Northern Mango Autoflower has an intense fruity fragrance and a brief flowering period. This indica-dominant marijuana strain was the crossbreed of Northern Light, Mango, and the Big Bang strain. This plant is middle-of-the-road in terms of potency, with THC values of about 15%. The strain produces a very stoned and long-lasting effect: fruity and sour aromas and flavors. The Northern Mango Autoflower strain is not only great for leisure application, but it’s also great for therapeutic use. Growing the Northern Mango Auto strain is easy, making it ideal for newcomers to the hobby. The plant has an Indica structure, developing tiny yet bushy and forming big, thick, and potent buds.
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Genetics Parents: Mango x Northern Lights x Big Bang Auto
Flowering Period: 9-10 weeks
Flavors: Fruity, Sweet, Mango, Tropical, Earthy
THC Level: 15%
CBD Level: Unknown
Height: 60-100 cm
Harvest Period: May/July
Growing Difficulty: Easy
Northern Mango Autoflower is a medium-potent strain, with THC levels of 15 percent. However, this will not take away from the buzz. The boost from this strain is psychologically, emotionally, and mentally inspiring. It has a sneaky way of creeping up on you, initially relaxing before eventually causing euphoria. The Northern Mango Auto is a stimulating strain known to stimulate imagination and is best used during the day. This mental relaxation is complemented by a warming body feeling that relaxes the nerves and relieves stress. Northern Mango Autoflower is the classic strain due to these characteristics.
The Northern Mango Auto strain has a distinctly exotic and tropical scent and taste makeup. Without a doubt, the strain has the sweetness of a ripe mango smell, including powerful fruity notes and earthy herbal undertones. Its flavors are described as tasting like real mangoes with citrusy overtones that give off a tropical vibe and appear very appealing to users.
Northern Mango Autoflower has a wide variety of therapeutic applications as well. Its mood-lifting properties can help with stress, fatigue, anxiety, mood swings, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It’s also a potent analgesic, making it a good cure for chronic pain, back pain, muscle spasms, migraines, headaches, and inflammation. It can also use to it assist with nausea and appetite enhancement.
Most cannabis consumers have reported having itchy, dry eyes and dry mouth as some of the adverse effects that Northern Mango Autoflower can trigger. However, these drawbacks can quickly cure when you consume a lot of water. Also, when consuming this strain in large amounts or more than the recommended dosage, it can cause more severe drawbacks such as dizziness, panic, heightened anxiety, hallucinations, paranoia, and headaches.
Growing the Northern Mango Autoflower strain is easy, making it ideal for newcomers to the activity. The plant has an Indica structure, developing short & bushy and forming big, thick, and potent buds. It produces a large amount of weight late in the flowering cycle by growing various branches with several bud sites. As it’s an autoflowering variation, it takes just 9-10 weeks to complete. The Northern Mango Autoflower blossoms beautifully; plants are lightweight and short, achieving heights of 60-100cm when grown indoors. Outdoors can grow to be about 90-120cm tall, but this larger size is compensated for higher yields.
Because of its branchy form, it is very well to the SCROG method. It can also produce a lot of buds in hydroponics, but it grows better in soil. It’s also a brilliant idea to put it somewhere where it’ll get a lot of suns. It thrives in hotter climates, but because of the presence of Ruderalis, it can also achieve excellent yields in colder northern climates. Under ideal conditions, growers should predict outcomes of 200-300 grams of resin-coated buds. Because of its fast growth rate, it can be harvested as soon as It can.