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Dispensary Reviews Vancouver BC Canada

Israeli Orange

CA$12.00

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Quick Overview

Hailing from Israel, this was originally created for medical usage. Its bright orange hairs lend it its name and the effects are great for dealing with pain, nausea and migraines. Israeli Orange has a very distinctive flavor—a combo of citrus and rocket fuel.
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Details

Israeli Orange is an indica dominant strain developed in Israel by the largest medical marijuana company, Tikun Olam. A very pungent unique odour like pineapple grapefruit rocket fuel. Hard lime green clusters with a high density of  bright orange hairs.

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Added to my favorites list Review by Clarence
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Beautiful Bud with awesome aroma. Smooth smoke and oh so tasty. Took my mind off of my pain. (Posted on 3/19/2017)
Favourite Review by Keisha
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Would love to have this on hand all the time! Great all around relaxation with mild euphoria, great for maintaining / obtaining mental calm and happiness. Taste - wow. Sweet orange citrus with mild pine, absolutely delicious:) (Posted on 2/5/2017)
Nice cerebral high Review by Zengirl
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Nice taste, great sense of calm. Great for anxiety. (Posted on 1/28/2017)
Liked it! Review by higuyexpress23
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This flower has great taste and a wonderful feeling of calmness and serenity takes over after consumption! Definitely recommended for those who not only value the medicinal effects of cannabis but also the taste! (Posted on 1/2/2017)
heavy hitter Review by b
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Strong high, hairs look nice and orange. (Posted on 12/15/2016)

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