Clockwork Orange Strain Review

A Clockwork Orange remains to be one of the most influential films of all time. It is an observation on society as well as a commentary on psychological conditioning and choice. The Stanley Kubrick film is indeed disturbing but though-provoking.

Similarly, the Clockwork Orange strain from Riot Seeds delivers a profound head high before sinking users into a state of physical arousal. With a THC of up to 22%, it can be quite powerful too especially when used beyond individual tolerance.

 

Clockwork Orange Strain Quick Facts
Genetic Lineage G13
Sativa/Indica Ratio 50/50
THC % 15% to 22%
CBD % Up to 1%
Climate Mediterranean climate
Flowering Period 10 to 12 weeks / Late October to mid-November
Average Yield 100 to 200 g/sqm / 200 g/plant

TIP: Looking to buy Clockwork Orange seeds? Visit the Bonza weed seed shop

 

The strain is a rumored offspring between G13 and Black Widow. The former influenced its sturdy Indica structure but also its long flowering period. Meanwhile, its impressive resin and trichome production is believed to be influenced by the latter.

Odor and Flavors

Clockwork Orange has a zesty terpene profile that is heavily reminiscent of a basket of citrus fruits. It is quite pungent too. In fact, opening a bag can easily fill the room with its sweet scent especially when the buds are broken apart. Drawn in, it swarms the mouth with the taste of oranges and lemons. The smoke has a tinge of herbs that leave a spicy aftertaste on the exhale.

Effects

Clockwork Orange is a versatile strain with a well-balanced high that entices both Indica and Sativa lovers alike. Its onset is quick, starting with a tingling sensation that swarms the head. If anything, it is like a rush of euphoria that clears the mind of negativity and distractions. Replacing it is an innate sense of happiness that leaves users feeling upbeat and cheery throughout the day.

The tingling sensation at the onset gradually intensifies after two to three hours. It oozes down from the temples, removing tension and untying knots in the muscles as it ebbs to the rest of the body. In all likelihood, users will want to lounge around the couch for a while.

Clockwork Orange Strain Effects

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While most casual users take advantage of the time to relax, there are many who bask in the uplifting freedom from inhibition. In fact, users sometimes feel turned on from the arousing feelings that the bedroom companion Clockwork Orange entices. For this reason, it is strain best toked when together with a loved one.

Adverse Reactions

Dry eyes and a cottonmouth are two common reactions to smoking marijuana, regardless of the strain. At times, it may also be accompanied by a subtle dizziness. It usually goes away on its own and is often mild. However, if symptoms persist, users may down a few glasses of water throughout the day to manage the dehydration.

Medical Use and Benefits

As a product of medical cannabis breeders Riot Seeds, it should come as no surprise to many that Clockwork Orange has significant therapeutic value. Its cannabinoids, particularly its THC and CBD, provide relief to patients suffering from a myriad of afflictions.

Clockwork Orange Strain Medical Use and Benefits

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Its happy high, for example, has a positive behavioral effect on long-sufferers of mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD. It calms the mind of overwhelming dread while simultaneously uplifting the mood from the day or week’s accumulated frustrations. For this reason, it is also a great stress reliever.

One of the best times to use Clockwork Orange is right before a meal. This is because the same psychoactive compound also stimulates the appetite. For patients dealing with eating disorders like anorexia or cachexia due to illness, the strain is a source of comfort as it allows one to eat heartily and without fuss.

In high levels, THC turns into a natural painkiller that soothes away aches and pains. Its Indica body buzz relaxes the muscles beginning from the temples and envelops users in a sense of tranquility.

 

TIP: Looking to buy Clockwork Orange seeds? Visit the Bonza weed seed shop

 

Growing Clockwork Orange

Clockwork Orange was once only available as a clone. Hence, it was not recommended for beginners as cultivating a cutting usually requires the expertise of a seasoned grower. However, after being released in seed form by Riot Seeds, it has since been a favorite choice among enthusiasts casually getting into growing cannabis at home.

With that said, Clockwork Orange is quite easy to grow. It has a sturdy frame and a compact structure. Although, due to its bushiness, aspiring growers will have to trim the plant often to increase airflow around the lower nodes. This will also significantly improve light distribution among the lower nodes and circulate nutrients to healthier parts of the plant.

Though it can withstand the cold, the plant still has a strong propensity for the warmth of a Mediterranean climate. Basking for long hours under the sunlight, it grows tall, strong, and flowers quite early especially in the south.

Clockwork Orange Strain Growing

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This is not to say that Clockwork Orange will not thrive in the northern hemisphere. Rather, the lack of sunlight might result in a longer blossoming time. With that said, growers can expect at least 200 grams of buds to bloom per plant between the last week of October to the middle of November.

There are many growers who prefer to cultivate Clockwork Orange indoors, where important factors such as lighting, temperature, and humidity can easily be adjusted to meet the needs of the plant. Moreover, it is also easy to create a setup for a particular training method like the Sea of Green which maximizes a small growing space. Flowering normally takes place 8 to 11 weeks after the vegetative phase. During harvest, it yields at least 100 to 200 grams per square meter.

Once mature, the buds develop streaks of orange and yellow that can easily be mistaken for gold. Each is completely covered in a thick coat of sticky trichomes. Hence, it is often a popular choice to use for hash development.

Have you grown or used the Clockwork Orange strain? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.

 

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