There are few adverse effects, though dry mouth is possible. Agent Orange, despite its name and the massive military mistake associated with it, is popular across the United States, but especially in Michigan and the Pacific Northwest. With THC levels up to 25%, it definitely one of the most potent strains around; it’s a very effective medication for many people. Agent Orange is a fun choice for everyday living that medicates without overpowering.
Agent Orange is a Sativa-dominant hybrid known for its orange, spicy taste that delivers a potent cocktail of Sativa effects. New users should be aware that the cerebral effects of this strain have been called “almost trippy”. A strong sense of euphoria, which raises the user’s mood and produces a strong fuzzy disconnect from reality, is typical.
The happy feeling users experience on this strain may be accompanied by a mild body-numbing effect. Users should be prepared for a strong attack of the munchies although snacks do not need to be on-hand because of the energy Agent Orange generates. This is a great strain for getting out and getting things done as the “trippy-ness” wears off in approximately 1 – 2 hours after its onset. As with most Sativa strains, common negative side effects include cotton mouth, dry eyes, anxiety, paranoia and headache.
This strain is great for daytime or morning use. Agent Orange is often used by people seeking refuge from stress, anxiety and depression. While it is not recommended for anything beyond minor aches and pains, Agent Orange has been helpful to patients managing minor infrequent pain. It has also been useful to patients living with chronic migraines and fatigue.