Somango Feminized Cannabis Seeds
Somango cannabis is an indica-dominant hybrid that is the product of Jack Herrer, Super Skunk, and Big Skunk Korean. This array of genetics creates not only a diverse cannabinoid profile, but also some very tasty terpenes and terpenoids. Somango Feminized is oh so sweet and fruity. Although she is mostly indica, her high has a wonderful mood-boosting property and a relaxing physical effect.
Somango is a fruity, indica-dominant strawberry and grape combination. It’s a cross between three wildly different buds: Big Korean Skunk, Super Skunk, and Jack Herer. Somango feminized is ready to satisfy indica and sativa enthusiasts alike with amazingly vigorous and mentally focused impacts. The THC content of this strain was measured at 12% to 23%; some phenotypes are also bred for moderate CBD levels.
Somango cannabis is distinguished by big spade-shaped blossoms, tapering from a broad foundation on the stem to a rounded end. The plants also have a sativa-like framework that appears fragile and fuzzy with leaves that are readily ripped off their main roots. With vibrant orange pistils, the leaves themselves are an olive green.
Somango phenotypes also often involve profound red and violet stripes in their blooms. These colors occur when cold weather agitates pigments called anthocyanins as the plants grow; the process is similar in principle to the autumn foliage change. These already colorful blooms are covered by a layer of fluffy white trichomes, offering them a dewy shine and rendering them very tender to the contact.
Somango bursts with a tropical flavor mixing fresh orange with a slightly herbal, peppery note— this flavor profile will be familiar to Jack Herer’s devoted fans. Underneath these bright scents hangs the dank smell of skunk and it is intensified when buds are ground up or broken open. Somango has an unusually severe smell that can cause breathing bouts. With a fruity, fermented rim, this smoke smells medicinal on the exhale. Somango, in particular, has no discernible grape colors or smells; this is because the pigments that determine its purple dye have no associated impact on its flavor.
450g-500g / m2