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Orange tea strain

Smoking on some sweet tea from “Cookies”. Sugary buttery taste with the slightest hint of orange. Very nice. My batch is burning all white ash. Easy to smoke. The high doesn’t jolt you, instead It slowly folds over you like a blanket of thc and is a very zen like calm. It’s extremely pleasing. After smoking a joint of this nothing will bother you. It’s like laying out in the sun sippin on some sweat tea. ✌️ Smoke up

had this in RSO. complete relief when i had the cold with a post nasal drip. i used a decent sized drop on my tongue. 30 minutes later i could breath without a cough and no drip in the back of my throat. slept all night though as well. just a hint of thc to brighten my spirit. really great medication.

had this in RSO. complete relief when i had the cold with a post nasal drip. i used a decent sized drop on my tongue. 30 minutes later i could breath without a cough and no drip in the back of my throat. slept all night though as well. just a hint of thc to brighten my spirit. really great medication.

Sweet Tea is an indica dominant hybrid strain (70% indica/30% sativa) or (65% indica/35% sativa) created through crossing the classic Cali-O X Alcatraz OG X Space Queen strains. Named for its insanely delicious flavor, Sweet Tea will have you begging for more with just one tasty little toke. This…

Sweet Tea

Taste & Smell

  • Fruity
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Focused
  • Creative
  • Happy

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Housework
  • Exercising
  • Exploring Nature
  • Going Out
  • Walking in the City
  • Yard Games
  • Yoga

About this Hybrid Strain

Sweet Tea is a popular style of tea, seen in the United States, where sugar is added to tea, and is usually served cold. Lemon is most commonly added, although peach and raspberry are often used too.

Originally bred by the late great legendary breeder “Subcool” (David Bowman), Sweet Tea was created by first crossing California Orange with Alcatraz OG. Females of this were then crossed with “The Dude,” a highly regarded Space Queen male. The result is a potent and tasty sativa-dominant masterpiece to add to “The Dank” collection. Our particular batch of Sweet Tea came from Cookies, with an impressive 26% THC level!

The Sweet Tea buds are made up of dense and chunky forest and lime-green leaves, scattered with long and wavy orange-pistils. The buds are encased in fuzzy amber-trichomes, lending furry patches of yellow, that compliment the orange beautifully.

Breaking the Sweet Tea buds open releases a bold, cedar aroma, with hints of orange-citrus. Combusting this strain brings out the sugary, candy taste, reminiscent of sweet tea flavored candy.

By the time the first hit is released, users report an instantaneous effect, with the sugary aftertaste triggering colorful memories of sipping some ice-cold sweet tea on a hot summer day. Users say the stimulation of the mind and imagination offers them assistance in staying focused and productive. They report a blissful euphoria that helps to slash stress, and unload the weight of unnecessary worry. This remarkable effect on mood and energy is why some suggest Sweet Tea as a great daytime choice for those suffering from anxiety, chronic-pain, chronic fatigue, depression, PTSD, and ADHD. They describe the numbing body-buzz and enhanced mind-muscle connection aren’t sedating, and may make physical activities and exercise classes more bearable or enjoyable. This tasty and versatile hybrid could be enjoyed anytime, although most users preferred to use it early in the day.

The Sweet Tea flower can be found at dispensaries in the United States, under the Cookies banner. Seeds are also readily available as it is part of Subcool’s, “The Dank” family. Sweet Tea is a tall and lanky plant that will need plenty of space to grow, and is better suited for growing outdoors. It is an average yielder, with about an 8-week flowering period.

Sweet Tea is a popular style of tea, seen in the United States, where sugar is added to tea, and is usually served cold. Lemon is most commonly added, although peach and raspberry are often used too. Originally bred by the late great legendary breeder “Subcool” (David Bowman), Sweet Tea… ]]>