All About Purple Tangie Weed Strain
The lineage of Purple Tangie remains blurry, not to say mysterious. It is a result of crossing between the Tangie and an unknown representative of a Purple family. The level of THC in cannabis ranges from 20 up to 22% which makes it more suitable for experienced users only. Tiny nugs are covered with red pistils and snow-white trichomes.
Purple Tangie Strain Effects
The high starts from a distinct energy boost that leads to increased productivity. That makes Purple Tangie a perfect choice for those who need to concentrate and work on a project that requires motivation and creativity. The weed also stimulates a desire for social interaction which makes it a good option for a smoke in a circle of friends.
The high is followed by giggles that guarantee an increased mood and un unwind after a workweek. The energy-boosting effect slowly shades into relaxation without causing too much sleepiness and fatigue.
That’s why users who deal with anxiety and chronic pain find it beneficial to smoke Purple Tangie in the morning to start the day from the right foot. Doctors often prescribe this strain to those patients undergoing muscle spasms, general pain, depression, and anxiety. It can also become an option for those who feel overall fatigue and lack of motivation.
The strain isn’t easy to grow in terms of home cultivation as it prefers a Middetereinian climate. It also requires a topping to manage the growth. Though outdoor cultivation is preferable, the cannabis can also be grown indoors, if all the specific temperature and light requirements are properly met. The flowering period ranges from 10 up to 12 weeks.