California Orange, Cali Orange or Cali OJ, is a hybrid strain known to date back to the early 1980s. While the origins are hazy due to its long history, California Orange has solidified itself as a classic with its intense fruity, orange aroma and bright orange pistils or hairs.
THC levels for this locally grown Cali OJ averages between 15% to 23%. As a 50/50 hybrid, this strain is extremely potent and is associated with a strong heady high. The high of this strain induces users into a focused and clear headed high. Happiness and a deep sense of relaxation are also associated with California Orange, making it very effective for the treatment of depression and for alleviation of stress.
California Orange tends to produce very dense, large flowers. Thisstrainhas quite an exotic look to it due to the meshing of the lush green buds and the fluorescent orange hairs. It is covered in a fair amount of sticky white trichomes.
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California Orange, or Cali Orange, is an iconic hybrid strain that has been around since the early 1980s. Its mysterious origins have made it a classic with its intense fruity, orange aroma and bright orange pistils or hairs. California Orange is a balanced 50/50 hybrid, making it highly potent and associated with a strong heady high that is both focused and clear headed. Happiness and deep relaxation are also common effects of this strain, which makes it a great choice for treating depression and alleviating stress.
The large and dense flowers of California Orange have a very exotic look due to the meshing of lush green buds and fluorescent orange hairs. It is covered in a fair amount of sticky white trichomes, and THC levels of this locally grown Cali OJ average between 15% to 23%.
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Indica vs Sativa
When it comes to selecting the perfect strain for your own needs, it is important to understand the key differences between indica, sativa and hybrid strains. Indica and sativa strains vary in terms of their effects and physical appearance, such as the size and shape of their buds and leaves. Hybrid strains, on the other hand, are created by cross-breeding indica and sativa strains together to create a new strain, and they tend to have a range of effects that differ from those