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This breeding project started 8 years ago. It was a long journey with some fail generation and I learned how hard it is to create a stable autoflower strain.
I�created this strain for my girlfriend, she got strong depression. We tested different strains and the orange bud was a good one. In the test I grow some Lowryder2 and AK-47 auto for her and she told me all strains are good but a mix of all would be the best.
Then I started with the first cross Orangebud X Lowryder2 I worked them out to a full autoflower strain over 5 generation and then I crossed in the auto AK-47. The cross was very good my girlfriend got no problems over the day and the sleep was better then before.
The taste is sweet orange and the high is strong but not to hard. The couch lock came a bit later after smoking a joint. For me it’s a good strain with all the features I want. I only produce regular seeds so everyone can make more for himself or use them for new crosses.

Orange Assault

breed by Healing Path Genetics

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Basic / Breeders Info

Orange Assault is an automatic flowering ruderalis/indica/sativa variety from Healing Path Genetics and can be cultivated indoors, outdoors and in the greenhouse where the female, autoflowering plants need ±75 days from the seedling to the harvest. Healing Path Genetics’ Orange Assault is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Healing Path Genetics’ Orange Assault Description

This breeding project started 8 years ago. It was a long journey with some fail generation and I learned how hard it is to create a stable autoflower strain.
I�created this strain for my girlfriend, she got strong depression. We tested different strains and the orange bud was a good one. In the test I grow some Lowryder2 and AK-47 auto for her and she told me all strains are good but a mix of all would be the best.
Then I started with the first cross Orangebud X Lowryder2 I worked them out to a full autoflower strain over 5 generation and then I crossed in the auto AK-47. The cross was very good my girlfriend got no problems over the day and the sleep was better then before.
The taste is sweet orange and the high is strong but not to hard. The couch lock came a bit later after smoking a joint. For me it’s a good strain with all the features I want. I only produce regular seeds so everyone can make more for himself or use them for new crosses.

Medical advice:
I supported some soldiers in my area from different countries. They all told me it is a good strain for PTSD and depression. I for myself use this strain also to therapy my depression.

Today, Helping Nature Heal joins the 2012 Global Citizens’ Alliance for Seed Freedom. The organization Navdanya is founded by Dr. Vandana Shiva, who came to Nova Scotia earlier this year. Vandana Shiva fights for Earth Democracy– a combination of nature and human rights. Seed freedom is at the heart of her work because seed patenting devastates biodiversity and food security.

Seed Freedom

Today, Helping Nature Heal joins the 2012 Global Citizens’ Alliance for Seed Freedom. The organization Navdanya is founded by Dr. Vandana Shiva, who came to Nova Scotia earlier this year. Vandana Shiva fights for Earth Democracy– a combination of nature and human rights. Seed freedom is at the heart of her work because seed patenting devastates biodiversity and food security.

Seed saving is high priority at HNH. It helps us become more sustainable, because it advances us on the path of self-sufficiency and ensures the longevity of the hardy native and heirloom species we use in our plantings. Our staff learns how to save seeds and we have an agreement with many of our clients that allows us to save seeds from their properties. Our biggest contribution to seed freedom may be the Seedy Saturday event that we have organized for the last 6 years. In 2012 we had over a hundred participants. That’s a lot of networking and knowledge-sharing!

If you are interested in learning more about seed saving, we have copies of How to Save Your Own Seeds: A Handbook for Home Seed Production (Seeds of Diversity Canada) in our Nature’s Store. If you are interested in a class on seed saving, why not let our workshop leaders know?

For now, here is Navdanya’s declaration and call to action. I can’t think of an issue that is more important in our world today. Put it on your fridge, talk to your friends and family, join the movement; this is the year to come together globally to protect the source of life and freedom.

To get involved, contact:
Global Movement to Defend Seed Freedom