Tangie Strain

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About Tangie

70% sativa | 30% indica

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.

Growing Information

Although this strain can be grown both indoors and out, it does especially well outdoors in a warm climate. The flowering period is around 9-10 weeks if growing indoors, and around late September or early October outdoors.

Lineage / Parents

California Orange

Tangie Effects:

  • Happy
  • Hungry
  • Uplifted
  • Creative
  • Focused
  • Euphoric
  • Energetic

Tangie Use:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Pain
  • Appetite

Tangie Flavor:

  • Citrus
  • Sweet

Tangie Side Effects:

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
  • Anxiety
  • Paranoia
  • Headache

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It's about 20.5%.
It's about 0.1%.
It's a sativa strain.
Yes. It's 70% sativa.
California Orange.
Although this strain can be grown both indoors and out, it does especially well outdoors in a warm climate. The flowering period is around 9-10 weeks if growing indoors, and around late September or early October outdoors.
Some strongest effects are being happy, hungry and uplifted.
Some have experienced dry mouth, dry eyes and anxiety.
It's very useful for anxiety, depression and pain.
It has citrus, sweet and flowery flavors.