Aberdeen is a highly regarded phenotype of Agent Orange, one of the most notorious cannabis strains. As a phenotype of this award–winning strain, consumers can expect Aberdeen to be as cut above.
Aberdeen is a largely Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain that had a moderate average THC content, coming in at around 15%. The strain was produced by breeders at Aphria, Inc. to much acclaim. While this may not be impressive, it’s hardly the main selling point of Aberdeen and Agent Orange phenotypes. This strain is all about the citrus and with parents that include Orange Velvet and Jack the Ripper, this strain is a staple for citrus lovers.
As a result of this strains approachable potency and enticing aromas, it’s a crowd favorite that engages with a wide audience. Your first introduction to the strain may catch you by surprise with diesel, mint, and citrus on the nose. The flavors are just as inviting, thanks to tangy orange as the focal point on exhale.
Medicinal users will be pleased to know that this strain won’t leave out stuck to the couch, but rather keep you energizes along with offering relief from several mild conditions, including nausea, migraines, and muscle spasms.
Aberdeen is a relatively easy strain to cultivate, though intermediate growers and beyond will be able to coax the true potential out of this plant. Flowering time ranges between 7 and 9 weeks, after which point, yields can be considerable if plants are topped early on.