Sweet ZZ- A Treat of Fruity Flavours
Sweet ZZ comes from a lineage of heavy Indica and Sativa dominant strains. Breeders at Royal Queens Seeds had the vision of creating an Indica sweeter than any other strain. They aimed at replicating the well known Zkittlez and making it even better. To achieve this, they decided to use Grape Ape to lay the Indica foundation. She exerts an almost overwhelming high onto the body. To give it the taste they wanted, they introduced Grapefruits to the mix. While it did not change the composition that much, it did deliver a full terpene profile.
Effects of Sweet ZZ
Sweet ZZ is a heavy punch thrower. With THC levels at 22%, she could easily overwhelm inexperienced users. Novice smokers should be cautious when using her. Experienced users are also recommended to take her slow as it is fast-acting upon the mind. She is true overpoering Indica.
Sweet ZZ delivers a smooth and calming effect to the user. You slowly start to feel light, like baggage has been lifted off you. She quickly engulfs the mind and soothing you in the process. The effect makes her ideal for some medical marijuana users who do not mind the high. She quickly suppresses stress, anxiety and depression. With a few more tokes, you will also be able to experience her sedating capabilities.
Taste and Aroma of Sweet ZZ
The terpene profile Sweet ZZ inherited from her parents are tantalizing. Immediately her smoke touches your tongue and nostrils, you are entertained by the taste and scent of candy, palatableness, pine, earth and pepper.
Growth of Sweet ZZ
Sweet ZZ is a huge producer. She grows into a compact and thick canopy with a primary cola, surrounded by smaller bud sites. You could also use methods such as low stressing to get better yields. She does well both indoors and outdoors, with the best yield being in warmer conditions while still giving something in colder conditions.
When grown as an indoor plant, she stretches to the height of about 80 to 140cm. She will give a yield of 500 to 600 grams per square metre. Outdoors, she does much better in height and yield. She will reward the grower with 500 to 550 grams per plant at the height of around 160 to 200 cm. She has a 7 to 9 flowering period and is ready for harvest in late September.