The Orange Sherbet strain is loaded with beneficial properties and excitement. This strain is great for those that suffer from anxiety. It is also a great strain for those seeking a light high that will not leave the user couch-locked. The origins of the Orange Sherbet strain instantly catch a consumer’s attention who will want to learn more The rarity of this marijuana strain makes it a highly sought after and desired strain.
The actual history of the Orange Sherbet strain remains unknown. This makes it one of the hardest strains to find. The most educated guesses regarding the family tree of Orange Sherbet is Sunset Sherbet and one of the orange strains.
What we know about Orange Sherbet:
- It’s an Indica dominant hybrid
- Bred by Mr. Sherbinski
- The family tree includes Durban Poison, OG Kush, and Cherry Pie
With a background that features some of the most popular strains, we can only assume that the Orange Sherbet strain would be a high-quality, flavorful bud.
To help those on the hunt for the Orange Sherbet strain, smokers have reportedly found it in:
- Sunset District, CA
- Decatur, GA
- Valdosta, GA
The strongest flavor is an orange, but according to reviews, it’s not similar to a citrus orange. The taste is more similar to artificial orange candy. After the initial orange wave, the taste is described as a tropical earthy pine flavor. Followed by that is a smooth exhale that sits well on the palate.
The aroma is a sweet, citrus. These types of strains are considered “neighbor friendly” because they don’t leave a strong skunky smell that is typically related to smoking marijuana.
There are a few features and observations made about the Orange Sherbet, including:
- Feelings of complete bliss throughout the entire high
- Aromatic buds
- Visually appealing
- Orange, citrus, and earthy pine flavor
- Good body high
Effects of the Orange Sherbet Strain
Some say that the Orange Sherbet strain is a pretty well-balanced hybrid at 50% Sativa and 50% Indica. Others say that it’s leaning more toward an Indica dominant. Everyone agrees that it gives you a nice body buzz and that you can still function without getting glued to the couch or overly tired.
Some users have complained that this strain gives them headaches every time they smoked it. So we suggest that if you suffer from migraines or chronic headaches you should avoid this strain.
Consumption of Orange Sherbet
The best moment during a smoking session with the Orange Sherbet strain is no doubt the feeling of calm that washes over you. Orange Sherbet was created to provide a smooth smoking experience from start to finish. This strain isn’t harsh and won’t result in a painful coughing fit.
For those not interested in smoking anything, StrainSanity suggests using Orange Sherbet in an edible form. The sweetness of this strain goes great with a variety of foods and beverages. This includes soda and candy. Keep in mind that it takes about an hour or two to feel the effects when you eat edible marijuana. So you will need to allow enough time in between doses to feel anything before eating more.
Since this is a relatively low CBD and THC strain, it’s not the best option to use in topical products like oils and lotions.
Medical and Recreational Uses
What we love about the Orange Sherbet strain is how useful it is. It can be used in the day or night because it won’t knock you out, but it won’t keep you awake. You’ll experience an increase in your mood and a body buzz that isn’t over the top.
Orange Sherbet is also great for medical purposes. It is especially helpful to those suffering from mental illness because of its lower THC content and the CBD it contains.
The medical uses for the Orange Sherbet strain will vary from person to person because of its lower CBD and THC percentages. However, we did find that most people have found success using this strain for:
- Chronic Pain
Those that suffer from anxiety can use this strain without giving much caution to dosage. Strains that have low or average CBD and THC levels. Because of the lower levels, there is less concern about paranoia, fear, anxiety. Users will not have to fear the accidental overconsumption of this strain.
While we realize this strain is rare, there still have been no reports of it putting users into a dark headspace common from using too much. Those who find it hard to turn their brains off at work, while trying to sleep, or listening to others will find that Orange Sherbet is similar to taking a chill pill.
In terms of helping to ease physical pain, you would be better off tracking down another strain that is higher in THC and/or CBD.
Recreational Use of Orange Sherbet
If you are a new smoker to the world of cannabis, and you can manage to get your hands on some Orange Sherbet, we strongly suggest that you to try it. The nice high puts users in a peaceful but light headspace that allows you to still function, but more giggly.
A couple of hits of this strain is comparable to having a couple of drinks. You will feel a release of tension and a positive change in your mood. Since the psychedelic effects are minimal, you can let your anxiety in a public setting go.
Another cool thing we discovered about the Orange Sherbet strain is that it pairs pretty well with alcohol. When people mix marijuana and alcohol it can cause an upset stomach or increase alcohol or marijuana high to uncomfortable levels. It has been reported by smokers that they do not feel these negative effects when mixing this strain with alcohol.
Orange Sherbet flowers have mint green buds with orange hairs. These buds are densely packed, with long leaves sprouting out after about 60-70 days. Another neat thing we learned about this strain is it has extra side leaves that grow close to harvest. The extra leaves are purely structural because no buds are produced and the additional leaves offer no benefits to the plant.