Yo, what’s good fam? It’s your boy Dan here with a review of the Tangelo strain. It’s a heavy-hitting sativa-dominant hybrid that’ll have you feeling relaxed and sedated as hell. If you’re looking to unwind after a long day of hustlin’, or if you got insomnia, then this strain might just be the answer to all your problems.
The Tangelo strain is all about those citrusy orange and tropical flavors. It’s like sippin’ on a cold drink on a hot summer day, real refreshing. And let me tell you, the nugs look dope as hell too. They’re neon-green and spade-shaped with amber pistils and resinous trichomes.
Now, I ain’t gonna lie to you, growing this strain is not gonna be easy for beginners. Experienced growers rate it as moderately difficult with a flowering period of 70-83 days indoors and around 90 days outdoors. But if you can pull it off, you can expect yields of around 12-15 ounces per square meter indoors and 15-20 ounces per plant outdoors.
The Tangelo strain has a THC range of between 19.5-21.5% and a relatively low CBD content. So, if you’re looking for that heavy high, then this strain won’t disappoint.
But let’s talk about the effects of this bad boy. Most users describe it as initially uplifting and relaxing, but if you consume too much in one sitting, then you might find yourself couchlocked as hell. And as time passes, the Tangelo strain might make you feel drowsy, which is probably due to the effects of its dominant terpenes.
The Tangelo strain contains myrcene which research shows has sedative, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties. So, it makes sense that many users consume this strain to help them with inflammation, pain, and sleep disorders like insomnia. The second most dominant terpene is caryophyllene which also has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties but can also help to reduce anxiety due to its anxiolytic properties.
However, there are some possible side effects of the Tangelo strain that you gotta watch out for. Some users report headaches, paranoia, and anxiety among the most common adverse reactions. And the cottonmouth is real with this one too. So, make sure that you don’t overconsume or else you might end up feeling couchlocked and drowsy as hell.
Overall, the Tangelo strain is a dope-ass sativa-dominant hybrid that offers many potential benefits to recreational and medicinal users alike. Recreational users love the uplifting high and deeply relaxing effects that Tangelo brings while medicinal users say that it can help to address mood disorders, sleep disorders, pain, and inflammation.
But yo, remember that this strain is best suited for evening time use ‘cause it can cause heavy sedation and drowsiness. So go ahead and cop those seeds from your favorite seed bank. But if you’re a beginner grower then maybe stick to something easier ‘cause this one ain’t no joke!