Information about Mango Tango:
Elemental Seeds created Mango Tango to enhance OG Kush by adding fruity flavors to what is already a remarkable mostly Indica hybrid. And, staying true to its OG lineage, it boasts of devastating body effects that can leave users incredibly stoned.
True OG is one of the hybrids used to develop Mango Tango. A phenotype of OG Kush, it is a consistent awardee as among the best Indica of the High Times Medical Cup every year.
Instead of pairing True OG with another premium hybrid, Elemental Seeds first crossed Tangie and Peaches. From its offsprings, the breeder chose one that has the fragrance and flavors they liked and subsequently paired with True OG.
Information about Mango Tango:
|ORIGIN||True OG and Tangie|
|EFFECTS||Happy – 10|
Relaxed – 6
Talkative – 5
Giggly – 4
Euphoric – 4
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10|
Dry eyes – 9
Paranoid – 5
Dizzy – 3
Anxious – 1
|FRAGRANCE||Pungent, sweet, citrus, pine, earthy|
|FLAVORS||Mango, orange, citrus, sweet, pine|
|MEDICAL||Pain – 10|
Stress – 7
Cramps – 6
Fatigue – 5
Depression – 5
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||7 to 9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Late September to early October|
|THC CONTENT %||24% to 26%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||70%/30%|
|INDOOR YIELD||Up to 19 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||Up to 19 ounces per plant|
|GROWTH LEVEL||Some experience needed|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Resistant to molds and mildew|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Mango Tango is among the hybrids friends can share. It provides users with an uplifting cerebral buzz not long after the first toke. In enhancing the mood, most people turn into social butterflies giggling at anything and everything. It is also not uncommon for most to be a tad bit too chatty. Because of these effects, it is easy to see why it makes for an excellent party strain.
Gradually, the mental stimulation settles down. As a warm fuzzy sensation spreads throughout the body, the relaxation it induces takes away the stress of the day.
However, users should not forget that Mango Tango has THC levels of up to 26%. Its effects can quickly go from intense to overwhelming. But, so long as it is used in moderation, it should not be as devastating.
Tropical perfume – a description befitting the Mango Tango hybrid. It has the characteristic citric fragrance of its predecessors, deviating only in sweetness. Underneath the overpowering fruity scent is a refreshing pine with hints of damp earth. When combusted, the nugs produce a pungent smell.
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From its name, users can guess that its flavor is akin to that of mangoes. While savoring the strain’s sweet citrus, a minty taste of pine emerges from the backdrop. Suffice to say, drawing in the smoke of this herb produces the same fruity profile.
Mango Tango is likely to result in a cottonmouth. It may also come with a case of dryness in the eyes. Meanwhile, others are likely to experience dizziness to some degree. Thankfully, such reactions are normal with marijuana use.
What causes alarm is perhaps the slight paranoia and anxiety the strain induces. Although rare, these symptoms can be prevented by using the cannabis in moderation.
Mango Tango’s mental and physical effects make it beneficial to the medical community. Through the combined efforts of its psychoactive compounds and CBD levels, it energizes users and boosts their moods. This alone is enough to battle stress and comfort those with depression.
But, it is in its bodily effects that Mango Tango truly benefits medical users. Through its analgesic properties, it can ease a plethora of aches and pains including cramps, muscle tension, and fatigue.
Getting Mango Tango in its best shape and size means putting it in the hands an experienced grower. Under their green thumbs, nothing hinders the plant from achieving its full potential. It may even produce more than the expected amount of buds or perhaps double the resin production.
But, inexperienced cultivators need not fret. The strain’s Indica genes make it sturdy enough for aspiring home growers to experiment on it. For example, breeders may choose to play around with dipping temperatures and humidity levels without fear of ruining the plant. It is too well-equipped against mold and mildew.
An attractive strain, Mango Tango has large, mint-colored, spade-shaped buds that can get very leafy. At times, the leaves and pistils or hairs surrounding the bud are covered in sticky resin. In which case, growers may choose not to prune them.
Mango Tango may not be a breeding strain, but it does produce abundant yields. In controlled environments, it can provide up to 19 ounces of buds per square meter in less than nine weeks.
In warm and dry climates, this strain blooms by mid-October. At harvest, users can get up to 19 ounces or more per plant with minimal upkeep and attention.
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