More About Mango Haze Autoflower Strain
Genetics Parents: Northern Lights #5, Haze, and Skunk #1
Flowering Period: 9 to 11 weeks
Climate: the Mediterranean, Temperate and dry
Yield: Indoor 400 – 500 g/m2/ Outdoor 500 gr/plant
Flavors: Citrus, Fruity, Spicy, Herbal, Sweet,
THC Level: 14% to 24%
CBD Level: 0.2%
Height: 200 cm
Harvest Period: October to November
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Aroma, Flavor, and Effects of Mango Haze Autoflowering?
As stated earlier, Mango Haze’s qualities, including its aroma, are true to its name. It has a distinct mango scent that sets it apart from the rest of its family tree. The smell of a ripe mango is usually mixed with earthy highlights to create a rather pleasing aroma. Mango Haze Auto is a tasty bud with citrus fruit flavors and a robust, sweet flavor. Not to mention the earthy haze that eventually turns into a delicious feeling when you exhale.
To begin with, Mango Haze isn’t one of the most common strains. It’s a highly potent strain with a THC concentration of up to 24%. As a result, the music may not be suitable for users with a low tolerance for the strain’s potent psychoactive effects. At first, the psychological boost can be complete and long-lasting. It enhances users and will most likely make users feel uplifted, as shown by an improved sense of imagination and concentration. Due to this strain, some users can be more optimistic and chatty, making it a great social event option.
What are the Medical Benefits of Mango Haze Autoflowering?
Mango Haze isn’t the most common variety of haze. The strain’s potent mixture of Sativa and Indica effects, on the other hand, makes it a top option for consumers dealing with some health issues. For one thing, the strain’s extreme uplifting high promotes positive thinking and can be a practical alternative to anxiety relievers and anti-depressants. Simultaneously, the strain provides enough analgesic properties to assist with pain relief for those who struggle with frequent migraines, nausea, diarrhea, and even muscle spasms.
What are the Negative Effects of Mango Haze Autoflowering?
It has been related to dry eyes and mouth. However, the strain’s effects can cause migraine, nausea, dizziness, and even hysteria in higher doses and possibly among newcomers.
How to Grow Mango Haze Autoflowering Seeds?
Mango Haze grows well both indoors and out. It thrives in either a greenhouse or a hydroponic system. While this strain has the potential to produce high yields, aspiring growers may need to have prior cannabis cultivation expertise to realize its potential fully.
If a grower decides to grow Mango Haze in an enclosed room, the breeder recommends using a minimum of 600 watts of lighting and pruning the branches during the vegetative stage. Another attribute of Mango Haze that potential growers would appreciate is its resistance to fungus and disease.
For its high resin production and sweet mango fragrance, the Mango Haze is a trendy plant. It’s a unique plant that will undoubtedly leave an indelible impression on its growers.