Buy Tangerine dream strain to discover that every great dream begins with a dreamer – and every great toke begins with some high-quality weed to pack into your weed bowl; Tangerine Dream weed strain is definitely some exceptionally good ganja. 60% sativa-dominant hybrid Tangerine Dream strain was bred and budded to be a medical marijuana remedy for helping conquer conditions such as chronic pain and the inflammation that goes with it, treating neuropathy (general diseases or malfunctions of the nerves), mood enhancement for depression and anxiety, and – although initially stimulating – Tangerine Dream can alleviate sleep restlessness and insomnia. Buy Tangerine Dream strain
Ranging between 16-27%, the Tangerine Dream strain THC level is considerable among similar kinds of cannabis, producing a pronounced and long-lasting head high that slowly fades into a blissful body relaxation. When smoked, vaped, or dabbed, Tangerine Dream weed strain’s taste brings to mind sweet oranges – after all, it’s kinda in the name – and it has a fragrance that is both citrusy and earthy-dank.
Afghani is a pure landrace native indica pot plant grown in its original environment with 21% THC, and Neville’s A5 Haze is a 75% sativa hybrid with 21% THC on average. Most marijuana crossbred creations have two parents, but this one has three – which is one better! It’s certainly easy to see where Tangerine Dream gets its THC level, considering all three precursor plants are powerfully psychoactive.
Interestingly, there is a just plain Tangerine strain of weed out there that is largely unrelated to Tangerine Dream strain – other than having a sweet citrusy flavor and some similar heady effects when smoked, but this Tangerine bud is a 4th-generation phenotype (or variation due to growing condition changes) of Ch9 Aroma weed strain, thus the lineage is vastly different from Tangerine Dream; Tangerine and Ch9 Aroma, both sativa-dominant hybrids, are descendants of Super Bud cannabis strain with THC levels that top out at around 20%.
Another unrelated Tangerine weed strain is 70% indica Tangerine Kush, an offspring of 55% indica-dominant hybrid OG Kush and 95% indica Bubba Kush, with a THC range of 14-20% THC. Again, the naming connection seems to be solely based on the citrusy taste and smell of both Tangerine Kush and Tangerine Dream – that would likely be because they have a lot of the terpene limonene, which gives both their citrusy zest. Tangerine Kush is also known as Tangerine OG.
|Tangerine Dream General Effects||Tangerine Dream Medical Effects||Tangerine Dream Side Effects|
|Energetic 95%||Stress Relief 90%||Dry Mouth 95%|
|Uplifted 90%||Decrease Depression 80%||Dry Eyes 85%|
|Happy 80%||Fight Fatigue 75%||Anxious 60%|
|Creative 70%||Reduce Pain 65%||Headache 35%|
|Relaxed 45%||Alleviate Inflammation 50%||Dizzy 20%|
Now you may fancy yourself to be a bit of a gardener and if you can plant seeds that become actual plants, then you just may be blessed with a proverbial green thumb (if you looked at your thumb just now, you might want to put down the pipe or bong and let the weed smoking rest awhile; green thumb just refers to intuitive growing skills, not a gangrenous color-change in your thumb). If you say you want to try your hand at raising Tangerine Dream from seeds or seedlings to harvest your own bounty of happy herb, then we are gonna clue you in on how to grow Tangerine Dream strain in your own backyard or greenhouse.
It takes 49-65 days to grow your own Tangerine Dream weed, and if you’re wondering ‘What humidity level does Tangerine Dream strain thrive best in?’, well, if you have a nice plot of land and wanna grow outdoors then you’re gonna need a warm and humid climate with consistent sunlight. Cultivating indoors, your best bet is to use the hydroponic Sea of Green technique (in which you pack your pot plants together in close proximity, creating a canopy and giving your sunlamps greater light coverage across your entire cannabis crop) and Tangerine Dream weed prefers temperatures between 68 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit/20-26 degrees Celsius.
Tangerine Dream shrubs grow up to about 3 ft or 1 yard/meter tall indoors – or up to 6 ft or 2 yards/meters out in the sunshine and fresh air. These particular pot plants have green leaves and silvery nugs, coated with thick white trichomes, plus orange pistils and stigmas (the seed and pollen producing parts of the plant). The nugs, or buds, of Tangerine Dream strain develop into large and chunky, dense clumps of dank deliciousness. Your expected yield of THC-filled power flowers will be 18 ounces per square meter/yard grown inside, but outdoor growers can look forward to a yield of about 16 ounces per plant.
If you’re in search of a Tangerine Dream seed or several to plant in the ground or submerge in a hydroponic solution then you can pick up 3 autoflowering feminized (feminized cannabis plants produce more bud, and autoflowering means the ganja greens will automatically switch from vegetative growth to the flowering stage with age as opposed to seasonal changes in the amount of daylight) seeds for $29.00, 5 seeds for $49.00, 10 seeds for $95, or 25 seeds for $229 at Growers Choice Seeds.com; or Seed Supreme.com has 5 seeds for $46.66 and 10 seeds for $83.75.
On a kind of side note, should you be in the market for some more indica-leaning Tangerine Haze seeds, those you can pick up online at Dutch Seeds Shop.com with 5 seeds for $43.80 or 10 seeds for $73.00 – at this time, we know of no other seed source for Tangerine Haze.
Another place you might be able to pick up some Tangerine Dream or Tangerine Haze for growing is at your local marijuana nursery, or even a provisioning center where they may have some small seedling pot plants for sale, typically from $15 to $25 per plant. The cannabis growing centers might have some seeds they would be willing to sell you – it never hurts to call or stop in and ask.
In this video, a weed farmer discusses the good, the bad – like russet mites – and the ugly – some lower leaf curling and browning – of his 30-day grow of Tangerine Dream: