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About Tangie Strain

History & Genetics

Tangie is a cannabis strain with a 70% sativa and 30% indica ratio. This strain pays homage to Tangerine Dream, a well-known strain from the past (around 1995). It is a hybrid of the California Orange and Skunk strains. The CBD content is quite low, and the THC content is between 19 and 22%. This strain consistently succeeds in the Cannabis Cup competitions, even taking home 10 awards in a row.

Appearance, Aroma & Flavor

Tangie stands out from other citrusy or fruity strains thanks to its citrus heritage, which gives it a refreshingly sweet aroma similar to tangerines (apart from some Skunk scent and flavor due to its lineage). The tiny, compact, light green buds contain orange hairs and are covered in icy trichomes.


Tangie, which has a strong sativa influence, provides the euphoric benefits that recreational users want. Euphoria, creativity, attention, and enjoyment are cerebral qualities. Because the THC content is higher than typical, it is better suited for intermediate or experienced users.

Due to its balanced composition, the plant is adaptable for medical users. Consider trying it for the sedative effects that could help with sleeplessness, stress, pain, and depression. Some claim that it is a fantastic herb for the munchies, and many people use it for nausea, lack of appetite, and digestive issues.


Tangie is most common in Arizona, Colorado, and the West Coast, though clones may also be found elsewhere. Tangie’s breeder, DNA Genetics, offers both standard and autoflowering seeds. By the fifth week, the plants will be really chasing height and will be growing tall. When the flowers bloom, you may anticipate highly resinous buds with a strong citrus scent.

Tangie should be grown outdoors due to its height requirements and other factors, and by late September or early October, you should have a very resinous herb on your hands. Use the SCROG growing technique or lavishly top the plants to give them a bushy shape that will yield more. Use soil, not hydroponics, while growing indoors.

Veganic culture is an additional method of growing this strain, as is done by some farmers in California. The nutrients derived from animal byproducts are removed during this process. The cannabis plant can feed more organically from the soil when nutrients are taken from plants, which results in better taste and more abundant cannabis. To improve plant health, you can also apply microbial inoculants (microbes).


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