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Pink Mango

Taste & Smell

  • Sour
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Happy
  • Headache
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Exercising
  • Gambling
  • Knitting
  • Reading
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Hybrid Strain

Pink Mango, a cannabis strain that leans more to its sativa side than its indica produces some alien looking buds with stark, neon pink and fuchsia colors. Of course, its aroma resembles the skin and flesh of fresh mangoes, but there’s also a faint chemically quality not unlike ammonia. Pink Mango is speculated to be a cross of the strains Blackberry, Blueberry, and Grapefruit.

When smoked, the mango essence pulls right through, with hints of creamy earthiness underneath. This strain’s cannabinoid content tends to hover around the moderate end, somewhere between 14-18% THC.

Pink Mango is one of those rare strains that’s said to facilitate physical intimacy and enhance the pleasurable sensations of sex. It also stimulates happy thoughts through a clear-headed high that contributes to focus and motivation. It also may work well to treat mild pains, spasms, depression, and exhaustion caused by daily stress. It’s a good round-the-clock strain to keep on hand.

As a sativa, side effects may include slight paranoia, anxiety, or headaches.

Pink Mango, a cannabis strain that leans more to its sativa side than its indica produces some alien looking buds with stark, neon pink and fuchsia colors. Of course, its aroma resembles the skin and flesh of fresh mangoes, but there’s also a faint chemically quality not unlike ammonia. Pink…

Pink Mango

Strain Information

Pink Mango is a cross between Blueberry, Grapefruit, and Blackberry. Intoxicating in its aroma, a fragrance of sweet mango will delight your nostrils. An earthy and fruity undertone will always be present in this hybrid strain. Pink Mango grows a medium to large-sized flowers. It has an elongated and a near cylindrical shape. It has long, thin leaves that twist loosely away from each other at their central stems. The leaves are vibrant spring green and have neon pink pistils twisting their way through the chunky buds. The buds have long, lumpy pepper-shaped forest green nugs with rich purplish undertones. Finally, a thick, absolutely frosty coating of fine sandy white crystal-like trichomes covers the flowers.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Pink Mango?

Pink Mango tastes like a bowl of mangoes and berries with hints of grapefruit. A taste of fruity yet chemical flavor will linger on the tongue as you exhale.

Pink Mango is best used in the afternoon with activities such as socialization and having out with friends. On the onset, a potent cerebral high will deliver feelings of euphoria and happiness in your mind. You will have mental clarity and enhanced creativity. Your body will feel a sense of heaviness that will relax you from head to foot.

What are the Medical Benefits of Pink Mango?

Medically speaking, Pink Mango can help in reducing stress, anxiety, depression, pain, nausea, fatigue, and muscle spasms.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Pink Mango.

Two of the common cannabis-induced dehydration side effects are cottonmouth and dry, itchy eyes. To lessen the reactions, you have to increase your daily water intake. In addition to these side effects, dizziness, and anxiety, or worse, paranoia can occur. Moderation in smoking the strain is advised.

How to Grow Pink Mango?

Pink Mango grows into a tall plant with thick and heavy buds. You may want to prune back the plant occasionally to maintain a manageable indoor height. It thrives in both indoor as well as an outdoor setting and produces a generous yield. It likes a dry and warm outdoor climate. Caring for the plant should include removing rotten parts and choosing high-quality organic soil for planting. You can also feed it with proper nutrients. Watch out for mold and mildew, as well as parasites.

Pink Mango grown indoors can produce 13 ounces per square meter of yield. It takes around 8 to 9 weeks to finish flowering.

Outdoors, it produces around 15 ounces per plant. It can be expected to finish flowering around the mid- October, which is when it will be ready for harvest.

The seeds of Pink Mango cannot be found in any online store. Those who want to cultivate the strain should find a trusted source to take clippings. These clones can be grown indoors or outdoors. A semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures between 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit is needed when planted outdoors.

Pink Mango Strain Information Pink Mango is a cross between Blueberry, Grapefruit, and Blackberry. Intoxicating in its aroma, a fragrance of sweet mango will delight your nostrils. An earthy