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About this Hybrid Strain
A superbly balanced bud, it benefits from inheriting the very best traits from Agent Orange and Tangie. While being sativa-dominant, this strain offers a slightly more chilled out, indica-esque effect than you might expect. One of Agent Tangie’s main features are the beautifully sparkling buds which are glistening as if they with dusted in sugar crystals which results in such a shimmering layer of trichomes. This glimmering effect furthermore gives the illusion of the buds being ever so delicately rolled in some pleasant type of sweetener, making them magnetically attractive.
Agent Tangie offers the experience of a freshly sliced fruit salad. The aroma and flavor of this strain are completely busting with fruit punch. The fresh and tangy accent of mixed fruit is a testament to the fine breeding of parent strains Cisco and Tangie. Whatever you do, save this bud for when the game gets into extra innings.
Agent Tangie is technically a sativa dominant hybrid that effects mostly the mind but also the body. It is a great strain for inspiring moments of creativity and there is never a dull moment when medicating with Agent Tangie. As previously mentioned, the Agent Tangie marijuana strain would be a great choice for anyone feeling depressed or battling fatigue. It is not recommended as a form of pain relief but Agent Tangie is often used for light pain relief and keeping your hunger alive. For this reason it might be good to stash some food near by since Agent Tangie also can give you a ‘ravenous munchy’ appetite. Also note, this is one nice strain for ‘brightening up your day’. Think of it as the ‘happy’ strain.
Growing Tangie is fairly standard for most sativa-hybrids, though it can reach tall heights; therefore topping is a good technique if space is an issue. It can thrive both indoors and outdoors, where it can stretch out and receive plenty of light. When grown indoors the strain will take an average of 9-10 weeks, giving you about 14 ounces per square meter. Outdoors, if grown in the right climates, you can expect a whopping 35 ounces per plant. The strain has a terpene profile rich in myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene making the strain very much fruity with a citrus kick followed by spicy undertones; this leads to a very uplifting and cerebral high.
The offspring of Agent Orange and High Times Cannabis Cup winner Tangie, Agent Tangie fuses the
citrusy floral aspects of its parent strains.
Frequently Asked Questions About Agent Tangie
- What is Agent Tangie?
Agent Tangie is a Sativa dominant hybrid enjoyed for its tasty terpene profile.
- Where does Agent Tangie come from?
Agent Tangie was bred by crossing Agent Orange and Tangie.
- What does Agent Tangie smell like?
Breaking apart the buds of Agent Tangie releases a sweet and fruity scent.
- What does Agent Tangie taste like?
The flavor of Agent Tangie is fruity, mimicking a fruit salad.
- What colors does Agent Tangie have?
The green buds of Agent Tangie are saturated with a snowy layer of white trichomes and amber pistils.
- What effects does Agent Tangie have?
Users have reported the effects of Agent Tangie to provide a stimulating and euphoric high.
- Is Agent Tangie an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Agent Tangie is a Sativa dominant hybrid cannabis strain.