A fascinating offering from DNA Genetics in Amsterdam, the Tangie strain is a widely popular hybrid in its country of origin and in the U.S. likewise. The plant is a Sativa-dominant cannabis plant with 70% sativa / 30% indica composition. The genetics of Tangie strain are a cross of California Orange and a Skunk #1 hybrid. Tangie Cannabis strain is well known for its terpene profile and its citrus heritage which is most evident in its stimulating tangerine aroma; but you can expect some hints of Skunk smell and flavor due to its ancestry. It has small, compact light green buds and orange hairs, and its nugs are covered by frosty trichromes. The tangerine aroma distinguishes it from other citrusy or fruity strains. The strain’s impressive features make it a prolific award-winning hybrid in cannabis competitions. It has THC levels ranging from 19 to 22% and a CBD level of 0.09%.
The THC profile of Tangie is a little above average so it is advised for seasoned or intermediate medical and recreational cannabis users. Tangie’s effects are best described as clear-headed and uplifting. Users start to notice a boost in creativity and mood several minutes after smoking Tangie. It provides users with a great deal of energy and euphoria.
Medical Benefits of using Tangie strain
Due to Tangie’s balanced nature, it can be used in a wide range of medical applications. Its strong sedative effect is known to alleviate pain, stress, depression, and insomnia. Anecdotal reports have it as an appetite stimulating herb; which can be used to treat eating disorders, digestive problems and nausea.
Classification: 70% Sativa / 35% Indica
Parents: California Orange X Skunk #1
Growing Environment: Outdoor
Gardening Skills: Expert
Flowering: 10 – 12 weeks
THC Range: 19 – 22%