Tangieland is a cute strain with a cute name, rare and evenly balanced between Indica and Sativa. The flavor is addictingly delicious despite coming with a pretty sour flavor. This is a strain for those who love citrus flavors, spicy herbs, and the taste of sweet earth. The high is incredible and the soothing effects come not only with mood improvements but also reduced inflammation.
A few hits in, Tangieland becomes a place where you can experience renewed creative energy (and reduced pain). If you have art projects or writing you need to finish, Tangieland can provide a welcome escape from the grind, calm down your stress, and treat chronic conditions. The plant itself has unique arrowhead-like nugs with soft, almost invisible amber trichomes. It was bred by Crockett Family Farms as a cross between Tangie and Candyland, reasonably enough. The result inherits flavors from both sides of the family.
The overwhelming flavor at first is of a soft, sugary candy with the zing of a citrus tang flavor and the scent of pine trees. There’s an overtone of herbal spiciness as well that increases as the nugs are burned, turning into an earthy, outdoorsy haze. That’s when the creative energy kicks in.
You won’t be sinking and sleeping in Tangieland – you’ll be bouncing off your couch and ready to put in the creativity to get your day started. That’s why we recommend trips to Tangieland during the daytime only, time when you can be aware of the tingly relaxation, the pain relief, and the alertness.
The effects most effectively treated with Tangieland include chronic pain, depression, inflammation, spasms, and fatigue. If you find that your work gives you headaches or migraines in the evening, probably accompanied by fatigue, Tangieland can help you. The classic tingling energy of this balanced strain encourages a sense of clear-headed awareness and focus. You’ll feel cerebral and introspective, ready to tackle your day with a more unified self.
The effects of Tangieland are uplifting and the flavors help with that. The candied orange, sweet herbs, and earth flavors would make anyone feel great, even if they aren’t used to intense cannabis strains. Reaching THC levels up to 20%, Tangieland isn’t a record-breaker or a slump either. It’ll get the job done, no matter your experience level. It’s easy to remember Tangieland’s name once you focus on the candy flavors and citrus sweetness. If you use it, you’ll remember the sense of cerebral, creative calm even more.