Mango Haze is a sativa-dominant hybrid, famous for its amazing flavor profile and moderate-to-high potency.
This complex genetic lineage results in an alluring tropical aroma alongside with a distinct, dreamlike high. According to lab testing results from Analytical 360, Mango Haze’s THC content ranges between 9% and 19%.
When it comes to the appearance, Mango Haze is a textbook definition of love from the first sight. Its magnificent, elongated buds are covered with flowers in a way that resembles oversized pine cones.
The bud structure is typical of a sativa strain. These soft, fluffy buds can be easily torn away from the main stem and have a bright shade of saturated green are threaded through with hairy copper-like pistils. When you examine Mango Haze closely, you will spot a layer of translucent trichomes covering the surface of these leaves, giving the flowers a remarkable white-gold sheen.
Properly cured flowers of the Mango Haze strain deliver a strong citrus aroma, with prevalent notes of mango underlined by a skunky-sweet odor. But if you really want to indulge your senses in the strain’s aroma profile, grind the buds up and cherish the rich and spicy aroma typical of the Afghani landrace cannabis.
Mango Haze is not your average sativa-dominant hybrid. The high won’t be noticeable unless several minutes pass from your last hit.
But when it reveals its trippy effects, Mango Haze brings about a cerebral sensation around the eyes and forehead. As the user adjusts to this odd feeling, this is where the Mango Haze strain unlocks its full potential.
Changes in sensory perception, the feeling of time alteration, and a strong, dreamy head high are the most commonly reported effects. In addition, Mango haze can trigger free-flowing creativity boost that may come in handy for brainstorming but not as good for more analysis-oriented work.
As the high goes deeper, this strain reveals its indica genetics by numbing pain and general bodily tension. Such a mindset allows you to melt into your surroundings and watch the world drift by as time passes in a lazy manner.
The Mango Haze marijuana hybrid can also have plenty of applications for medical cannabis users. The strain’s uplifting properties can effectively alleviate stress, anxiety, and curb depression.
Because Mango Haze doesn’t induce recursive thinking patterns, anxiety and paranoia are unlikely to occur. When consuming too much of the strain, you can expect some common side effects such as dry mouth, itchy, red eyes, and food cravings.
The seeds of this strain are available for sale online. The plant can be grown indoors or outdoors. But keep in mind that successful outdoor cultivation requires a semi-humid climate. With daytime temperatures ranging from 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. It usually takes about 9 to 11 weeks for the strain to flower and be ready for harvest. Yielding about 42 to 51 grams.