Tigers Blood is an indica-dominant hybrid strain (70% Indica/30% Sativa) generally considered to be a moderately potent, with THC levels from 15-25% on average, and lower CBD. Some report a slight spiciness or a pepper undertone in the aroma. The sweet, tropical taste has notes of berries along with a hint of earthiness. Tigers blood strain nugs are dense, with colorful hues, and lush green leaves, an attractive option for growers alike. May be helpful for managing anxiety, and depression.
Tigers Blood Strain Info:
The lineage is a phenotype of the classic OG kush marijuana strain cultivated by Virgin Seeds.
OG kush phenotype
Green buds are covered in orange hairs and a white thick layer of trichomes resin, which are the tiny glands that contain cannabinoids and give the nugs a crystalline look.
TASTE / SMELL:
Can also be complex and alluring. The smell can be reminiscent of a tropical paradise, with hints of floral or herbal notes that add to the depth of aroma. Taste of Tigers Blood weed is be smooth and pleasant. Flavor profile is a mix of berries, citrus, and tropical fruits, such as pineapple or mango.
Tigers Blood Strain Effects?
Balanced effects, offering a combination of relaxation and energy. It is often described as providing a euphoric and uplifting mood, followed by a sense of tranquility. Tigers blood weed cerebral high makes it a popular flower for those seeking inspiration or looking to unwind without feeling overly sedated. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effect so have some eye drops and drinks ready.
Helps to soothe muscle spasms, cramps, or general aches, For individuals dealing with mood disorders such as depression, although it’s important to note that cannabis should be used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional. These are suggestions and are not intended as medical advice.
Grown as an indoor or greenhouse clone, although it can also be cultivated outdoors in warm climates. Tigers Blood strain flowering time is 8-9 weeks with outdoor harvest coming in mid October. Inspect your plants for signs of pests, such as mites, aphids, or whiteflies, as well as diseases such as powdery mildew or botrytis. Growing marijuana indoors yields sixteen ounces per square meter with an outdoor yield of upwards of eighteen ounces per plant. Monitor the trichomes on the buds using a magnifying glass or microscope and harvest when they are mostly cloudy with a few amber trichomes. We advise consulting the cannabis community for more grow tips.