Aroma: The sweet and sour scent of orange is unmistakable. Because of this, most people will find Tangie’s aroma naturally pleasant and very enticing. In some ways, the citrusy odor already conditions the mind to expect a relaxing but very cerebral experience.
Taste: Thanks to the influence of California Orange, Tangie Budder’s heritage is evident not only in the odor it emits but also in its flavors. Hence, in the discussion on the best-tasting strains with a fruity taste, Tangie belongs to that conversation.
High: Tangie is sativa-heavy, and though the exact ratio of sativa to indica is unclear, it’s probably at least 70:30. That means an uplifting cerebral high with enhanced creativity and euphoria, plus a focused boost of happiness. It’s good for treating several disorders, though specifics are hard to come by: nausea, anxiety, lack of appetite, and depression.
Used For: Stress, pain, happiness, depression, anxiety, migraines, headaches, inflammation, insomnia.
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