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Zero Gravity

Zero Gravity

Indica - 60%
Recommended time of use: Evening
Origin: AfghanistanNetherlands
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About Zero Gravity

Zero Gravity's mother, a clone only plant called Gravity, made it's way to TH Seeds after a long and winding journey. Gravity began appearing in Amsterdam in 1999, distributed in small batches by Neville and Shanti Baba from Mr. Nice's Seeds. They had created the plant for Sensi. From there she traveled the world and finally returned to Amsterdam, where TH Seeds found her and crossed her with their landrace Indica from Afghanistan. The mother was created by mixing a Hash Plant and Northern Lights #1 hybrid with an unknown Indica, which makes Zero Gravity a pure Indica multi-hybrid. Tasting of over ripe citrus fruit, Zero Gravity's effects are similar to what the name would suggest, many patients report feeling as if they are floating.


A very easy strain to grow Zero Gravity needs little attention and requires only the most basic of care and nutrients to flourish. The strain grows just as well indoors as it will outdoors, as long as you have room for plants that can reach up to 140 centimeters. Producing a full harvest of up to 400 grams per square meter, Zero Gravity needs a good 65 to 70 days to finish flowering.

THC Content - 18.0% Highest Test

Average Indica
 
12.5%
Zero Gravity Highest Test
 
18.0%
Zero Gravity Average
 
13.0%

Common Usage

Effects

 
Cotton Mouth
 
Dizziness
 

Reviews

GRAVITY
May 19, 2017
The first time I've ever smoked weed was this type I feel unstressed, optimistic and happy.
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