Taffie Strain

Taffie

About

Taffie StrainTaffie is a strain made of an evenly balanced combination of Tangie and La Affie strains, hence the name. It is among the most popular hybrid for many users since it is from a family with a 50% Sativa and 50% Indica. The 50/50 hybrid by Crocket Family Farms offers instant effects, which means that you will feel the leaning effects of Taffie that slams into your mind as soon as you exhale. This will be followed by rushing and energizing euphoric effect.

Therefore, the most important property associated with this strain is sparkling mental focus and creativity. Once the high feeling wanes, you are left with a relaxing body high that leaves you physically sedated while your mind flows with artistic vision.

The strain comes with a very herbal and spicy aroma with a sour citrus overtone and increasing pungency as the nugs are burned. It has an herbaceous and tangy-citrus flavor that remains on your tongue for some time.

With the high THC level and potent effects, Taffie is highly recommended for treating conditions such as chronic stress, migraines, depression, appetite loss, and chronic pain. Taffie strain is ideal for both evening and daytime usage.

Strain Type

Taffie is an evenly balanced hybrid strain with 50% Sativa / 50% Indica. The strain has 11% THC and 0.02% CBD.

Origin

As mentioned above, Taffie strain is a cross between Tangie and La Affie strains.

Effects

Taffie is a strain with a high level of THC and overwhelming well-balanced effects. Besides, it also has a sweet, natural taste that appeals to almost all its users. The bud contains terpenes that offer an uplifting and energetic high rather than a relaxing and sedating high associated with other strains with high THC amounts.
Therefore, Taffie effects leave the user with a relaxed, euphoric feeling without making you feel sleepy. This makes the bud perfect for both daytime and evening use.

Positive Effects

Patients have reported the following positive effects with Taffie strain:

  • Relaxation
  • Euphoria
  • Uplifting
  • Feeling Happy
  • Enhances Creativity

Negative Effects

Commonly reported side effects of consuming Taffie as reported by patients include the following:

  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mounth

Treats

Medical Benefits of Taffie

Taffie strain is a hybrid of two strains with high amounts of THC and terpenes. Therefore, the strain has great potential to treat numerous medical conditions.

Patients reported that Taffie was able to treat the following medical conditions:

Terpenes

Terpene Profile

Terpenes are essential oils that work synergistically with cannabinoids to enhance their effectiveness. The aromatic organic compounds hold numerous medical benefits and strengthen your “high.” Terpenes work together with cannabinoids in the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the body to modulate and boost the effects of one another. Therefore, terpenes can either decrease or increase the effects of THC as well as other chemicals that interact with the body’s ECS.

Apart from enhancing the effects of cannabinoids in the body and their medical benefits, terpenes give Taffie strain its natural flavor. Taffie strain contains a great balance of terpenes including Caryophyllene, Humulene, Limonene, Myrcene, Terpinolene, Beta-Pinene, Linalool, and Ocimene.

Myrcene

Myrcene is one of the most common terpene in cannabis strains though it is not found in hemp textiles. The terpene has a smell that is similar to cloves. It is a powerful antibiotic, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory. It acts in synergy with THC to increase the psychoactive potential.

Moreover, the terpene blocks the action of aflatoxin B, cytochrome as well as other pro-mutagenic carcinogens. It also offers calming, sedative, antispasmodic and relaxing effect.

Caryophyllene

Caryophyllene is well known for its spicy flavor and its therapeutic effects. It is an effective remedy for toothache and a local analgesic and anti-inflammatory. Besides, it has anti-fungal properties and selectively activates the CB2 (Cannabinoid 2) receptors.

Limonene

Limonene is responsible for the typical citrus smell that is found in Taffie strain. This family of terpenes has antibacterial, anticarcinogenic and antifungal properties. It also prevents RAS gene deterioration, which leads to the development of tumors. Therefore, it protects against the carcinogen in the smoke and Aspergillus.

It also increases systolic pressure almost instantly as it easily and quickly penetrates the blood-brain barrier. Thus, Limonene is used to improve mental focus, sex drive, attention, and well-being and sometimes it is used to treat anxiety and depression. It also stimulates the immune system and reduces the unpleasantness of gastric acid.

Alpha and Beta-Pinene

Pinene is a local antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and expectorant and bronchodilator. Helps improve the memory as it acts as an inhibitor of Acetylcholinesterase, which prevents the destruction of molecules that transmit information.

Linalool

This compound has a floral smell that is similar to spring flowers and lavender. It produces a sedative effect and has a calming action, which makes it efficient anxiolytic. It also has anti-epileptic and analgesic properties.

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  • Overall – 3 out of 5
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  • enjoyable, yet a bit slughish for daytime in my opinion. I find myself easily distracted from my intended. It has a slow-ish initial kick to it with nice endourance. It created confusion and lack of focus when combined with sativa however that provided no beneficial enhancement to the high. I has a decent effect on pain however not quite as much as I’d hoped for. It has a great effect on anxiety. It works fairly well to help me sleep provided I smoke it a while before bedtime rather than at bedtime. It doesn’t have a whole lot of smell in my opinion.
Eric on Jun, 01st 2019 – 03:12:24 AM