The indica strain Mango has been around since the 1960s, but it evolved after being crossed with KC 33, resulting in the Mango strain we know today. When ready for harvest, this strain produces large buds with darker red and violet leaves. Its name is derived from its sweet mango smell and taste. Mango is a combination of the indica strain Afghani and the hybrid strain KC 33. It has an average THC level of 15-20%. The high from Mango induces relaxation, a sleepy mindset, and relief from aches and pains. It is best consumed in the evening or at night and can be beneficial for insomnia. Both inexperienced and experienced users can enjoy this strain for its taste. However, consuming too much may lead to brief episodes of paranoia or dizziness. For growers, Mango has a longer flowering period of nine to eleven weeks.
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My Review of the Mango Strain:
I have to say, I’m completely blown away by the Mango strain. From the very first puff, it’s like a tropical explosion in my senses. The aroma is simply divine, with strong fruity notes that transport me to a beachside paradise. The flavor is just as amazing, so smooth and sweet, like biting into a ripe, juicy mango. And let me tell you, the effects are mind-blowing. A wave of deep relaxation washes over me, melting away any stress or tension. It’s the perfect strain for unwinding after a long day. The Mango has definitely become one of my all-time favorites.