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About this Hybrid Strain
The hybrid cannabis strain Tangie has enticing little buds which produce a delightful aroma that reminds you of tangerines, which is exactly why it received its name. The flavor is quite similar, with a slight earthy undertone on the exhale. These dense and sticky buds are typically various shades of dark green with contrasting orange pistils and clusters of trichomes. We know that one of Tangie’s parent strains is the hybrid California Orange, but we’re uncertain of the other parent that is part of the hybrid Skunk family. The first cultivators of Tangie were DNA Genetics in Amsterdam.
THC levels of Tangie normally range around 22%, so be careful with this strain if you’re a novice in the cannabis scene. Warnings aside, these buds can induce a heavy appetite, so get ready to eat a meal or have some snacks handy when consuming this strain. Once the munchies have been taken care of, consumers report you may notice a boost in creative thoughts, an increase in focus, and a better all-around mood. Listening to music or creating and viewing art is suggested when giving Tangie a try, but it’s also good for relaxing to do some introspective thinking. Unfortunately users say Tangie can cause dry mouth and eyes, so be sure and have eye drops and a hydrating drink nearby. Cultivators say Tangie is best grown outdoors and thrives in full sun and higher temperatures. The dominant terpenes found in this popular strain are Beta Caryophyllene, Alpha Pinene, Alpha Humulene, and Limonene.
Frequently Asked Questions About Tangie
- What is Tangie?
Tangie is a sativa-dominant hybrid that packs a high level of THC
- Where does Tangie come from?
Tangie is a cross of California Orange and uncertain parent but believed to be a member of the skunk family.
- What does Tangie smell like?
Tangie has an enticing aroma that has been compared to tangerines. It has vibrant citrus notes that pair with a slight sour skunk aroma.
- What does Tangie taste like?
Tangie is a delicious strain to taste. On the front-end it has a smooth and sweet citrus flavor and leaves you with an aftertaste that pleasantly earthy
- What color does Tangie have?
Tangie varies in color but a good cultivation of this specimen will produce golf course green buds. There can be purple highlights but there should always be a healthy population of red pistils and a heavy coating of amber trichromes which will make it appear dusty.
- What effects does Tangie have?
Consumers of Tangie have said that the first effects they feel is a tingling in their face and body which is followed by a wave of upliftment and bliss in their mood. People notice they feel more productive and ready to tackle any obstacle they might have in front of them. Users do warn that their eyes get very dry and their appetite increases so be prepared with eye drops and food if you decide to partake in this wonderful strain.
- Is Tangie an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Tangie is a sativa-dominant hybrid