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I was smoking earlier samples while I was trimming and more than a few times I found myself standing up to
trim instead of sitting cause I had too much energy. Amazing the kind of housework you can get done when
you have a bud that doesn't lock you to the couch. The smell and taste are nothing less than complete orange
overload. After rubbing off my scissor hash, my fingers smelled for hours like I'd been peeling oranges instead
of trimming buds. It was too nice of a smell to wash off so now everything around is sticky too.
This cutting has been around for 20 years, originally from California. Cross-out tests have shown it is *not* a
stabilized hybrid, looks more like the offspring of two unrelateds. Whether the parents were stable is anyone's
guess, but this cut is certainly what "Cali-Orange" is supposed to be. I consider the C/O to be
connoisseur-quality. The orange smell is unmistakable, high is first rate, and potency is good.
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“After years of heartfelt requests for a Northern Lights strain, Sagarmatha has engineered a superior version of
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