Marijuana Tangie Strain Review
|Strain name info:||Tangie Marijuana Strain
Our Overall Rating: 4.8 / Best known for: Orange taste
|Origin / ancestry||Tangie Type: Tangie is a hybrid of the following strains:
Tangie has won many competitions and had a legendary run of 10 wins in one year. Tangie marijuana is most popular on the West Coast of the United States, including states like California, Colorado, and Arizona.
|Aromas, Flavors||Tangie is famous for its citrus taste and smell. It has been described as having the taste of an orange, as the citrusy strain California Orange is one of its parents. It is also sweet and sour, and tropical-tasting.|
|May Relieve||Tangie is a strong Sativa with an Indica component. Its stimulating nature helps to improve conditions like depression, ADD, ADHD, nausea, and lack of appetite. It can also help with mild occurrences of pain. It is commonly used for everyday chronic stress.|
19% to 22%,
|Indoor/Outdoor Yield||Cultivators who grow the plant indoors can expect a yield of 18 ounces per meter squared of healthy Tangie weed. Those who grow outdoors can expect 18 ounces per plant of citrusy weed.|
|Flowering time||Tangie strain marijuana will take 9 to 10 weeks to flower and be ready for a fruitful harvest.|
|Harvest||Harvest will take place in the later days of September or will happen early in the month of October.|
|Disease resistance||Tangie marijuana is resistant to molds, mites, and pests of all kinds.|
|Plant Height||Tangie weed plants grow to a medium height of around 50 inches.|
|Adverse effects||Tangie marijuana has few side effects when taken as ordered by a medical professional. The most widely experienced side effect is the anticholinergic effect of dry mouth and sometimes dry eyes. Rarely susceptible persons can experience panic attacks or paranoia.|
|Growing difficulty||Getting Tangie plants to grow healthy and bountiful will require a moderate amount of skill.|
Origins, Genetics, History
Tangie is a hybrid of the following strains:
- California Orange
- Skunk #1
Tangie tastes like a sweet, ripe, juicy orange and has a hit of as much as 22 percent THC. This potent combination garnered the strain a run of ten Cannabis Cups in just one year’s time.
Tangie’s parent strain, California Orange, as legend has it, originated in, you guessed it, California, perhaps in the 70s. However, it had to matriculate to Amsterdam to survive Reagan’s disastrous War on Drugs of the 80s. So, it became an expatriate strain, yet took off on the West Coast when it returned.
Skunk #1 provides the Indica component to many offspring, including the slight Indica genetics of Tangie. Tangie, the name, is a tribute to the Tangerine Dream strain, highlighting the sweet and sour tastes of the strains.
Appearance and Smell
The Tangie plant shoots up to a medium height. The dried, prepared nuggets have an unforgettable pungency. The smell of sweet, sour, orange, and citrus with green pine is overwhelming. The taste is intense. It fills the airways with citrus tastes that clears the sinuses. The leaves are a medium green color, covered in orange pistils, and blanketed with white, hairy trichomes which hold a potent dose of THC and other therapeutic compounds.
How to Grow Tangie Cannabis Seeds or Cuttings
Growing weed from Tangie cannabis seeds and cuttings is of a moderate level of complexity. Tangie needs lots of sunlight to bring out all of its wonderful qualities. The screen or green method, along with topping the plant to induce branching are recommended for this plant. A good fertilizer like Flower Power and soil are recommended rather than hydroponics.
Tangie can be grown fine indoors. It will need plenty of light and controlled, balanced humidity levels. It should be grown using soil and fertilizer. Flowering will take about nine to ten weeks. A yield of 18 ounces per meter squared of sweet, orange-flavored weed will be the grower’s reward.
Tangie grows best outdoors. The strong citrusy smell can attract unwanted attention so be cognizant of where the plant is grown. Be sure to find an area with rich soil and plenty of sunlight. Harvest will be in late September to early October and you can expect 18 ounces of a prime-time citrusy green per plant.
Medicinal Marijuana Review
Tangie has THC levels up to 22% and low CBD. Tangie is a stimulating, get up and go strain. Its ability to stimulate the mind and create a sense of energy and euphoria makes it a good choice to treat depression, some cases of anxiety, and especially ADD and ADHD, which are traditionally treated with strong stimulants. The problem with stimulants such as methylphenidate and methamphetamine which are sometimes used to treat ADD and ADHD is that though they create focus, they do not have a relaxing component. ADD and ADHD are characterized by both a lack of focus and by hyperactivity of the mind and body, with increased psychomotor agitation. Tangie medical marijuana is able to treat both of these by providing both stimulation to improve energy and focus, and relaxation to calm the body and fight hyperactivity.
Tangie medical cannabis has also been touted as a treatment for depression. The stimulating effect creates a euphoria that is certain to snap the user out of a depression. Like other varieties of weed, it also has an anti-inflammatory effect which may help treat depression in the long term. Many recent studies have linked depression with chronic inflammation in the nervous system. Marijuana may be able to reduce this inflammation through the actions of THC, CBD, terpenoids, and other therapeutic substances in cannabis.
Tangie can also treat some cases of anxiety and PTSD. Although it is a Sativa, it has a relaxing component. Its Skunk #1, Indica parent has equipped it with a balanced high that does not tip over into anxiety. It is a controlled high that provides stimulation and relaxation at the same time, with the cerebral euphoria dominating in the beginning, then the relaxation effects taking over to bring the user slowly down. Using Tangie marijuana, the patient will not lose focus or the ability to work and function during use. This makes it very valuable, as many people have to choose between working or using their medication. However, Tangie, taken according to the doctor’s orders, can be used while maintaining or enhancing workability at many jobs. Of course, driving or operating heavy machinery is not recommended with this or any medication that affects the nervous system.
Tangie can be used for cases of nausea. Nausea can be a result of treatment for conditions like cancer, or it can be the result of conditions like dysautonomia. Nausea is a frequent symptom of many syndromes. Using Tangie marijuana for nausea is a winning avenue for treatment. Tangie will get rid of nausea without making you lazy and lethargic. You will be nausea-free, and still able to get up and work and do all the things you need to do to move your life forward.
Tangie can be used to improve appetite. This is a great boon to those with a lack of appetite from illnesses, syndromes, or treatments. People with HIV, anorexia, and other wasting conditions often lack the appetite to eat enough to cover the basic needs of the body. Treatment with Tangie can spark appetite allowing these persons to increase food intake enough to put on the weight they need to thrive.
Tangie Weed Price
|Vendor: Nectar – Burlingame
Portland, Oregon, USA
Strain name: Tangieland
Gram – $ 10 USD
Eighth – $ 30 USD
Quarter – $ 59 USD
Half – $ 110 USD
Ounce – $ 199 USD
|Vendor: NW Compassion Medical Center
Wood Villiage, Oregon, USA
Strain name: Tangieland – Recreational
Tangieland – Medical Marijuana
Gram – $ 12 USD
Eighth – $ 42 USD
Quarter – $ 84 USD
Half – $ 151.20 USD
Ounce – $ 268.80 USD
Tangie weed is first experienced as a strong citrus smell and beautiful green and orange nuggets. As you toke, this experience will turn into an invigorating and euphoric stimulation from the Sativa weed doing its job well. This effect will not lock you to the couch nor make your thoughts or movements slow and lethargic. Instead, you will get a rush of creativity and ideas.
Tangie is best enjoyed with friends who can join in a frenetic conversation full of creative ideas and possibilities. Its effects will stimulate and titillate. It can also be a good way to increase the enjoyment of a romantic partner or to spice up the experience of a sumptuous dinner with loved ones.
Tangie can also be used to enhance creativity for creative projects including brainstorming for writing, painting, or philosophizing with friends, probing the meanings and secrets of the universe. You will experience intense enjoyment of psychological and intellectual communion with your friends and family.
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It is simply great! Tangie strain is really nice during the mid-late day after work but leaves you motivated enough to accomplish whatever you may need to. The smell blows your mind away to a tropical paradise, it smells like an orange and candy. I am able to function and perform well. I will definitely buy it again. Sincerely recommended.
Yummy and citrusy. Tangie strain smells clean and crisp, and I would use the same words to describe the high. Works great to help with anxiety, it helps you get focused. Overall the high is mellow and really chill This is one of the strains that I always keep stocked. It’s a good one!
Tangie gives a traditional Sativa high with a face buzz, mild euphoria, and an extreme case of the giggles. Seems to take it a minute or two to really come on, but when it does, you'll feel any worries or stress disappear. I feel relaxed physically, but still very alert and logical, but calm and happy. Clean, smooth, new top strain.
I usually don’t smoke hybrids, but Tangie’s orange/citrus taste was simply awesome. Besides, even though after a couple of minutes all my senses were relaxed and elevated I still could function and socialize normally, which is important to me. The guys from Harmony Farms sure know what they’re doing because tangie is one enjoyable smoke.
I liked this strain before I even tried it because I’m a fan of California Orange. When I finally bought it I’ve got a super happy high that kept me energized and ready to go. I guess if a tried a higher dose I wouldn’t have been as active, but I’m gonna try it someday for sure. To whom would I recommend tangie strain? Stoners who love a nice, focused, and concentrated high.
I actually was writing an essay for college when I smoked this strain! The reason why I did that was my friend saying it helped him forge through writing the work that he had. And guess what, tangie marijuana was every bit as great for creativity and focus as he told me because I have written two pages in slightly less than an hour, which is something I rarely do. Besides, I liked the flavor a lot, picked up citrus tones. Highly recommended!
I tried tangie weed to wipe away stress from my depression. Well, it’s not a treatment or cure but it did a good job at making it easier to deal with it, that’s for sure. It started off an excellent high which was enough to combat my condition without robbing me of focus. Eventually I was in the state where I could be aware and at peace at the same time. Love Tangie for it.
This strain caught me off guard, actually. I bought it because it had an insane level of thc – somewhere between 17 and 20 percent. I fired a joint a couple of days ago and was excited about its rich, fantastic aroma that immediately put me at ease. At first, I felt a rapid increase in energy but it was only temporary. Gradually, my muscles felt calm and I felt extremely relaxed. I cannot really say that it was a true couch-lock effect but I wasn’t able to do much.
Good sativa for social smokers. I mean it worked much better with my friends than when I smoked it alone. Overall, very cool head space and socialization effects… Feel totally stress free and super happy when smoking this stuff. 10 minutes and I’m full of energy and enthusiasm! And thanks Tangie for perfuming my living room with a haze-like smoke.