For all of those who don’t subscribe to the fruit flavored weed, you may want to give it a second look for this strain. All of those who are still skeptical on kush hybrids may want to reexamine their viewpoints as well. Ask your local budtender for a whiff of M.K. and one of the sweetest scented medicines on God’s green earth will immediately submerge you in a world of bliss.
The best cannabis is grown in an environment where the temperature and humidity naturally favor the plant to produce females whose flowers contain copious amounts of trichomes and terpenes. Literally innumerable combinations of organic compounds form the trichomes (cannabinoids) and produce qualities that have been shown to help heal human ailments, sickness and disease. The terpenes (resin) present in the flowers serve to make them pleasing to our senses of smell and taste. With M.K. the proverbial “have your cake and eat it too” definitely applies.
The “Hanzo” Sword of the Samurai world is the Mango Kush of the cannabis world. Ringing in at over 22% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), M.K. is also high in CBC (cannabichromene) and CBG (cannabigerol), effective as an anti-inflammatory and in aiding stomach ailments.
M.K. appears robustly purple and dark blue-green when grown in the appropriate environment, crystallized beyond belief. This medication may very well send you on a surprisingly energetic high, with the ultra-solid body stone typically present in her kush lineage. Known by my neighbor “Bob”, who normally is not inclined toward kush-bred hybrids as the “Danky Dank”, Mango Kush is definitely one to get your hands on.