Orange Kush Cake strain
Orange Kush Cake strain appears to be the ideal cannabis treat, and it is. It’s a three-way cross of Sour Tangie, Rose Zkittles, and OG Eddy Lepp that’s bred with a complex cross of Wedding Cake and Jilly Bean. Despite its complicated genetics, it manages to balance out to a 50/50 hybrid.
The dense bunches of flaming orange pistils, ragged and fluffy, coated in amber-trichomes, are what stick out most about Orange Kush Cake at first glance. Violet streaks run through the curling olive leaves, and the entire buds are covered in fuzzy yellow trichome hairs.
Despite the fact that this strain is considered strong by some, our batch was not, Despite the THC content of 20%, our reviewers found the mental buzz to be modest.
For the most part, the muscles and nerves of the body felt more relaxed, and the main terpene was Beta Myrcene, which is not surprising.
Orange Kush Cake, according to reviewers, is ideal for those who suffer from anxiety or panic attacks, as well as those seeking solid Indica effects without the sluggish, stoney haze associated with other indica-dominant strains.
Cannabinoid data from the lab Cannabinoid Amount Cannabinoid Amount Cannabinoid Amount Cannabinoi
THC content: 20.53 percent
0.04 percent CBD
0.13 percent CBG
0.56 percent CBG-A
Terpene Lab Results
0.770 percent beta myrcene
0.358 percent beta caryophyllene
0.212 percent alpha pinene