Having been originally created in the 1960's, this indica strain has a THC content of around 15-20% on
average and has a flowering time of around 9-11 weeks. Mango was crossed with KC33 in 1991 to give
the world the current strain. Patients attribute its unique flavor to being sweet like a mango and earthy at
the same time. Mango has a tendency to make patients feel giggly, happy, relaxed, and uplifted.
Unfortunately, patients who use this strain may experience dry mouth, dry eyes, dizziness, and paranoia.