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About Brooklyn Mango
When you take two incredible parents and combine their genetics, what do you think you’ll end up with? Naturally, an amazing child. Brooklyn Mango is that child, as a cross between NYC Diesel and Ed Rosenthal Super Bud is to thank. Breeders at Dr. Underground in Spain have painstakingly ensured that this evenly balanced hybrid offers the best of all worlds in one tasty smoke.
A relatively mild strain compared to others on the market, Brooklyn Mango comes in at a high of 21% THC. These fluffy and light colored nugs are stunning to look at with sparse amber pistils and tons of sugary trichomes. As her name would suggest, this strain is rich with mango flavor alongside a bit of a diesel note on your exhale. Break her nugs apart and you’ll smell an earthiness that works to counterbalance her super sweet appeal.
Brooklyn Mango brings an interesting set of effects to the table, and as she’s a true hybrid, users can choose their own adventure and indulge during the day or at night. For the most part, this strain will impart a burst of energy into every limb, making you incredibly happy and social, as well as equipping you to take on your day with excitement. Above all else, those who enjoy this strain find themselves in quite a state of arousal, so sharing some with friends may not be a bad idea.
Although she isn’t heavy in CBD or even THC for that matter, this bud is a great pick for those who are in need of medicinal relief. Brooklyn Mango’s ability to boost one’s mood is second to none, allowing lingering depression or stressful thoughts to subside. Bodily pain will be soothed after a few puffs, and if you struggle with eating enough, this bud will make you hungry as can be. Depending on tolerance levels and the time of day you indulge, this strain might help to fight fatigue or could work to calm you enough for sleep.
Rumors of the yields this strain produces have spread far and wide, making Brooklyn Mango the envy of every home grower. Keep in mind that she’s not exactly a walk in the park to rear and will require topping unless you have plenty of room to spare. Sunny environments are ideal but you can get away with indoor cultivation if needed, and after 8 to 9 weeks you’ll be shocked with how much product you have on your hands.
A few last words to point out about this incredible bud - individuals who are prone to anxiety should steer clear from Brooklyn Mango, as her energetic demeanor can get to be too much for some. Additionally, you’ll likely only find this strain on select parts of the West coast, so a little vacation may be in order for some of you. Don’t worry, this gal is worth it.
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