Durban Poison Cannabis Strain Full Review
The official breeder of this strain is unknown, but Durban Poison was brought to the United States from South Africa. Its parental strains are unknown, but this pure Sativa has a unique flavor and type of high.
|Durban Poison strain recommended by Laurel (Lo) Friesen, CEO & Founder of Heylo. Read more about Heylo in Grower Stories #57|
Taste and Smell
This cannabis strain contains ocimene, terpinolene, and myrcene. Also, smokers most often noted that the first thing they felt was the sweet citrus scent. The following scents are also mentioned:
This strain is often described as both sweet and spicy, the strain smell is incredibly unique. It holds bold, pungent, earthy tones in its breaths with a light hint of pine sap finish.
Main Effects of Durban Poison
THC levels range from 24% to 28%, and in some cases go up to 30% of the content. It is definitely only suitable for experienced users. The high does not come immediately, but it works both physically and mentally. This kush helps consumers concentrate and improve their creativity, which helps with tough and boring work. It is also rumored that this cannabis speeds up the metabolism and allows you to burn more calories. However, side effects are fatigue and anxiety. Medicine uses the Durban Poison strain to combat:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Chronic Pain
This strain can be used with edibles as well as smoked. Be sure to know Durban Poison THC content when eating it. As this is a highly stimulatory form of weed, you don’t want to overdose on pot brownies, so ensure you count your THC points carefully.
Durban Poison’s Grow Information
This weed grows best in hot climates. Using the right fertilizer can increase yields. Genetics also made the plant resistant to pests, viruses, and bacteria, as well as small fluctuations in temperature. Cultivators prefer to use hydroponic methods. Flowering time takes 10-12 weeks.