Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The earthy, smooth aroma of this bud sets off the danky, floral and sweet flavor. Long-lasting medicated effect, around 2 hours.
This Sativa-dominant hybrid comes to us from California Orange (mother) and the renowned Blueberry (father) strain. Orange Crush comes in small, dense nugs that are absolutely caked with tri-chromes and long, lush orange pistils. It provides Sativa traits that overshadow the slight Indica effects. A powerful cerebral high gives patients uplifting feelings of happiness, hope and joy.
Easy to clone, Orange Crush is favored by many growers. Amazingly, when cultivated indoors, this strain only requires a 30 Watt light, making the energy bill incredibly low. While it flowers for 7 - 9 weeks, many growers like to harvest at the 7 week mark in order to capture the full flavors and medicated effect. She grows of medium height and the buds can be found in dispensaries for $40 to $50 and eighth.
I think out of all the flavors I have tried, Orange crush is one of my favs because it is stronger in flavor than it is in smell.
This strain is terrible for treating depression. I personally dont have any issues with depression, but when i smoked this weed, it made me depressed. this wasnt a one time thing, i had to smoke about 5 grams before i completely blamed the weed for the wat i felt.
I just harvested this plant, dried well and cured well, super crystaly in the light,the big negative- it smells and tasted like rotten oranges!! it almost made me throwup, the high was decent.. it just made you happy!talkative... the high didnt last as long.... but its good just to make you happy, but the high gets a B and the smell and taste gets a D- :C GROSS TASTE BUT AWSOME HIGH
Wow, what im most impressed with is the taste, and how smooth the smoke is. Even though its dense it put off such large hits that leave a very cranial high, all in all I highly recommend this strain for those in search of a good sativa dominant strain.
its good but dnt last long...i personally like blue dream and gdp.
Orange Crush is a nice wallet friendly strain. I have seen it here for 35. It was a little harsh on the exhale. Bigger buds with thick orange hairs and it was light green in color. I liked it for smoking hash on top.
I found this Orange Crush to be surprisingly good when I got it from a dispensary from Palm Springs; it smelt like oranges, the buds where medium sized but real dense and lots of shiny crystals, and it tasted like orange soda! I also recently tried this strain again from Americannabis in Lake Elsinore and it too also tasted like orange soda, wasn't as much crystals but was also on the shelf a little longer so a lot of hands touched the buds.
The smell is of sweeet ripe Oranges. The taste is the same--very sugary and sweet. The exhale is of orange cognac and leaves a sweet orange oil in the aftertaste that coats your throat. Incredible taste and smell. The smell of the smoke alone is so unique and distinctive. a touch of tropicical oranges.
Euphoria, just euphoria. It didn't smell like much, but when I smoked I believed. I jabbered like a monkey for the first half hour, and was for another hour beyond that seized by a creative drive most uncharacteristic for both myself and the highs conveyed by THC. Some say this strain "really tastes like orange soda", but some are full of shit. It was smooth, didn't leave me with stinky breath, didn't tear my lungs to shreds, and crumbled between the fingers for easy bowl packing. Purchased from Peace in Medicine, Santa Rosa, California.
While I have not gotten around to growing this particular strain, I did sample it by purchasing 1.75 grams from We Are Hemp in San Leandro. If I am not mistaken, this was a Sativa dominant hybrid, with the effects of the Indica portion coming out much later than feeling the active Sativa effects which lasted throughout the day. Luckily I sampled this using the Volcano Vaporizer which I owned at the time. It made that much of a difference instead of using a bong.
Wow, I did not know of strains with reduced need for light and still be able to grow well. This means that fluorescent lighting and CFLs in particular are more attractive as lighting sources for indoor grows. Fluorescents have reduced power need and thus less heat emitted and can be put closer to plants. You can cheaply change CFL bulbs and get different wattage and light spectrum. Here is an example: http://www.littlegreenhouse.com/accessory/lights.shtml
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