Tangerine Haze Strain
Tangerine Haze is a Sativa dominant hybrid known for its distinct citrusy taste and smell. It originated in the Netherlands as a cross between G13 Haze and NYC Diesel, two hybrids. Its popularly has since spread to Canada, Colorado and the whole of the West Coast. It is frequently described as elevating and stress reliving and is ideal for daytime enjoyment. It stimulates the mind leaving it clear as a crystal and does not overly induce lethargy or brain fog. It is not the strongest strain around but it definitely leaves users with a level-headed buzz. It is perfect for creative endeavors and outdoor pursuits. Tangerine Haze is one of the few strains that really lives up to its name. Its flavor and scent have an awesome citrus flavor. It is a clone only strain with moderately high THC levels.
Why do Patients Use Tangerine Haze?
Tangerine Haze is best used for the treatment of stress and depression. Because it is an energetic Sativa strain, it is an ideal mood enhancer and pick me up for those who are feeling stressed or depressed. It gives a wonderful and stimulating cerebral high which is perfect for creativity or energy. It is not known for pain relief or for putting people to sleep, so is good for those who need to stay happy, focused and alert throughout the day. Very little side effects and suitable for beginner marijuana consumers.
Medical Uses of Tangerine Haze
Side-Effects of Tangerine Haze
Information about Tangerine Haze
60% Sativa 40% Indica
Original Soma Seeds New York City Diesel x G-13/Haze
Tangerine Haze has a rating of 9.0 on the stoned meter.
Average THC levels are between 11 and 21%.
Devil’s Harvest Krew (allegedly)
Approximately 8-9 weeks depending on the method used.
Ideal Growing Method
Outdoors, in a sunny environment. Outdoors yields far more than indoors.
Up to 6 feet.
Tangerine Haze generates a moderate yield.
Tangerine Haze is difficult for novice growers. Moderate to expert experience needed.
Tropical Mediterranean climate needed for high growth. If grown indoors, heavy buds may be too much for leaves and stems.