About Durban Poison
The name, which is menacing, suggests its potent chemical activity, Durban Poison is a pure South African sativa landrace. It’s a striking and sticky strain that’s adjusted to various different conditions. Durban Poison boasts a THC amount of between 15 between 25% and 15 percent.
Cannabis is cultivated across the African continent from at least around the time of the 14th century until the time of Dutch colonization the plant had begun to spread to the south. The Khoikhoi, San, and Bantu communities native in South Africa had an established cultivation system and accepted culture for the drug, which they referred to as dagga..
In the latter part of the 1970s, American breeder Ed Rosenthal selectively bred several plants from a bag full of South African seeds that he brought into America. U.S. Rosenthal then passed some of his best specimens to his fellow breeder Mel Frank, who fine-tuned the genetics to improve the amount of resin and flowering times. Frank’s efforts produced “A” and “B” varieties of the seeds; the B line was passed on an A line that was given to Amsterdam breeder Sam the Skunkman, who also reduced the strain’s flowering duration.
Buds from Durban Poison range from medium-sized to large. While they possess a thick compact shape like indica varieties but their tapered and long shape is more typical of the sativas. The leaves of the forest are contrasted by bright orange pistils intended to capture pollen from male fertilizers. A layer of trichomes that are milky white provides the flowers with they have a soft sheen and a very sticky feel. Durban Poison is known for its classic bitter smell, accompanied by sweet licorice hints. The flowers are sour and skunky if they’re broken open or burned, and release a dense and lung-expanding puff. The scent of licorice is apparent when you exhale as well as the taste of sweet pine, almost cloying sap.
Durban Poison has a clear sharp, focused high that hits users immediately. The amplified effects of sounds and sights could initially be disorienting, but in the right environment, it can transform into a bouncy, energetic head high. The experience is almost entirely cerebral and without any signs of a heavy, suffocating couchlock It can be particularly beneficial for creative pursuits It’s a fantastic method to ponder the subtleties of a tense film or music piece. Durban Poison is also an effective social lubricant that can make smokers feel more relaxed and relaxed. Any benefits from medical treatments are more psychological than physical. This stress can give you a sense of calmness to people who are constantly disoriented by anxiety, depression or PTSD. It may also assist those suffering from attention deficit disorder to maintain a constant, deep concentration. Because it’s potent as well as cerebral Durban poison can cause negative consequences. It can put people in hyperdrive, which can make people feel anxious or anxious. It could also trigger the sensation of a fast-association “mindrace,” making smokers feel anxious as well as out of control. It is definitely more suitable for morning use than nighttime sleepiness, Durban Poison is a perfect wake-and-bake strain. The typical high lasts between 2 to 3 hours.
Because of its tough and tested genetics, Durban Poison is a great plant for people who are just beginning to cultivate. It can reach up to 12 feet tall, and consequently, is able to be successfully cultivated outdoors in warm, semi-humid conditions with constant daily temperatures of between 72 and eighty degrees F. Indoor growers must control the height of Durban Poison through trimming and bent branches in the early vegetative phase. Thanks to its time-tested cultivation and internationally-engineered genetics, this strain flowers remarkably quickly for a sativa, reaching maturity in 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors and by late September when grown outdoors. The plants also reward growers with a greater then average production.
The name is derived from the second-largest city in South Africa, Durban Poison offers a chance to taste one of Africa’s contribution to the array of landrace strains that are potent in the world. It’s got a sweet, hashy scent and a significant resin content, making it especially useful in the making of THC concentrates such as Shatter, and even wax. It is often compared to espresso. Durban Poison provides users with an energetic and mobile high that is as fun in a group as it is performing mundane or creative tasks.