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Orange Dreamsicle

Taste & Smell

  • Fruity
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Creative
  • Happy

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Housework
  • Exercising
  • Exploring Nature
  • Fishing
  • Knitting
  • Studying
  • Walking in the City

About this Hybrid Strain

Not to be confused with the Orange Creamsicle cannabis strain, Orange Dreamsicle is a flavor-packed and potent Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain. Bred by crossing the genetics of Orange Crush and Juicy Fruit, Orange Dreamsicle strain is a potent and euphoric experience, paying homage to its predecessors, according to many. Consumers describe it to have a pronounced set of Sativa-dominant effects, an ideal daytime profile, and pairing well with activities such as studying, exercising, or tackling any creative tasks due to the uplifting and mood-enhancing high they receive.

Fruity, sweet, and citrusy, Orange Dreamsicle’s scent is reminiscent of its parent strain, Orange Crush. This strain’s flavor however contains more deep citrus, and sweet flavors on the inhale, accompanied by a fruity aftertaste. The tightly packed and coiled, forest green buds are layered in a thick, resinous coat of golden, glandular trichomes. Woven between its the trichomes and spear-shaped, bract leaves, are sparse, burnt orange pistils.

Some consumers say Orange Dreamsicle helps them alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety. Recreational consumers have recommended Orange Dreamsicle because they say it is versatile and has euphoric effects that make it appealing when combined with its savory flavor profile. Dominant terpenes found in Orange Dreamsicle are Beta-Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Beta-Myrcene, while THC content can reach levels of 17%.

Not to be confused with the Orange Creamsicle cannabis strain, Orange Dreamsicle is a flavor-packed and potent Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain. Bred by crossing the genetics of Orange Crush and Juicy Fruit, Orange Dreamsicle strain is a potent and euphoric experience, paying homage to its predecessors,…