Bango! Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
14% to 22%
Yield
Indoor yield at 12 to 16 oz per square meter and 16 oz per plant
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
70 to 84 days
Climate
Warm outdoor
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Moderate
Flavors
Mango, tropical, fruity, pine, tangy and earthy

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Bango! Marijuana Seeds Information

The Bango strain is a sativa leaning hybrid created through crossing the White Fire Alien OG strain and the powerful Mango Kush strain. The name is from the Egyptian slang for cannabis. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bango?

The smell of this strain is just as tangy as it is delicious. On inhale, users will enjoy its aroma of sweet tropical fruits with pine accents. On exhale, its tangy and earth flavors are tasted. 

The Bango strain induces moderate cerebral euphoria that boosts creativity and improves focus among users. It turns users sociable, and it prompts laughter making it the best bud for social interactions. This uplifted mood is soon followed by mild relaxation, laziness, and a mild cough lock. 

What are the Medicinal Benefits of Bango?

This incredibly social strain, which sits above 90% of strains that induce happiness, is perfect for people who suffer from depression and social anxiety. It also temporarily helps people with attention disorders as it allows them to focus and complete a task at hand. Due to its high THC levels, this strain is also said to be perfect for treating cases of inflammation and nausea. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Bango?

Bango’s effects may lead to mild cases of paranoia when users do not pace their usage enough as not to breach their individual limits. 

How to Grow Bango?

The Bango strain can be grown indoors and outdoors. When cultivated indoors, growers must ensure there are enough nutrients provided, and including proper ventilation, to encourage high yields from this strain. It also thrives well in a warm outdoor climate, with enough lighting and humidity.

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