To say Tangerine Dream is a well known strain would be an understatement, it is probably fair to say that the strain is worthy of legendary status within the cannabis world. Tangerine Dream is easy to grow and features large amounts of THC complemented by a minor CBD percentage. The strain is indica dominant and features 70 percent indica genetics alongside 30 percent sativa genetics.
The parent strains that were crossbred to create Tangerine Dream were G13, Neville’s A-5 Haze and Afghan. The strain has proved its worth in the past and won a first place award in the High Times Cannabis Cup in 2010.
The massive THC content within the flowers of Tangerine Dream provides a fast acting and potent high, featuring the best aspects of the indica and sativa merging. Taking a hit of this strain will initiate a flurry of positive and comforting sensations that will uplift and energise the smoker resulting in a euphoric head space.
The high derived from Tangerine Dream is defined largely by sativa qualities that generate a cerebral bake, resulting in exhilaration and bordering on the psychedelic. The indica elements of this high target the body and result in a calming and pain numbing couch lock that might leave you feeling a lot more hungry than you usually do when sober.
Tangerine Dream features complex layers of flavours that stimulate the taste buds and pleasure the smoker. Tangerine, orange, sour, spicy, fruity, sweet and apple flavours really stand out. When it comes to scent, Tangerine does not disappoint with citrus, spicy, and fruit smells.
Tangerine Dream maintains a regular height and will grow up to around 120 cm whether grown indoors or outdoors. If growing the strain outdoors in a garden bed or potting set up, expect to harvest around the end of October. The flowering times of Tangerine Dream is usually spread over 70 to 80 days. The THC content of these flowers is pretty massive at around 25 percent. The CBD content isn’t massive, but still complements to the cannabinoid content of the strain at 1.8 percent.