Lineage: Mango X Hindu Kush
Flowering Time: 9 – 11 weeks
Height: 4 – 5 feet
Yield: 400 g/m2
Growing Difficulty: Easy – Moderate
This is an indica-dominant strain formed by crossing Mango and Hindu Kush. It provides tropical scent where its name came from. It has plenty of trichomes that cover the plants and easily get the attention of people. The leaves are lime green in color, with orange hairs, and have nugs just like a mango. It combines the sweet scent and tropical fruit and with a banana undertone.
You will experience a heavy hitting smoke with a mellow effect that you can feel right away. There would be a strong body high and will eventually wrap your mind in euphoria. This is not suitable for daytime use but can be helpful when dealing with headaches and migraines.
Using it at night can help you fall asleep which can be a good treatment for people who are suffering from insomnia. It can also be used in getting rid of stress and anxiety, and can reduce inflammation. You will also find it effective in stimulating your appetite if you want to treat eating disorders like anorexia.
You can grow the strain for both indoor and outdoor environment and can perform well in soil and hydroponics. You have to maintain proper air circulation by clearing out the lower branches. It also requires larger space so you have to be very careful if you are planning to grow it indoors because this can be a little tricky.
It produces a strong body stone and euphoria that can last for 1 to 2 hours.
It can make users more open and talkative.
It has a heavy effect but with a mellow hit.
It can be considered a “munchies” strain because it can be used to calm nausea and induce appetite.
It can also work in relieving chronic pains and aches as well as reducing inflammation.
The strain can also help you cope up with stress and anxiety.
It can put you to sleep useful to people who have insomnia.
The strain can cause dry mouth and dry eyes and some users can possibly experience anxiety, dizziness, and paranoia.
Growing Mango Kush Tips:
It requires proper air circulation for best results which is why it is necessary that you clear out the lower branches of the strain.
It can grow best in places with a temperature of 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit and with a humidity of 50 percent.
It can grow well for both indoor and outdoor environment using soil and hydroponics and can finish flowering from 9 to 11 weeks.
It prefers larger space which is the reason why growing it indoors can be tricky.
It is resistant to molds, has a short flowering period, and can provide large yields.