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Potency
NEWBIE SKILLED

Mango Tango Strain Review

THC
HIGH
HIGHEST
20%23%26%29%32%35%
CBD
LOW
MEDIUM
0%0.4%0.8%1.2%1.6%2%

Mango Tango is not only a very potent strain with THC reaching 20% but also tastes exactly like a mango mixed with orange or peach. Try it and it will get in your top buds of all time! If you are an Indica guy you’ll enjoy it just so much.


Mango Tango is not only a very potent strain with THC reaching 20% but also tastes exactly like a mango mixed with orange or peach. Try it and it will get in your top buds of all time! If you are an Indica guy you’ll enjoy it just so much.

History Of The Mango Tango Strain

A very powerful strain that has won awards and became  popular afterward. It was the winner of the SoCal Cannabis Cup in 2015 and its popularity skyrocketed from there. Right now, it’s one of the most famous strains and most demanded ones on the market. It’s an Indica dominant hybrid with 70%-30% in favor of indica and has a THC level between 23% and 25%, which is on the higher end of the spectrum.

How was the Mango Tango weed strain developed?

It was developed by Elemental Seeds by crossing the True OG with the offspring of Tangie and Peaches.

Tango Mango Lineage:

True OG x (Tangie x Peaches)

Marijuana Strain Mango Tango Effects

The tango weed has the effect of an uplifting buzz, which is great for the company. It also improves the mood and makes people social and giggle at anything said or done. Sometimes consumers turn very chatty as well. It’s one of the best party strains because it has the above-mentioned effects on the users. After the head high passes, a warm high settles down in the body, providing feelings of relaxation and stress relief.

Overall it’s a great strain for using with a group of friends as it’s able to make everyone feel happy, talkative, euphoric and giggly at first while relaxing your body after the initial head high.

Medical Appointments Of The Mango Tango Strain

Even though it’s not very rich with CBD, the body high it provides and the analgesic effects it has are helpful with a lot of aches and pains such as muscle tension, cramps, fatigue and so on.

It’s very helpful and often used to battle arthritis, chronic pain, insomnia, depression, loss of appetite, migraines, muscle spasms, PTSD, stress, tremors and many more.

Negatives of the MangoTango Strain

Among the negatives are:

  • dry mouth – 25%
  • dry eyes – 17%
  • paranoia – 14%
  • anxiety – 6%
  • dizziness – 6%.

Reasons For Choosing The Mango Tango Strain

This strain is excellent for social gatherings because it improves the mood and makes everyone happy and euphoric so it’s excellent for parties where you can share it with your friends. It’s also great and provides relief for people who have chronic pain issues and headaches while at the same time helping those with mood disorders who are feeling depressed.

Some other things that are relevant reasons to choose this plant are:

Looks

The plant has large dense and leafy green nugs that are surrounded with amber hairs and white trichomes.

Smell and aroma

The smell and aroma are similar to a tropical based perfume because of the citrus smell.

Flavor

The flavor just like the name suggests and it reminds of a mango with a minty pine backdrop.

Qualities

Based on a lot of user reviews, it is able to help people suffering from arthritis, chronic pain, migraines, headaches, muscle spasms, tremors, stress, depression, PTSD, insomnia and so on.

Who Should Choose The Mango Tango Strain?

A lot of users reported back that this plant improves treats chronic pain, muscle spasms, headaches, migraines, arthritis, PTSD, stress, tremors, depression, insomnia, but it’s also popular among users that want to use it recreationally and enjoy an awesome time with their friends as this strain will make everyone happy and talkative, uplifting the mood of the entire group while later on provide a nice relaxing feeling.

Growers Thoughts

The Mango Tango grow reports show that it’s quite difficult to maintain and grow, especially for beginners so reconsidering if you’re just starting out is the best option. While it’s indica genes make it really sturdy and temperature resistant and humidity isn’t a big issue, it requires experienced hands to really give the best harvest. The mango tang is also quite good at resisting mold and mildew however it’s still thought of as a hard plant to cultivate. It can be grown both indoors and outside and give good yield in both settings. Indoors it usually produces around 19 ounces per one square meter with a flowering time of 8-9 weeks and outside, it would produce 19 ounces per plant somewhere around the middle of October.

Overall it’s a very generous plant if you take care of it properly and it’s profitable because of the high demand on the market.

How Popular Is It Among Growers?

It’s quite popular among growers because of the high demand on the market since it took 1st place in the SoCal Cannabis Cup in 2015. That, combined with the plant’s resistances, quite high yield and medium flowering time, makes this plant very popular among growers.

How To Grow It Yourself?

As we already mentioned, it’s quite hard to maintain for a novice, but if you’re an experienced grower, you’ll love this plant. It requires some extra attention to grow healthy and have a great yield. It doesn’t need to be in an environment with high temperature and humidity regulation as it is resistant to temperature fluctuations. It’s also resistant to mold and mildew, which growers really like about it. Regular watering and basic horticulture techniques are required for the plant to grow healthy and happy.

It can be grown both indoors and outside and it would take the plant about 8-9 weeks to flower indoors while outside it will flower somewhere in the middle of October.

Overall the plant is considered to be of hard difficulty for growing, which means you should have some experience when taking on this challenge.

The Mango Tango strain gives a great harvest of about 19 ounces per one square meter when grown indoors and around 19 ounces per one plant when grown outside, which is considered to be quite high.

Related And Alternative Strains

Mango Tango strain is related to the strains it’s developed from True OG, Tangie and Peaches, while some similar strains are: Skywalker OG, Cookie Monster, Trump OG, Zkittlez, White Widow and so on.

Summary

The Mango Tango strain is a plant of a powerful origin as it’s made from the famous True OG crossed with the offspring of Tangie and Peaches. It has risen in popularity after it won 1st place in the SoCal Cannabis Cup in 2015 and it’s been in high demand ever since.

With a THC level of around 22-25% it’s on the high amount of THC while the CBD levels of the plant aren’t very high. Regardless of the CBD levels being low, it’s often used in medicine to treat chronic pain, arthritis, headaches, migraines, stress, PTSD, depression, muscle spasms and many more. It’s perfect for social gatherings as it has the ability to uplift the mood of the entire group and make everyone more talkative and happy. After the initial head high it goes down through the body like a warm relaxing feeling that is able to relieve even the severest pain.

Growers love this plant because it’s in high demand on the market even though it’s hard to cultivate. The flowering time of 8-9 weeks also makes it great for growing because it’s not too long. The yield is also great at around 19 ounces per one square meter indoors and about 19 ounces per one plant when grown outside.

The cost of the seeds for growing is average at around $89 per 13 seeds and considering the many great effects and medical benefits it offers, it’s not expensive at all.

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Effects

Side Effects

Taste

Strain Cannabinoids
THC question mark
22.0 - 25.0%
CBD question mark
0.74 - 1.19%
CBC question mark
0.48 - 0.85%
CBG question mark
0.13 - 2.04%
CBN question mark
0.09 - 0.17%
THCV question mark
0.48 - 1.73%
Grow Info
Flowering time icon Flowering time
49 - 70 Days
Harvest time icon Harvest time
75 Days
Yield indoor icon Yield indoor
1 - 2 Oz/Ft² (~ 400 g/m²)
Yield outdoor icon Yield outdoor
2 - 3 Oz/plant (~ 550 g/plant)
Height indoor icon Height indoor
60-80
Height outdoor icon Height outdoor
90 >
Grow difficulty icon Grow difficulty
Moderate
Flowering type icon Flowering type
Photoperiod

User Reviews

  1. https://askgrowers.com/wp-admin/images/avatars/8.png
    Nora
    01.18.21

    As soon as I used the strain, my eyes started paining and my mouth turned dangerously dry, flaky lips and I looked like a Ghost. I suggest to choose something else.

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    Xu Chon
    01.17.21

    The joint was an instant favorite in the house! Smoke is a bit too much for the nose but effects are exhilarating! Truly boosts my mood.

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    Hemi
    01.17.21

    I couldnt stop talking! It felt good to speak the heart out, now I am lighter, better and my mood took an upward sour


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