About Orange Fanta
Quite possibly one of the world’s most tasty sodas, Fanta has a catchy theme song that you’ll likely have stuck in your head for the rest of the day. While some flavors are downright weird, many would argue that orange is one of the best, which is likely why Seattle Chronic Seeds named their cross between Platinum Gelato Chem and Agent Orange with the moniker Orange Fanta.
Little is known about the specifics of this bud, and while she’s indica-dominant by nature, her potency remains a mystery. An educated guess would lead us to believe that her THC levels are moderate, but we can’t make any guarantees. Nugs of Orange Fanta often take on an array of bold colors depending on her growing conditions and are complete with a very thick blanket of white trichomes. While she smells exactly like the beverage she’s named after, this strain offers a bit of a complex taste with notes of gas, chemicals, and slight hints of orange that all work together to keep you coming back for more.
The Orange Fanta high tends to be rather gentle, all things considered, and can be a great way to unwind after the end of a long day. For most, relaxation is the name of the game, and your own personal tolerance will have a large hand in just how your experience plays out. In general, Orange Fanta will likely offer an instant mood boost, and while you’ll be happy as can be, it may not be quite as euphoric as some other strains. Instead, sinking into your couch will probably the highest priority on your mind, and whether you turn to a Netflix marathon or you end up falling asleep will be entirely up to you.
For a strain that doesn’t seem to be available when it comes to home cultivation, there’s a lot of information circulating about how to help Orange Fanta thrive. Breeders note that plants prefer warmer temperatures but can also withstand the cold just fine as they were cultivated in the Pacific Northwest, to begin with. Described as a huge plant that offers up huge yields, this strain flowers in 8 to 10 weeks with a major stretch occurring halfway through. Top her often and feed her well and you’ll be gifted with tons of flower.
Orange Fanta might be a little bit hard to find in your local dispensary and those who live in the greater Seattle area will likely have the most luck tracking her down. If you do have access to her and want a strain that will taste great and calm you both mentally and physically, give her a try.