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Tangie x Purple Punch

by Symbiotic Genetics

Orangeade by Symbiotic Genetics is a sativa-dominant strain with a trademark orangey taste and smell that delivers a pleasantly relaxing effect.

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Orangeade Strain Genetics

Not very much is known about Orangeade except that it was bred by Symbiotic Seeds as a mix between Tangie and Purple Punch. Of course, this fact in itself should say much about the quality of this strain.

Tangie is a cross between the legendary Skunk #1 and an unknown landrace strain, while Purple Punch has an equally impressive lineage (Larry OG x Granddaddy Purple). Orangeade has a slight sativa edge, with high THC levels.

Orangeade Strain Terpene Profile

As you can easily guess from this strain’s name, the scent and taste of Orangeade are crisp and fresh, like orange-flavoured candy. The smell is characteristically floral and tangy, with a few hints of citrus.

When vaped, Orangeade releases a creamy, orangey taste that makes it an excellent choice for newbies, as well as people who like sweeter cannabis strains. 

Orangeade Strain Effects

The effects of Orangeade are a perfect mixture of euphoria and relaxation. Be prepared for a gentle head high, accompanied by a deep state of relaxation.

this strain will not sedate you, it will increase your appetite,  so be sure to have some healthy/delicious snacks around. The combination of mental alertness and muscle relaxation makes Orangeade a perfect after-work strain.

How to Grow Orangeade Strain

As a sativa-dominant hybrid, Orangeade (available in regular seeds) needs some extra care in its upbringing. That being said, growing indoors might be a better option so that you can control the plant’s environment.

if you live in a climate similar to California’s, you can easily grow Orangeade outside during the spring/summer months.