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Tangerine Haze Strain
Indica Dominant Hybrid – 60% Indica / 40% Sativa
THC: 16% – 21%, CBD: 2%
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I use to get zips of G13 in Gainesville FL back in the 90s; Saw the lineage and my mind was blown. Then I got a hold of some xD LEGENDARY
One of the best Hazes in Seattle by far. No ceiling whatsoever. If you like real sativa, this is it!!
Started using for daily migraines and could not be happier with the results. Although it has not completely received headaches my quality of life has improved dramatically. Also, I can smoke and still be productive and go about my day, only with a much more relaxed outlook.
If you’re looking for a sweet strain that tastes like an orange grove smells, you found it! It’s so sweet and tangy with a beautiful orange flavor and a kick of dank haze to finish it off. Not to mention that the effects are perfect for getting you up and going. Love!
Tangerine Haze is a powerful Sativa dominant strain that is produced by combining Haze, NYCD and G13 together. This hybrid has an Indica/ Sativa content of 60/40 percent. This strong cannabis has a THC level ranging from 16 percent to 21 percent and CBD of 1.8 percent. The plant has medium height…
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A very special phenotype of Soma’s original NYCD x G-13/Haze, Tangerine Haze was discovered by the Devil’s Harvest Krew (DHK) in 2003-04 and has since become something of a legend, especially in Colorado. The plant is one of the most uncanny-smelling fruity strains on the planet, smelling and tasting exactly like a freshly-peeled tangerine, down to the sensation of the semi-bitter skin. It grows tall and vigorously, forming strong creamy-orange colas that perfume the room.
One of the most often overlooked elements of the DHK was the ability of its members to grow out multiple identical packs of seeds, compare the best females in order to find true keepers. The DHK Tangerine Haze is one such example. Members picked up the original G13/Haze x NYCD from Soma Seeds in 03-04 and over the next year each grew out his pack of seeds, compared the best females, and it was obvious which female stood out (at least in flavor). Nicknamed Tangerine Haze, this strain is still fairly hoarded even though it has been passed freely for the last couple of years. The strain made its way from the West Coast of Canada to Boulder and Nederland, Colorado, where it became something of a legend among the growers and connoisseurs of the area.
Original Soma Seeds New York City Diesel x G-13/Haze
The smell of Tangerine Haze is legendary as being one of the few fruit-named strains that is a perfect replica of its namesake, filling the sinuses with a pungent and uncanny tangerine smell with a floral backdrop. If it’s let go beyond 65 days, it often takes on an astringent quality, so most growers like to take her down early if anything.
The flavor is almost more tangerine-heavy than the scent, even going as far as to give the flavor of the semi-bitter skin or citrus zest along with the fresh citrus attack. The flavor tends to linger in the mouth and sinuses for a long time after consumption, which increases the already amazing taste appeal of this strain.
Tangerine Haze isn’t the strongest strain around, but it lives up to its Haze name, uplifting the user’s mindstate and filling the body and mind with a buzzing energy. Great for creative pursuits, outdoor activities, and anything that can be enhanced with a slight shift of perspective – Tangerine Haze is a wonderful daytime strain that leaves the user feeling capable and at-ease mentally.
Tangerine Haze grows tall and works best when it’s flowered early on from clone, when the plant is approximately 10″ and has just established itself.
A very special phenotype of Soma's original NYCD x G-13/Haze, Tangerine Haze was discovered by the Devil's Harvest Krew (DHK) in 2003-04 and has since become something of a legend, especially in Colorado. The plant is one of the most uncanny-smelling fruity strains on the planet