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Robert Bergman

June 21, 2019

As the number of cannabis users increased, so did the demands for higher quality and more tasty strains. While it is not entirely an assurance that a particular strain has all the qualities that a user is looking for, a large number of choices that breeders provide in the market is perhaps the next best thing.

It is not a secret that cannabis can be used for both recreational and medicinal purposes. Regardless of the intention of a consumer, the consensus almost always goes down to the strain’s flavor and aroma.

Typically, those strains that are supposedly boasting of delightful scents and flavors are those that are named after these unique characteristics. However, not every one of them actually lives up to their names.

Nonetheless, one particular strain has been recognized by the cannabis community as one of the few out there that has the flavor and aroma that stays true to its name. This hybrid strain is called the Tangerine Haze.

The Tangerine Haze is a cross between the G13 Haze and the NYC Diesel. Both parent strains are actually hybrids themselves.

The History of Tangerine Haze can be traced back from its supposed origin in the Netherlands. While others are not quite certain where specifically in the country, some would claim that it was in Amsterdam where the strain was first developed.

Nonetheless, the story leads to the North American breeder, the Devil’s Harvest Krew. They are believed to be the ones who have discovered the strain around 2003 to 2004 and bred the Tangerine Haze that users know today. Unfortunately, it is still a clone-only strain.

Today, Tangerine Haze is a popular strain among cannabis users in Canada, Colorado and in the west coast.

Information about Tangerine Haze:

ORIGIN G13 Haze and NYC Diesel
EFFECTS Happy – 10
Uplifted – 8
Energetic – 8
Euphoria – 7
Focused – 7
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) Dry mouth – 10
Anxious – 2
Dizzy – 2
Headaches – 1
Dry eyes – 1
FRAGRANCE Sweet, citrus, pungent
FLAVORS Tropical, sweet, citrus, tangy, orange
MEDICAL Stress – 10
Depression – 9
Fatigue – 6
Headache – 3
Eye pressure – 3
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS 8 to 9 weeks
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS Mid to late October
PLANT HEIGHT Up to 6 feet
THC CONTENT % 11% to 21%
CBD % 0.03% to 0.11%
INDICA / SATIVA % 40%/60%
INDOOR YIELD 18 to 23 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD 24 ounces or more per plant
CLIMATE Tropical climate
GROWTH LEVEL Some experience needed to grow

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest

Effects

With THC levels that reach up to 21%, one can easily determine the potency of Tangerine Haze. Because Tangerine Haze is Sativa-dominant, it does have a powerful cerebral head high, especially at the onset.

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To wit, Tangerine Haze can make its users feel happy and uplifted more than anything else. It also stimulates the mind just enough to improve the sense of focus and creativity. But that is assuming consumers do not smoke too much.

Tangerine Haze Effects
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The general happiness that consumers feel, as well as a boost in energy level, makes the Tangerine Haze great for recreational use with friends. In some instances, some people could work better after taking a few puffs.

Fragrance

As mentioned previously, Tangerine Haze is one of the few strains that is able to live up to its name. That being said, users can expect this strain to have that zesty tangerine scent that can be further described as a combination of citrus, pungent and sweet aroma.

Flavors

Indeed, Tangerine Haze also boasts of the same citrus, sweet and tangy flavors of the actual tangerine. Some users even think of its taste as something that reminds them of oranges and tropical fruits.

Now, if that is not delicious enough, note that the smoke of Tangerine Haze is just as pleasant as its actual aroma and flavor. Users describe its smoke as smooth and generally makes them feel good inside.

Adverse Reaction

Despite all the positive reviews that Tangerine Haze has received over the years, it goes without saying that there are adverse reactions from smoking this cannabis.

Tangerine Haze Adverse Reaction
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Besides dry mouth, a common reaction with the use of cannabis, the other negative reactions to are dizziness and feeling anxious. Should that occur, it is likely because the smoker is new to using cannabis.

Medical

Aside from being a tasty and fragrant strain, Tangerine Haze has the potential to offer alleviation from the symptoms of some health conditions.

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Stress relief is among the top reasons for the recreational, as well as the medical use of this strain. Due to feeling uplifted and happy, that aids in the management of depression and possibly, other anxiety disorders.

Tangerine Haze Medical
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Used in moderation, Tangerine Haze gives a boost in energy that is similar to drinking espresso.

Growing

Unfortunately, growing Tangerine Haze at home may be quite a challenge. It requires some level of knowledge and experience on how to properly grow cannabis in order to successfully cultivate it.

Tangerine Haze Growing
Tangerine Haze Growing

It can be grown indoor or outdoor in a Mediterranean climate. While location matters outdoor, that is not a concern if Tangerine Haze is grown indoor with a proper setup. Indoor, this cannabis can be grown using soil or hydroponics.

Note that growing indoor, it is best to top early and let the plant branch out and grow bushier, which improves the yield. But that also means growers would have to support the branches as the heavy buds could be too much for the branches and stems.

Flowering Time

Indoors
If grown indoors, the flowering time of Tangerine Haze should take about 8 to 9 weeks. Make sure to harvest them on time in order to maximize those flavors. Otherwise, late harvest diminishes the distinct tangerine taste of the strain. As for the expected indoor yield, it should be around 18 to 23 ounces per square meter.

Outdoors
So as long as the plant grows in an ideal climate, the buds should be ready for harvest by mid to late October. This will produce a yield of 24 ounces or more per plant.

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

Robert

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The founder of I Love Growing Marijuana, Robert Bergman, is a marijuana growing expert that enjoys sharing his knowledge with the world. He combines years of experience, ranging from small-scale grows to massive operations, with a passion for growing. His articles include tutorials on growing... [read more]

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