Mango Haze, a sativa-dominant hybrid, has gained a reputation for its delicious flavor and moderate to high potency.
The same Dutch breeders who gave you Super Silver Haze also created Mango Haze, a cross between Skunk, Northern Lights #5, and Haze.
This complex genus offers a one-of-a-kind euphoric high and alluring, tropical aroma. According to Analytical 360, the THC content of Mango Haze ranges from 9 to 19%.
The visual attractiveness of Mango Haze is the very definition of “love at first sight.” It features beautiful, long buds that are densely covered with flowers, much like giant pine cones.
A sativa plant, as seen by the shape of this bud. These buds are soft and fluffy, with a brilliant, rich green hue and hairy, copper-like pistils, and they can be easily removed from the main stem. The white-gold sheen of the flowers is reflected in the fine layer of translucent trichomes that cover each leaf of Mango Haze.
Properly cured flowers of the Mango Haze strain have a pungent citrus aroma, with flavors that are heavy on the mango and light on the skunk. To truly appreciate the rich and spicy aroma of Afghani landrace cannabis, however, the buds should be ground up and inhaled.
Mango Haze is not a standard sativa-dominant hybrid. It will take at least a few minutes after your last hit for the high to start showing effects.
The psychedelic effects of Mango Haze, however, are accompanied by a severe head buzz around the temples and eyes. Once a user is accustomed to this first disturbing feeling, they can unlock the full power of the Mango Haze strain.
The most frequently mentioned side effects are a powerful, daydreamy head high, a distorted view of time, and changes in sensory perception. Another effect of Mango haze is a boost in free-flowing creativity, which is great for brainstorming but less so for analytical activities.
When used properly, Mango Haze can also produce feelings of tranquility and euphoria after which the user may feel energized and ready to take on the day.
Mango Haze’s indica heritage makes its calming effects more noticeable once the high has set in, effectively dulling pain and relaxing the body as a whole. The ability to disappear into the background and let the world go by at your own pace is a wonderful perk of adopting this mindset.
The Mango Haze hybrid has many possible applications, including those for medical marijuana patients. This strain’s euphoric effects make it an effective weapon against stress, anxiety, and sadness. However, the little body high it produces may ease stomach upset, chronic pain, or both.
Mango Haze does not create circular reasoning, therefore anxiety and paranoia are not likely negative effects. Overconsumption of this strain is commonly accompanied by symptoms of dry mouth, itchy, red eyes, and an insatiable appetite.
You may get your hands on cannabis seeds of the Mango Haze strain online. The plant does best in a warm, humid setting, whether it be inside or out, and at daylight temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Usually, 9-11 weeks is all it takes for this strain to flower and then you may harvest it, at which point you can expect to have a yield of 42-51 grams.
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