Tangie

Strains

Tangie is a Sativa-dominant strain comprising 70% Sativa and 30% Indica. This very famous hybrid was inspired by the Tangerine Dream, a popular weed strain in the 1990s. Tangie resulted from crossing California Orange and Skunk #1, giving rise to one of the potent weed strains from DNA genetics. Its THC content is about 19-22%, with a negligible level of CBD. Tangie is an all-time award winner, winning 10 prizes in just 10 months at the Cannabis Cups.

Tangie marijuana strain is quite a tall plant that produces relatively small-sized buds. The buds are coated with trichomes and dark orange pistils. This strain is rated moderate-to-difficult to grow, according to the experienced cultivators. It flowers in about 63-70 days, producing sicky flowers with green leaves. You can grow it both indoors and outdoors in warm climatic conditions. Tangie can yield between 14-18 ounces per square meter indoors and over 18 ounces outdoors.

The name says it all when referring to its scents. Tangie emits a sweet, citrusy tangerine aroma, believed to have been inherited from Skunk #1. Its flavor also does not disappoint. It is one of the tastiest marijuana strains, characterized by a delicious, tropically sweet, citrus, and tangerine orange mix flavor. You can be lured by its taste into overdosing yourself without knowing it.

After taking one or two hits, Tangie will start conquering your body with an uplifting cerebral high that sparkles creativity and boosts your moods. At this point, you will forget about your woes and start feeling happy with yourself. It is the most recommended strain for daytime use because it improves focus and uplifts your moods, allowing you to do what you enjoy doing the most.

Tangie is very popular among many recreational marijuana smokers, but it also has many medicinal uses. It helps with chronic pain, bipolar disorders, stress, fatigue, depression, ADHD, and many other recurrent conditions.

Positive effects

  • Uplifting
  • Improving focus
  • Boosting energy
  • Sedating
  • Euphoric

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
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