Tropical Tang Feminized is an indica-dominant cross with a peculiar scent: once thoroughly dried, this hybrid’s flowers have a slight banana fragrance and taste. Tropical Tang is a slow-acting strain due to its moderate to high THC level of 16-25%, taking several minutes to manifest its effects altogether. Tropical Tang is also effective for medical marijuana users, as it relieves both physical and mental concerns. It can assist with aches & pains if they’re acute or severe and caused by an illness. The inspirational, mood-enhancing properties can help people with mild to severe depression and stress spend their days more actively and compassionately. Tropical Tang can be a potent analgesic in the right circumstances and with the right industry.
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Genetics Parents: Kush, Haze, and Skunk
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 Weeks
Flavors: Banana, Skunk, And Citrus
THC Level: 16-25%
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: Late September
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
This strain’s flowers have a pleasant tropical fragrance with banana notes and a taste of citrus hints. On closer examination, a slight grassy odor lingers. Because of the earthy scents associated with Kush types, the grinding of the buds produces more. This strain produces a harsh, cough-triggering vapor when burnt. On the other hand, the smoke has a tropical scent on the exhale, a hashy taste masks that.
Tropical Tang will take several minutes to detect the effects entirely. When the height rises, both barrels are held, concurrently acting on the consumer’s mind and body. Initial signs such as dizziness, euphoria, and a pounding sense can be disorienting. The unexpected desire to sit or sleep simultaneously will cause the consumer’s emotions to jump from one to another. Over time, this early intensity transforms into a holistic liberation, with positive physical and mental effects. Couch-lock becomes common, as are deep, creative thoughts; just don’t hope to be capable of standing up to enable faster tasks.
Patients who use medicinal marijuana will benefit from the therapeutic effects from Tropical Tang fem in various ways. It can assist individuals with coordination issues in concentrating on a single task. Its mood-altering products can temporarily relieve mild symptoms of depression and stress. Physically, these anti-inflammatory effects can help to reduce discomforts like headaches and nausea regularly. Tropical Tang is not approved for paranoia patients or those immune to THC because it begins with specific thought processes.
The most noticeable side effects of smoking Tropical tang include a dry mouth and a headache. Any new marijuana users may feel disorientation, dry eyes, anxiety, and paranoia due to smoking this bud in large doses.
Tropical Tang has big, chunky flowers with a tapered, spade-like shape that makes it stand out. The buds are thick and closely packed and have a distinct indica structure. The leaves are a light green color and have a plethora of rust-colored furs. The Tropical Tang flowers are often wrapped in amber-colored trichomes, which give the leaves a faint yellowish tint.
When grown indoors, Tropical Tang flowers in 8 to 9 weeks and can harvest throughout late September once developed outdoors. It yields just 32 to 1 to 1.3 oz/square foot, giving growers an average return on their investment.