In some serious need of a mood uplift? Mango Kush is an evening flower known for inspiring big smiles and plenty of laughter. Sedative yet pleasantly talkative, the Mango Kush strain is an excellent post-work bud. Whip out this stress-relieving flower after a long day, especially if you plan to kick back and enjoy a new comedy or a big dinner.
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The Mango Kush strain is another fruity Kush bud to add to your cannabis repetition. This drowsy flower is a cross between two indica-dominant strains, Mango and Hindu Kush. Mango is a classic cannabis strain that was popular in the hippie era and has since fallen out of favor, undeservedly so. Hindu Kush is a landrace strain popular among hashish makers and well-known for its sedative effects.
Mango Kush is not likely to be the most potent flower on the shelf. However, the THC content in this bud can still get quite high. On average, consumers can expect between 15 and 20 percent of the psychoactive. It’s recommended for novice consumers to stick to samples with 15 percent THC and below.
As you might guess, this strain has a delightfully sweet aroma. Fragrances of fresh cut tropical fruit tease the nose while a musky, herbal aftertaste shines through on the exhale. This strain would be excellent to pair with dishes like teriyaki. Breaking out this flower for a slow summer barbeque also wouldn’t be a bad idea – just don’t fall asleep!
The Mango Kush experience
Recommended for the evening time, this is a potent yet relaxing flower perfect for winding down. This strain is a bit more upbeat than its Hindu Kush parent, but the Mango Kush experience is slow and calming overall. Like breathing in lazy tropical vacation, it tends to provide a light and breezy mental experience along with some heavy eye lids.
Even though the THC levels in this bud are moderate, Mango Kush still provides significant body sedative effects. For this reason, new cannabis consumers may want to go easy with this bud. If your dose is too high, this strain has been known to cause couch-lock, dizziness, and perhaps even a headache.
All negatives aside, however, most will find that this strain is all giggles. Puff on this herb while watching a comedy and snuggling with your boo or use it to simply shake off the stress of a long day. Highly euphoric and uplifting, Mango Kush inspires lighthearted sensations and perhaps even some talkativeness. Make sure to enjoy it with some yummy snacks.
Why do people use Mango Kush?
Recreationally, Mango Kush is good for those days when you just need to kick back and enjoy the weekend. This flower would be great to pass around in a smoke circle with cannabis-savvy friends and loved ones, so long as none of you have anything to do anytime soon.
This flower would also make for a great pre-dinner treat, as it may inspire silly table conversation and a strong appetite.
Mango Kush is an excellent medical cannabis strain. This flower is popular among those with chronic pain and nausea, perhaps easing bodily stiffness and getting rid of aches and tension. It also stimulates hunger, which makes it a good choice for cannabis patients who struggle to get enough food.
Many medical cannabis patients also enjoy this flower for relief from mental health ailments like anxiety and depression. Though, it is likely best to stick to lower doses and work up with Mango Kush. In high doses, Mango Kush may trigger anxiety in some people. Of course, this sleepy flower is also popular among insomniacs.
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