Mango Haze Strain Profile

17 Jun, 2022 - by | Strain Profiles

Mango Haze is one of our most popular cannabis strains at City Trees, as our cultivation team managed to track down an excellent phenotype of this sativa-dominant hybrid. Our Mango Haze cartridges, disposable vapes, and applicators have quickly become a fan favorite of our customers who enjoy Mango Haze for its energetic high, as well as its sweet and citrusy smell. In this article, we’ll dive deeply into the strain’s genetic lineage, terpene profile, effects, and how it’s grown.

Historically, strains have been classified as “indica” and “sativa” due to majority of common effects felt from specific strains. However, due to every person having a unique endocannabinoid system, the industry is moving away from using these terms and instead focus on terpene profiles with common effects to provide a likely guide to the resulting effect, instead of a definitive classification.”

Mango Haze is renowned for its incredibly fruity nose and cerebral effects. Even more, with potent terpenes like pinene and limonene, Mango Haze offers some unique synergistic effects when consumed. 

Mango Haze Genetic Lineage 

Not only does Mango Haze come from a jaw-dropping genetic lineage, but the world-famous breeders originally created it at Mr. Nice Seeds in the Netherlands. Beyond Mango Haze, Mr. Nice Seeds is also responsible for such famous strains as Super Silver Haze, White Widow, and White Rhino. 

Mango Haze is a cross between the iconic strains Northern Lights, Skunk #1, and Haze. Needless to say, combining these important genetics into a single strain is enough to get anyone’s attention – including breeders and master growers. 

Northern Lights

Northern Lights is an immensely influential myrcene dominant hybrid of two strains that first made its way into the scene in Holland during the 1980s. Beyond this, not much is known about the history of Northern Lights, but many believe it was bred from original landrace strains from Asia. 

Skunk #1

Skunk #1 is one of the oldest and most popular cannabis strains in the world. In fact, Skunk #1 was a big part of the hippie culture all the way back in the 1960s. This popular strain was made by breeding Afghani Indica strains with the notorious strains Acapulco Gold and Columbian Gold. 

Haze 

Haze is also a very important strain in the history of cannabis. Originally bred in California during the 1960s, Haze provides an energetic high that is great for focus and creativity. . Many of the original Northern California growers cultivated Haze extensively. 

Potency & Bag Appeal 

Because it has large buds and a high THC level, Mango Haze is a standout high-quality uplifting and energetic strain. With bright green coloration and tree-shaped flowers, Mango Haze is tough to miss on the shelf at the dispensary. 

While numbers vary on the potency of Mango Haze, most growers produce flower with THC levels ranging from 17% to 25%. Nonetheless, the average potency of Mango Haze comes in at right around 20% THC. Please note that Mango Haze does not produce any CBD. 

Mango Haze plants grow large flowers in a conical shape. However, Mango Haze flowers do not grow as densely as other strains ,so treat these buds with care. Mango Haze buds are coated with beautiful trichomes and have definitive red and orange hairs. 

Terpene Profile 

With notes of bright island fruits, the nose of Mango Haze is both distinct and impressive. In fact, the tropical notes of Mango Haze feel like endless summer and should be enjoyed pool-side. Beyond bag appeal, the terpene profile of this amazing strain offers additional benefits. 

Terpinolene

Terpinolene is a powerful terpene that provides cerebral effects like increased energy and focus. There is no doubt that terpinolene is a key contributor to the bag appeal and synergistic effects of Mango Haze. 

Pinene

Pinene is an extremely common terpene that is found in cannabis as well as pine trees. Pinene is known to help with relaxation while also being a great natural anti-inflammatory. Its “piney” smell can be found in many popular cannabis strains. 

Limonene

Limonene is another abundant terpene found in cannabis that also occurs throughout the natural world. As the name implies, limonene is found in popular citrus trees, including oranges, lemons, and limes. The health benefits of limonene include anti-viral and antioxidant properties. 

Psychoactive Effects  

Mango Haze provides a well-rounded assortment of psychoactive effects that are a result of the strains crossed to produce it.

Creativity 

Mango Haze has long been used as a creative tool for both artists and musicians. In fact, many people believe that cannabis increases blood flow to the brain, which then stimulates more neural activity and creativity. Whatever the science behind it is, be sure to bring Mango Haze to your next jam session or poetry reading. 

Energy 

Because Mango Haze packs an energetic and uplifting high, it’s a great strain for physical activities like hiking. In fact, many active people swear by terpinolene and pinene-dominant hybrids as workout aids. A little Mango Haze might be just the thing you’re missing in your workout routine. 

Uplifting 

Medical cannabis patients also report that Mango Haze can provide an uplifting feeling that helps treat their anxiety and depression. Likely due to its complex and nuanced genetic lineage, Mango Haze has a plethora of terpenes that can help calm people’s nerves. 

Growing Mango Haze 

Since Mango Haze grows taller as opposed to denserd, growing it can be quite challenging when compared to other strains. One of the most important things to consider when growing Mango Haze is the fact that it grows extremely tall and lanky. As such, you should count on your plants doubling or tripling in size when you switch them to flowering. 

Because Mango Haze plants are known to stretch during flowering, you should only attempt to grow them indoors if you are an experienced grower. In order to create an even canopy with this strain, you must top Mango Haze plants correctly, as well as occasionally bend them. 

Mango Haze plants take longer to flower. To this end, you can count on your Mango Haze plants taking between 60-70 days to finish. 

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