Three grand cannabis variants, the popular Afghani, potent G13, and award-winner Neville’s Haze, have been hybridized to create a fancy strain in the form of the Tangerine Dream Autoflowering marijuana. Having two parents that have an indica dominant gene and one with a sativa leaning DNA, this ganja has a genetic ratio of 55% indica to 35% sativa, allowing tokers to experience the best attributes of the two. The remaining 10% is a ruderalis gene, which is responsible for making this Mary Jane an autoflowering variation.
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Type: Indica dominant hybrid, Autoflowering
Genetics Parents: G13 x Afghani x Neville’s Haze
Flowering Period: 8 – 10 weeks
Climate: Dry, Sunny, Warm
Yield: 400 g – indoor | 500 g – outdoor
Flavors: Berry, Citrus, Earthy, Orange, Sweet, Tropical
THC Level: 20%
CBD Level: 1%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
The THC content of the Tangerine Dream Autoflowering cannabis, which is about 20%, is relatively high, so tokers can expect to be hit by a powerful buzz. Although this autoflowering marijuana is leaning more on the indica side, smokers will be able to experience both a cerebral and physical high.
The effect will start in the head almost as soon as users take a puff. It will wipe off that sad look on your face and replace it with a bright and happy demeanor as it clears the mind of gloomy thoughts. However, it cannot outshine the indica effects of this ganja. Tokers will start to feel dreamy as a deep relaxing body buzz kicks in. As powerful as this effect could get, it will not overwhelm its tokers. Instead, it will be like a pleasant wave of calmness has taken over the body.
As its name suggests, the smoke will have a citrusy taste with earthy, berries, and orange notes. When the smoke leaves the mouth, it will deliver a sweet sugary, and tropical aftertaste.
A lot of medical tokers also turn to the Tangerine Dream Autoflowering strain when looking for therapeutic help. By delivering both physical and mental buzz, it can also provide aid in either problem.
For instance, its ability to uplift the mood of the tokers is effective in treating anxiety, depression, and stress. On the other hand, when smokers start to feel calm, they will also find themselves getting relieved of arthritis, backaches, headaches, and other pains.
Smokers can expect to experience the typical dry mouth and dry eyes conditions as these are the most common side effects when smoking marijuana. The good thing about these discomforts is that they are easy to cure. By drinking water and using eye drops, these conditions can be alleviated.
However, since it has a relatively high THC level, over smoking or those with low tolerance can suffer from dizziness. Smoke the Tangerine Dream Autoflowering slowly and keep your dosage in check.
The Tangerine Dream Autoflowering plant is not that hard to grow. The only thing that makes nurturing this herb a challenge is its dense production of resinous buds, which makes it hard to prune the lower leaves and branches.
Luckily, it is not a picky plant; it can be grown indoors and outdoors, just make sure that the environment is warm and dry. It will also not need to be exposed to the changes in the light cycle in order to flower, as it will automatically enter the flowering phase as it ages. Its ability to resist common pests and diseases also made it easier to handle.
After taking care of this plant indoors for about 8 to 10 weeks, it will reward the cultivators a harvest of around 400 grams. When it is grown outdoors, the harvest will be by October and is estimated to be at 500 grams.