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Zaffa Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
Up to 60 to 65 days
Mild and temperate outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Tangy, fruity

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Zaffa Marijuana Seeds Information

The Zaffa cannabis strain is an Indica dominant variety from Mean Beanz. It is the outcome of combining the Jaffa Caked Cookies genetics with Zkittlewood genetics. It is known for its pungent aroma, strong flavors, which are complemented with a knock-down buzz.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Zaffa?

This strain emulates a strong orange flavor that is pleasant and addictive. The high complements this taste as it allows you to kick back, relax, and enjoy the smooth smoke of this weed. The buzz starts with a mild cerebral sensation that will fill you with happiness, bliss, and motivation. For a short period of time, you will be able to charge through mundane tasks with vigor and excitement. Once the Indica side kicks in, you will want to just forget all these activities and find the nearest couch or bed. This strain is a great weed for late evening or nighttime use.

What are the medicinal benefits of Zaffa?

The relaxing properties of this strain are great in soothing out worries, anxieties, and tensions. It is also very efficient in treating muscle pains, spasms, headaches, migraines, back pains, and many more.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Zaffa?

Adverse effects from this strain are not a lot, but you will have to expect dry eyes and dry mouth when consuming this weed.

How to Grow Zaffa?

This strain does not demand much and responds well to both indoor and outdoor settings. When cultivated outside, it will thrive best in a mild and temperate climate with stable temperatures. Many experienced gardeners, however, grow this strain inside as it responds best using the Screen of Green (SOG) technique. It also works best when using the hydroponics set up. Defoliation is important to ensure that all the needed sunlight and ventilation are circulated across both the upper and lower layers of the plant.

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