Mango Kush Strain
Mango Kush is so named because the smell and taste of the Indica dominant strain are reminiscent of Mangoes, with a slight hint of pineapple. Mango Kush is a 65% Indica dominant strain but also features powerful Sativa effects, and is known to make people more talkative and sociable. The THC content of Mango Kush is quite low, between 12-16%, making it the ideal social strain as it is not powerful enough to send users to sleep unless taken in large quantities. The effects of Mango Kush last longer than 2 hours and it is a very useful strain for those suffering from any types of eating disorder, as it will induce the munchies. While the effects are balanced it is not a strain for use in the morning and is better suited for evening usage. The buds are covered with orange pistils and are very dense. The plant has an average growth height of between 2-5 feet. Flowering is 9-11 weeks and is a favorite with both indoor and outdoor growers. The most common attributes of this strain are happiness, relaxation, and euphoria. The buds have thick shiny trichomes which are evident when the bud is broken apart. The plant looks incredible with its Purple features and shiny crystals. It is a small plant that is very easy to grow and suited for first-time growers, with yields that are quite high for little effort or attention. The parentage of Mango Kush is debated, though some suggest it most likely comes from a mix of Hindu Kush and Mango.
Why do Patients Use Mango Kush?
Mango Kush is most often used for the treatment of pain, insomnia and eating disorders. Mango Kush is also commonly recommended for Nausea. It does not provide enough of an uplift to be truly effective for the treatment of depression as its energetic effects are short-lived and outweighed by its Indica qualities. The CBD content of Mango Kush is reported to be in the vicinity of .3%, definitely not enough to treat any serious seizure-related illnesses which CBD is renowned for. For serious cases of chronic pain, it may not be potent enough and stronger Indicas are recommended.
Medical Uses of Mango Kush
Side-Effects of Mango Kush
Information about Mango Kush
65% Indica 35% Sativa
Unknown, possibly a mix of the Hindu Kush and Mango.
Mango Kush has a rating of 8.3 on the stoned meter.
THC content of Mango Kush is between 12-16%.
Breeder of Mango Kush unknown.
The long flowering time between 9-11 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
A strain that grows well both indoors and outdoors, though best in an indoor Sea of Green Setup. Because plants are small only a small space is required.
Mango Kush reaches a height of 2-5 feet.
Mango Kush generates a high yield, above 500 grams per square meter.
Mango Kush is an easy strain to grow suitable for first-time growers.
Prune and trellis diligently to help keep the plants happy and healthy. It’s best to keep Mango Kush between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Mango Kush plants handle colder nighttime temperatures well but do poorly with heavy rains while flowering