A Top Cultivar: Mango Haze is a balanced cultivar that is rich in flavour. Bountiful terpenes give this cultivar its signature mango scent. The sativa-dominant hybrid produces dark green, resinous flowers with bright orange pistils and mild THC potency potential....
A Top Cultivar: Mango Haze is a balanced cultivar that is rich in flavour. Bountiful terpenes give this cultivar its signature mango scent. The sativa-dominant hybrid produces dark green, resinous flowers with bright orange pistils and mild THC potency potential. Mango Haze is a genetic cross between Northern Lights, Skunk, and Haze.
Potential therapeutic effects of the dominant cannabinoids:
When heated using a vaporization device, dried flower is converted to vapor for inhalation. Health care professionals always recommend using a vaporizer to avoid toxins associated with burning.
Due to its rapid onset and shorter duration of action, the vaporization of dried flowers is recommended for patients reporting acute symptoms.
For dosing instructions, please consult your healthcare practitioner. The safest dosing strategy is to "start low, go slow", and to stay at the lowest effective dose that allows the patient to reach their treatment goals with minimal/no side effects.
Cannabis should be kept in an airtight container in a cold, dark location to ensure optimal preservation. Safe storage of cannabis helps keep everyone safe, especially children and pets. Keep it up high and out of reach, securely packaged, and locked up.
THC may cause intoxication. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using this product, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have a medical condition, or are taking medications. Keep out of reach of children. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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