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About this Sativa Strain

The sativa Thai-Tanic is a cannabis strain that’s known to produce a delicious chocolatey scent and taste consumers can crave, much more so than the depressing story of the Titanic. Other describe its taste as of honey and mint with piney undertones.

Thai-tanic is the result of crossing genetics from the sativa Thai and hybrid Skunk No. 1.

THC levels average at around 15%. Its high is known to fog the mind into a state of euphoria, enhancing senses and inducing creativity. Focus improves in some consumers, making this strain a great choice for use throughout the day so long as tolerance levels are known. Some have described this strain’s high as being “stoney” or “dreamy” as well. Thai-Tanic has been used to help women with cramps and can help anyone with appetite or stomach problems.

Negative side-effects include anxiousness, paranoia or dizziness along with dry mouth and eyes when higher doses are consumed improperly.

It takes between eight and ten weeks for Thai-Tanic to fully flower.

Genetic Lineage

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Sativa Thai-Tanic
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Sativa Thai
Thai Origin

Frequently Asked Questions About Thai-Tanic

What is Thai-tanic?

Thai-tanic is a cannabis strain known for the energetic and uplifting experience it provides.

Where does Thai-tanic come from?

Thai-tanic is a cross of the landrace strain Thai and Skunk #1.

What does Thai-tanic smell like?

The aroma of Thai-tanic is typically described as a combination of earthiness, sweetness, and chocolate.

What does Thai-tanic taste like?

The flavor of Thai-tanic is often described as a combination of earthiness, chocolate, berry, spice and wood.

What color does Thai-tanic have?

Thai-tanic buds come in shades of forest-green, sometimes with hints of orange. The buds are medium to large, have reddish pistils and a fine layer of white trichomes.

What effects does Thai-tanic have?

Thai-tanic is known for its energetic and uplifting effects. Users often experience enhanced focus and creativity.

Is Thai-tanic an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Thai-tanic is typically considered a sativa-dominant strain.