Known for its balance of both THC and CBD, the hybrid cannabis strain Zen (aka Zen-X) can be used to help heal problems associated with the digestive track. Its buds are a mossy green, baring amber pistils and a thin coat of trichomes.
Zen emits a berry-like aroma with undertones of fresh soil and citrus, with a taste that’s similar.
THC levels average between 18-22%. Its high will immediately alleviate most stomach/digestive issues as a full onset of the munchies is induced (issues such as appetite loss, anorexia, Chrohn’s disease, and nausea). Once hunger increases and the munchies have been eased, the mind will relax and become slightly more creative. Energy increases, so creative hobbies/activities will be seemingly more enjoyable and easier to complete.
Besides your normal dry eyes and mouth, Zen may cause paranoia or anxiousness when improperly consumed.
It takes ten weeks for Zen to fully flower, producing the best yields indoors.
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Parent strains of Zen are a combination of the sativa Mexican, indica Afghani, and hybrid Lavender. It first blossomed under the care of CBD Seeds.