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The tropical goodness of Mango Kush is created by crossing Mango with the Hindu Kush. This fruity Indica sensation is known as a definite crowd-pleaser, especially for those who consume weed for its taste and aroma. Users are highly recommended to smoke this strain late in the evening as part of your dessert or night time snack. The mouthwatering flavors of this weed do bring the munchies. However, the 21% THC content delivers all the mental and physical effects.
Your Tropical Nightly Routine
Mango Kush Feminized Marijuana Seeds is an all-female mostly-indica cannabis strain with good yields up to 500 grams per plant outdoors. This is an early bloomer and will produce large buds with woody, earthy, mango, banana, and pine flavors. It’s calming, euphoric, hungry, sleepy, relaxing, and uplifting ideal for pain, anxiety, stress, and depression.
Mango Kush provides an overall calming sensation that is perfect for an evening smoke, especially right before you go to sleep. The mental influence you get from smoking this weed allows you to be uplifted and happy. Any activities become interesting, especially watching movies and listening to music. In higher doses, this weed can lead to couch-lock.
When grown in an indoor setting, this weed can take around nine weeks to flower and produce around 400 grams per square meter of yield.
Don’t be too shocked when you see large, softball-sized buds once this Mango strain reaches full maturity. It’s completely normal and to be expected. In fact, they have a similar appearance to Big Bud. Also, they’re colourful and coated in resin, yet somehow the aroma isn’t overpowering during the flowering cycle. Yet, when the buds are cut down and cured, watch out. The delicious tropical aromas will fill a room.
Mango produces a heavy full-body stone that takes you into a state of deep relaxation. So, it’s a wonderful strain to have after a long, tiring, or a stressful day at work because it calms the nerves and locks you on the couch. Try eating an actual mango before you smoke this strain. Since they both have high levels of the terpene, Myrcene the effects will be more potent and deeply sedative.
Mango is a highly admired strain for its tropical, fruity taste, its moderate levels of THC that are suitable for all types of smokers, and its quick flowering time. Those who grow it are blown away by it’s long, heavy buds and its subtle growing odour, making it easy to remain discreet.
Whether you want to grow the Mango strain indoors or out, it will fare well either way. It’s a sturdy and versatile plant with a short flowing cycle of 8 to 10 weeks. When growing outdoors anticipate an early harvest that comes around late September. This is a great yielding strain that can pump out a minimum of 400 grams per M2 but may reach up to 500 grams per M2 when grown outside. Because of the dominant Indica traits, the plant will reach medium heights, ranging from 100 to 180 cm tall.
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The Mango strain has a history that traces back to the 1960s. But its genetics were updated decades later by crossing Afghani with KC33. With THC levels ranging from 15 to 18% the stone on this strain is very nice with its dominant Indica effects.
The tasting notes match the name of this strain to a tee. When you smoke Mango the taste of berries and tropical fruits is prominent. The mango flavour is sweet, but not overly so. It’s more like an unripened mango that still has its defined mango taste, yet it also has slightly bitter and citrusy undertones.