Pink Mango, a cannabis strain that leans more to its sativa side than its indica produces some alien looking buds with stark, neon pink and fuchsia colors. Of course, its aroma resembles the skin and flesh of fresh mangoes, but there's also a faint chemically quality not unlike ammonia. Pink Mango is speculated to be a cross of the strains Blackberry, Blueberry, and Grapefruit.
When smoked, the mango essence pulls right through, with hints of creamy earthiness underneath. This strain's cannabinoid content tends to hover around the moderate end, somewhere between 14-18% THC.
Pink Mango is one of those rare strains that's said to facilitate physical intimacy and enhance the pleasurable sensations of sex. It also stimulates happy thoughts through a clear-headed high that contributes to focus and motivation. It also may work well to treat mild pains, spasms, depression, and exhaustion caused by daily stress. It's a good round-the-clock strain to keep on hand.
As a sativa, side effects may include slight paranoia, anxiety, or headaches.