Orange Herijuana is a moderately potent strain from the Colorado-based Lightshade recreational dispensary. With 15% THC and almost no CBD, this product is appropriate for intermediate consumers. There is more than enough THC to cause intoxication. Remember that it is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. Users report a citrusy, woody flavour.Experience:
Rather than leaning in one direction or another, Orange Herijuana offers a plethora of uplifting and relaxing effects. It is often described as blissfully euphoric and relaxing, but without the laziness and “couchlock.” In fact, it is also known to inspire creativity and energy. Combined with its moderate THC levels, Orange Herijuana is the ultimate intermediate strain.
Orange Herijuana is great for casual social situations or spending time outside, enhancing the environmental experience.
Orange Herijuana is typically consumed during the day.
This strain’s terpene content is as follows:
• Myrcene – A fragrant terpene responsible for giving the product an herb-like scent.
• Caryophyllene – Spicy terpene resembling the taste of black pepper. Effective as an
anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, analgesic, anti-anxiety, cancer inhibitor and even
reduces alcohol cravings in addicts.
Lightshade uses “modern equipment and techniques” in their “state-of-the-art growing facility.” They do not elaborate on whether their plants are organic, or their specific growing methods.
However, the legal cannabis industry in Colorado is bound by strict safety regulations to ensure that all cannabis is safe for consumption and free of harmful contaminants. All legal retailers must have their products thoroughly tested for toxins, pesticides, fungi, microbes and other threats.
• None reportedProduct History:
Available from multiple breeders, Orange Herijuana is an indica-dominant hybrid cross between Orange Creamsicle and Herijuana.Manufacturer:
Established in 2011, Lightshade takes a holistic approach to marketing and categorizing their marijuana products. For easy reference, their strains are split into four categories: Enliven, for uplifting strains; Inspire, for predominantly uplifting hybrids; Calm, for mostly relaxing hybrids; and Rest, for sedative flower.
Lightshade’s dedication to quality, customer service and social responsibility caused it to receive accolades from major sources, like Leafly, Leafbuyer and Business Insider.
Today, the company has a total of eight dispensaries spread across Denver, Aurora and Federal Heights.