Agent Tangie is on a mission to raise the people’s energy. With its Sativa-leaning genes, it delivers a lightning-fast euphoria that instantly improves the mood and invigorates the body. Finally, finishing what it set out to do, it brightens the day by bringing back one’s zest for life.
In developing the strain, the breeders used two industry names. Agent Orange, a delicious well-balanced hybrid that smells like freshly sliced oranges, and Tangie, a remake of a popular citric-flavored bud from the 1990s. Regardless of their differences, one thing is for sure – both deliver a full-bodied euphoria that keeps the mind awake and the body energized.
Inheriting its parents’ best traits, Agent Tangie offers users more than just a recreational dream. Its THC compounds, which range from 16% to 18%, provide comfort to patients suffering a myriad of afflictions. It manages psychological distress and chronic stress by clearing away worries and enhancing the mood. Meanwhile, through its natural painkilling properties, it gets rid of bodily aches and pains.
Our Agent Tangie Strain Review
Information About Agent Tangie Strain
|ORIGIN||Agent Orange and Tangie|
|EFFECTS||Creative – 10|
Euphoric – 10
Giggly – 8
Energetic – 7
Relaxed – 6
|FRAGRANCE||Pungent, skunk, orange, citrus, spicy, pepper|
|FLAVORS||Pepper, spicy, fruity, citrus, orange, skunk|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dry eyes – 10|
Anxiety – 6
Dizzy – 4
|MEDICAL||Depression – 10|
Fatigue – 10
Stress – 9
Pain – 7
Lack of appetite – 4
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||10 to 12 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Late October to mid-November|
|THC CONTENT %||16% to 18%|
|CBD %||Up to 1%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 16 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||16 ounces or more per plant|
|CLIMATE||Sunny and cool climate|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Agent Tangie is an excellent daytime strain. It delivers an electrifying energy that surges through the body beginning from the temples. Swarming the mind first, it eliminates any cause for dread, worry, or negativity thus leaving users feeling refreshed.
It also instills an innate sense of happiness. No doubt, users can expect some giggles and laughter to escape the mouth even without meaning to. This is especially true when consuming the buds with friends.
Consumed alone in the morning before work, the upbeat disposition is a doorway to a productive day. Its clarifying head high creates an avenue for thoughts to ebb and flow freely. Meanwhile, the upbeat disposition gives users a euphoric outlook while completing tasks.
It takes an hour or two for the Indica effects to introduce itself. Settling in the limbs, it deeply relaxes users by removing any ache and pains. The freedom from physical inhibition allows users to move around freely or performing light physical tasks.
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Agent Tangie is a pungent strain whose aroma is characterized by a skunk overtone. Complementing it are hints of orange and similar citric fruits like lemon or lime. Crushing and combusting the buds reveals its spicy pepper undertones.
Some coughing can be expected from Agent Tangie’s sharp peppery undertones. The spiciness eventually dissipates as its sweeter, fruitier flavors of citrus, orange, and lemon take over. On the exhale, it leaves a skunk aftertaste.
The offshoots are often limited to the usual dry eyes and cottonmouth, but it is possible for some users to green out. This is usually characterized by dizziness along with a subtle feeling of anxiety. Of course, keeping the dosage low will keep the side effects at bay.
Agent Tangie goes beyond its recreational mission. Its psychoactive compounds provide relief against mental and physical fatigue brought about by chronic or accumulated stress. The subtle invigoration refreshes the mind, clears away distractions, and raises motivation. This makes it an excellent companion for people with ADHD or ADD who have trouble focusing.
The mental clarity instills a sense of calm that turns it into an alternative for OTC anxiolytics and antipsychotics. Meanwhile, its uplifting buzz stabilizes turbulent emotions. As such, it works effectively as an anti-depressant that helps curb feelings of despair and hopelessness.
A natural analgesic and painkiller, Agent Tangie eases various aches and pains. It delivers a soothing buzz that manages health issues like arthritis, joint pains, and headaches. It could be used to ease gastrointestinal pains that prevent one from eating heartily. In doing so, it reignites the appetite. Patients suffering from eating disorders may even gain back the lost weight by using the strain as a supplement. Under the guidance of a health professional, of course.
Agent Tangie’s Indica influence peeks through in a number of ways. Apart from being branchy, there is its slightly broad leaves and its deep green coloration. Along with it is its manageable height and adaptability to various growing environments.
The flowers, however, could be distinguished as being Sativa. It is fluffy and stretches out on each side though its core is quite dense. Each have a lime green hue with long, yellow and amber hairs sticking out.
Growers can cultivate the plant virtually anywhere. But there is a lot of advantage to growing the plant indoors. Provisions such as a small fan and a proficient ventilation system could be made to help keep the plants cool and circulate the air inside the growing room. Meanwhile, a carbon filter will prevent its pungent aroma from spilling to the next room. In this way, nosy neighbors will keep their guard low.
As it enters the flowering period, growers may switch to 600-watt HID lights and a 12/12 cycle to provide the plants with enough energy to produce more flowers. Although it does not warrant for any changes in feeding, nutrition, and upkeep, it will benefit from adding boosters which aid in bud production. Occasionally trimming the plants will also help aerate the lower nodes and distribute the light.
Agent Tangie has an indoor flowering period of 10 to 12 weeks. Growers can usually expect between 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter.
Harvest usually falls around the last week of October to the middle of November for growers in the northern hemisphere. One can expect at least 16 ounces of buds per plant during the chop down.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Agent Tangie? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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