Zenfandel OG min

Zenfandel OG Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
1.6 ounces per square foot
Flowering Period
65 to 70 days
Hot and tropical outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, lemon, pine, and fuel

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Zenfandel OG Marijuana Seeds Information

This limited edition strain is from the impressive lineage of OG Kush – it is the result of combining the Tahoe OG x Merlot V with the Larry OG x Merlot V. The breeders at Ocean Grown crafted this weed to create a strain that carries on the delicious flavors of the OG with extensive medicinal qualities. The buds are very eye-catching as vivid orange hairs stand out against the green and purple leaves.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Zenfandel OG?

The overall impression that you get when smelling this weed is that of sour and sweet lemons, with hints of pine and fuel. This is the same flavor profile that you’ll get when tasting it. The smoke is spicy and acrid and causes eyes to water. The effects of this strain are more head-focused. It alters your perception in many ways, including visuals, patterns, colors, etc. It also lifts you to a hazy euphoria filled with happiness and pure bliss.

What are the medicinal benefits of Zenfandel OG?

Medical applications of this strain include relief from stress, anxiety, manic mood swings, depression, PTSD, and even attention deficiency. This strain has also been reported to help patients suffering from chronic headaches and migraines.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Zenfandel OG?

This weed has the potential to make you feel paranoid or anxious when consumed in high doses.

How to Grow Zenfandel OG?

This strain grows rather short with bushy lateral branches. They can be grown indoors and outdoors. As the plants only typically reach heights of 2 to 3.5 feet, indoor cultivation tends to be more convenient for cannabis growers. The plants respond well to both SOG and SCROG methods as well as a soil or hydroponics setup. Trimming the broad leaves that grow around the upper part of the plant is required to ensure that light and air are evenly distributed across the different layers of flowering nodes.

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