Blonde Hash – Tropical Tang – 1 gram
Nice, creamy, soft and velvety in texture, our variety of blonde hashes will have you zoned out in bliss.
Blonde Hash takes over your cerebral nerves and gives you a delightful body high. Blonde Hash can help with the pain from migraines, depression, nausea, loss of appetite, and stress. Though old school, it still provides the same effects compared to those new strains in the market today making this old timer a force that still needs to be reckoned with. Without a doubt in our minds, Blonde Hash has still a place on its own in the marijuana scenery.
About Tropical Tang
Sometimes known simply as Tang, Tropical Tang is a sativa-leaning hybrid with a surprisingly complex flavour. With a memorable aroma and dynamic, long-lasting effects, Tropical Tang is a solid daytime smoke sure to impress cannabis newbies and veterans alike. True to their name, Tropical Tang’s flowers give off a tart, tropical-inflected scent similar to peach or apricot. Hanging out underneath these top notes of stone fruit is a rank, skunky odour. Grinding up these buds, meanwhile, gives off some strong fumes of diesel. Despite these harsh, dank aromas, Tropical Tang gives off a very smooth smoke when combusted. On the exhale, this smoke tastes like a combination of skunk and citrus.
Despite its predominantly sativa properties, the high that comes with this fruity strain is a true creeper and may require as many as 20 to 30 minutes before starting to work its magic. The wait is worth it, though, as Tropical Tang finally arrives with palpable feelings of euphoria and stimulation. Smokers may feel suddenly animated or chatty as their thoughts begin to veer in several different directions. Ideas or concepts may hold a new weight or fascination that they might not have when the consumer is sober. Furthermore, Tropical Tang’s cerebral power can illuminate associations between seemingly unrelated concepts, taking the smoker on a journey of free association. In the right set and setting, this mental engagement can be a good way to accomplish detailed, task-based work as well as inspire new solutions to problem-solving scenarios. Those feeling less productive can simply savor their own thoughts while running through mundane tasks like errands or house cleaning. This strain can also boost physical energy and can find a useful outlet for activities like exercise. Under the right circumstances — and with the right company — Tropical Tang can even make for a potent aphrodisiac.
Even as this formidable high wears on, its action remains in the head and tends not to taper off into physical sedation. As such, it may prove too jittery for relaxed, kicked-back solo activities like a binge-watching session. Instead, save this bud for a hang session with some close, like-minded friends who will be sure to appreciate Tropical Tang’s distinctive aroma. Because it is more upbeat and buzzy than relaxing, Tropical Tang is recommended for consumption as a wake-and-bake treat or for late morning through afternoon use.
Tropical Tang’s upbeat properties have a few different applications for medical cannabis patients. It can help those with attention deficit disorders to sustain focus on a single task. Its mood-altering effects can also temporarily improve mild to moderate stress and depression. Physically, some anti-inflammatory properties can soothe everyday irritations like headaches or cramps. Because its onset is associated with some cerebral patterns of thinking, Tropical Tang is not recommended for patients who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance.
1g per jar
Visual Characteristics of Good Hash
The appearance of hashish varies widely by type. Dry-sift is probably the most common type found in coffeeshops today; this type is produced by sieving the dry flowers so that the trichomes are separated out. The dry, trichome-packed powder that results is known as kief; it is then compressed to form hash.
Good-quality, pressed dry-sift ranges in appearance from light blondish-brown, soft, crumbly (almost “sandy”) in texture (for lightly-pressed hash), to dark-brown, shiny and hard (for heavily-pressed types). If looking at a hard, heavily-pressed form of dry-sift, it should still appear a lighter blondish-brown hue when cut open, and should become soft when warmed. Some dry-sift hashish, particularly of Lebanese origin, may be more reddish than blonde in appearance.