L'Orange Strain

Oranges & Savour Mints

This Orangy, sour, minty beast is a very illusive strain. The rare sativa hybrid offers a fantastic flavour with an extremely potent energetic high. 

L Orange strain Aroma & Flavours

The L’Orange strain is a great place to start if you’re not too into the weird, wonderful funky strains out there. It is a delicious, citrusy, sweet flavour profile with a complex earthy twist. 

The initial notes that are instantly recognisable to the nose are of orange rind and grapefruit, with a herbal peppery under pinning. 

To taste, the first thing to hit your tongue is orange which is sweet, and floral with a touch of sourness. As the orange notes fade the herbal notes shine through with a minty herbal freshness.

This is an addictive strain that keeps you coming back .

Predominant Terpenes of the OG Kush Strain

  • Limonene
  • Beta-Caryophyllene
  • Beta-Myrcene

Effects - Hybrid

THC 28% – CBD 0%

The L’Orange strain is a sativa leaning hybrid – as you should expect from most bright citrusy terpene profiles, the strain should perk you up and set you up for a wonderful day. 

The recorded experiences with the strain is mixed, which is not unusual for a hybrid. Some users report a powerful euphoria and energy that feels as stimulating as a large cup of coffee. The excess energy is likely to make you feel like moving, exercising or getting to work on mundane tasks. 

Other users have noted an improvement in their moods and a bid reduction in the feelings of depression. 


L’Orange strain Benefits

We’re not particularly sure here as the strain is much more suited to a recreational situation. We’d say we noticed: 
  • Potential to decrease depression
  • Increases energy & motivation
  • Boost in appetite 

(no medical claims here – simply information based on the full THC strain)

We’ve done a little bit of research and asking around, but we can’t seem to learn more about the L’Orange strain than is already recorded online. Which is next to nothing. 

We know for sure that this strain is part of the ‘Orange’ family – which are interestingly indica dominant hybrids. The linage is recorded to come down from OG Kush which may explain the slightly spicy, sour minty notes which burst through towards the end of your exhale. 

We’re sorry to say that we don’t know much more about this strain than that!