Durban Poison Feminized Marijuana Seeds

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The feminized Durban Poison cannabis has an unknown lineage, but it will not hinder this strain from delivering a potent blow. It is a sativa dominant hybrid, so smokers can expect to experience the buzz more on the mind than the body. Over time, it was bred to reach its maximum potential and was able to decrease the production of the male parts until it has fully become feminized.

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Description

What are the Flavor and Effects of Durban Poison Feminized?

Smoking the Durban Poison Feminized marijuana will stimulate your mind. Although it has a pretty high THC level, which is said to be a little over 20%, the cerebral rush will not be that overwhelming. While you are under its influence, you will be in a blissful state as this Mary Jane shoo away pessimistic ideas. Your brain will then be filled with happy thoughts, and you will find yourself giggling. This is also best for socializing; as you become more talkative, you will want to get involved in various discussions. Your creativity and energy will also be boosted, so you will be more productive. Because of its sativa properties, it is highly advised to smoke this during the daytime rather than at night because it might keep you up beyond your bedtime.

The smoke of this ganja will tingle your taste buds. It has a sweet flavor that is complemented by notes of earthy and piney taste.

What are the Medical Benefits of Durban Poison Feminized?

Since the effects of the Durban Poison Feminized strain are mainly cerebral, it can be used to combat mood-altering conditions by removing worrying thoughts. When these unsettling ideas are washed away, you will be able to forget about your anxiety, depression, and stress. Additionally, as this weed enhances the focus of its tokers, those who have ADD or ADHD will find themselves capable of concentrating. Although it is predominantly sativa, this Mary Jane can still manage to assuage various physical conditions like cramps, fatigue, migraine, and pain.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Durban Poison Feminized

For the novice tokers and those with low THC tolerance, the Durban Poison Feminized cannabis can be overwhelmingly, especially when taken at a high dosage. Smoking this variant excessively can lead to anxiety, dizziness, headaches, and paranoia. In order to avoid these severe repercussions, toke this weed at a moderate dosage.

Aside from the significant adverse effects mentioned, trivial discomforts that are caused by dehydration cannot be evaded. The ever-present dry mouth and dry eyes will most likely occur. Luckily, by keeping yourself hydrated, you can get rid of these conditions.

How to Grow Durban Poison Feminized?

Growing the Durban Poison Feminized plant indoors or outdoors will not be a problem. However, to utilize this plant, having a consistent temperature of about 21 to 26 degrees Celsius is advised. The buds that can be collected after 9 to 10 weeks or by October are fat and heavily covered with glistening trichomes. Indoors, the yield can reach up to 550 grams. Meanwhile, only around 350 grams of buds can be harvested when it is grown outdoors. 

There is a way, though, to increase its buds production; by applying the Sea of Green (SOG) technique, you can maximize its yields. Another method, the Screen of Green (SCROG) method, can also be used. This practice will help manage its tall height, especially when it is already taking up plenty of space.

 

Durban Poison Feminized Strain Specifications

Type: Sativa dominant hybrid, Feminized
Genetics Parents: No data
Flowering Period: 9 – 10 weeks
Climate: Warm
Yield: 350 g – 550 g
Flavors: Earthy, Pine, Sweet
THC Level: ~20.77%
CBD Level: ~0.24%
Height: Tall
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate

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