Mazar feminized cannabis seeds grow into an indica-dominant cannabis strain created by crossbreeding the pure indica Afghani strain Mazar I Sharif with Skunk. This high-indica strain is known for its potent relaxation effects.
Mazar For Relaxation
Mazar offers you a strong relaxed sensation that targets both the body and the mind. Because you’re unlikely to feel up to jogging or doing much productive work, this strain is best saved for evening or nighttime use. Depending on your body chemistry, you may experience some brightly psychedelic effects in the early stages of the Mazar high, fading into relaxation, or you might be quickly induced into sleep.
Mazar Strain Seeds
Though Mazar cannabis seeds are a great recreational choice, they also provide considerable medicinal benefits. The deep relaxation – sometimes progressing to a couch lock effect – can aid sufferers of insomnia, and beat back the looming aggravation of stress and anxiety. If you feel the euphoric effects, you might find an uplifting of your mood and spirits, even as you are lulled to slumber.
Mazar Cannabis Medical Uses
All those body-soothing qualities also help relieve chronic pain associated with a wide range of conditions – there are many medical cannabis seed gardeners who find this natural medication works better on their pain than any over-the-counter or prescription compound. Some patients find Mazar’s painkilling effects can alleviate migraines as well, though we recommend trying the strain first to ensure a headache isn’t a minor side effect, instead. Finally, Mazar can boost a waning appetite, making it a great choice for patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation, or those suffering from eating disorders.
Mazar Strain Flowering Time
Easy-to-grow Mazar cannabis seeds are best planted indoors and are well-suited to the snug quarters of the Screen of Green growing method. With a minimal amount of care, and following a short flowering stage (just 50 to 60 days), this therapeutic strain’s short, bushy physique will provide you with as much as 550 grams of harvestable flower for every square meter of growth.