ZEI min

ZEI Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Up to 20%
Flowering Period
55 to 60 days
Warm and temperate outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Hash, fruity, citrus, and floral

Where To Buy ZEI Marijuana Seeds

ZEI Marijuana Seeds Information

The Zei cannabis strain is the outcome of crossing the Mazar strain with the Shulam strain. This pure Indica variety is from Tiki Seedbank, and it offers all the advantages and benefits of an Indica plant. The buds are small, round, and dripping with sweet, sticky resin, just like its Mazar mother.

What are the Flavor and Effects of ZEI?

This plant offers all the delicious flavors of hash, fruity, sour citrus, and flowery. With THC levels reaching up to 20%, you can expect a psychedelic cerebral high with this strain that will end up with a deep, fulfilling sleep. It is a good bud to smoke in the nighttime as it fills the mind and body with pure calm and peace, lulling any user, both novice and experienced, into a long slumber.

What are the medicinal benefits of ZEI?

This strain is perfect for treating insomnia. As a pure Indica, it provides very potent relaxing and sedative properties to the medicinal cannabis community. It is also a great weed for patients who are needing prescriptions for Alzheimer’s disease, stress, anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorder, bipolar disorder, chronic migraines, etc.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from ZEI?

You can experience a bad case of dry, itchy throat and red, dry eyes when smoking this weed.

How to Grow ZEI?

With both parents selected for indoor growing, this strain strives best in an inside environment or in greenhouses, where settings are controlled. The plant grows short with dense and broad fan leaves that grow laterally from very compact colas. Regular trimming is needed to ensure that sunlight, air, humidity, and all the needed nutrients reach all the different layers of this plant. It can, however, also grow in an outdoor setting, which is good news for open space growers. When cultivated outside, it needs a warm climate with lots of natural light and feedings.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email