Tangie is one of the cannabis strains bred with fan-favorite Tangerine Dream strain in mind. The minds at DNA Genetics revealed Tangie in the mid-1990s, during Tangerine Dream's peak, as a sort of tribute strain crossed with the strain Skunk #1, increase the citrus and funk aromatics. The sativa-leaning hybrid, however, makes a name for itself with its clear-headed and happy high. While the high yields mostly sativa effects, Tangie can effectively soothe minor pains and induce hunger. For recreational consumers, Tangie provides a punchy, energetic high. This strain is ideal for beginners and veteran smokers alike, thanks to its amenable and manageable effects.
MedicalANXIETY DEPRESSION FATIGUE
FlavorCITRUS SKUNKY SWEET
EffectsEUPHORIC ENERGIZED HAPPY
Overview of Tangie
Tangie, though inspired by the legendary Tangerine Dream strain, is a hybrid that stands on its own. This sativa dominant hybrid was bred in the 1990's and has become a sought-after strain from the Dutch seed bank. Genetically, the hybrid breaks down as a 30 percent indica and 70 percent sativa. Tangie is known for its refreshing citrus scent, derived from high levels of limonene, and sticky nugs coated in thick trichomes and bright orange hairs.
The nugs grow in a typical sativa shape and appear conical. Due to its indica genetics, the strain will have some of the earthiness of skunk strains. Tangie herb should demonstrate lighter green tones in compact, tight flower with a noticeably covered resinous layer of frosty trichomes. The aroma is one of sweet orange, deep skunkiness, and a slight woody spice that keeps things interesting.
Potential Positive Effects of Tangie
Due to the strain's strong sativa genetics, Tangie produces an energetic and euphoric high. The strain's strong cerebral properties, including happiness, improved creativity, and focus, are favored among medical and recreational communities. Tangie manages to get the consumer sufficiently stoned without knocking out their awareness or attention. This cannabis strain is ideally suited to boosting workouts, enhancing creative problem solving, and just having a good time.
Potential Negative Effects of Tangie
Tangie isn't well-suited to completely sedentary activities like watching TV or staring at the ceiling. It works best as a creative or cognitive aid and may cause unwanted racing thoughts if you're not intentionally directing your mental energy. The most commonly reported side effects from smoking Tangie are dry, red eyes and dry mouth. Few patients have experienced dizziness, headaches, and anxiety when consuming too much Tangie. Experienced consumers suggest smoking Tangie in the morning or the afternoon.
Potential Medical Effects of Tangie
According to online cannabis resources and industry experts, Tangie's high is a bit of a catch-all for medical ailments. Consumers have utilized Tangie to cure a variety of ailments, including stress, depression, fatigue, pain, headaches, nausea, a lack of appetite, and anxiety. The strain's dual physical and mental relaxation helps patients dealing with a multitude of conditions.
Lineage of Tangie
Tangie first came onto the cannabis scene in the mid-1990s, at the height of Tangerine Dream's popularity. DNA Genetics bred the strain from California Orange and a Skunk strain. The strain was kept under wraps until a breeder named Crockett shared their bounty with the Dutch growers.
Tangie plants take between nine and ten weeks to flower. DNA Genetics recommends growing the strain outside, as it blooms late in the season around early October. The strain grows remarkably tall and will continue to grow well into the fifth week of its flowering period. Tangie plants produce plenty of resinous flowers - with the signature citrus aroma - and can yield up to 550 grams per square meter of plant. DNA Genetics recommends growing the plant in soil for best results.