Mango Haze Strain Review – Bonza Blog

It is not every day that users encounter a one-of-a-kind marijuana breed. While most recreational and medical users find the need to use strains, that are ideal for nighttime use, to calm the nerves and prepare to sleep, Mango Haze is the exact opposite. Designed for daytime use, its high THC level ensures several hours of positivity and productivity.

There are many reasons for the breeder Mr. Nice Seeds to feel proud of when showcasing the notable qualities of this hybrid. To begin with, it was bred using not two but three strains considered to be legendary. Having such a distinguished lineage also means that some of the best traits of the parent strains are found in its offspring.

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White Widow Strain Quick Facts
Genetic Lineage Brazilian x South Indian
Sativa / Indica Ratio 40% / 60%
THC % 19%
CBD % 0.10%
Climate Temperate climate
Flowering Period 8 weeks / End of September
Average Yield 800 g/m2, 900 g/plant outdoor

Odor and Flavors

Mango Haze, being true to its name, is probably one of the fruitiest strains there is that is available on the market. When lit, it has a distinct ripe mango fragrance that is mixed with an earthy undertone that results to an exciting and pleasurable cannabis experience. Upon smoking, users could also taste a blend of tropical citrus and mango. Add to its taste a mild hint of earthiness and a sweet lingering aftertaste.

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At up to 23% THC, Mango Haze is one of the most potent strains in the world. It can be both good and bad, depending on how one uses it. Because there are more recreational users, many breeders have been creating high potency strains. But having a high THC also means that the psychoactive properties are more pronounced. Because of that, users should remember that this hybrid can overwhelm anyone easily especially beginners.

Upon smoking, hard-hitting cerebral high rushes into the mind quickly wiping out any negative thoughts and feelings. In other words, users feel uplifted which, in turn, induces a sense of happiness. After a while, as its effects intensity, it causes many people to feel euphoric.

Throughout its effects, Mango Haze not only delivers a euphoric but also an energizing buzz that keeps users active. It does not come to a point where it becomes overbearing and starts to overwhelm the mind causing mental confusion. Instead, it even unlocks the creative side of users.

Meanwhile, the physical effects of Mango Haze are also working its way to the body. As it creeps down, users often feel a calming sensation. While it is potent enough to cause full body relaxation, it does not get overwhelming in the sense that it delivers a numbing sensation. Instead, it balances the cerebral high in which most people can be productive if they choose to be so. However, once the users settle down, drifting off for a nap is a natural occurrence.

In general, people using Mango Haze tends to be more sociable. As such, it not only makes for excellent daytime use, it is also perfect as a party strain.

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Adverse Reactions

Not only are the buds beautiful to look at, but it also emits a delightful odor and comes with extremely pleasing flavors. But do not be deceived. As mentioned earlier, Mango Haze is one of the most potent strains there is. Hence, users must be careful in its use. Otherwise, overindulging can cause some unwanted reactions.

As with the use of cannabis regardless of which strain, it can cause people to have dry mouth and eyes. While that is accepted as ordinary, it is also possible that some people may have a headache. Other side effects that a few other people may experience is a slight increase in anxiousness or feeling dizzy.

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Medical Use and Benefits

Some medical cannabis users might think that Mango Haze is not as beneficial as other strains due to its 0.15% CBD level. In reality, that is higher than most others. It is not enough to be an effective treatment of seizures or epilepsy, though. Instead, it is mostly the mental and physical effects that have benefits for medical users.

The Sativa effects of Mango Haze produces a blissful feeling that can not only elevates the mood but also induces cerebral euphoria. As such, it can wipe out stress and help people manage depression.

Feeling elated, it is but natural for users to focus on the positives instead of the discomforts. Add to that the soothing sensation the strain delivers to the body, and it becomes useful for pain relief.

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Growing Mango Haze

Generally, Mango Haze is deemed as an easy-to-grow strain. In fact, it is resistant to mold and diseases, which makes it easier. But like other strains, cultivating the plant requires work and care. Grown indoors or outdoors, growers will have to tend to it daily to ensure a healthy growth and abundant harvest.

Indoor, the best way to cultivate Mango Haze is to use hydroponics. It is also adaptable to some training methods that help it become sturdier, grow faster, and produce more buds. Ideally, growers should also use a 600-watt lamp. To ensure that light reaches harder to reach parts, trim and prune from time to time. Flowering time is between 9 to 11 weeks, and during harvest, it can have a yield of over 500 grams per square meter.

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Have you grown or used Mango Haze? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.

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