Mango Haze. Amsterdam Cannabis Review.

Strain. Mango Haze. Sativa dominant hybrid. Coffeeshop – City Hall 11 euros a gram.

Appearance. Gorgeous lime and pastil green buds with some pronounced calyx foxtail formations which bland into the bud structure really nicely and give the bud an exotic look. Out of those calyx’s small plumes of deep orange and brown hairs erupt and make themselves known, there is not so many of them and they blend in well with the trichomes which the bud structure is caked in. when broken into the trichomes on the inside of the bud are so glittery they sparkle in the light as you move them.

mango haze.

Aroma. Real depth of smell, Hazy, fruity and earthy.

Flavour. Very tasty, every toke is smooth and leaves a lasting haze flavour on the tongue.

mango haze

Effects. Nice up sativa high, energy giving and stimulating.

Comments. Really hazy, great taste and nice sativa effects.

Clark French.

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About clarkfrench

Diagnosed with MS on the 19th of August 2010 I have started Bloging to raise awareness for MS and cannabis in general. I have some great friends and family and have had lots of support from local MS charities. I have had articles written about me in a local and national papers, national news websites and conducted various radio interviews on BBC radio and private radio stations. I appeared on national television for channel 4 and the BBC. I want to help other people who have MS I want them to realise how much difference cannabis can have to their life.

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