Like other mostly sativa strains, Sour Tangie’s high takes hold relatively quickly. Initial signs of the strain’s action include a head rush that comes with an increased pulse around the temples and some possible flushing in the cheeks. Within minutes, these odd sensations die down, and consumers are immersed in an elevated mindset, marked by an increased intensity of thought. Thoughts may jump from one to another in a free association, while certain concepts or objects may seem to take on a new significance. This cerebral state can spell productivity under the right circumstances — motivated smokers may be able to work for an extended period on complicated analytical tasks as well as on more open-ended, creative projects.
A first inspection of flowers of Sour Tangie may pick up on some fruity, citrus notes. A second whiff, meanwhile, might detect a strong diesel aroma, picked up form parent strain ECSD. Grinding up or picking apart these leafy buds can release more of a hashy, sandalwood-like odor. When Sour Tangie is combusted, it burns with a smoke that is, unsurprisingly, sour, but also smooth and easy on the lungs. On the exhale, this aromatic smoke leaves behind a spicy, orange-tinged flavor.
Flavours: Earthy, Sweet, Woody
Effects: Happy, Relaxed, Euphoric
Medical Benefits: Pain, Nausea, Depression
$80 – $200