Orange Velvet is shrouded in mystery, as it’s a delectable strain with unknown origins, but it’s thought to have been created somewhere in the Pacific Northwest. It’s a 50/50 hybrid of Orange Skunk and something unknown that’s fallen so far out of fashion that it’s been labelled as discontinued. Despite it’s relatively high THC level (topping out at an impressive 22%), Orange Velvet, often known as Melvin, is a safe and viable option for newbies.
ABOUT ORANGE VELVET
At first, you will most likely experience a pleasant brain high. After a few tokes, some users report feeling energized, creative, and cheerful. Unless you overdo it, the exhilarating high is unlikely to become uncontrollable. Orange Velvet may make you feel drowsy and tired at the conclusion of the high, depending on the user. The high lasts around three hours for more experienced users, and they never feel fatigued. This strain’s nugs are ideal for both new and seasoned smokers, as they produce a mild euphoric lift that is well-controlled. You’ll feel joyful and relaxed instead of a giggling mess who’s evidently taken too many hits. On Orange Velvet, users report that they may stay engaged in an activity for 2 to 3 hours before the high wears off and they return to normal life. It’s excellent for someone who needs to take the edge off of a headache or unwind after a hectic day at work, as it hits significantly less hard than many other hybrids on the market. Orange Velvet is an excellent anti-anxiety and anti-depression remedy.
The scent of the Orange Velvet strain is unsurprising given it’s name. According to some users, it smells like an orange creamsicle. Aside from the prominent orange aroma, there may be undertones of vanilla, soil, and honey. The Orange Velvet strain tastes just as you would expect after smelling it. Once again, the orange flavour dominates, although there are traces of sourness, particularly on the exhale. This strain also has a wonderfully enjoyable sweet aftertaste.