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Zeta’s Crown Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Warm outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Sandalwood, herbal, pine, tropical

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Zeta’s Crown Marijuana Seeds Information

The Zeta’s Crown cannabis is known for its perfectly-balanced effects that hit both the head and body. It was produced by the breeders at Roots 6.4 Gardens and was created by combining a Crown OG female strain with a S.A.G.E x Tangie strain. It boasts of strong colas with massive buds covered in crystal trichomes and sweet resin.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Zeta’s Crown?

This strain has an exotic mix of flavors – sandalwood, herbal, and pine. A spicy undertone is noticeable as you exhale. The high from this strain kicks in almost immediately. You will feel its potency on the first hit, and it starts with a euphoric buzz that crashes and takes over your head. Any stress, worries, and tension will be easily washed away. This is followed by its sedative properties, which will reverse the energy and focus that filled you initially. As soon as the high reaches your core and limbs, you will start to feel lazy, and your body will feel heavy. You will be soothed by a calming embrace and pulled into a fulfilling sleep.

What are the medicinal benefits of Zeta’s Crown?

This strain can do a lot of benefits for cannabis patients. It can help relieve anxiety, chronic stress, depression, bipolar syndrome, ADD/ADHD, PTSD syndrome, and chronic physical pains. Insomniacs will also love this weed.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Zeta’s Crown?

Its intensity can cause some people to feel nauseous or dizzy. However, these effects should not happen when taking the weed in moderate doses.

How to Grow Zeta’s Crown?

This strain appears to be clone-only as feminized seeds are not made available for sale. Like its parent, this strain thrives in a warm outdoor climate with lots of natural light. It grows to an average height and will require regular trimming to ensure that the necessary nutrients reach across all the layers of flowering nodes. This strain can also be grown indoors. In fact, many growers prefer growing them inside where they can control the temperatures and different settings easily.

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