Blue Orca Autoflowering Strain Specifications
Type: Indica Dominant
Genetics Parents: Afghani X Blue Orca
Flowering Period: 8 weeks
Climate: Sunny / Meditteranean
Yield: 400-550g/sq meter indoors / 60-200g/plant outdoors
Flavors: Sweet, Citrus, Sour, Berry
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: Unkown
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Orca Autoflowering Strain?
The Blue Orca Auto cannabis strain does have a high THC content of up around 19 percent, delivering a euphoric high to all users. Over several hours, the cerebral boost will lead to a physical state similar to becoming stoned. Users will enjoy this strain’s flavor profile, which mixes a delightful sweet citrus flavor with such a berry sour that plays underneath the tongue. The higher Indica impact of the blends will cause you to become couch-locked and fall asleep. This strain is common among marijuana users in the evenings and at night because of its effects.
What are the Medical Benefits of Blue Orca Autoflowering Strain?
In general, autoflowering cannabis strains are not suitable for medicinal or recreational use due to the lower yields and THC level. Furthermore, this plant can be used for therapeutic reasons. Blue Orca marijuana’s medicinal value is in the treatment of pain, depression, and exhaustion.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Blue Orca Autoflowering Strain
Considering the effects of marijuana, patients should often expect negative side effects after consuming the strain. The Blue Orca cannabis, like every other weed, has its own set of symptoms, such as swollen eyes and dry mouth. To prevent risks, once cannabis users have experienced its gratification, they should always use this in moderation, based on their body tolerance.
How to Grow Blue Orca Autoflowering Strain
Blue Orca Autoflower Strain is an easy=growing plant, and it prefers to be planted in a sunny and dry climate like Meditteranean. A satisfactory environment is needed for the Blue Orca Auto cannabis seed to grow indoors or in a greenhouse. Once cultivated indoors, its buds can yield 400–550 grams per plant, while if it’s cultivated outdoors, buds will yield 60 to 200 grams per plant. Its production outside isn’t the strongest, but it has the ability to outperform other autoflowering plants. You should expect the production to expand about in 8 weeks just after seeds sprout, independently as to where the crop grows.