A Tart and Tangy Temptress
It takes something seriously special to stand shoulder to shoulder with the market’s heaviest hitters – something special being exactly what instant-hit Tangerine Autoflower is.
A fourth-generation descendant of Ch9 Aroma, this Sativa-dominant hybrid combines a whopping 22% THC content with a generous 2% CBD content. True to her name, the fragrance is dominated by sweet and sour citrus scents, coupled with tropical notes of pineapple and mango. Throw a short flowering time and generous yields into the mix and it’s easy to see why this herb immediately found her way onto the radar of today’s selective cannabis connoisseur.
The effects are just as sharp and lively as the fragrance, delivering the kind of energizing uplift you need for a stellar wake and bake. The quintessential daytime strain that keeps you productive, positive and proactive indefinitely, Tangerine Autoflower is an irresistible outing in every sense of the word.
As if all this wasn’t enough, she's also easy as pie to grow and resilient enough to deliver the goods indoors or out. Generous yields, compact plants and the most intoxicating fragrance - Tangerine Auto is an award-worthy specimen that’s earned her place in commercial cannabis history books.
Flavor and Fragrance of Tangerine Autoflower
For the most part, it’s the unique terpene profile of this aromatic strain that gives her such epic appeal. High in myrcene, pinene and caryophyllene, Tangerine Autoflower packs the kind of sweet and sour citrus punch that immediately makes the mouth water. Tropical fruits hit the nose in waves, backed by moist earth and delicious dankness that intensify when the buds are broken.
The flavor profile follows all of the above to the letter, pleasing the palate with buckets of juicy mangoes, pineapples and citrus fruits. There’s a tiny hint of spice hovering in the background, but not nearly prominent enough to take away from the smoothness and freshness of the smoke.
Fruity-earthy flavors linger after the exhale, making it impossible to resist going back for more. Though as a strain with a THC content of around 22%, proceeding with caution during the first few hits is advisable.
One hit of Tangerine Autoflower and it’s immediately clear which side of the scale she leans towards. Not that the overall effect isn’t balanced – it’s just that the Sativa effects are far more pronounced. Anything but a creeper, the high gets to work practically instantaneously. Not in an overwhelming capacity, but more than enough to give you a clear taste of what’s to come.
The immediate feeling is one of motivation and positivity, firing you up for whatever lies ahead. It’s a little like that first essential cup of coffee in the morning, only with a much more prominent punch and none of the nervous energy. Tangerine Autoflower puts a smile on your face, a song in your heart and a welcome dose of pure positivity into your day. Hence, this herb's connotations with a supremely enjoyable wake and bake.
While there is a slight Indica edge to the experience, it’s nowhere near ‘narcotic’ enough to slow you down. If anything, it helps you remain positive, productive and focused – a warm and soothing sensation that makes you feel fantastic from head to toe.
Control your intake and this cannabis can be a fantastic daytime smoke for all occasions – even when productivity and professionalism are called for.
Still, it’s always worth exercising caution when toying with a 22% THC strain. Irrespective of how much you think you can handle, it’s best to step back at least one or two tokes before you reach your limit. Likewise, anyone with a low THC tolerance or minimal experience with daytime weed will need to approach this stuff with caution.
Medical Uses of Tangerine Autoflower
The medical applications of this Sativa-heavy strain are almost exclusively psychological/cerebral in nature. The physically relaxing properties aren’t enough to have much of an effect on aches, pains, stiffness and so on, though CBD content of up to 2% can assist with some physiological conditions.
In any case, this is the kind of strain you turn to when in need of an energizing and optimistic mental uplift. Which is precisely what it provides in a matter of seconds, getting to work on common conditions like depression, anxiety, stress and all sorts of mood disorders in no time.
This can also be a great strain to turn to when struggling with chronic tiredness, lethargy or simply the aftereffects of a poor night’s sleep. If you’re finding it difficult to get motivated or you’ve found yourself with a bout of creative block, you’ll find nothing better for bringing you back to your best in no time.
Tangerine Autoflower also has the potential to bring on relatively modest bouts of the munchies, though not the kind that’ll have you pigging out simply for the sake of it.
With THC content in the region of 22%, newcomers are advised to approach this potent Sativa-heavy hybrid with caution. An initial spell of mind-race isn’t out of the question, which may be difficult for uninitiated users to handle.
Growing Tangerine Autoflower Seeds
The effects of this hybrid are almost exclusively Sativa, though the plants themselves are more Indica in size. Which is, of course, nothing but a good thing – mature specimens rarely reach more than 100cm in height, with modestly dense foliage that requires basic pruning at best.
She's also an exceptionally speedy specimen, rarely needing more than 10 weeks to progress all the way from seed to harvest. The amount you’ll collect will depend on the conditions your plants are exposed to and whether you set up indoors or out, though have the potential to reach as high as 3oz of weed from every single plant.
The fragrance of a flowering Tangerine Autoflower plant is pronounced to say the least, though doesn’t have the quintessential cannabis stink that’s likely to arouse suspicion. Nevertheless, it’s still advisable to take odor-control into consideration, as keeping these immensely aromatic plants under wraps when they reach maturity is borderline impossible.
An undeniable superstar in the making, Tangerine Autoflower continues to attract critical acclaim from all corners. Combining exceptional aroma with a THC content of around 22% and up to 2% CBD, this pot's popularity in therapeutic and recreational cannabis circles is understandable.
Coupled with a fast and easy grow cycle with generous yields on offer, these buds are an irresistible prospect and a welcome addition to the top-shelf commercial cannabis scene.