Representing Afghanistan is another pure indica strain, Afghan Mango. If you are a fan of sweet and spicy foods, you will definitely love this. It is a special blend of both worlds providing relaxation and a delight to your taste buds. It can be grown either indoors or outdoors. It usually flowers within 55 60 days, but if grown indoors, it can produce flowers on the 58th day. The only reported parent to it is the Afghani Landrace.
Flavor and Effects of Afghan Mango
The sweet and spicy Afghan Mango is an experience for the taste buds. It is a mix of mango, citrus, incense and blood oranges. Better remove your couch because the high will hit you before you know it. Due to its potency, this strain is not recommended for beginners. You will experience sleepiness and a couch lock before you know it.
Medical Benefits of Afghan Mango
Since it is purely Indica, it is great for insomnia. It can make you yawn as fast as its auto-flowering properties. Appetite issues are also addressed by this strain. You can say goodbye to chronic pain, anxiety and depression as well. Most of all, it can alleviate cancer symptoms. It is best taken in the evening.
Negative Effects of Afghan Mango
Dry mouth and dry eyes always top the list of negative effects as usual. The sweetness may compel you to smoke a joint after joint, so paranoia can set in. Users have reported headaches and coughing. Sometimes, the couch-lock effect comes rapidly that the user no longer got the chance to indulge in the euphoria.
Growing Afghan Mango Some information and Tips
Afghan Mango gives out its pungent odor during the flowering period. If you don’t want any rift you’re your neighbors, you may want to consider installing anti-odor filters. Giving it longer vegetation will increase your yield. The ideal vegetation time is 7 8 weeks. The screen of Green setup is also recommended.