Tangerine Strain Review – Bonza Blog
Just as Eve wasn’t able to resist the forbidden fruit, Tangerine has become the apple of one’s eye in the cannabis garden. And, that is in spite of its having a vague genetic root. Regardless, two things are for sure: its tropical aroma and uplifting high can truly make users feel like they’re in heaven.
Developed by Ch9 Female Seeds, it is a 4th generation offspring of Ch9 Aroma. While its exact THC range is unknown, users are free to take a chance and piece the puzzle of its existence with their own experiences.
As they say, actions speak louder than words, and this rare find is known to put users in a euphoric state of mind before it slowly transitions into a deep sense of relaxation. For the record, it has not knocked anyone unconscious yet, and that’s enough proof to say that this its moderate buzz can be enjoyed by beginners and veterans alike.
|Tangerine Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Ch9 Aroma|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||60/40|
|THC %||Up to 18%|
|CBD %||Up to 2%|
|Flowering Period||7 to 8 weeks / October to November|
|Average Yield||100 g/m2 / 300 to 350 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Just as the name suggests, its perfume blends bright, sweet and juicy flavors – all citrus with the slightest honey note. When lit up for a smoke, one puff taste like the zesty burst of well-ripened tangerines, which can truly quench one’s thirst for an invigorating high.
Like a tall glass of freshly-squeezed orange juice on a hot summer day, one toke of Tangerine is enough to cool users’ down. It packs enough pulp to refresh users with an average of about 18% THC volume, making it a strain that can be shared by novice and veterans alike.
In addition, users can enjoy a plethora of manageable effects, one being a boost of energy that can leave users fully functional for the day. As such, it is a great choice for those who need a little push to get them out of bed and feel top of the morning.
Furthermore, it unlocks the curious beaver in users and enhances the ability to explore unmapped concepts, guaranteeing to end brainstorm sessions on a productive note. As the high progresses, users gently slide down to a relaxed state.
Once on the ground, the body simply loses any sense of tension without burying users with an overwhelming sedation. As the day ends, users can clock out without bringing any stress home as feelings of happiness and physical contentment lingers till the wee hours of the night.
Similar to any typical cannabis, it gives users a mild case of dry eyes and mouth, which can be irritating at most. The solution, thankfully, is not a mystery. Simply hydrate throughout the smoke out to avoid this.
Furthermore, it is also reported to trigger paranoia in some users who may be extremely intolerant to THC effects. It could also lead to anxiety. As such, despite having an average potency, users should still start small and take it with caution.
Medical Use and Benefits
Tangerine’s genetic makeup is vague, but its therapeutic benefits are evident. With up to 2% CBD, consider it as a head-turner for its rare medicinal value.
Additionally, since its potency is at a reasonable level, this makes it easier for people to adjust to its effects and fully enjoy what this flower can offer. In other words, medical users who often have never used cannabis for leisure should not feel overwhelmed.
Its boast of the ability to unload the weight of chronic stress and create space for users to feel more uplifted and energized. Without any worries, even people suffering from depression can now jump out the beds and seize the long day ahead, only this time with a skip in steps rather than a drag.
Aside from the mind, it also takes the edge off the body and relieves pain, inflammations and muscle spasms. Indeed, what comes as a delight to recreational users is a dream come true for patients.
Tangerine is flexible in that it thrives in an indoor or outdoor setting.
Indoors, using hydroponics is the best overall choice as it allows for faster growth rate. However, for the discerning growers who prefer a more distinct aroma, then using organic soil as medium is the preferable option. When grown in good care, flowering time can take about 7 to 8 weeks with a rather humble yield of 100 grams per square meter.
In a warm climate similar to the Mediterranean, the plant could produce a better yield with some 300 to 350 grams come early November.
Have you grown or used Tangerine Strain? 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.