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Tahoe Hydro Champagne

Typical effects include Happy

Typical Effects

Happy
Happy
Relaxed
Relaxed
Hungry
Hungry

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
Women's Health
Women's Health
Pain
Pain

About Tahoe Hydro Champagne

Some of the best treats in life tend to be pretty rare and the breeders at Tahoe Hydroponic Company probably banked on that logic. They’ve created a phenotype of Jesus OG that brings sativa-dominant effects in a beautifully delicious package. Tahoe Hydro Champagne doesn’t offer much in the way of details, but she sure makes up for that with an awesome high.


Many users report the effects of Tahoe Hydro Champagne to be rather strong, leading the market to believe that her THC levels are pretty high - although no one knows for sure. Nugs take on a unique look with neon and mint colored patches, vibrant orange pistils, and lightly colored trichomes. The flavor explosion this strain brings is nothing short of magical, with cheese, flowers, and fruit all lingering with a bit of a chemical undertone.


You’ll instantly feel this strain kick in as warm and tingling waves cascade over your body. Users find that their mental state is not only lifted to a place of pure happiness but they also have the ability to be more focused and social. A nice mixture of relaxation and energy will grab you and keep you close until a lazy and dreamy comedown begins to kick in. Prepare some snacks ahead of time, because Tahoe Hydro Champagne tends to spark the munchies.


Above all else, the effects of this strain lead toward one of complete relaxation on a mental and physical level, making it great for users who suffer from depression and stress. Physical ailments are soothed as well, so for the occasional headache or monthly dose of cramps, you can count on Tahoe Hydro Champagne to come to the rescue. Individuals with more pressing medical needs that often lead to a lack of appetite can also rely on this strain to help them eat regularly.


While everything about this strain sounds perfect, there’s always a catch. As far as anyone can tell, Tahoe Hydro Champagne is not available to grow at home. The company itself doesn’t even list this strain on their website, and growing information is completely non-existent. We did say it’s rare, remember? Should you happen to come across this plant outside of a dispensary, use care in your cultivation methods.


For cannabis lovers who are lucky enough to find Tahoe Hydro Champagne on their local dispensary’s shelves, it’s a bud that you have to try at least once. The flavors and aromas alone will make you feel as if you’re on a wine country getaway, imparting a deep sense of happiness to your mind and body. Share some with friends and get ready to engage in some meaningful conversation that’s freckled with bouts of uncontrolled laughter.



Common Usage

Depressed10/10

Women's Health2/10

Pain8/10

A Loss of Appetite6/10

Migraines4/10

Typical Effects

Happy6/10

Relaxed4/10

Hungry2/10

Euphoric8/10

THC Content

Highest Test0%

Strain Average0%

Sativa Average13.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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