Tangerine Dream is known for delivering a one of a kind combo of smells, flavors, and effects. And to top it off, this strain produces buds with crazy levels of THC. Given all this, it’s no wonder that Tangerine Dream has already won a handful of big time awards.
Tangerine Dream is a 60/40 Sativa dominant hybrid. And it packs a serious punch. While the Sativa family averages 13.5% THC, this strain comes in with an average of 19% THC.
And the most potent flowers climb as high as 25%. That’s definitely enough to knock you out in the most pleasant way possible.
One of the things this strain is most well known for is the incredibly well-balanced highs it produces. It fully straddles the two worlds of Sativa and Indica.
As you start smoking Tangerine Dream, expect to feel an energizing, uplifting, and head-clearing cerebral buzz. You may even find yourself inspired by a burst of creativity.
But this strain doesn’t live only in the realm of Sativa head highs. Its Indica side also plays a key role. In fact, Tangerine Dream does an incredible job of relaxing your body to the point that you’ll feel calm, relaxed, and pain-free.
Scent & Flavor
Given its name, Tangerine Dream’s scent and flavor profile shouldn’t be hard to guess. Yep, you got it. Tangerine. Or more generally, sweet citrus.
You’ll immediately notice the strong smell of citrus as you break apart your nugs. That scent carries over quite well into the taste of the smoke as well. So if you’re into sweet and citrusy-tasting cannabis strains, this one’s right up your alley.
The head highs this strain produces can sometimes be too much. When that happens, users may experience headaches. They may also start feeling paranoid and anxious.
For recreational uses, we suggest using Tangerine Dream in the afternoon or evening. The energizing, creative, inspiring boost is a great way to get through the second half of your day. It’s also a great strain for social settings, as it’ll leave everybody feeling happy, relaxed, and ready to have a good time.
Tangerine Dream’s perfectly balanced highs also make it a great medicinal choice. Many patients have success using it to treat depression, stress, and anxiety. It can also be used to cope with pain, insomnia, and nausea.
Tangerine Dream was brought to life by the genetic geniuses at Barney’s Farm. They made it by crossing G13, Afghani, and Neville’s A5 Haze.
Tangerine Dream does a great job of tapping into the best of its family tree. It delivers the best of what both Sativas and Indicas have to offer.
Tangerine Dream does best when it’s grown indoors. And for a Sativa, it hits the flowering phase pretty quick. If you’ve done a good job cultivating your plant, you can expect buds to start showing up around 8 to 10 weeks.
Flowers can get pretty hefty, so be sure your plant is well supported. Buds will be tight, and the green color will be accented by orange and red hairs.