Mar 082012
 March 8, 2012

Tangerine HazeTangerine Haze

There are tons of ways you can alter the smell of a strain after harvesting, but if you’re looking for something more au naturel, you need to find a plant that has distinctive terpenes. These are the compounds that give each plant’s oils its specific scent and are a key way for patients to identify a jar that they’ve never seen before. Just sniff Tangerine Haze at Denver’s Herbal Remedies, a truly unique strain that not only gives the perfume of a bag of Cuties Clementines, but leaves that citrus pungency all over your fingers as you break it up.

Grinding up a gram was enough to Febreze the office. A combination of G13, NYCD and Haze, the sometimes racy sativa haze buzz is perfectly balanced by the confident euphoria of G13 and Diesel. What’s perhaps the most distinct about this CBD-heavy strain is the structure: foxtails like you rarely see stretching out in every direction.

While the body buzz can be substantial at times, patients should get the most out of this Tangerine Haze in the morning. Just like a cup of O.J.

Article from Culture Magazine and republished with special permission



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