Sherbet is a perfectly balanced 1:1 ratio hybrid strain. It is one of
the rarest strains from unknown breeders who crossed Orange Cream,
Purple Urkle, and Cherry Pie.Orange Sherbet strain
Orange Sherbet grows to about 130 cm high and takes about 60-70 days
to flower. This strain is relatively resistant to cold temperatures and diseases
such as powdery mildew and botrytis. Novice growers can ride on cultivating
it, but finding its seeds remains to be a daunting task. If you control all the
growth conditions as expected, you can harvest relatively high yields.
Outdoor growers can get about 7 ounces per plant, while indoor ones
can expect 1.8 ounces per square foot.
This initial scent is followed by a sweet and citrusy aroma comparable to
freshly peeled oranges. Unlike other strains that emit skunky fragrances,
Orange Sherbet has a sweet aroma that can invite everyone to the room
making it a desirable strain for most cultivators.
It is dominated by an orange aesthetic look that is common in orange
candies and orange fruits. Orange Sherbet was rightfully named and
should be the best strain to people who are more veer towards the fruitier type strains.