Are you a citrus lover that appreciates good cannabis when you see it? If so, Tangerine will be right up your alley. This strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid that’s a four-time backcross of Ch9 Aroma. Creators at Ch9 Female Seeds have done a fine job of keeping this strain’s data a mystery, as not much is known about its exact ratio or common THC levels. Taking a chance on Tangerine, however, will probably pay off handsomely regardless of its numbers.
What has been determined is that Tangerine’s THC level can rise as high as 18%, although an average testing range is not publicized. Users instead focus on this strain’s insane smell and flavor profile, that will make you think you’ve been transported to the citrus groves of Florida. Orange, mango, and pineapple fragrances all blend together for a scent that will make your mouth water, and these same tastes will stick around long after you exhale. Nugs of Tangerine are bright green and boast an intensely thick layer of sandy trichomes.
Tangerine is a great daytime choice for new or experienced users, as you’ll enjoy a plethora of effects that all leave you fully functional. Initially a head high will result in strong feelings of happiness and incredible amounts of energy. While this can sometimes make people feel jittery or experience anxiety, your high will be smooth and enjoyable. As you shift into the indica effects, your body will become more relaxed without any sense of sleepiness.
Boasting a rather high CBD amount of 2%, Tangerine is a medical patient’s dream come true. Since it’s great for any time of day, try using it to relieve stress at the office or as a daily smoke to get through a depressing stretch of life - we all have them. Those with chronic body pain, inflammation, or migraines will appreciate the way that this strain takes the edge off and can make you more functional. Some patients find that the relaxing benefits of its indica side can help them achieve a great night of sleep as well.
Again, limited data makes it tough to give exact recommendations if you’re trying to grow Tangerine at home. What is known, however, is that she will do well either indoors or outside, and with a 7 to 8 week flowering time, there probably isn’t anything overly nuanced to worry about.
Keep some Tangerine handy the next time you want to taste the best bud of your life. It could become your new daily favorite, or you may reserve it for special occasions where you want to have a carefree and energetic day.
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