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The Tiger’s Milk strain is one that has great effects if you simply want to relax. This is not the wake and bake strain that helps you get a multitude of things done like that of Sour Diesel. The strain is truly amazing though as it comes from Bubba Kush lineage which is a strain that has stood the test of time. 

Below will highlight the information that you need to know about the Tiger’s Milk marijuana strain

Tiger’s Milk Strain Genetics

Is Tiger's Milk strain and Indica or Sativa?

Tiger’s Milk is a balanced hybrid of Appalachia and Bubba Kush. Expect to be fully relaxed while your pain melts away after a few hits. Those that suffer from insomnia will find quite a bit of relief as this strain can put your right to sleep. 

Appalachia strain has up to 18 percent THC with a great lineage. You can expect this Indica-dominant hybrid to give you a sense of sociability. There will be a hint of sedation as you relax but it will not be overwhelming due to the moderate potency. 

Bubba Kush is a staple in the cannabis community and is an Indica-dominant hybrid. This strain helps you relax and has up to 25 percent THC. 

Tiger’s Milk Weed Strain 

Tiger’s Milk is going to be difficult to grow regardless of where you are growing. You can expect 5 to 10 ounces per plant when growing outdoors. You can expect 0.5 ounces per square foot when growing indoors.

The biggest factor when it comes to yield is the lineage of the seeds you receive. You cannot overcome inferior seed genetics regardless of how great of a cultivator you truly are. Do not invest in seeds where you are unsure of the lineage or the source. 

Tiger’s Milk Strain Flowering Time

cannabis plant up close, tiger's milk strain

The flowering time of Tiger’s Milk is going to be 40 to 50 days. The buds are so beautiful as they are almost completely purple with dark green hues. The covering of trichomes is light as the purple huge dominates the appearance of this strain. 

Picking a strain to grow is not going to be an easy task as you have to match a strain to your climate. Tiger’s Milk is perfect to grow indoors as it is short and bushy when it grows. Taller plants can overshadow this strain which can lead to issues during the growing process.

THC Content Of Tiger’s Milk Weed

The THC percentage of Tiger’s Milk is 18 to 22 percent. This is a pretty potent strain although it doesn’t reach the potency of strains like Bruce Banner and Gorilla Glue #4. The strain is said to get you so high that some note effects that could be considered psychedelic. 

Finding that perfect potency for you will take a bit of time. You might find certain strains are far too potent while others sedate far too much for your liking. Others might give you too much energy that might lead to paranoia or anxiety. 

Flavor And Aroma Of The Tiger’s Milk Strain

The flavor of Tiger’s Milk is of coffee, hash, and earth. The aroma is of hash and earth. The terpenes in this strain are Geraniol, Pulegone, and Carene. 

Geraniol is present in so many different types of plants. The terp has a floral scent and antioxidant properties. Purple Punch and Strawberry Diesel are two strains with this rare terp.  

Pulegone can help reduce pain and even congestion. Strains with this less than common terpene include Stardawg and Motorbreath. 

Carene has the flavor/aroma of citrus and wood. The terpene can even promote quicker healing of bones. Strains with this powerful terpene include Blue Dream and Watermelon.

Tiger’s Milk Feminized Weed Seeds

Buying seeds then having them shipped by a seed bank is illegal. You do not want to deal with fines or a potential arrest simply to acquire seeds. The truth is that some banks will send the seed regardless of how illegal that it is. 

Finding reliable seeds might not be possible for certain strains in your local area. You do not want to try to acquire seeds in an illegal manner when you can easily to do legally. Getting a few different clippings from a healthy plant is something you can grow or use to trade with friend that you have made that grow. 

Price Of Tiger’s Milk Marijuana 

1/8th of Tiger’s Milk is going to cost $47 to $50. The full ounce is going to cost you around $340 to $360. You have to realize that certain cultivation companies charge far more than others for the same strain. 

The price is going to be impacted by so many variables that are outside of a consumers control. The important aspect to remember is that purchasing in bulk will always save you money per gram of marijuana. There are limits in some states as to how much product can be purchased in a period of time which you need to keep in mind. 

Medical Conditions Tiger’s Milk Can Help

Marijuana is a remedy for so many people suffering from a wide array of medical conditions. CBD and THC can both bring relief to a consumer in ways pharmaceuticals might struggle to do. Tiger’s Milk can help with the following medical conditions: 

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  • Anorexia
  • Chronic Pain
  • Depression
  • Inflammation
  • Insomnia
  • Migraines
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Stress

The CBD content in this strain tops out at 1.5 percent which is reasonable. Take the time to look at the various terpenes and cannabinoids in each product. You might find that there are certain terpenes that really bring you relief. 

Final Words On The Tiger’s Milk Marijuana Strain

Tiger’s Milk is not going to be the most common strain that you find at a dispensary. Growing the strain presents so many challenges that only expert growers should take this on. The high is worth investing in the strain is it has been said to be very unique. 

Tiger’s Milk is a strain that will live up to its billing. You always want a strain to deliver on what is promised. What is a strain that was so much better than you could have anticipated? 

Gavin Kushman. Cannabis strain writer in a cannabis garden
Gavin Kushman

Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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