About Purple Tangie
Sometimes people are skeptical of the next latest and greatest thing, but in the case of Purple Tangie, this newer bud is worth all the chatter. She won Best Medical Sativa Concentrate at the 2016 High Times Cannabis Cup in Los Angeles thanks to her mysterious breeders and is a cross between Tangie and an unknown member of the Purple family.
Users who appreciate consistency will no doubt love Purple Tangie, as she regularly clocks in between 20% and 22% THC. Her nugs are quite piecey and small but make up for it with vibrant red pistils and large white trichomes. Those who love the classic Purple flavors will really dig this bud, as a blend of berries, spice, and grapes practically make your mouth water.
If you’ve thought about giving up your morning coffee, Purple Tangie would make an ideal replacement. Your high will begin with a rush of energy like nothing you’ve ever felt before, and while productivity will be at its highest potential, you’ll also feel an increased desire for social interaction. This bud puts a smile on your face that stays there and causes fits of giggles before her buzzing indica side runs through your veins. Users find they will be relaxed yet aren’t sedated in the slightest.
Going through the day with chronic pain is exhausting, and sometimes it’s hard to wait until the evening time to deal with various ailments. That’s where Purple Tangie comes in like a superhero, letting you start the day off on the right foot. This bud is easily able to help with stress and depression as well as muscle spasms, generalized pain, and more. If you struggle with fatigue and just need a little extra something to help you get through your day, this bud’s for you.
Purple Tangie isn’t for the faint of heart when it comes to home cultivation, as this plant has some pretty specific requirements in order for her to thrive. It prefers Mediterranean climates and will need topping in order to manage her growth. Although an outdoor environment is best, assuming you don’t live in Alaska, this strain can still grow indoors. After 10 to 12 weeks with regular attention and care, you’ll end up with a fairly large yield.