Agent Orange strain
Agent Orange strain. Named after the infamous chemical, the agent orange strain of weed luckily is not toxic. In fact, it has been used for its happy and euphoria-inducing high that can bring about a case of the giggles.
It also known as “Agent O,” a sativa-dominant hybrid with a 75:25 sativa/indica ratio. Agent Orange produces an uplifting cerebral high ideal for depression, anxiety, and migraines. Thankfully, the Agent Orange strain is nothing like the tactical-use defoliant war chemical it was named after.
Agent Orange Flavor and Aroma
Agent Orange has such pungent aroma and depth of flavor, it has to be discussed.
Living up to its name, Agent Orange smells just like fresh-cut citrus. It’s so intense that it almost smells like a citrus-based cleaner!
The flavor is still heavy on the notes of citrus. It also has a spicey undertone making the flavor akin to citrus fruits seasoned with cloves.
Aрреаrаnсе of Agent Orange
This strain is an interesting oddity as its large, flat-topped colas can actually turn purple if appropriately dried. This odd detail makes Agent Orange pot extremely noticeable and distinctive, and also makes it a lot easier to pick out of a dispensary display.
The most obvious medical benefit of Agent Orange marijuana is the alleviation of stress. Even its aroma and taste can make you feel better. Also, the high should help if you have anxiety or depression.
Agent Orange is also known for boosting appetite, which may make it a good option for chemotherapy patients.
Also, as it is capable of focusing the mind, it is possible to use Agent Orange weed to treat conditions such as ADHD and ADD.
It’s best suited for those who need an uplifting high and more energy. Those with depression and fatigue are good candidates for using Agent Orange for medicinal purposes.