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Zazen Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Berry, sweet, and sour
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
50 to 55 days
Warm outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
15% to 21%
Berry, sweet, and sour

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Zazen Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain is the outcome of crossing two highly potent strains, the Boo Berry and the Venkam OG. The genius behind this elusive Indica-dominant hybrid is the Lost River Seeds. Zelda Berry buds are long, tapered, and covered with thin amber hairs and tiny amber colored crystal trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Zelda Berry?

This weed has a super sweet berry flavor with hints of sourness upon exhale, which perfectly balances out the entire flavor profile. With this strain, you can bet on a long-lasting physical buzz that is perfect for a relaxing and peaceful evening or night. The start is a cerebral rush that is euphoric and slightly uplifting. It will increase your levels of happiness without increasing your energy. This mental buzz, however, is enough to wipe out any stresses and tensions that have built up throughout the day. Once the body Indica buzz settles in, you’ll start your descent to a state of full relaxation. This buzz will become sedative, and soon after, you will fall into a deep sleep.

What are the medicinal benefits of Zelda Berry?

This strain is a great choice for those who are looking for ways to get over their stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and chronic body pains.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Zelda Berry?

This strain can come with dry eyes and dry mouth due to its high amount of cannabinoids. Keep yourself hydrated in between hits to make sure you keep these effects at a minimum.

How to Grow Zelda Berry?

The plant grows well in an open space, in greenhouses, and indoors. When cultivating these plants indoors, they respond well to the Sea of Green (SOG) or Screen of Green (SCROG) techniques. In addition, this plant grows short and bushy with thick leaves. By applying LST and topping, this will further ensure robust growth and maximum yield from your plants. Outdoor growing, on the other hand, requires a consistently warm climate with lots of light.

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