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Exploring The Strain: Zaza Strain

Exploring The Strain: Zaza Strain

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Want to try the Zaza strain but are confused as to what it brings to the table? Do not worry. We are here to discuss different aspects, from genetics, flavors, benefits, etc. So that you can make a more informed decision in procuring a new strain of marijuana that can make you a couch potato but stimulate your mind like Michaelangelo. 

What Is Zaza?

What Is Zaza

If you love hip-hop like me, I guess you have heard the term Zaza. It is a popular term in the hip-hop and internet community that has intrigued fans, but what is the Zaza? Since everyone is confused about the possible meaning, the 420 community is engaged in an active discussion in order to understand the term.

Even though the term Zaza is an umbrella term and can have multiple strains under it. But today, we are here to discuss the specific strain called the Zaza that is currently available in retail. Zaza strains of marijuana are predominantly Indica-dominant strains. This strain is a culmination of cross-breeding exotic weed strains like the iconic Rare Dankness #1 and Blue Dream strain. This is a strain that boasts an impressive 19 to 21 percent of THC content. Therefore, mild as well as heavy users can have a satiating experience with this exotic Zaza strain. 

Still, the term is used to address some of the most exotic weed strains or high-quality, premium marijuana. But that is just the surface meaning. In order to truly understand Zaza weed strains, we have to go deeper and decode the term from the inside out. Sit and strap in as I take you on a journey to understand and decode the term. 



As explained earlier, this is a strain that shares a 70/30 ratio. This means this is a strain that is 70% Indica and 30% Sativa. Therefore, this is an Indica-dominant strain that derives most of its characteristics from two of its parent strains, Blue Dream and Rare Dankness. Due to high indica content, the Zaza exotics or the Zaza strain has potent couch-locking characteristics. 

Since this is an Indica-dominant strain, it can knock off the boots of new users. So, if you are somebody who is new to the cannabis game, do not touch the strain any time other than the night. Otherwise, you will have a very unproductive day ahead of you. The very word Indica refers to night.

Therefore, any strain that is Indica dominant should only be used at night. This would enhance the overall experience of the strain by drifting you off to sleep. However, to truly understand the effects and usage of the strain, you need to understand the two parent strains that make up this iconic weed.

Blue Dream

This is a perfect strain that has strong sativa quality. This makes the strain perfect for wake and bake. This strain is perfect if you want to have a good creative zeal coupled with a feeling of relaxation. The hint of blueberries, along with a balanced high, has made it fairly popular in the 420 community as of late.

Rare Dankness #1

With a whopping amount of 25% THC, this is one of the most exotic and potent strains that are available. The primary characteristics of the Zaza of strains are derived from this parent strain. As is expected, this strain has a potent couch-locking capability that can make you a sloth. Therefore, this is not perfect for consuming at the beginning or the middle of the day. 



One of the most iconic things that sets this strain apart from any other strain is its appearance. As soon as you lay your eye on this strain, you will immediately know that this is an exquisite weed strain that is rare and premium. Generally, the standard Zaza strains look like grape-like nugs that are covered with orange pistils and white trichomes. But there are other variations, like the purple Zaza strain, lady Zaza strain, pink Zaza strain, etc., that are based on its appearance.

The taste and the fragrance of the strain share a striking similarity. Users claimed that they were welcomed with a fruity citrusy taste with wooden and sweet undertones. Therefore creating a mix of the dominant flavors of the parent strains. 

The primary terpenes that are found in Zaza are myrcene, limonene, pinene, and linalool. Myrcene is an earthy terpene that is closely associated with the couch-locking phenomenon. Limonene is the terpene that adds the citrusy flavor profile to the Zaza. The pinene has a sweet, earthy flavor that works as an anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. And finally, the linalool is the floral flavor that adds a calming effect to your weed. 

The Experience

The Experience

This review would not be complete if I did not talk about the overall experience of the strain. Now, before we proceed to discuss some of the effects of the strain, we need to clarify that every individual processes marijuana in a different way. Hence, the effects that are explained here are generalized ones that are observed throughout the spectrum.

The most prominent effect that you would feel after consuming the strain is a feeling of euphoria. This is the Zaza influencing the serotonin level of the brain that enhances the feeling of euphoria.

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The next thing that you would notice is the feeling of relaxation and the couch-lock phenomenon. Once the weed is absorbed by the bloodstream, you feel a sense of heaviness in your body. Therefore compelling you to lie down or relax.

And the final and the most prominent effect that would set in once you consume the weed is the feeling of munchies. If you are new here, munchies can be explained as the feeling of snacking that one usually feels after consuming weed. 

Medicinal Properties

After studying some of the generalized effects of the Zaza strain, it is only appropriate that we study some of the medicinal properties of the strain. These properties have been confirmed by several researchers and users who use it medicinally. 

Zaza strain is known for its low CBD value along with high THC levels. As a result, it is known to help individuals who are suffering from some of the ailments like:

  • Anxiety.
  • Depression.
  • Loss of appetite or anorexia.
  • Insomnia.
  • Stress.

The Final Verdict

In summation, the iconic Zaza strain is one of the most exotic weeds that money can buy. With a premium look and iconic flavor or terpene profile, this is one of the best strains that you can try this weekend. But be careful; it can make you a couch monster and make you eat 5 packs of Cheetos if you are not careful. For more strain guides, keep following our page.

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