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ZG4 Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
60 to 65 days
Dry and sunny outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, sour, berries, lemon, and skunky

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ZG4 Marijuana Seeds Information

This Indica dominant variety from Rebellion Seeds is the offspring of two award-winning strains – the GG4 (Gorilla Glue No. 4) strain and the Zkittles strain. The breeders ensured that this weed retained the delicious flavors of the Zkittles and the robust growth of the GG4. With two high-quality parents, this strain is unsurprisingly awesome.

What are the Flavor and Effects of ZG4?

This strain inherited the funky flavors of the Zkittles strain and offered a sweet and sour funk that is reminiscent of berries and lemons. It has a grape-like and skunky exhale that completes the delicious flavor profile. The effects of this strain come on relatively quickly. Its cerebral buzz is subtle, starting with some mild pressure around the eyes and temples. You will enjoy a psychedelic feast of visual amplifications. As the high progress, a slow body high creeps in to complement the mental sensation. It is very relaxing, calming, and will put your body at ease.

What are the medicinal benefits of ZG4?

This strain is great for treating depression, stress, anxiety, and physical ailments, both chronic and minor ones. It is also a good bud to smoke for those experiencing attention deficit disorders as the initial mental sensation can aid in mental acuity.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from ZG4?

Individuals who are prone to panic and paranoia should make sure to exercise moderation when using this weed.

How to Grow ZG4?

This strain is very easy to grow and can be grown inside or outside. It is a good candidate for an indoor SCROG (Screen of Green) grow because it grows fast and can fill up space in no time at all. It also responds well to LST (Low-Stress Training) technique. When cultivated outside, the plant needs a dry and sunny climate to achieve a bountiful harvest.

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