ZaZa Weed is a pack of fresh nugs that hide an insanely gassy, candy taste. It’s been described as Runtz but stronger. This Indica-dominant bud (70/30) will have you feeling dreamy, saying “ZaZa” all the way to sleep (some people call it “Za Za”). The strain provides an intense happy lift that locks you to your couch and destroys your anxiety. You’ll be snacking and sleeping when ZaZa gives you a spicy punch in the brain.
South Bay Genetics bred ZaZa Weed from a mix of Rare Dankness and Blue Dream to produce a stunning sleepy high that lasts forever. It flowers in about 65 days, which is standard. Home cultivators love this strain due to its growing structure. She’s super easy to trim and has a conveniently high ratio of calyxes to leaves. The yield is pretty large as well, with a strong chemical scent pouring off the plants and mixing with a hint of lemon zest and piney earth. The buds are round green grapes with thin amber hairs and tiny crystal trichomes. When smoking properly-cured ZaZa, users taste sour gas, pine, earth, and chemical lemon. It’s zesty ammonia on your palette with spicy diesel on the exhale.
When using ZaZa, you’ll feel locked to the couch, sedated, and with a heady feeling all over. Mentally, you’ll be relaxed and completely resigned to the world, with no concerns or stress anywhere. This makes ZaZa Weed a great strain for insomnia or those that suffer from stress, depression, and anxiety. ZaZa also makes you hungry, making it a great choice for people with low appetites or nausea issues.
You have to be prepared for the taste of zesty citrus, ammonia, chemical funk, and dank earth. ZaZa Weed is certainly not for everyone. The musky pine will make it impossible to hide once you start, leaving the hours of lasting relaxation hanging around in the haze. ZaZa Weed is a dreamy lady in two ways: the way she convinces you to accept her complex flavors and the way she helps you fall to sleep.
With grower-friendly traits in its structure, this strain also favors novice cultivators looking for an easy plant to get used to their crop, whether indoors or outdoors. The frosted nugs that result smell equally like armpits and pine, fuel and citrus. Insomnia, stress, and nausea are no match for it.