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Sativa Hybrid

G-13 Haze x NYC Diesel

Tangerine Haze Strain

Does your daily toke feel like it needs a blast of vitamin C? Do you enjoy your cannabis how you like your cup of coffee: energizing, potent, and with a strong scent? Tangerine Haze is like a THC shot of espresso - full of flavor and fast-acting potency. Tangerine Haze's distinct orange-like scent bursts as soon as a consumer may open the bag. Reminiscent of the orange creamsicles and freshly-peeled tangerines, the sativa strain combines the power of three parents strains.

- Flavor -

strain flavor Citrus
CITRUS
strain flavor Orange
ORANGE
strain flavor Fruity
FRUITY

- Effects -

strain effect Creative
CREATIVE
strain effect Uplifted
UPLIFTED
strain effect Euphoric
EUPHORIC

Overview of Tangerine Haze


Though only available as a clone, Tangerine Haze is a powerful sativa-leaning hybrid perfect for fueling your day. Tangerine Haze can reach up to 21% THC and 2% CBD. As its name suggests, Tangerine Haze balances the sweet flavors of tangerines and notes of grapefruit. Tangerine Haze provides a bolt of energy and fun, fruity flavor that is ideal for a wake-and-bake strain.


This sativa strain won second place in the High Times Cannabis Cup in 2001, 2003, and 2004 in the "Best Sativa" category.Tangerine Haze packs higher THC content and can reach near 21% THC;CBD has measures around 2%.


Potential Positive Effects of Tangerine Haze


Like freshly squeezed orange juice, Tangerine Haze is best enjoyed in the morning or throughout the day. The strain's stoned fosters a sense of focus that can drive a user to check items off the day's to-do list quickly.


Potential Positive Effects of Tangerine Haze


Occasionally, the strength of the strain can induce paranoia and extreme fatigue. Dry eyes and mouth are also common side effects of this potent sativa hybrid.


Lineage of Tangerine Haze


Tangerine Haze is the product of the cross between G-13 Haze and New York City Diesel, also known as Soma Sour Diesel. It's understood that the clone-only strain was first bred in the Netherlands before it made its way into international cannabis communities.

G-13, the fabled potent strain allegedly first created by the government and the University of Mississippi in the 1960s, often packs a whopping 26% THC. Some of G-13's potency and indica-inspired relaxation was passed along to Tangerine Haze. New York Diesel, produced by Soma Seeds, is bred from a Mexican sativa and Afghani strain.


Growing Tangerine Haze


Tangerine has typically flourished between 9 and 10 weeks of growth and is best grown outdoors due to the sativa genetics. Yield is typically relatively low making this bud difficult to mass produce.


Where to find Tangerine Haze


Since the strain entered the cannabis market, Tangerine Haze cultivated a following throughout Colorado, California, Oregon, Washington, and Canada. The strain is also popular throughout Illinois, and Nevada.




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