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Zamal Reunion Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
Up to 13 weeks
Subtropical outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, woody, and spicy

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Zamal Reunion Marijuana Seeds Information

Zamal reunion is a phenotype of the original landrace strain, Zamal. It is a Sativa dominant variety with typical landrace traits, including its tall height, its fluffy nugs, and its high potency. The buds are massive and have very eye-catching colors. The leaves are vivid neon green, the hairs are orange, and a generous coating of crystal trichomes envelopes them.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Zamal Reunion?

The strain retains the sweet taste of the original landrace and combines this with an interesting mix of woody flavor and a spicy exhale. The effects are unsurprisingly uplifting and very energetic. It is the perfect weed to smoke during meditation, or a yoga session, or when you have a long day of meetings ahead. It is a great strain to smoke in the daytime as it opens your mind to creativity, ideas, and inspiration.

What are the medicinal benefits of Zamal Reunion?

Patients who have been looking for ways to combat depression, stress, anxiety, mood swings, and even attention deficit disorders will find relief with this weed.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Zamal Reunion?

In high doses, this strain can easily cause a spike in the level of paranoia and panic, especially if you are prone to these symptoms. It can also cause headaches for those with low tolerance levels.

How to Grow Zamal Reunion?

This strain grows tall and rather bushy. It grows well in an indoor setting as well as an outdoor setting. These plants, however, grows best in an open space as their nugs need enough space to achieve their maximum potential. They thrive in a subtropical climate, and growers will have to make sure that temperatures are kept at a certain level to avoid mold and mildew. Indoor growing will also produce a generous yield as long as training is done to manage the plant’s height.

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