Tangilope Marijuana Strain

Sativa Dominant Hybrid Strain Sativa Dominant Hybrid 90% Sativa / 10% Indica

Tangilope is a heavily sativa dominant hybrid (90% sativa/10% indica) strain created through a cross of the infamous Tangie X Chocolope strains. This high-powered bud is most famous for its taste, which is said to be like eating a chocolate covered mandarin orange slice. The smell is very much the same, with a spicy sweet orange bouquet that has a pleasant spicy chocolate smell that emerges when the nugs are broken apart and smoked. The Tangilope high is one of creative stimulation and energy, making it perfect for a day that you need an extra boost to get through everything. The high starts with a cerebral rush to the head almost immediately after smoking that leaves you uplifted and euphoric with an overpowering case of the giggles. Despite this giggly state, you'll still be incredibly focused and creatively motivated with a sense of purpose and urgency. These strong sativa effects make Tangilope perfect for treating patients suffering from chronic fatigue, mild to moderate cases of depression, chronic pain, ADD or ADHD, and chronic stress. This bud has long pepper-shaped lumpy light minty green nugs with rich amber undertones and dark amber hairs and a frosty fine layer of tiny chunky white trichomes.
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Excellent head high. Like a rush on the brain. Definitely up for activity. Suppressed my appetite. For a sativa loving man, this strain is a winner 😎🌱💨

I got such a deal on this and had low expectations. To my great delight, it has been one of the best deals ever. The flavor is fine, and the high is my favorite kind, social, creative and gggly!

Amazing, off the hook strain!

Got the oil for my pen and I love the flavor and the high. So smooth and creative. Spot on review.

BEAUTIFUL bright green that is smothered almost completely by fiery orange hairs--at least when it's done right. A lot of these strain descriptions I don't agree with, or only part of most of them, but not many I agree with COMPLETELY, and this is one of those that I do agree 100% with. The high is SUPER-sativah-y strain complete with mental acceleration and stimulation, but ZERO racey paranoia-- at least not for me. And the smell and taste are just awesome! Like the beautiful lady that she is. I taste less the chocolate described in the strain info, but more the "Flavors" column to the right------> Citrus, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Spicy, AND Sweet-- it really is JUST like that! The "Aromas" column ------> is spot-on, too: Citrus, Earthy, Lemon, Spicy, Sweet. 100% all of those. I like all good herb, but I'm definitely more of a sativah man, and this strain is one of the best I have EVER smoked! It's right there with Jack Herrer, J1, Cali Orange, original Tangie, and Skunk #1. It reminds of me of KILLER buds I would come across ever so often when I was growin' up back in the 90's! And like most things, you just don't see that kind of QUALITY that much these days. This strain KILLS it!

Very dank. Strong flavor, good, clean high.

🍊🎆 Tangilope is hands down the tastiest strain ever. It has so much citrus going on you gotta wonder if they mixed tangerine zest with it. What a wonderful terpene composition. It is such a enjoyable smoke, even the bottom of a joint will still taste good. The high is mild and energetic. Perfect for social settings. It put me in a very good mood and I felt weightless. I recommend trying this strain anytime and if anything, just for the delicious taste and smell! a-Bisabolol: 0.031 mg/g, a-Humulene: 0.263 mg/g, a-Pinene: 0.722 mg/g, a-Terpinolene: 0.019 mg/g, b-Caryophyllene: 0.886 mg/g, b-Myrcene: 0.746 mg/g, b-Pinene: 0.648 mg/g, Limonene: 2.671 mg/g.

My favorite sativa. Smooth smoke, positive feelings, get stuff done or enjoy chatting with friends. Energetic but not anxiety inducing. Gentle drop off that left me in a good mood and alert.

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