Mango Haze Autoflower Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: Northern Lights #5 x Haze x Skunk #1
Flowering Period: 9-11 Weeks
Climate: Temperate, Mediterranean
Yield: 16 -20oz/m2 Indoors, 24 oz/m2 Outdoors
Flavors: Tropical, Fruity, Sweet, Citrus
THC Level: 14% to 24%
CBD Level: 0.10%-0.15%
Harvest Period: October to November
Growing Difficulty: Hard
What are the Flavor and Effects of Mango Haze Autoflower Strain?
One of the most flavorful strains available is Mango Haze Auto. Any consumer would enjoy this strain because of its fruity mango and tropical citrus flavors. Not to mention the earthy haze that eventually turns into a delicious feeling when you exhale.
Mango Haze effects are cerebral high that can be immediate and last for a long time when it first emerges. Users would most likely feel energized due to its energy-boosting properties, which can also manifest as an improvement in creativity and concentration. Some users will notice an increase in sociability and chattiness, making this strain ideal for social gatherings. The body buzz that accompanies the extreme head high facilitates full-body relaxation while rendering users sleepy. As a result, the strain can be used in the evening without fear of falling asleep accidentally.
What are the Medical Benefits of Mango Haze Autoflower Strain?
Mango Haze Auto appears to be familiar not only among recreational smokers but also among medical marijuana consumers. However, the strain’s potent combination of Sativa and Indica effects makes it a popular option among medical marijuana patients. For one thing, the strain’s deep, uplifting high encourages optimistic thinking, making it a perfect stress reliever and anti-depressant substitute. Simultaneously, Mango Haze has enough analgesic properties to help those suffering from chronic headaches, migraines, nausea, and even muscle spasms control their pain.
Adverse Effects You Can Expect from Mango Haze Autoflower Strain
Mango Haze comes with a warning sign since it is one of the market’s strains with a very high THC concentration. Furthermore, both cannabis types can cause specific negative side effects in their consumers. Users of Mango Haze, on the other hand, should exercise extreme caution. It is known to trigger dry mouth and dry eyes, for example. However, the strain’s effects can cause migraine, anxiety, dizziness, and even paranoia in higher doses and possibly among beginners.
How to Grow Mango Haze Autoflower Strain?
Mango Haze Auto grows well both indoors and outdoors. It thrives in either a greenhouse or a hydroponic system. While this strain has the potential to produce high yields, prospective growers will need to have prior cannabis cultivation experience to realize its potential fully.
If a grower wishes to grow Mango Haze Auto indoors, the breeder recommends using a minimum of 600 watts of lighting and pruning the branches during the vegetative stage. Another feature of Mango Haze that aspiring growers would appreciate is its resistance to mold and disease. Indoor cultivation can result in a flowering period of approximately 9 to 11 weeks. The strain should produce a yield of 16 to 20 oz per sq meter if a grower can efficiently provide an optimal working environment within. Buds should be ready for outdoor cultivation in-between the months of October and November. Outdoor yields of 24 oz or more per plant can be just as promising.