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Tangerine Strain

Sativa Hybrid Ch9 Aroma X Ch9 Aroma
  • 19.5% THC
  • 0.37% CBD
  • 0.04% CBN
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Tangerine is a 4th generation daughter of the classic Ch9 Aroma. A sativa-dominant hybrid, this a popular strain offers the unique flavor of Tangerine. Tangerine is perfect for any consumer that is looking for an uplifting, creative, and clear-minded effect. This strain is a great flower for going hiking, doing your weekly chores, playing some video-games, or even getting some work done. Tangerine is not the highest testing strain but typically tests around 18-20% THC. Tangerine is often used in edibles and concentrates because of its unique flavor profile and sativa dominant effects.

Overview of Tangerine

Tangerine is a well-known strain of cannabis that is loved by consumers for many different reasons. Tangerine usually tests around 18-20% THC. While it is not the most potent strain, its effects are uplifting and creative without the crash.

With its decently high THC content and unique terpenes, Tangerine quickly became a consumer favorite. Its citrus, orange, and sweet flavors are perfect for concentrate extractions.

Potential Positive Effects of Tangerine

Due to Tangerine's sativa-dominate lineage, its effects are usually described as being happy, uplifting, creative, and relaxing. It is the ideal strain for the on-the-go smoker who needs to keep a clear mind throughout the day!

Potential Negative Effects:

There are some consumers and patients who tend to feel anxious or paranoid when smoking Tangerine. While Tangerine is a great day-time smoke, it may cause certain consumers to stay awake at night.

The Lineage of Tangerine

Tangerine is a sativa-dominant strain that is considered to be the 4th generation of its parent Ch9 Aroma. Tangerine is often used to cross with other sativa strains to cultivate strains like Tangerine Dream and Tangerine Kush.

Growing Tangerine

Tangerine is a decently fast-growing strain that tends to produce average yields. Its flowering phase lasts about 7-9 weeks which is quicker than most strains. Tangerine can be grown both indoor and outdoor and will have the same flowering time either way. Tangerine is a fairly tall plant that produces beautiful buds throughout the plant.

Where to Find Tangerine

Tangerine is a common and popular strain of cannabis. It is mainly found at dispensaries in Colorado, California, Washington, and Nevada. Tangerine is also beginning to pop up in Vancouver, BC. While it is more common to find concentrates extracted from Tangerine, be on the lookout for Tangerine's fire buds at your local marijuana shop!

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