Tangerine Kush marijuana may not be the most potent hybrid on the market (its THC content ranges from 14% to 19%) but what this strain lacks in hallucinogenic effect it makes up for in its tantalizing deliciousness.
Indica-heavy (at 70%), the effects of Tangerine Kush marijuana are often described as predominantly cerebral, though the physical sensation tends to creep up slowly. For medicinal purposes, Tangerine Kush may not be the best option – its CBD content has only ever been tagged at upwards of .38%, though its sedative properties can prove beneficial to patients with stress and anxiety, as well as insomnia (it’s often recommended to save Tangerine Kush marijuana for evening and nighttime use, regardless of medical or recreational preference).
The fragrance of Tangerine Kush marijuana can be likened to many others in the Kush family – earthy and citrus with undertones of pine, and a mix of terpenes that are just as potent in themselves. The smoke is also sweet, with a fresh taste of pine and mouthwateringly juicy lemon and orange.
Tangerine Kush marijuana seeds are not picky, though its temperature requirements vary depending on its environment. Indoors, this strain thrives when poted in soil and is kept warm, though outdoors it prefers cooler climes. In roughly 8-9 weeks of flowering time, you should be ready to harvest a higher than average yield of sweet, sticky, smokable cannabis.