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The strain, named mostly due to its fragrance and flavors, is a delight for the recreational users. However, for people who are going through a variety of medical conditions, it is indeed a dream. Already, it has established itself as one of the better strains for easing symptoms of chronic stress with its euphoric buzz.

Since it prompts happiness and laughter, depressed patients will be able to see things in a much favorable perspective. It creates a pleasant mood that often relieves symptoms of depression. Aside from the mind, this potent natural painkiller also helps relax the entire body thereby relieving muscle spasms, joint and body aches. It loosens up tensed muscles and gives relief to inflammation problems. Some even find Tangerine Dream handy in fighting off a headache or fatigue. Tangerine Dream Medical Use and Benefits – Image powered by Barneysfarmshop.com. The incredible mental and physical effects provide numerous reasons for people to plant this cannabis. Doing so also results in a plant that is quite a looker. It has large and chunky flowers with dense buds and forest green leaves.

Some phenotypes may show hints of dark purple that is brought upon by exposing it to cold temperature before flowering. The white trichomes that coat the flowers make Tangerine Dream look dewy and nice. This plant, grown in an open space with plenty of sunshine, grows as tall as 90 to 120 centimeters and tends to be bushy. Tangerine Dream has thick central stems which can fully support the dense buds. But pruning is required to keep good air circulation. Feeding it with silica and other macro-nutrients will help strengthen its immune system. It is ready for harvest during the last weeks of October yielding around 450 grams per plant. Indoors, the temperature must be kept warm and humid at around 20 to 27 degrees Celsius. It thrives well in a hydroponics setup using the SOG (sea of green) method to maximize the yield. It has a flowering period of 9 to 10 weeks and produces an average of 500 grams per square meter. If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. Tangerine Dream Cannabis Strain [2020 Complete Review] This potent strain is a legendary creation of the world-renowned breeders over at Barney’s Farm in Amsterdam. As a winner of the 2010 High Times Cannabis Cup, let’s take a look at some of Tangerine Dream’s most defining qualities. Tangerine Dream is a hybrid strain bred from G13 , Afghani (both indicas) and Neville’s A5 Haze, a sativa. Tangerine Dream is an exceptionally potent strain of cannabis – its THC content averages around 19% but can reach a staggering 25%. One of the unique characteristics of Tangerine Dream is its ability to provide effective pain relief. It’s also known to produce cerebral effects that make the consumer feel more alert and focused. Tangerine Dream is a go-to strain for people using cannabis for medicinal pain relief. And fortunately, it’s a common find in many West Coast dispensaries. Tangerine Dream Strain Aroma, Flavor and Appearance. Tangerine Dream produces large, dense buds that are heavily covered in sticky trichomes and vibrant orange pistils. The plant is bushy, and typically reaches about a meter in height when fully grown. True to its name, Tangerine Dream has a sweet, orange, citrusy flavor which is very pleasing to the palate. Its fragrance has a similar citrus sweetness, but is combined with a dank, pungent, earthy, aroma.

Tangerine Dream is a moderately difficult strain to grow. One advantage is that it is naturally resistant to disease. The plant can be grown indoors or outdoors , and in soil or hydroponically.

Outdoors, Tangerine Dream thrives in a warm, dry climate and benefits from plenty of sunlight. The optimal temperature range is between 68-80 degrees Fahrenheit. The flowering period for Tangerine Dream is between 8-10 weeks. When grown outdoors, Tangerine Dream can yield approximately 16 ounces of flower per square meter. Indoor yields average slightly higher, at roughly 18 ounces per square meter.

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