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Zeppelin Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Up to 20%
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
60 to 70 days
Temperate outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Spicy, woody, herbal, pine, and lemon

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Zeppelin Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain boasts of very high potency as a Sativa-dominant variety. It comes from the labs of The iSeeds and was created by crossing the Super Haze 2002 strain with the White Widow X Snow White hybrid. By combining these different legends, the breeders were able to enhance the strain’s effects and shorten its flowering time.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Zeppelin?

This strain oozes of woody, herbal, pine, and lemon-haze scents that are carried over to its flavors. With THC concentration reaching up to 20%, the effects are very intense and psychoactive. It is a heavy and mostly cerebral stone that is perfect in the day that has no big obligations or important meetings scheduled. You’ll feel a lifted euphoria after each exhale, and this is followed by a growing sense of relaxation that keeps you from soaring higher and higher.

What are the medicinal benefits of Zeppelin?

This strain has quite an extensive list of medicinal benefits. It can help with migraines, chronic headaches, stress, anxiety, depression, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and even eye pressure.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Zeppelin?

This strain dries the mouth and eyes while under its long-lasting influence.

How to Grow Zeppelin?

This strain can be grown in an indoor space or an open space. However, because it grows tall and large, many experienced cultivators prefer growing these plants outside. Outdoors, it can easily reach up to 9 feet in height. It does best in temperate climates with steady daily temperatures. Make sure to provide it with lots of natural light, feedings, and air circulation. In an indoor grow, you will have to train and manage the plant’s height by applying the SOG or SCROG method.

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