Tangerine Haze Strain Review – Bonza Blog
Love them or hate them, old-timers and those active in the cannabis scene going back some two decades seems to be divided. For sure, the efforts of a few individuals who called themselves Devil’s Harvest Krew (DHK) ultimately ended with broken friendship. Before the breakup, though, they managed to move 300 elite clone-only cannabis all over the United States with one of them being Tangerine Haze.
For a few years, these core group of people made sure that the elite cannabis plants survived by passing out its clones. There was never the intent then to sell and make money. As a matter of fact, they did not receive not even one herb in return in some of the exchanges. Because of them, hundreds of these strains remain in circulation.
Tangerine Haze, even after all these years, remains clone-only. While there are speculations, no one knew its breeder. Allegedly, it is one of the phenotypes of G-13 Haze x NYC Diesel. Found by DHK, it has made its way from Colorado to the West Coast and all the way up to Canada.
In keeping its lineage alive, both recreational and medical users get to enjoy its delicious smelling scent. More important, it is the way it enhances the mood that makes it a pleasure to use.
|Tangerine Haze Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||G13 Haze x NYC Diesel|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||60 / 40|
|THC %||11% to 21%|
|CBD %||0.03% to 0.11%|
|Climate||Semi-humid to warm climate|
|Flowering Period||8 to 9 weeks / Mid to late October|
|Average Yield||500 to 650 g/m2 / 700 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Tangerine Haze emits a zesty scent that comes with the distinct smell of tangerine. It is also followed by an acute flowery note. When it comes to fragrance, this is one of the most delicious smelling hybrids one can find.
Even better, its smoke is smooth on the throat and easy on the lungs. It tastes like how it smells but with a more pronounced sweet and floral note.
To say that the effects of this strain are unique is an understatement. Because there are different phenotypes, it appears that one of the fundamental differences is in its potency. Of course, the amount of herb used plays a significant role in whether or not it becomes overwhelming.
In moderate amount, it kicks in quick by delivering an uplifting buzz that enhances the mood. It often leads to users feeling euphoric and outright happy. Not only that, but it also provokes a clear-headed high and may inspire creative ideas or thoughts. Because of that, Tangerine Haze makes for an excellent wake-and-bake strain.
At times, some people may find themselves using a tad bit too much. Once that happens, the cerebral high it induces begin to intensity. In turn, it leads to a higher level of psychedelic experiences. A few things that may occur include feeling time slowing down, a distorted cognitive function such us being unable to measure distance. The potency of the strain is not to be underestimated. After all, it does come with as much as 21% THC.
Used moderately, Tangerine Haze allows users to continue on and have a productive day. However, use too much, and it leaves users heavily stoned.
Using cannabis comes with a few adverse effects. One thing to keep in mind is that whether it is pronounced or not is dependent on the physical conditioning and tolerance level of users as well as the amount of herb used. At any rate, the usual dry mouth and dry eyes are pretty much what can be expected.
Other conditions include feeling dizzy, anxious, or having a headache.
Medical Use and Benefits
Because it not only uplifts the mood of users but also induces happiness, Tangerine Haze helps people find relief from stress. Also, the same traits allow people with depression fight through their condition.
One popular use of cannabis is for pain-relief. Unfortunately, this is not its strongest suit. Instead, what it can do is to offer a boost of energy to get users up and running around. As alluded to earlier, some people use it soon after waking up to clear the head and get started with a productive day. Others use it to ward off the effects of fatigue.
Growing Tangerine Haze
Tangerine Haze has medium size flowers that look like tiny pine cones with a spade-like shape. It has dark green leaves embellished with orange-colored pistils. It is also covered with a creamy layer of silvery trichomes.
It is an elusive plant to find, though. Seeds currently are not available, and the only way to cultivate it is if one could obtain a clipping.
Indoors, Tangerine Haze thrives equally well using soil as a medium or hydroponics. Growers will have to top it early to keep it short as well as constantly prune and trim its leaves. Because its buds tend to be dense and heavy, some form of support may be needed. Typically, it has a flowering period of 8 to 9 weeks. The estimated yield per square meter is between 500 to 650 grams.
Should growers choose to cultivate the plant outdoors, a suitable environment is one that is semi-humid to warm. Flowering occurs in the third to last week of October with each plant producing up to 700 grams.
Have you grown or used Tangerine Haze? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.