The Mango Sapphire Strain is an Indica-Dominant Hybrid known for its dashing good looks, but more on that later.
Mango Sapphire Strain is the offspring of Bubba’s Gift, OG Kush and Afghan strains, but you’d never tell by its flavor. At first glance, it reminds of an OG Kush descendant, but cracking open a bud paints a different picture. A refreshing waft of tropical citrus is most noticeable, like cutting into a pineapple. Pairing with the tropical flavor is an earthy perfume, with a slight hint of sour. If you wanted to know what Hawaii tasted like, this is it.
If there were a trophy for best-looking buds, Mango Sapphire would be in contention 10 out of 10 times.
Bright neon green buds with beautiful orange hairs dazzle, while the trichomes sparkle. This is what prototypical cannabis you’d find in a magazine looks like!
But enough about the gorgeous looks, let’s see what makes the strain special.
Mango Sapphire Strain Info
Up to 22-24% THC
Flavours: Fruity, Sour, Pungent
Effects: Happy, Relaxed, Euphoric, Uplifted, Creative
Medical Benefits: Stress, Depression, Pain, Insomnia, Lack of Appetite
Mango Sapphire Strain Effects + Benefits
Mango Sapphire Strain is a profoundly relaxing, yet simultaneously uplifting buzz. Once the session is over, the body loosens, giving way to any tension built up from overuse or stress. Users note the stone isn’t too heavy, but stronger than a Strawberry Cough or Jack Herer.
Now that the body has begun to sink into pleasure, it’s time for the mind to join the fun. Mango Sapphire is far from a supercharged mental experience, but it provides a pleasurable cerebral high. Senses become sharper, as well as focus and mental clarity. This would be a great time to dabble in any hobbies or activities that need a medium to long attention span.
What makes Mango Sapphire even more special is the practical uses for its muscle relieving properties. Muscle Spasms cease to spasm while relieving cramps and other painful symptoms of PMS.
Last but not least, this strain produces munchies like no other. It may be a little much for some, but those who struggle with an appetite, like chemotherapy and anorexia patients, find great resolve in this feature.