All About Mango Cannabis Strain
The Mango strain is Indica marijuana that doesn’t have overpowering effects other strong strains have. It has a THC level of 15-19% which is quite average in comparison to the range of its competitors.
The strain was developed by breeding the KC 33 Indica cannabis with the original Mango cannabis that was available back then. It was then bred with Afghani in 1991 but the original strain dates back to 1960 when it was initially developed by a hippy. In 2002, the strain won an accolade in the High Times Cup for being 3rd in the Indica category. Then later in 2009 was featured as one of the best seeds for the same publication.
|Mango recommended as best daytime strain by Alex Pasternack, EVP of Binske. Read more about Binske in Grower Stories #4|
When you smoke Mango marijuana, the effects are quite balanced because you don’t get too energetic or very calm. Consumers who have tried it describe such effects:
You can also use Mango cannabis for medical reasons because of its relaxation and focus properties. Since its users derive positive vibes from this strain, some have used it to treat mental, mood, and physical conditions including:
- Mood swings
As you would expect, there are some negatives to this strain but they are no more than the usual side effects. They include experiencing dry eyes and mouth which is common among all strains. Another side effect you might experience is a slight dizziness and a little bit of paranoia. The side effects of using this cannabis strain are having a headache and fogginess.
Flavors and Fragrances of Mango Strain
The cannabis gives off a fruity aroma which consists of odors of mangoes, citrus fruit, and an earthy scent. When smoking this strain, the inhale will feel more like consuming dessert than smoking weed. There is also an interesting aftertaste that has hints of citrus fruit and the sour flavor of mangoes.
Information for Growers
Growers of this strain are quite satisfied because of its yield and the ease of growing it. The yield has large leaves and buds which impacts the revenue made with each and every plant. Some growers see it as a lot of work because the plants need to be supported as time goes on because they get heavy. When grown outdoors, it can have a yield of about 24 ounces per plant, which is a lot.
You can easily grow this strain without any hassles because beginners have the capability of doing so. It is not very complex; you just need to understand that when it gets heavy, it should be supported so that it grows efficiently and freely.
If you grow it indoors, there are fertilizers that should be purchased that will help keep the nutrients intact.
The yield is slightly affected when you grow it indoors because it is slightly as large as it would be when grown outdoors. Growing outdoors is quite a simple process if you have the seeds or cuttings. They can be procured from different retailers as they are easily available.