If you are into citrus-flavored marijuana, then Orange Sherbert marijuana strain is sure to appeal to your senses. Finely balanced and flavorful, the hybrid has 50% Indica and 50% Sativa traits that produce a mild, pleasing, sustained high.
|Sativa/Indica %||Indoor Yield||Outdoor Yield||Flowering Period|
|50%/50%||1.8 ounces per square foot||7 ounces per plant||60-70 days indoors, around September/October outdoors|
Orange Sherbert has a THC content of 14%, which makes it well suited to first-timers and seasoned marijuana connoisseurs alike. Gentle yet steady, this hybrid’s high will not send you into orbit instantly. The effects build with your intake, which is what makes this marijuana strain ideal for use any time of the day.
Most hybrids have two parent strains. Orange Sherbert, however, is a product of the combination of three—Orange Cream, Purple Urkle, and Cherry Pie. First, there’s Orange Cream, with its smooth, citrusy smoke and easy high. Purple Urkle has a “happy” high that instills a strong sense of inner peace. The final parent strain, Cherry Pie, has delectable fruity flavors and balanced effects. The Orange Sherbert weed strain borrowed most of these attributes and made it her own.
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|ORIGIN||Orange Cream, Purple Urkle, and Cherry Pie|
|FRAGRANCE||Forest grass, Sweet, citrusy, orange,|
|FLAVORS||Orange, earthy pine|
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||60-70 days|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||around September/October|
|THC CONTENT %||14%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||50%/50%|
|INDOOR YIELD||1.8 ounces per square foot|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||7 ounces per plant|
It takes a few tokes of Orange Sherbert for the cerebral buzz to set in. But once it does, expect to experience a sense of happiness taking over. The accompanying body high has a similar theme. The effects are more focused on physical relaxation and not a couch-locked feeling.
Remember that perfect balance of Indica and Sativa traits we alluded to previously? It is those very same characteristics that make the Orange Sherbert weed strain an ideal option for users trying marijuana for the first time.
While some users reported an uptick in their energy levels, others have felt more alert after toking up on Orange Sherbert. Regardless, both sides agree that this weed is perfect for both day and evening time use. It helps sustain productivity levels so you can go through the demanding duties of daily work like a champ. When used recreationally, the hybrid acts as an effective social lubricant. A few puffs and you feel alert, chatty, and happy. That combination of emotions always makes for some memorable conversations.
The benefits of this top-shelf reefer extend beyond recreational use. As per one Orange Sherbert strain review, the weed proves effective in relieving discomfort caused by body spasms. As the mental pressure and tension get lifted away, a mild state of numbness sets in that relaxes and helps with muscular recovery. Still, others have found this marijuana strain to be extremely useful in the management of anxiety, depression, and migraines.
Open a bag of Orange Sherbert, and you will be hit by a pleasant smell of forest grass. It is then followed by a sweet yet citrusy aroma reminiscent of freshly peeled oranges. Unlike the strong, skunky smell of typical marijuana, this hybrid beauty is a lot more pleasant for your neighbors.
The citrusy scent of Orange Sherbert is always a refreshing smoke that delivers a happy high! While we don’t currently sell Orange Sherbert, you’ll find similar high-quality seeds from our seed bank.
You would think that the dominant flavor would be orange. Surprisingly, the initial taste has more in common with orange candy than the actual fruit. As the smoke twists and twirls around the tongue, it leaves a flavor reminiscent of fresh orange juice mixed with tangerine sherbet. The exhale is smooth with a hint of tropical yet earthy pine flavor.
We haven’t yet come across an Orange Sherbert strain review that has noted any serious health hazards. It is true that certain users, especially those trying this marijuana for the very first time, may experience dryness around the mouth and eyes. But these reactions aren’t limited to this hybrid only. Practically all cannabis strains carry a similar warning, some more so than others.
The best way to cope with cottonmouth is to stay well hydrated during (and after) a smoking session. That should take care of dryness around the eyes too. Keep some soothing eye drops handy in case the itching gets out of hand. And always have some easily accessed food around. There is virtually no record of anyone requiring immediate medical assistance because of overdosing from this marijuana strain. Stick to moderation, and you’ll be just fine.
Orange Sherbet buds have a distinctive mint green color that is contrasted by thin strands of orange hairs. They come densely packed on the plant with long leaves that sprout out after the flowering phase. As harvest time beckons, extra side leaves begin to appear. However, these extra leaves are nothing more than a structural feature. That’s because, by that time, bud production ceases completely, as does the growth of the plant.
Orange Sherbert plants grow anywhere between 43 to 59 inches in both indoor and outdoor conditions. The average yield from indoor environments is 1.8 ounces per square foot, whereas outdoor growers can expect an average yield of 7 ounces per plant. Like most cannabis plants, this strain loves hot, arid conditions. If you live in an area with this type of environment, try growing it outdoors. Don’t get a lot of rain? It’s okay! These plants prefer underwatering. They also love plenty of space away from other vegetation so that they can grow fast and large.
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When growing Orange Sherbet plants indoors, plan to grow them in a place where these beauties can receive sunlight and fresh air in abundance. It’s recommended that you install lamps to provide the same level of heat and brightness at night. After watering, allow for any excess water to evaporate by placing the plants under sunlight (or lamp). This strain responds well to plant training like LST, which opens up the canopy. This way, you can increase yields even further.
The Orange Sherbert marijuana strain is both resilient and vigorous. It does quite well in an indoor growing environment, thanks to its relatively short height. The flowering phase lasts anywhere between 60 to 70 days, depending on the quality of indoor operations.
Outdoor growers can expect a similar flowering phase so long as they have been properly cared for. These plants are generally ready for harvest around September/October.
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FAQ About Orange Sherbert Strain
Orange Sherbert yields 1.8 ounces per square foot indoors and 7 ounces per plant outdoors.
It contains up to 14% THC.
Orange Sherbert was created from a mix between Orange Cream, Purple Urkle, and Cherry Pie.
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