Tiger’s Milk Strain

A tigress can come across as a fierce animal, dangerous to others including humans. But that is not always the case. To her cubs, she is the protector and the comfort zone. In many ways, Tiger’s Milk is the same in that it lets users roam free and wild before gently settling them down in peaceful bliss.

A creation of Bodhi Seeds, this strain combines excellent Sativa and Indica to provide a balanced high. It takes its buzzing cerebral high that puts users in a dreamy state of Appalachia, a hybrid also known for its pain-relieving qualities. Meanwhile, the other strain used is Bubba Kush, a plant known for its incredible trichome production. An OG Kush descendant, it is also a potent Indica with up to 27% THC. In combining both genetics, Tiger’s Milk also inherited the potentially devastating powers of its parents.

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    Information about Tiger’s Milk:

    ORIGINBubba Kush and Appalachia
    EFFECTSRelaxed – 10
    Euphoric – 7
    Sleepy – 7
    Tingly – 5
    Happy – 5
    Dry Mouth – 10
    Dizzy – 2
    Headache – 2
    Paranoid – 1
    FRAGRANCEEarth, herbal, sweet, spicy
    FLAVORSCreamy, butter, earthy, sweet, honey
    MEDICALPain – 10
    Insomnia – 9
    Headaches – 8
    Stress – 8
    Lack of Appetite – 4
    PLANT HEIGHT2-1/2″ to 6 feet tall
    THC CONTENT %15% to 17%
    INDICA / SATIVA %25%/75%
    INDOOR YIELD17 to 22 ounces per square meter
    OUTDOOR YIELD20 ounces or more per plant
    CLIMATESemi-humid to warm climate
    GROWTH LEVELEasy to grow

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest


    Those looking for something new are in for a treat with Tiger’s Milk. At 15% to 17% THC, it is a far cry from Bubba Kush. However, this is still more than potent enough to put one to sleep if overused.

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    It begins by bringing users to a profound cerebral high quickly. The euphoric rush it induces can melt away any inhibition in no time at all. As a result, users tend to feel their spirits amplified to new heights. Happy, cheerful, most also tend to be more sociable. Like many Sativa hybrids, it motivates users to stay active and on the go. That is until its Indica properties start to manifest.

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    Beginning from the temples and around the eyes, a tingling sensation trickles to the rest of the body. A warm calming feeling soon takes over putting one into deep relaxation. Although it should not cause a couch-lock in most cases, those who have low tolerance limit may find themselves lethargic. Eventually, most people tend to drift off to sleep.


    Tiger’s Milk smells like rolled durbar incense or Ethiopian frankincense. It gives off the scent of the wet earth but with an herbal quality that is reminiscent of OG Kush. Much to the delight of its users, the strain has a sweet undertone. When grounded, it also releases a spicy fragrance that can quickly fill up the room.


    Tiger’s Milk has a creamy butter taste that can catch first-time users off guard. Perhaps that is the reason for its name. It also boasts of a honey sweet hint. Adding to the experience of this marriage of a wide array of flavors is the smoothness of its smoke.

    Adverse Reaction

    As alluded to earlier, Tiger’s Milk can induce a hard-hitting head rush. For some people, this can be quite dizzying and may result in a mild headache. In worse cases, it may also lead to a slight paranoia. Such adverse reactions are often associated with Sativa.

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    Used in moderation, the above-mentioned conditions are not likely to occur. Still, because it is cannabis, users can expect to have cottonmouth and slightly dry eyes.


    Unfortunately, test data for the CBD content of this popular strain is not readily available. But, by the looks of it, its range should not deviate from typical recreational hybrids. Still, its psychedelic effects can benefit many people. For example, the upbeat mood it brings helps in fighting off stress. Furthermore, it helps people with depression cope.

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    As a descendant of Bubba Kush, it has analgesic properties that greatly aids in pain relief. Besides helping the body get rid of tensions, it also soothes aching muscles. As it induces body relaxation, it also lessens the severity of various pains and discomforts caused by chronic diseases.

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    During the comedown, as users fall into deep bliss, drowsiness sets in and users often fall asleep without even realizing it. As such, it can help insomniacs find rest and quality sleep.

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      At the moment, procuring the seeds of Tiger’s Milk may prove to be difficult as there are only a handful of dispensaries that have it available. However, if one were to get ahold of it, then there is the choice of planting it indoors or outdoors. In either environment, it should thrive with only a fundamental knowledge of gardening.

      While it’s natural environment is out in the open under a warm climate, the growth structure of this strain with numerous lateral branching makes it ideal for cultivating in grow tents.

      Flowering Time


      So long as the temperature stays in the range of 21 to 26 degrees, Tiger’s Milk will thrive. However, it does need to be topped early to keep it short. With proper maintenance in its artificial environment, the hybrid should begin flowering indoors within 7 to 9 weeks. During harvest, growers can expect up to 32 ounces per square meter.


      To get the most of Tiger’s Milk, it should receive direct sunlight in an environment conducive to outdoor farming. With such conditions, growers can expect the plant to flower by mid-October. As for yields, cultivators can get up to 32 ounces per plant. Of course, much like indoors, the massive yield is dependent on the expertise and materials used.

      Have you ever smoked or grown your own Tiger’s Milk? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


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