Orange Bud Strain: History, Taste and Effects of “Old School” Weed!
Welcome everyone to this new chapter of our blog about the history, taste and effects of the famous Oldschool Dutch Cannabis variety: the legendary Orange Bud! After having seen the History, Taste and Effects of White Widow, get ready for this new article by Annibale Seedsshop on another cornerstone of the world Marijuana scene!
Introduction of the Cannabis variety Orange Bud Weed Strain
Orange Bud is a cannabis strain renowned for its unique appearance, distinctive terpene profile, and powerful effects. This article will explore what Orange Bud is, why it’s so popular, where it was created, and who invented it.
We will also tell the story of this variety, its taste, its smell, its composition of terpenes, the effects it offers and the relationship between THC and CBD. We will also discuss the most common seed banks that have released the Orange Bud seeds and conclude with the legal and illegal market prices (seeds and buds).
What is Orange Bud and why is it so popular
Orange Bud is a predominantly indica cannabis strain distinguished by its dense buds covered in a fuzz of orange pistils. Its popularity comes from the combination of desirable characteristics: a high potency, a unique flavor profile and a balanced effect.
Cannabis aficionados appreciate the Orange for her ability to deliver a pleasant relaxing experience and an explosion of fruity flavours.
Origin and Invention of Orange Bud Marijuana Strain
The Orange was created in the Netherlands, one of the centers of excellence in cannabis cultivation. It was developed during the 1980s by the famous Dutch grower Dutch Passion Seeds.
Dutch Passion developed this strain by hybridizing an Original Skunk with a selected strain of Orange Skunk. The result was a cross that gave rise to this epic weed strain, with its unique characteristics and distinctive flavor profile.
History of Orange Bud Cannabis Strain
The history of this cannabis strain dates back to the 1980s when Dutch Passion Seeds started experimenting with crosses between Skunk strains and selected strains. The goal was to create a strain with high potency and an intense fruity aroma. After many attempts, Dutch Passion have managed to stabilize the Orange, resulting in a high quality, uniform variety.
Taste, Smell and Composition of Orange Bud Terpenes
The fantastic Orange is distinguished by its sweet and citrusy taste, which is fully reminiscent of the taste of ripe oranges. This variety offers an explosion of fruity and sweet flavors that delight the palate of cannabis enthusiasts. As for the smell, Orange Bud exudes an intense and unmistakable aroma of citrus, with notes of orange and lemon permeating the air.
The terpene composition of this strain contributes to its distinctive flavor profile. Predominant terpenes include limonene, which imparts the citrus aroma, and myrcene, which contributes to the sweet and relaxing profile.
Orange Bud Effects and Recommended Uses
Orange Bud offers a balanced effect, combining a relaxing experience with a slight mental stimulation. This strain is often praised for its relaxing power, which can help reduce stress and promote relaxation after a long day. At the same time, Orange can provide a slight boost of energy and creativity, making it suitable for daytime use as well.
The ratio of THC to CBD varies by lot and by specific crop, but usually has a THC content of between 15% and 20%, with little or no CBD present.
Major seed banks selling Orange Bud seeds
Orange has become so popular that many cannabis seed banks have included this variety in their catalogue. Dutch Passion Seeds, the company that created this strain, is one of the best known seedbanks offering seeds of this strain. Other reputable seedbanks that have released seeds of this strain include Sensi Seeds, Barney’s Farm and Royal Queen Seeds.
Legal and Illegal Market Orange Bud Prices
Market prices for Orange Bud seeds can vary depending on the producer and quantity of seeds purchased. In general, prices can fluctuate between 6 and 25 euros for a single seed.
As for the price of buds, both in the legal and illegal market, it depends on various factors, including quality, geographical region and availability. In general, in a legal market, the price per gram can vary from 7 to 12 euros, while in the illegal market the price can be higher, due to its popularity and demand.
And that’s all for this article on the legendary Orange Bud, I hope we have been of help to you, see you in the next article!
Greetings from the Annibale Seedshop Team!
Davide V, CEO, Founder & Geneticist