Sour Tangie | Strain | Quebec

aka Sunva

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Cannabinoids
    thc 17,5%
  • Calming 97% 97%
  • Energizing 3% 3%

Effects

Feelings

  • Energetic 43% 43%
  • Uplifted 53% 53%
  • Happy 56% 56%
  • Creative 36% 36%
  • Euphoric 43% 43%

Helps with

  • Depression 32% 32%
  • Stress 31% 31%
  • Anxiety 19% 19%
  • Fatigue 18% 18%
  • Pain 15% 15%

Negatives

  • Dry mouth 17% 17%
  • Dry eyes 9% 9%
  • Anxious 5% 5%
  • Dizzy 4% 4%
  • Headache 2% 2%

DNA Genetics’ Sour Tangie is an 80% sativa cross between East Coast Sour Diesel and Tangie. Sour Tangie brings together the classic Sour Diesel aroma with Tangie’s creative, elevating buzz and strong citrus overtones. This sativa has two different phenotypes that express either Sour Diesel or Tangie bud structures and effects. Sour Tangie grows quickly in its vegetative cycle and finishes flowering in 9 to 10 weeks indoors.

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