About Orange Cream
Just the name alone will likely make your mouth water, as Orange Cream is a strain that embodies a flavor that most have grown up with. Bred by Exotic Genetix, this plant is an indica-dominant beauty with some potent parents - Orange Valley OG and Cookies and Cream to be exact. Whether you’re hopeful about finding the tastiest strain around or you simply want to get some relief from nagging physical issues, Orange Cream is certainly one to try.
Designed to be tolerable by most users, this strain ranges between 15% and 20% THC, sometimes featuring a bit of measurable CBD in the mix as well. Nugs are quite dense and come in an array of colors including bright green, orange, red, and even hints of purple. If you’re into sweeter buds, Orange Cream will tickle your fancy with an aroma that takes a dank approach to oranges and while she might smell a bit strong, she tastes like sweet, creamy orange candy. For many, this strain acts as an accompaniment to dessert, almost making you feel as if you’re having a nightly treat.
Most users notice that Orange Cream tends to come on heavy and fast, lasting somewhere in the 1.5 to 2 hour range. Initially, you could experience strong physical sensations that seem like tingles or buzzing that are accompanied by a warming feeling. For many, this helps to start the relaxation process and sedation is only intensified by an often hazy mental state. You’ll certainly be happy after toking, as Orange Cream has been known to infuse individuals with feelings of euphoria, but tiredness or hunger may end up taking center stage. Make sure to purchase or prepare snacks ahead of time with this gal - you’ll thank us later.
At this point in time, Orange Cream is no longer listed on the Exotic Genetix website, leading many to believe that seeds of this special strain aren’t ever going to be up for grabs again. If you are one of the lucky ones who have the opportunity to cultivate her at home, most recommend giving her plenty of space. Both indoor and outdoor growth are fine, but plants can tend to get rather bushy and will benefit from topping. After 8 to 9 weeks, you can harvest what is often reported as a heavy yield.
Even if you aren’t a fan of indica-leaning strains, you have to try Orange Cream just to see how she tastes. Ideal for the evenings when you really need to wipe away all worries or address some aches and pains, she’s often touted as a prime medical bud. Those who are recreational users certainly won’t have anything to complain about either, however, as this gal is pretty close to being perfect.