California Orange was bred with Mimosa to produce Orange Cake Auto marijuana, an indica-dominant hybrid strain. The symptoms of this strain are heady and hazy, leaving the user in a state of bliss. Orange Cake, as the name implies, has a citrus-based flavor profile that is tart and tangy. This strain is common among medical marijuana patients who want to alleviate anxiety, depression, and pain symptoms. According to growers, the Orange Cake strain has tall, fluffy buds with yellow and green leaves contrasted by bright orange hairs.
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Type: Indica (55%)
Genetics Parents: California Orange x Mimosa
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 weeks
Flavors: Citrus, Orange, Sweet, and Candy
THC Level: 17.5%
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: Mid October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
Orange Cake is a sativa enthusiast’s dream bud if they’re hunting for a high-powered grin. This strain’s flavor is sweet and sour citrusy candy, with a slightly nutty exhale that reminds you of a fresh slice of orange cake. The smell is similar, with a strong hint of gassiness that becomes more pungent and powerful as the nugs burn. The Orange Cake high is vibrant and energizing, with an energizing overtone that gives you a sense of mission and motivation.
You’ll experience a slight rush of energy as the Orange Cake high wears off. If there was some mental fog, it quickly disappears, and inspiration and concentration take place. The majority of the results are felt in the body rather than in mind, leaving you feeling euphoric while remaining calm.
However, Orange Cake’s medicinal properties aren’t limited to improving the mood and reducing stress. Many people find that this strain is also a good pain reliever, as the enthusiastic and analgesic high helps them forget about their aches and pains. Seasoned patients suffering from depression or mood changes, persistent stress, eye strain or glaucoma, extreme fatigue, and ADHD are also said to benefit from this orange cake marijuana.
With this strain, it’s essential to stay hydrated. Cottonmouth is said to be caused by Orange Cake weed by several people. Users should take the required precautions before, during, and after eating this strain, such as staying hydrated. There’s even an issue with dry eyes as a side effect when using this weed strain.
Orange Cake can cause anxiety, paranoia, and dizziness in some people. This strain is most likely triggered by ingesting too much of it, which is simple to do considering how powerful it is in terms of THC content. To avoid this side effect, proceed with caution and take smaller doses.
Seeds of the Orange Cake Autoflower strain are still challenging to come by, but if you do, make sure you feed and care for them properly. Since this strain is still new, little information about its predicted yields is available. However, if one were to have access to it and successfully clone it, the best environment for growing it would be indoors. Not only can flowering time be shortened by using hydroponics in a controlled environment, but combining it with the Sea of Green (SOG) technique should improve growth and yield.