Tangie has a THC level of about 19% to 22% along with about 0.1% CBD. It’s a Sativa dominant (about 70%) so the experience is the classic, sativa high. Full of happiness, energy, creativity and all kinds of positivity. Once your high is finished, you get a light kiss of CBD to warm and relax you before you finally emerge to face the world again.
Tangie is generally recommended for people who want a strain to use in the day time. Tangie is your typical “wake and bake” strain. Perhaps because its orange flavour makes people think of using citrus for an energy boost at breakfast time. Or for dealing with problems with concentration during the day. It’s also good for all-round daytime pain relief, especially when there is an emotional component to the pain, such as stress headaches.
Tangie marijuana strains provide very decent yields, particularly when you remember that this is a fairly compact strain. Indoors you’re looking at up to 550g/m2 and outdoors you could collect up to 550g of bud from each of your Tangie marijuana plants.
Tangie will grow happily indoors or outdoors in a warm, dry, sunny climate. In Europe, that would be the Mediterranean basin. Indoors, Tangie needs about 9 to 10 weeks of flowering time. Outdoors it will be ready to harvest around the end of September or start of October.
The great news for greenhouse and indoor growers is that even though Tangie is mostly Sativa, this is a relatively compact strain. You’re looking at a height range of about 1.2M indoor minimum to about 1.8M outdoor maximum.
Another piece of good news for all growers is that the only reason we’ve classed Tangie as a moderately difficult strain to grow is because it is a photoperiod strain. Other than that, as long as you pay attention to your marijuana basics, the robust genetics behind this strain make it very undemanding to grow.
Tangie is a cross between California Orange and Skunk #1. Dutch Passion has not released the genetics of California Orange. However, it is known to be a strain that is easy to manage. Skunk #1 is almost legendary for its robustness and for being one of the most forgiving strains there is.
The key to a successful grow of Tangie, is to ensure that your plants have enough space to grow outwards, as well as upwards. So they can spread their branches as they wish and fill them with bud. When plants get their branches entwined, air flow is impeded, ventilation suffer. This can lead to a serious risk of an attack of mould. If you make sure air keeps circulating, then Tangie should be well within the capabilities of inexperienced growers and even complete beginners.
Good air flow plus decent air filters should help to keep the odour down to an acceptable level. Even late during the flowering period. Outdoor growers should pay attention to the direction the wind usually blows because of this.
The taste and aroma of Tangie are both exactly what you’d expect it to be from the name, they are sweet, citrus-fresh orange.
Tangie not only tastes like oranges, it also looks rather like oranges, or at least partially-ripe oranges. Basically, the green nugs have lots of orange hairs that go well with the glittering white trichomes.
Tangie marijuana seeds turn into some of the prettiest buds around. The aroma of could almost be considered a medical benefit in itself. Aromatherapists often use citrus scents, including orange, to make people feel more upbeat and to boost energy levels. Some people find that just breathing in the fragrance is enough to make them feel better.