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Robert Bergman

May 9, 2019

Mango Kush is another successfully engineered Kush variant, that is certain to tantalize you with both its aroma and flavors. This sweet hybrid is great for a night of being social with friends, as it will light you up with a positive energy that is sure to draw a crowd and keep you in good spirits all night.

The exact history of this hybrid is a bit of a mystery, however, it most likely a cross between a Hindu Kush and a Mango indica. Mango Kush represents the Kush lineage spectacularly, with its strong pungent scent and the giggle fits it induces.

Mango Kush’s THC levels are usually in the moderate levels, however, this doesn’t mean that this Kush isn’t of the potent kind. This hybrid is a highly recommended medical cannabis strain, because it is a great tranquilizer, that makes you feel light and happy and free of all your aches and worries.

Information about Mango Kush Strain:

ORIGIN Mango indica mixed with Hindu Kush
EFFECTS happy – 10
relaxed – 9
euphoric – 8
giggly – 8
uplifted – 7
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) dry mouth – 10
dry eyes – 9
dizzy – 3
paranoid – 3
headache – 1
FRAGRANCE earthy, fruity, mango, pungent
FLAVORS earthy, woody, spicy, herbalmango, sweet, tropical, fruity, pine
MEDICAL stress – 10
depression – 8
pain – 6
insomnia – 5
headaches – 4
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS 8-9 weeks
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS mid to late October
PLANT HEIGHT Short
THC CONTENT % 11%-20%
CBD % 0.30%
INDICA / SATIVA % 65% / 35%
INDOOR YIELD 14oz/ m2
OUTDOOR YIELD 16oz/ plant
CLIMATE warm outdoor climate with a lot of sunshine
GROWTH LEVEL easy
RESISTANCE TO DISEASE high

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest

Effects

This strain provides the perfect evening release you may be looking for at the end of a day. Mango Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid that can have a very light and happy effect on users, making you feel smiley and giggly and just ready for a nice and pleasant time.

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Mango Kush is a feel-good smoke, that will leave you feeling relaxed and sociable. This hybrid has a way of inducing a lovely state of euphoria, while relaxing your body at the same time. You may experience some couch lock on this strain, although often this will only occur for an hour or so instead of lasting the whole high.

The Effects of Mango Kush
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This beautifully fragrant hybrid is perfect for a night on the couch having a deep and meaningful conversation with loved ones. Mango Kush will make you feel invigorated and uplifted and embrace you in that warm and fuzzy indica glow that we all crave for.

Fragrance

Mango Kush is a favorite of many not only for its effects, but also because of its incredibly fragrant presence. This bud will fill the room with the scent of fruits and its pungent earthiness will make your mouth water. A certain whiff of fresh mangoes will cling to the air and stay a while, which makes for a lovely experience.

Flavors

This hybrid’s sweet mango flavor makes for a uniquely lush high. Mango Kush carries a sweet pine flavor that is obvious in its smoke. This delicious bud will make your lips taste like tropical fruits, and has a sweet earthy aftertaste to it that will enhance its pleasant high.

Adverse reactions

Mango Kush has very few side effects, which mainly surface when you have consumed more than you might be able to handle. In that case, you might experience a little dizziness. Sometimes this may also mean a slight headache.

Often you will encounter a case of cottonmouth, as your mouth will feel dry and you might feel slightly dehydrated. Mango Kush can also induce a bit of a dry eyes sensation. In some rare cases, you may feel slightly paranoid after smoking this powerful Kush.

Medical

Mango Kush is known to have helped many patients deal with their discomforts and ailments. This strain is a really strong healer, and continues to be prescribed by many doctors for a variety of chronic and minor illnesses and pains, as well as mood disorders and anxieties.

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Stress is known to be one of the main reasons why this hybrid has maintained its popularity in the medical cannabis scene. This strain great at unwinding you and releasing you from all your day’s nagging stresses, making you want to breathe in and out and start feeling more positive.

Medical Mango Kush
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Mango Kush is very useful in the fight against insomnia, because of its strong tranquilizing properties. This hybrid is also a powerful painkiller, and is known to eliminate pains that may stem from an array of illnesses, such as muscle spasms, joint pains, migraines, headaches and other chronic pain.

Growing

This plant is known for its large buds. Mango Kush will need appropriate trimming in order for it to stay in shape and increase airflow. This hybrid likes it warm when cultivated outdoors, flourishing in conditions with lots of heat and sunshine, when it can truly grow and thicken.

Mango Kush Growing
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Flowering Time

Indoors
Mango Kush is relatively easy to cultivate, and when grown indoors, can be expected to yield an average of about 14 ounces per square meter. This indica-dominant strain takes around an estimated 8 to 9 weeks to flower and be ready for a generous harvest.

Outdoors
When keeping this plant outside, it prefers warm and dry conditions, with a lot of sunlight. Mango Kush can be expected to yield around an average of 16 ounces per plant, and can is ready for a harvest around the middle to late of October.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Master Kush? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

Robert

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The founder of I Love Growing Marijuana, Robert Bergman, is a marijuana growing expert that enjoys sharing his knowledge with the world. He combines years of experience, ranging from small-scale grows to massive operations, with a passion for growing. His articles include tutorials on growing... [read more]

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  1. By Brian sumner

    ,26 Feb 2017
    where do I get seeds for the mango kush
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    ,24 May 2017
    […] | Harlequin | Headband |Hindu Kush | Jack Herer  | LA Confidential | Lemon Haze | Lemon Kush | Mango Kush | Master Kush | Maui Wowie | Northern Lights | OG Kush | Pineapple Express | Platinum Girl […]Read More
  3. By nathan

    ,05 Apr 2018
    How tall would a full grown plant be?
    1. By Luke

      ,13 Aug 2018
      Up to 150 to 200 cm. If grown indoors you can control when to flower. So long as branches are thick enough to hold some fat bud just change the cycle to 12- 12.
  4. By Carrotsoup

    ,16 Oct 2018
    This is a great variety, Robert. First time grower and very little issues. Grown outdoors but probably harvested just a little early as the weather turned cold and I couldn't keep the greenhouse warm enough. But very smooth green. Unbelievable! […]Read More
  5. By Vincent

    ,04 Mar 2019
    First time and she is growing beautiful. In first days of flowering ant wait to se end result.
    1. By Vincent

      ,04 Mar 2019
      I was curious It says 8 to 9 weeks flowering . That's not including veg stage right . Thanks I'm growing for my wife who is taking about 14 different pills for pain and i Know it cant be good […]Read More

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