Tangerine Dream Strain Review
If you feel that it is impossible to take on a vacation leave after a hectic work week, this three-way hybrid can undoubtedly make the unwinding dreams come true. Tangerine Dream is unique in the sense that it can put anyone into a blissful state in no time. Besides taking users to paradise, it also has significant benefits. However, users should know that it possesses up to 27% THC and use it well within limits.
This wonder was bred by Barney’s Farm Seeds using G-13, Afghani and Neville’s Haze. With decades of experience, the Amsterdam-based company surely knew what plants to use. Having expert knowledge and skills, they produced a hybrid that became the overall champion in the 2010 Cannabis Cup.
|Tangerine Dream Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||G13 x Afghani x Neville’s A5 Haze|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||60 / 40|
|THC %||17% to 27%|
|CBD %||0.05% to 0.26%|
|Flowering Period||9 to 10 weeks / Late October|
|Average Yield||500 g/m2 / 450 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
This strain will hit fast with its citrus aroma. It becomes even more pronounced during the inhale. Furthermore, its dreamy taste also boasts of a sweet note of orange and berry. On the exhale, the smoke coats the tongue with bursting fruity flavors. When it comes to its fragrance and flavors, Tangerine Dream truly stands by its name.
Expect a lot of giggling and laughing under the influence of Tangerine Dream. It is highly potent in uplifting the mood such as that the users not only feel happy but quite euphoric. Its cerebral effects are also followed by a reinvigorating burst of energy. Hence, staying productive is not an issue at all especially when it can promote a clear head high with a sharpened sense of focus.
The good thing about this dreamy strain is that it adjusts to each person’s needs. Besides inducing happiness, it also relaxes the entire body. Too much of it though and the mental buzz may be overwhelming.
Users can expect dry mouth and dry eyes – two conditions that are typical with the use of cannabis. Due to its insane potency, overusing it may cause these effects to be more pronounced. In most cases, though, it is mild and negligible.
Other conditions that may occur include mild dizziness. There were also reports of a few people feeling a little anxious or paranoid too. Hence, it is best avoided by anyone who is susceptible such as those who are already going through psychological issues related to anxiety and panic attacks.
Medical Use and Benefits
The strain, named mostly due to its fragrance and flavors, is a delight for the recreational users. However, for people who are going through a variety of medical conditions, it is indeed a dream.
Already, it has established itself as one of the better strains for easing symptoms of chronic stress with its euphoric buzz. Since it prompts happiness and laughter, depressed patients will be able to see things in a much favorable perspective. It creates a pleasant mood that often relieves symptoms of depression.
Aside from the mind, this potent natural painkiller also helps relax the entire body thereby relieving muscle spasms, joint and body aches. It loosens up tensed muscles and gives relief to inflammation problems. Some even find Tangerine Dream handy in fighting off a headache or fatigue.
Growing Tangerine Dream
The incredible mental and physical effects provide numerous reasons for people to plant this cannabis. Doing so also results in a plant that is quite a looker. It has large and chunky flowers with dense buds and forest green leaves. Orange pistils come out beneath its leaves. Some phenotypes may show hints of dark purple that is brought upon by exposing it to cold temperature before flowering. The white trichomes that coat the flowers make Tangerine Dream look dewy and nice.
This plant, grown in an open space with plenty of sunshine, grows as tall as 90 to 120 centimeters and tends to be bushy. Tangerine Dream has thick central stems which can fully support the dense buds. But pruning is required to keep good air circulation. Feeding it with silica and other macro-nutrients will help strengthen its immune system. It is ready for harvest during the last weeks of October yielding around 450 grams per plant.
Indoors, the temperature must be kept warm and humid at around 20 to 27 degrees Celsius. It thrives well in a hydroponics setup using the SOG (sea of green) method to maximize the yield. It has a flowering period of 9 to 10 weeks and produces an average of 500 grams per square meter.
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