Somango Strain

Somango, formerly known as Soma #5, is a fragrant hybrid that is known for its big presence and tropical characteristics. It was aptly named for its flavor and aroma, and is loved for its fun recreational and stimulating medicinal effects, garnering itself many fans around the world.

Sativa/Indica %Indoor YieldOutdoor YieldFlowering Period
25% / 75%10 oz/ m212 ounces per plant9-10 weeks indoors, late October outdoors.

Somango was created by Soma Seeds by crossing legend strain Super Skunk with top-notch Jack Herer, as well as Big Skunk Korean. What resulted is an uber-fragrant and extremely relaxing 75% indica hybrid that will inspire you to enjoy its tropical notes and invigorating bodily effects.

Initially, this strain was named Soma #5, so some might still know it under this name. Somango was later renamed after its unique mango aroma that will transport you into a more tropical environment during its pleasurable high. You can expect to feel clear headed and inspired on this strain.

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    Information about Somango:

    ORIGINSuper Skunk, Big Skunk Korean mixed Jack Herer
    EFFECTSrelaxed – 10
    focused – 7
    happy – 7
    hungry – 6
    sleepy – 6
    ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)dizzy – 10
    dry eyes – 3
    dry mouth – 2
    anxious – 1
    headache – 1
    FRAGRANCEearthy, fruity, mango, sweet, sour
    FLAVORSmango, tropical, berry, vanilla, sweet, spicy, fruity
    MEDICALpain – 10
    stress – 10
    depression – 8
    lack of appetite – 7
    nausea – 7
    FLOWERING TIME INDOORS9-10 weeks
    FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSlate October
    PLANT HEIGHTTall
    THC CONTENT %20%
    CBD %1%
    INDICA / SATIVA %75% / 25%
    INDOOR YIELD10oz/ m2
    OUTDOOR YIELD12oz/plant
    CLIMATEwarm and sunny, away from cold nights, outdoor climate
    GROWTH LEVELeasy
    RESISTANCE TO DISEASEresistant to common molds and mildew

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest

    Effects

    Somango is a favorite of many experienced uses, as it can be quite strong, but offers just the right mix of effects. You can expect to feel relaxed when smoking this flower, and it will make you feel a little tempted to sink into the couch in order to enjoy the borderline psychedelic effects on your thoughts.

    We don’t currently sell Somango seeds. Check out other indica dominant seeds in our marijuana seed bank.

    Many consumers like this hybrid for its ability to allow them to stay clear headed and focused, whenever they need to be. Somango can help you complete tasks without noticing how much time is going by, which is perfect for those days when you have a specific goal you need to reach.

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    Somango can make you feel uplifted and happy, with your mood at an all-time high. You are likely to get the munchies when smoking this strain, so it is best to keep a set of snacks nearby. This indica dominant plant can also help you fall asleep easier, so it is best consumed at a later time of the day, just to be sure.

    Fragrance

    Somango is a very special plant, for many reasons, but also for its unique mango aroma that it was named for. Its earthy and fruity presence is noticeable and recognizable instantly, and will make you fall in love with it sour and sweet notes without delay.

    We don’t currently sell Somango seeds. Check out other indica dominant seeds in our marijuana seed bank.

    Flavors

    This hybrid is all sorts of tropical, and you will enjoy smoking it on another level, due to its unique flavors. Somango contains hints of vanilla and spice, and a consistently sweet and fruity flavor that will make your tongue tingle and leave a tropical mixed with mango stain on your lips.

    Adverse Reaction

    Somango can be quite strong, so you can expect some side effects along with its other effects. You are likely to feel dizzy when smoking this plant, especially in higher doses, or if you are not used to its potency and THC levels.

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    In most cases, your eyes and mouth will feel dry and even itchy, so it is recommended that you pay attention to staying hydrated. Somango can also leave you feeling slightly anxious, especially in the end, with a small chance of a mild headache during its entire high.

    Medical

    This hybrid can thank its parentage for its medicinal superpowers, especially since it was born out of a Jack Herer crossing. Somango has proven itself to be especially effective in the treatment of chronic pain, allowing long time suffering patients to find a more natural way of managing their aches.

    Somango can also successfully treat chronic stress, relaxing both the body and the mind, while propelling the user into a more optimistic state of mind. This makes it an ideal choice for those who are looking for something good to smoke at the end of a long work day.

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    Patients who suffer from depression may also benefit from the use of this indica dominant strain, as it can induce happiness and relax them at the same time. It can cause the munchies, making it perfect if you need a little help in the appetite department, nixing nausea at the same time

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      Growing

      Somango grows into a tall and fruitful plant, especially when it is kept in a warm and sunny environment, and sheltered from cold and frost. It thrives in humid conditions, with a lot of light, and enjoys a regular trimming in order to encourage it to grow.

      Flowering Time

      Indoors


      Somango grown indoors can yield an average of 10 ounces of bud per square meter planted. It can be expected to take an estimated 9 to 10 weeks to flower and be ready for a harvest

      Outdoors


      This plant, when grown outdoors, can yield an average of about 12 ounces of fresh bud per plant. Somango should be ready for a hearty harvest around the end of the month of October.

      Origin

      1. Super Skunk
      2. Jack Herer
      3. Big Skunk Korean

      FAQ About Somango Strain

      What is the Somango strain yield?

      Somango yields 10 oz/ m2 indoors and 12 ounces per plant outdoors.

      How much THC does Somango have?

      20% THC.

      What are the origins of the Somango strain?

      Somango was created from a mix between Super Skunk, Big Skunk Korean and Jack Herer


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

      Robert

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        6 comments on “Somango Strain”

        1. Oh, and I see that there are still preflowers on the shoots, so I am going to increase the light to 24/0 for the next month at least, maybe until ready to gliwer

        2. I had heat stress issues with my one female last year, or I may have given it too much nitrogen. It recovered, and after I harvested in October, I put it back on 24 hr lighting to grow again. It has recovered beautifully under the lights, and I am almost ready to start taking clones. I recently tried hormone for the first time w/o much success on a hash passion, so on my Somango, I am going all natural, the way it works for me.

        3. I got a freebie female Somango seed last spring. It got heat stressed after the first couple of months, outdoors. The leaves curled, and I almost gave up on it. The I repotted it, laying it down so the side branches would make big buds, and took it inside under a 2000 watt led. It made several ounces of the sweetest smelling bud I have ever seen. I love it. So I revegged it and it is now a mother, ready to be cloned. Getting everything ready. The aroma of the fresh buds reminds me of orange blossoms. Hoping to get a dozen clones this time.

        4. I have a grow of Somango going. I ordered 5 feminized seeds from Nirvana Seeds. Two lived and I grew them for two months under hid cool spectrum bulbs indoors. I took six clones from them and put one of the donor/mother plants outside on Oct. 1. The clones were also moved outdoors on Oct. 1. They are two weeks rooted. One of the original females remains indoors under 24 hr cool light, as do 15 new clones in the humidity chamber. I hope to get to the point of having a perpetual harvest, or as close to one as I can get. Somango clones the easiest of any strain I have ever grown. I had a 90% success rate on my first attempt! And this is by using NO rooting hormone of any kind. IMO the gel does not work at all, and the powder is only half as effective as NOTHING.
          The reason I wanted to grow Somango is because I heard it was a heavy oil producer and I does love me some oil! I think it is the elixir of life.
          If anyone has any experience or tips about this strain I would sure love to hear about it.
          I will post here again as the grow progresses.
          Pass that pipe!