The Mango Kush marijuana strain tastes similar to the actual mango fruit, with a distinct kush flavor and hints of pine on the exhale. Its buds are covered with orange pistils and are described as very dense. The plant has an average growth height of 4-5 feet. Flowering is 9-11 weeks and is a favorite with both indoor and outdoor growers. The buds have thick shiny trichomes which are evident when the bud is broken apart. The smell and taste are the same and described as mango and banana. THC content has been measured up to 23% and CBD at 0.3%.
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Mango Kush is an Indica-dominant strain. Its strong flavors and aromas are reminiscent of the tropical fruit for which it is named, but it also carries a hint of banana.
Mango Kush has a THC count of up to 23% and averages around 10-12%. For most users, this strain kicks in immediately, producing both a strong body stone and euphoria. Many also find that this strain makes them more open and talkative. Occasionally, it can cause ‘the giggles,’ especially with higher doses or first-time use.
Mango Kush’s effects typically last for one to two hours. It is a classic ‘munchies’ strain, and many patients use it to calm nausea and induce appetite. This strain also causes drowsiness, usually starting halfway through the duration of its effects. Negative effects may include the usual cotton mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, dizziness, and anxiety.
It is not recommended for daytime use but can work wonders on chronic aches and pains, especially joint pain. Mango Kush relieves insomnia and may also ease headache and migraine. Patients also use it to reduce inflammation and treat stress and anxiety.
Mango Kush’s exact history is mostly unknown, but it likely comes from a cross between Mango, by KC Brains, and the famed Hindu Kush. Almost never growing taller than five feet, this strain grows well both indoors and out. It finishes flowering in nine to eleven weeks and often delivers a high yield of over 400 grams per square meter.