Tangerine Kush



Multiple varieties of Tangerine Kush exist on the cannabis market, each with its own genetic lineage and effects.

Tangerine Kush By Rare Dankness

Tangerine Kush is a cross of Tangerine Haze and Rare Dankness #1 from, you guessed it, the breeders of Rare Dankness. The strain features a flavorful blend a tart orange and kushy spice highlighted by a citrus terpene profile.

Tangerine Kush By Exotic Seeds

Tangerine Kush is a mix of MK-Ultra, Blueberry, and a phenotype of New York City Diesel created by the team at Exotic Seeds. Per the breeders, the strain has a spiced fruit and earthen flavor profile.

Top reported effects

  • Relaxed
  • Sleepy
  • Hungry

Top reported flavors

  • Citrus
  • Grapefruit
  • Orange

Grow information

Tangerine Kush from Rare Dankness grows tall and lanky and flowers quickly, typically in eight-to-nine weeks. The strain produces average sized yields of dense, pale green buds with red-orange pistils and a thick layer of trichomes.

Tangerine Kush by Exotic Seeds develops long, branchy growths, making it a good candidate for Sea of Green (SOG) whether it’s cultivated inside or outdoors. The pale green buds clump together at each plant node and are ready for harvest in nine-to-10 weeks or September. The cultivar also produces a lot of resin and has an average-to-high yield, making it a good choice for extractors.


Rare Dankness

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