Orange Cake Auto Cannabis Strain Specifications
Type: 55% Indica 40% Sativa 5% Ruderalis
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 8-10 weeks
Climate: Temperate, Sunny, Mediterranean, Continental
Flavors: Sweet, Sour, Orange, Candy, Earthy
THC Level: 17.5%
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Orange Cake Auto Cannabis Strain?
The Orange Cake Auto induces a cerebral, creative high, and a relaxing body sensation after smoking this sweet candy yet sour orange citrus flavor with hints of earthy undertones on the exhale. Consumers will feel motivated and focused to go about their day before a calming relaxation fills the whole body.
What are the Medical Benefits of Orange Cake Auto Cannabis Strain?
Because of the 17.5% THC level, Orange Cake is usually used to treat patients suffering from depression, mood swings, PTSD, and other mood disorders. It can also help induce concentration and focus in patients with ADD or ADHD. Moreover, this strain can also help alleviate mind and body pains such as chronic pain, glaucoma, arthritis, migraine, muscle spasm, fatigue, stress, and even insomnia.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Orange Cake Auto Cannabis Strain
Smoking the Orange Cake Auto strain can lead to dry eyes and a dry mouth after a good smoke session. When smoked in excess, this strain can lead to blackouts, anxiety attacks, paranoia, and dizziness. Drinking enough water, as well as responsible consumption of the strain, will prevent these negative effects.
How to Grow Orange Cake Auto Cannabis Strain
In just 9-10 weeks, the Orange Cake Auto strain grows into a medium-sized herb with long, green, pepper-shaped nugs and orange calyxes that are wrapped in purple-hued crystal resin. The plants are capable of yielding a medium-sized yield in any setting.
Growing indoors, these plants thrive best when placed in a location where the light source, temperature, and humidity levels are well-controlled. Use the Sea of Green technique to improve the production of the buds. Growing outdoors, these plants thrive better in a warm, dry location with good access to sunlight. Pruning and topping may be required to manage the growth of the plants.