Taste profiles for Medical Cannabis: A Review of Five Factors

Cannabis contains over 500 chemicals, including 60 cannabinoids unique to the plant genus Cannabis. The cannabinoids interact with the body through the endocannabinoid system, a ubiquitous endogenous bio-system. The endocannabinoid system regulates physiological processes such as pain sensation and mood and mediates our psychoactive response to cannabis.

When patients report different experiences from similar doses of medical cannabis, five prominent taste profiles can be discerned. This article describes a concept for patients and physicians to classify, compare, and contrast medical cannabis based on its taste profile.

The Smol Differences between Cannabis Edibles and CBD Edibles - The Stone
The Smol Differences between Cannabis Edibles and CBD Edibles – The Stone

Those taste profiles for medical cannabis are:

  • Flavor: Exceptional, with the rating arrow climbing continually
  • Smokability: Good
  • Aftertaste: Good
  • Comfort: Exceptional; with another arrow climbing continually
  • Experience: Exceptional, same unique arrow pattern

This was a delightful profile if the taster had to say so himself. It’s not expected that a “smokable” and “comforting” smoke gets such excellent ratings for flavor and aftertaste. The same unique arrow pattern emphasizes the notion that this is a perfect smoke.

Based on the tasting notes, it’s easy to envision how many patients might like this variety.

I prefer it over several other popular types because of its consistency and nearly perfect flavor profile. Each bowlful I smoked was cool and smooth, going down with a whole body feel, and it got me medicated as well.

I tend to like the Indicas more than some Sativas; they have a sedative effect on me so I feel sleepy or “high” from them. Consequently, my tolerance rises quickly with Sativa strains; and I experience paranoia or anxiety if I smoke too much of them. In this case, that is why the duration of effect is cited as “short.”

I never really felt like a doobie was enough

Cannabis Class The Difference Between Indica & Sativa - The Stone
Cannabis Class The Difference Between Indica & Sativa – The Stone

I always wanted another pipe in short order. The strain may be considered “stacking friendly” and popular with those who enjoy long-term pain relief or treatment for insomnia.

While on vacation, I smoked a few bowls in the morning and again at night. I found it worked well for helping me sleep if I took a few minor hits before bedtime. This is not an end-of-day smoke, but you could probably get away with smoking a little bit of “Tangie” later.

Overall, this is a highly satisfying and pleasant variety.

Its flavor profile is unique, and it aims to please most palates. The high THC content helps assure that the effects will be powerful; it could lead to some couchlock for those who smoke too much of it in one sitting.

I claim no expertise in this area, but the combination of THC and CBD has medical benefits for problems like:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Pain management
  • Appetite stimulation.

The high THC content makes it the best choice for robust relief conditions.

Although there is not much information about “Tangie,” I’ve heard from reliable sources that this strain is a “killer” for appetite stimulation. Moreover, the high THC content will help relieve pain and depression, although it may not be the best choice for patients prone to anxiety or paranoia.

One of my colleagues informed me that he smoked some of this strain during cycle 2 of his chemotherapy (5-FU/leucovorin) treatment.

The Math of Cannabis How Many Grams Are in a Pound Of Cannabis - The Stone
The Math of Cannabis How Many Grams Are in a Pound Of Cannabis – The Stone

He didn’t notice much nausea relief from the chemo drugs but could eat a good breakfast without any problems afterward. He also says that his appetite was significantly increased–and he felt very comfortable and relaxed for most of the day after smoking it one morning before work.

None of this is intended as medical advice–I’m just stating my opinion based on what I’ve experienced and heard from others. I would welcome any input from any medical professionals who might like to comment about the disease treatment applications of this strain.

May “Tangie” be a blessing and bring comfort to many suffering patients!

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