Tina Marijuana Strain Information

Tina Marijuana Strain Information

Tina is an indica-dominant hybrid bred at Exotic Genetix. This strain won the High Times SoCal Harvest Cup in 2017, taking 1st place home. It is known for its potent effects and strong aroma. It smells acrid, like a pure, recently opened tank of jet fuel, and has some earthy notes. The plant boasts exhibits colorful purple buds that are covered in sticky resin and orange hairs. It can help treat stress, cramps, inflammation, insomnia and pain. Tina strain is recommended for evening use.

Tina’s buds are typically colored dark green or deep purple, with bright fuzzy hairs to accent their shape. In addition to these bright hairs, users are often impressed with the resin-like layer of trichomes covering the bud. Expect these nugs to grow short and dense, much like any other Indica bud. The aroma that Tina gives off is one of pure pungency. Many have described the scent of a freshly cracked open package of Tina to smell like a container of jet fuel mixed with dirt. When burned, the flavor is almost the same as the aroma, but it isn’t nearly as harsh as one would expect.

With a THC level averaging 19% and testing as high as 22%, Tina is quite a potent high for users of all experience levels. On exhale, a tingly sensation spreads from the back of the neck up and down the spinal column spreading through the extremities. As you feel your mind expand and begin chasing down the answers of questions you haven’t yet thought of, your body experiences relaxation at the ultimate level. Although your mind will feel incredibly energetic and focused, your body will most likely be glued to whatever you’re sitting on. Tina provides many with an unusual opportunity to expand their mind while also maintaining peak physical comfort and relaxation. This makes it great for those who suffer from chronic pain, inflammation, and arthritis. As time progresses and the episodes on Netflix fly by, you will eventually become sleepy and will likely find yourself on a journey to dreamland. If you’re someone that suffers from insomnia, Tina might be worth looking into.

Tina weed received from its parent strain, Triple OG, a pure pungent aroma, a little bit earthy spicy coffee with a noticeable hint of chocolate and dank herbs. Tina’s buds produce spicy chocolate flavor on the inhale and rich coffee when breathed out.

Triple OG

Triple OG, also known as “Triple Kush,” is an indica dominant hybrid strain (80% indica/20% sativa) created through a three-way cross of the infamous Triangle Kush X Contantine X Master Yoda strains. This bud takes all of the classic effects of its celebrity parents and amplifies them, giving a super relaxing high that’s surprisingly perfect for getting calmed down rather than amped up. You’ll feel a slight increase in happiness at the onset of the high before a heavy physical buzz comes settling in, leaving you totally couch-locked and calm before you fully drop off into an absolutely immovable state. In combination with its high 20-30% average THC level, these effects make Triple OG perfect for treating those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, effects of cancer or chemotherapy, chronic pain, arthritis and PMS or cramps. This bud has a sweet and sour herbal citrus flavor that turns to heavy pungent diesel upon exhale. The aroma is of earthy pungent diesel with a spicy overtone that turns super sour as the nugs are burned away. Triple OG buds have oversized and super heavy minty green nugs with dark olive green leaves, thin orange hairs and a coating of dark purple-tinted crystal trichomes.

Effects generally are described as relaxing from head to toe, but may cause a foggy mindset that leads to sedation.


Tina is regarded as a pretty potent strain because it is rich in THC level, ranging between 19%-22%. The high begins with a slight tingling feeling in the back of the neck up and down the spine spreading through the extremities. An initial head high includes rapid thinking, reflection, and a little euphoria. Then, later, the Indica begins to show up. While your mind flies up somewhere, your body remains motionless because the couch lock is guaranteed. Therefore, we advise you to smoke Tina strain before bed, creating a pleasant atmosphere for yourself. It is also great for those who suffer from insomnia, myalgia, inflammation, and arthritis.

May Help Relieve

Because of its wide variety of effects, Tina weed is suitable for assisting with a number of medical ailments, conditions, and symptoms. Overall, Tina is considered most suitable for helping with those who are suffering from stress, cramps, and inflammation.

Side Effects

Unsurprisingly, the most common side effects that have been reported from Tina marijuana include stress, cramps, and inflammation. If you are experiencing these effects, be sure to stay hydrated and drink plenty of fluids.

About Tina seeds

The Tina strain is an indica dominant strain and has a low THC level. This strain has CBD levels which are pretty low. Tina has genetics related with StarBud . Tina will grow into a fine marijuana plant with a great yield. Growing Tina seeds is fun and with the right info anyone can cultivate this cannabis plant, the Tina has an average flowering time.

There is no seedbank selling Tina seeds, as soon as we know a shop which are selling Tina seeds, we will post it here.

Grow information


Tina’s cultivation requirements are a mystery, though it is said to be a sativa-characteristic plant that grows tall with long, purple fan leaves. The strain may require structural support for its narrow branches and massive, dense buds. Tina flowers in 56 to 63 days indoors, producing heavy yields in ideal conditions.

Tina is unavailable as seeds or clones.

Cannabis Strain Summary

User rating5 / 5
THCUnder review
CBDUnder review
FlavorsEarthy, ,
EffectsFocused, Energetic, Euphoric
May RelieveStress, Cramps, Inflammation
Side effectsStress, Cramps, Inflammation

We hope you have found this Tina review to be not only enjoyable but also educational and informative.

It’s important to remember that the consumption of Tina marijuana – or any kind of marijuana – is the sole responsibility of the user, and discretion should always be taken.

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  1. Kevin Mills

    I dig this strain. An initial head high includes rapid thinking and a little euphoria. Then, later, the indica begins to show up. Prepare for couch-lock. Time-dialation and auditory enhancement make music in headphones a good partner for Tina. Smoke is pretty thick and tastes like some sort of berry. Potent smell and left me “stuck” and stoned lol. Left me feeling Baked which is perfect for anxiety!

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