Mandarin Triangle Kush
Mandarin Triangle Kush is a Sativa dominant hybrid strain with strong genetics from two cup winning parents: Triangle Kush and Mandarin Sunset. It was created by the popular cannabis breeders Ethos Genetics.
Mandarin Triangle Kush is an eye-appealing strain with beautiful large nugs that are olive green while the leaves beneath are deep green. The aroma is exquisite; a mix of tropical flavors with a blend of kush earthiness. This will come off as lemons, oranges, berries, and hints of diesel pungency.
Mandarin Triangle Kush flowers in 60-70 days and yields 50-70 grams/sq ft. The THC usually tests at 20-24%.
This is a Sativa dominant hybrid strain with 60% Sativa and 40% indica. It has 20-24% THC and less than 1% CBD.
Mandarin Triangle Kush is a cross between Mandarin Sunset and Triangle Kush cannabis strains. It was created by Ethos Genetics.
Terpenes and cannabinoids are both produced in the resin glands in trichomes. Terpenes support the therapeutic role of cannabinoids by creating cannabis synergy- a more powerful healing effect that is present for a longer duration. This can also be described by the phrase “the whole I greater than the sum of parts.”
Mandarin Sunset Triangle has many terpenes, possibly exceeding 100. However, the most detectable terpenes in this strain include:
Limonene is a citrus-scented terpene commonly found in citrus fruits and various cannabis strains. It’s known for its potential mood-enhancing effects and may also offer potential anti-inflammatory properties.
Linalool is a floral-scented terpene found in lavender and several cannabis strains. It’s associated with potential calming and relaxing effects, making it popular in aromatherapy and skincare products.
Alpha and beta pinene are pine-scented terpenes found in pine trees, rosemary, and certain cannabis strains. They’re believed to offer potential respiratory benefits and may promote alertness and memory retention.
Beta-caryophyllene is a spicy, peppery terpene found in black pepper, cloves, and various cannabis strains. It’s known for its potential anti-inflammatory properties and may also act as a cannabinoid by binding to CB2 receptors in the endocannabinoid system.
Camphor is a strong-smelling terpene commonly found in camphor trees and other aromatic plants. It’s used in traditional medicine for its potential analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties and is also used in topical treatments for its cooling sensation.
Humulene is an earthy, woody terpene found in hops, sage, and certain cannabis strains. It’s believed to have potential anti-inflammatory and appetite-suppressant properties and is also found in beer, contributing to its aroma and bitterness.
What Consumers are Saying:
Once you inhale this strain you will feel the taste of lemons fill up in your mouth. This will be followed by hints of spice and sourness.
This strain’s effects are gradual but ultimately build up to something beautiful. Deep relaxation after taking this strain. It is also a good conversation starter that can help to break the ice at social events.
The predominant effects are strongly cerebral and intoxicating. This mental energy can be channeled towards some creative projects such as competing for an artwork or any pending project that requires focus and creativity.
Potential Medical Benefits
Below are a list of conditions that Mandarin Triangle Kush may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.
Some users reported dry mouth and dry eyes.