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15 Reasons Why Smoking Weed Is Actually Really F*cking Good For You

As more statesВ join the movement to legalizeВ marijuana, smoking weed is becoming more mainstream than ever.

Unfortunately, marijuana still tends toВ get a pretty bad rap.

But if you ask me, there are all sorts of reasons why smoking weed is actually really good for you.

And I’m not just talking about weed’s ability to make you feel more creative or the fact that it helps you chill out, either.

Apparently,В getting high can also have a myriad ofВ health benefits.

That’s right. Sparking up can improve your health in all sorts of unexpected ways, and research showsВ that marijuana can improve your mood,В boost your energy, help you lose weight and even prevent certain diseases.

If you’re looking for yet another reason to justify your weed-smoking sessions, here are 15В advantages to getting lit AF on the reg:

1. Cannabis unlocks your creative potential.

A study found that cannabis causes psychotomimetic symptoms, which could lead users to make connections between ideas that aren’t exactly related.

This type of thinking is often crucial to creativity, so grab some ganja, and get those creative juices flowing.

2. Trees can be used to treat depression.

A study conducted by Rudolf Magnus Institute of NeuroscienceВ found that THC “reduces the negative bias in emotional processing,” which means weed could be used to help people cope with depression and other psychiatric disorders.

Plus, a study published by USC and SUNY Albany found that “those who consume marijuana occasionally or even daily have lower levels of depressive symptoms than those who have never tried marijuana.”

So if you’re feeling blue, brighten up your day by packing a bowl.

3. Weed can help you lose weight.

Although marijuana is notorious for giving you a mean case of the munchies, aВ study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology found that pot smokers are less prone to obesity.

Another study in the American Journal of Medicine revealed similar results, finding those who light up on the reg are actually a bit skinnier than those who don’t smoke marijuana.

In addition to giving you a smaller waistline, researchers also discovered that marijuana may boost your metabolism, increase fat loss and lower cholesterol. So next time you’re tipping the scale, try swapping out your salads for a different type of green.

4. Lighting up can lower your risk of diabetes.

A study published in The American Journal of MedicineВ found that people who smoke marijuana had lower insulin levels and insulin resistance levels by 16 and 17 percent, respectively.

This suggests that cannabis may play a role in regulating blood sugar, which can decrease your risk of developing diabetes.

5. Cannabis keeps you calm, cool and collected.

Researchers interviewed Swiss inmates who regularly smoked marijuana in prison and found that marijuana made the inmatesВ calmer and less stressed. Plus, marijuana use among prisoners also prevented violence and acted as a “social pacifier.”

I guess they don’t call it a “peace pipe” for nothing.

6. Sparking up is a great social activity.

Weed serves as a great icebreaker since it reduces social anxiety, encourages you to open up and makes you more accepting of others.

Plus, let’s be real: There’s no better way to spend a night in with your friends than hotboxing your basement, ordering pizza and watching all of your favorite TV shows.

7. Pot can make your periods suck less.

When it comes to managing premenstrual symptoms, marijuana could be a natural alternative to Midol.

StudiesВ have found that THC is an analgesic and antinociceptive agent that can alleviate the pain of those killer cramps and pounding headache.

Plus, marijuana has also been found to have anti-inflammatory propertiesВ that can help with the bloating that occurs around that time of the month.

8. Getting high doesn’t give you a hangover.

A night of drinking beers with your BFFs will leave you feeling pretty shitty the next morning. However, unlike drinking, smoking weed doesn’t result in a deathly hangover.

So you can get lit with your squad and still feel pretty amazing the next day.

9. Marijuana makes food taste a million times better.

There’s nothing better than getting stoned and stuffing your face with an endless array of snacks. But have you ever wondered why marijuana makes food taste soВ magical?

A study published in Nature NeuroscienceВ found that, thanks to THC’s effect on the brain’s cannabinoid receptors,В food appears more appetizing as a result of a heightened sense of smell.

Therefore, it’s probably a good idea to stock up on bagel bites and Dino nuggets before you spark up.

10. Smoking a bowl can boost your energy.

There’s a stigma surroundingВ marijuana use that it makes you lazy. However, not all strains of cannabis turn you into a complete couch potato.

Research has supported a link between the brain’s CB-1 and CB-2 cannabinoid receptors and dopamine. Essentially, small doses of marijuana won’t hurt your efficiency level, and an increase in dopamine levels gives you the focus you need to get your shit done.

If you’re looking for a little pick-me-up, swap out your coffee and smoke a Sativa-dominant strain like Sour Diesel or Jack Herer, instead.

11. Smoking weed can help you fall asleep.

Everyone knows weed helps you unwind.

While there is considerable debate over the long-term effect marijuana has on sleep cycles, someВ feel that smoking a bowl before bedtime actsВ as aВ better sleep aid than other substances, like alcohol and certain sleeping-inducing medications.

(Unfortunately, though, it’s said that marijuana’sВ effectiveness as a sleep aid decreases with increased usage.)

12. Marijuana can also eliminate nightmares.

Marijuana is also known to disturb the sleep cycle and suppress REM sleep.

Since dreams occurring during this type of sleep, marijuana can be used to interrupt this REM sleep and eliminate your full capacity to dream, thus eliminating your nightmares.

13. Everyone respects someone who can roll a blunt that’s lit AF.

Every pothead knows rolling the perfect joint or blunt is basically a form of art.

Learning how to roll an impressiveВ blunt takes a lot of time and practice to master, so people will always respect a stoner who has decent rolling skills.

14. Smoking weed makes you worry less.

An article published in a 2010 Harvard Mental Health Letter also suggestedВ marijuana alleviated symptoms of anxiety when administered in small doses.

The article also mentionedВ that small doses of THC act as a sedative, decreasing symptoms of anxiety. So the next time you can’t stop worrying about something, break out the weed.

15. Ripping the bong can actually be good for your lungs.

A study published in theВ Journal of the American Medical Association indicated that marijuana smoke is not detrimental to your lungs.

In fact, past studiesВ found lighting up can briefly increaseВ your lung capacity in the short term. you know, from all that inhaling you’re doing.

As more states join the movement to legalize marijuana, smoking weed is becoming more mainstream than ever. Unfortunately, marijuana still tends to get a pretty bad rap. But if you ask me, there are all sorts of reasons why smoking weed is actually…

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Leafly Readers Share Their Cleverest Hiding Places for a Cannabis Stash

Prior to cannabis legalization in each state, hiding your stash when not actively consuming was a must, and some of the most creative and clever hiding places the world has ever seen came about from the desire to light up in peace.

To commemorate the art of the stash spot, we turned to the Leafy community and asked you to share your most unique cannabis hiding places. Here’s what you said.

Secret Pockets in Your Favorite Clothes

“I’m all about the inside jacket pocket. Keep it classy.”

“Burton backpacks and clothing have super secret stash spots in the seams!”

“Nike SB Skunk’s with the stash sewn into the inside of the tongue.”

“I hide my bong in one of my long boots and stash my weed in my dresser.”

Compact Spaces for a Quick Bowl

“Ring box (under the cotton).”

“The little black containers for film rolls. My homie put me on.”

“Altoids containers are the classic.”

“My ashtray in my old car used to actually pop out and I could fit about an eighth in there.”

“The 1988 Nissan Stanza Wagon is among the uglier cars in existence, but among its virtues were almost innumerable hiding spaces for contraband, including but not limited to: Hollow arm rests with flip tops, extra space in removable speaker panels, a sliding panel over the back wheel well that pretty much had to be purpose built for smuggling.”

“I used to pop out the inside of a disposable pen and keep a joint in there. Discreet AND keeps your joint from being crushed when you toss it in your bag.”

“Deodorant stick. I would take a half used one, extend it to the end, take it off then store my dub sack in there, screw back on the deodorant stick and you’re good. But your weed may always smell like Old Spice.”

“Under some leaves to hide it from bike cops about to book us.”

Magical Stash Spots

“Under the fuel tank in my spaceship, gotta keep my 🔥 space weed away from alien thieves from other planets!!”

Turning Hobbies Into Stash Spots

“Do you remember the OG PS2? That’s where I hid my stash, when I was living with my parents.”

“A fake book that opened entirely—it’s not just a book that I cut into the middle of the sheets lol, so I can put my pipe, grinder, etc … imagine you can put 14g in it but the trick is that I got more than one in my library.”

“Hid the bong behind the washer/dryer … was always ‘doing the laundry’—such a good son.”

“The book Oryx and Crake had a character who kept his in an empty frozen orange juice container in the back of the freezer, and after reading it, I always used that.”

“I had a textbook that I had carved the inside out of. It was very ‘Shawshank Redemption.’”

“Photography kit bag was also a handy hiding spot for gear, especially back in the days of film canisters.”

Boxes Inside Boxes Inside Boxes Inside More Boxes

In a jar, inside of a jar, inside of a jar, inside of a jar, inside of a bigger jar, inside of wooden a box, inside of an ottoman.”

“When I would go home from college over winter break I would wrap everything up into one or two ‘Christmas gifts for friends.’ Who is going to open a Christmas gift addressed to someone else? Nobody will. Worked like a charm—except for the fact that I had to re-wrap everything about once a week.”

Are We Cops or Something?

“Y’all must have da POLICE LOOKING at these comments.”

“I’d tell ya but…well you know the saying…”

“*hits blunt* wouldn’t me telling you that information defeat the purpose of me stashing it?”

Editor’s note: Responses have been lightly edited for clarity.

Prior to legalization, hiding places for your cannabis stash were—and in some places still are—a must. Check out Leafly readers' cleverest stash spots.

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How to Pollinate Cannabis

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Want to make cannabis seeds or breed your own strain but not sure how to collect pollen and pollinate effectively? It’s actually really easy!

1.) Collect Pollen When Pollen Sacs Start to Open

Pollen is collected from male marijuana plants after they start flowering, or occasionally female plants when feminizing seeds.

When the pollen sacs from a marijuana plant start to crack and look like they’re about to open up (or if you can see one has already opened) then your pollen is ready for harvest!

When pollen sacs are cracking and opening up, you’re ready to harvest your pollen!

Pollen spilling onto a nearby leaf

One way to harvest your pollen is to gently and carefully remove all the pollen sacs. Let them dry for a week, and then put them in a resealable bag. If you shake the bag the pollen should easily spill out. You may need to cut a few open yourself.

How to Store Cannabis Pollen

Moisture is your main enemy when storing pollen. It can help to double the mass of the pollen collected by adding regular cooking flour. This absorbs moisture during storage and as an added bonus, it will make application easier later when you pollinate your plant.

If you triple-bag the pollen-flour mixture and stick it in the freezer (with a good nametag so you know where the pollen came from), your pollen can be stored for a year or longer. Make sure to use “freezer” bags (platsic bags specifically made for the freezer are more effective than regular plastic bags).

2.) Pollinate Female Plant That’s 2-3 Weeks in Flowering

It’s time to pollinate when your plant has been in the flowering stage for about 2-3 weeks.

Example of young cannabis buds that are ready to be pollinated

When your chosen mother is 2-3 weeks into the flowering stage, take a paintbrush and ‘paint’ your feminized pollen on the developing bud sites you want to pollinate. Bud sites are located wherever you can see leaves meet a stem. By 2-3 weeks in the flowering stage, all the bud sites should have tons of wispy white hairs. These are where you want to put your pollen (in the wild, these white hairs are what capture pollen out of the wind).

Only the buds that come in contact with pollen will grow seeds. You can choose to pollinate all of your buds or just a few on the plant.

Make sure that you’re touching all the female pistils/hairs with your pollen. Here’s a little video showing you exactly what this looks like!

6 Weeks to Harvest Seeds

It usually takes about 6 weeks for your marijuana seeds to fully develop. Some plants are literally dying right as the seeds become ready, so try to keep your plant alive until the seeds start dropping. The seeds can be used right away, or stored in a cool, dry place for a few years (stored in the back of your fridge is great). Don’t forget to label them with the date!

This seed is about to burst out of its calyx!

This is what it looks like when the seed is exposed

1.) Collect pollen when sacs crack 2.) Pollinate female 2-3 weeks into flowering stage 3.) Collect seeds ~6 weeks later. Read the article for pics and more info!

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Seven Hills $6.75M estate has indoor basketball court — PHOTOS

Shane and Willow Jager are right out of central casting and so is their Seven Hills home. The Henderson couple, the owners of Elite Pest Control and whose 100-foot-long pool — three times the normal size — was featured on HGTV’s “Pool Kings,” have listed their home, which was made for entertaining and kids, and includes an indoor basketball court. It’s on the market for $6,750,000.

Shane and Willow Jager are right out of central casting, and so is their Seven Hills home.

The Henderson couple, the owners of Elite Pest Control and whose 100-foot-long pool — three times the normal size — was featured on HGTV’s “Pool Kings,” have listed their home, which was made for entertaining and kids, and includes an indoor basketball court. It’s on the market for $6,750,000.

NBA superstar LeBron James, who recently signed with the Los Angeles Lakers, has shown interest in the home when he spoke with the couple, according to their Realtor, Kristen Routh-Silberman with Sotheby’s International Realty. Shane Jager is also a luxury Realtor with Sotheby’s.

The 11,718-square-foot, two-story home at 1353 Dilevante Drive is part of a 25-home, gated community called Portofino with it’s own private gate and 300-foot driveway. It’s like an estate on 1-acre lot on a bluff above Rio Secco golf course.

It has six bedrooms, an office, nine bathrooms and a four-car garage. The outdoor area has a cascading waterfall, swim-up fire lounge and rope on the second story where people can swing into the pool.

“The pool is a killer, and it is such a resort atmosphere,” Routh-Silberman said. “That house would be $20 million-plus if it were California. It’s a wow house and a lot of fun.”

The idea behind building the home was to bring California to Las Vegas since the couple are from Southern California, Willow Jager said. They set aside palm trees and planted them a year before they built the home.

“If we can’t be at the beach, we wanted to feel like we are at the beach,” Willow Jager said. “That is why there is so much water, and the pool is so big. It’s part of the indoor and outdoor, and the closest thing we can have at a real beach.”

There‘s a stairway to a skydeck where people can watch the sunset and views of the Strip.

“The third-story sky deck views are insane, and you can sleep out there with the stars and feel completely safe and watch the sunrise and listen to music up there,” Willow Jager said.

While it’s not unusual for homes to have a theater, gym and game area, this one has an indoor basketball court where you can play half-court or full-court games. And, you can access it by stairs or by a fire pole or a slide.

Las Vegas architect Richard Luke designed the home and Shane Jager oversaw the construction. It was built in 2016.

“I feel like it’s my rock star listing because it couldn’t be a better house at a better time for Las Vegas with all of the professional sports coming in town and all of the mad rush from California people,” Routh-Silberman said. “It’s a beautiful estate loaded with so many amenities. There’s not that many houses that have all of those things together — modern architecture, that beautiful backyard and a basketball court. It has something for everyone. It has a fantastic kitchen and super-fun amenities for the kids. The house doesn’t take itself too seriously, but it’s a serious house.”

The Jagers are high school sweethearts who grew up in Southern California and moved to Las Vegas in March 2000 in order to start what would become their pest control business.

“We moved out here without any kids and moved into an apartment and now are living the American dream,” Shane Jager said. “We went after it.”

“We thought we would stop in Vegas on our way back to California (from Utah), and we stopped in Vegas to see what it was like to start a business and never left,” Willow Jager said. “He would sell, and I would run the office.”

This is the couple’s fourth home in Las Vegas. Their last home they bought was 4,000 square feet and had five bedrooms.

“We always wanted to build something,” Willow Jager said. “We had a home in Roma Hills that was nice, but it was not our style.”

They looked for the perfect site and found it. It took more than six months of negotiations and the couple eventually worked out a deal for $385,000 and in December 2012, acquired two-tenths of an acre from Caesars Entertainment that would house the basketball court.

“We were in and out of all of the neighborhoods looking at land, and this one caught our eye because it was so secluded, private and hidden,” Shane Jager said. “We loved it where it was in proximity to the golf course, and the Strip and city views it had.”

With four children whose ages are 17, 15, 12 and 8, Willow Jager said the purpose behind building their own home was to provide a place for their children to bring their friends, and they could watch over them.

“We’ve hosted proms, dances, after-school parties and we have teenage parties every single weekend,” Willow Jager said. “That’s why we have the game room, movie theater and basketball court. We have most of everything a kid would want with a fire pole and slide. We made this a kids’ home so that the kids will spend time with us here and not go someplace else.”

Shane Jager said it’s not unusual to have more than 50 kids over playing basketball or dodgeball in the gym.

“It’s been nice because it gives us more nights with the kids and that extra supervision that may keep them out of trouble,” Shane Jager said.

Willow Jager said she grew up with eight kids in her family and her home was a hangout, and she wanted to provide that for her children.

“Sometimes, the house feels really big, but a lot of times it feels just right,” Willow Jager said. “It doesn’t sound right to say 12,000 square feet sounds normal, but the way it was laid out everything feels super cozy. Most people would pack up and head to the park, but we’ve played an indoor soccer game as a family, and it feels awesome. And we have this huge grass area so we don’t have to take the dog to the park because I have a park in my backyard.”

Shane Jager added: “we don’t have much space that doesn’t go unused, which seems surprising given that size of a home on that size of a lot.”

He said they thought this would be a great time to put the home on the market with the gains in residential real estate. The arrival of the Golden Knights to Las Vegas and the relocation of the Raiders in 2020 will create even more demand for luxury housing, he said.

“I would love to build again if I found the perfect lot,” Willow Jager said. “This is a great lot, and they’re hard to find. It’s secluded and private because it’s on the end of a cul-de-sac.”

Shane Jager played high school basketball as a shooting guard and won a college scholarship and loves the sport. He hosts full-court basketball games two nights a week featuring ex-UNLV and ex-professional basketball players.

“I think because of the gym that it’s likely a professional athlete will buy the home,” Shane said.

If it’s not an athlete or business owner, the couple said an entertainer with a family would be the other option to buy it.

The couple considered building the home in a Tuscan-style but opted for a more contemporary feel instead and are glad they did because that’s what’s in demand today.

“This house kept getting bigger and bigger,” Willow Jager said. “We didn’t think someone would buy a house with an indoor basketball court, but they are going to want all of the extras. A balcony became a workout room. This house is designed for our family but with the intent of resale.”

There’s a lot of “little things” that make the home special, such as a lounge outside the girls’ bedrooms, Willow Jager said. The boys had a game room, and the girls needed their own area to hang out, she said. The kids’ bedroom also has a loft.

Price: $6,750,000

Location: 1353 Dilevante Drive, Seven Hills

Size: 1-acre lot, 11,718 square feet, two-story, six bedrooms, nine baths, four-car garage

Features: 100-foot-long pool; indoor basketball court accessed by stairs, fire pole or slide; theater; game room; cascading waterfall; swim-up fire lounge and rope on the second story where people can swing into the pool; skydeck; gym; and private gate and 300-foot driveway.

History: Shane and Willow Jager, owners of Elite Pest Control built the home 2012

Listing: Kristen Routh-Silberman, Sotheby’s International Realty

Shane and Willow Jager are right out of central casting and so is their Seven Hills home. The Henderson couple, the owners of Elite Pest Control and whose 100-foot-long pool — three times the normal size — was featured on HGTV’s “Pool Kings,” have listed their home, which was made for entertaining and kids, and includes an indoor basketball court. It’s on the market for $6,750,000.

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    8 Ball Kush (Barney’s Farm) feminized

    The breeders of Barney’s Farm have used Afghanistan and Pakistan genetics from mountain areas to create 8 Ball Kush. This strain is an Indica dominant hybrid, with the composition of genes that is known for a very powerful physical effect. Smokers seem to appreciate this thick earthy flavor with spicy accents and they also enjoy the heavy corporal high.

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    8 Ball Kush feminized is a particularly grateful and cunning strain. First of all, it is reliable and extremely easy to cultivate. It seems completely insensitive to growing conditions, stress and proves to be highly mold resistant. One may keep the plant both indoors and outdoors without any special care or eminently favorable conditions. Despite the plant being not demanding at all, it flourishes with grace and produces a decent yield. You may want to take into consideration the time of flowering (from 7 to 9 weeks) and the tiny size of the plant as it grows no higher than 70 or 80 cm. In the case of such small shrubs the yield it produces is an impressive result. 8 Ball Kush is also a good solution for SOG and ScrOG growers who will be satisfied with quality marijuana of 18% THC and 1,4% CBD content.

    The breeders of Barney’s Farm have used Afghanistan and Pakistan genetics from mountain areas to create 8 Ball Kush. This strain is an Indica dominant hybrid, with the composition of genes that is known for a very powerful physical effect. Smokers seem to appreciate this thick earthy flavor with spicy accents and they also enjoy the heavy corporal high.

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    Cannabis Light Periods – What do I need to know about marijuana light cycles? (length of sunlight hours each day)

    If you’re growing a cannabis plant grown from a random seed (“bagseed”), unless you somehow have an auto-flowering seed, you will need to understand about cannabis life stages and how they are affected by light periods.

    If you don’t understand light periods, your plant may never start making buds! The light schedule experienced by your plant will actually change its life stage. Learn more…

    Cannbis plants have two life stages:

    1.) Vegetative – Seedling or clone leads to Vegetative Stage

    • Give 18-24 hours of light a day (indoors)
    • Cannabis grows only stems and leaves

    2.) Flowering – Flowering (Budding) Stage leads to Harvest

    • Give at least 12 hours of uninterrupted dark each day (short days)
    • Cannabis starts growing flowers/buds

    The first stage, “Vegetative” begins when marijuana plants first sprout, at the beginning of their life.

    Most indoor growers give their cannabis plants 18-24 hours of light a day during the vegetative stage. The exact number of hours needed to keep a plant in the vegetative stage is dependent on the strain, but 18+ hours/day will keep basically all cannabis plants in the vegetative stage.

    Outdoor growers plant their seeds in Spring when the days are naturally longer. In the wild, cannabis seeds naturally germinate in the Spring.

    For an indoor grower, when a plant is about half the final size you want it to be, you should change it over to the “Flowering” stage. This is the stage when your plant starts growing buds.

    You do this by changing your light so that it only shines for 12 hours a day, and the other 12 hours a day your marijuana plants are kept in TOTAL darkness.

    After 2-3 weeks of the 12-12 light schedule, most cannabis plants will show the first signs of their gender (they either are a female plant which starts growing buds, YAY! or they are a male plant which start growing balls/pollen sacs, NO!).

    Boy cannabis plants don’t give you any usable amounts of THC, so most growers toss them on sight. These male plants can also impregnate (pollinate) your female plants, which causes your female plants to produce seeds and less buds.

    So unless you’re planning on breeding, it’s important that most growers destroy male plants as soon as you notice them growing grape-like balls where their buds would normally be.

    Unfortunately, about 50% of all regular (unfeminized) cannabis seeds are male (though this varies from strain to strain, and from environment to environment). Fortunately for small growers, you can purchase feminized (all-female) seeds so you don’t have to worry about male plants if you don’t want to. Learn more about buying seeds.

    When does a cannabis plant start budding?

    Marijuana plants have an internal process that allows them to detect how long they receive darkness each night. This is because they are a “photo-period” plant, specifically a “short-day” plant which means these plants start making flowers/buds when days start getting short.

    In the wild, as the days get shorter and nights grow longer, a marijuana plant “realizes” that winter is coming and will start budding/flowering. It “knows” it’s approaching the end of its life cycle so it frantically starts making buds in time before winter.

    When growing marijuana outdoors, a grower doesn’t need to do anything to induce flowering because the sun will take care of things on its own. It’s just important to make sure that there are no lights shining on your plants during their night period (which will disrupt their dark cyle).

    However, when growing weed indoors, a marijuana gardener will have to fool their plants into “thinking” winter is coming to induce flowering and kickstart the creation of buds.

    This is done by changing the plant’s light schedule to 12-12, where the weed plants gets 12 hours of light a day and 12 hours of total darkness.

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    Zombie Kush

    breed by Ripper Seeds

    Here you can find all info about Zombie Kush from Ripper Seeds. If you are searching for information about Zombie Kush from Ripper Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Awards, Strain Reviews, Direct Comparisons, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

    Basic / Breeders Info

    Zombie Kush is a mostly indica variety from Ripper Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±58 days ) and outdoors . Ripper Seeds’ Zombie Kush is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

    Ripper Seeds’ Zombie Kush Description

    From the selection of one of our first genetic search works, an old Lavender Kush clone was pollinated by our brilliant Amnesia. From there a clone that we named “Sideral” was selected and we decided to pollinate it again later with our Bubba Kush.

    Its vegetative cycle should be generous if we want to develop the full potential of its Indica demeanor. With a low EC both in the vegetative and the flowering cycles we will get spectacular results.

    Its purplish colour scheme and the great quantity of trichomes that cover its large flowers would make this strain a key one for Kush flavor lovers.

    Vegetative: From 2 to 4 weeks
    Genotipe: 20% Sativa / 80% Índica
    Indoor flowering: 55/60 days
    Outdoor flowering: Early October
    Production: Medium / High
    Effect: Powerful / Durable

    Where to buy Zombie Kush cannabis seeds?

    Zombie Kush from Ripper Seeds is available only as feminized seeds. Regular seeds are not available at the moment. In 11 seedbanks, we found 30 offers between EUR 5.61 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 434.80 for 50 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Zombie Kush Cannabis Seeds from Ripper Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Zombie Kush Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Zombie Kush offers: Cannapot Hanfshop, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Seedsman, Mary’s Seeds, Indras Planet GmbH, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, canna-seed.com, Cheeba Beans, Herbies Head Shop, Alchimia Grow Shop and Zamnesia.

    Zombie Kush Awards

    Ripper Seeds’ Zombie Kush is a cupwinning variety and won 2 awards between 2017 and 2019!

    Zombie Kush breed by Ripper Seeds Here you can find all info about Zombie Kush from Ripper Seeds . If you are searching for information about Zombie Kush from Ripper Seeds, check out our