Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain Specifications
Type: Pure Sativa
Genetics Parents: South African Sativa
Flowering Period: 9 weeks
Climate: Warm, Sunny, Dry
Yield: 13 ounces per square meter indoors and 16 ounces per plant outdoors
Flavours: Earthy, Pine, Herbal, Spicy
THC Level: 16%- 20%
CBD Level: 0.02%
Harvest Period: September to mid-October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavours and Effects of Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain?
Opening a jar of Durban Poison will fill the room with scents of vanilla mixing with that familiar earthy cannabis smell. It is pleasing to the nose and as it soothes the senses. It gets even better when you light it up as noticeable robust sweetness tingles in the mouth. This sweet taste blends with the earthy and pine flavours of the smoke, making it an enjoyable smoking experience.
All it takes is a few puffs, setting the mood into happiness and motivation. It will bring an energy that will perk up your day and handle any task you need to finish. It is a very productive strain that will keep you busy and motivated without feeling drowsy the rest of the day. The strain’s relaxing effects bring an inner calm that soothes the mind and body to make you enjoy the high.
What are the Medical Benefits of Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain?
Durban Poison is famous among the medicinal cannabis community for treating mental conditions. It brings forth a euphoric and motivated vibe that helps medicinal cannabis patients forget about their troubles as they display a relaxed and positive demeanour. It is also an effective strain to help those feeling lethargic as the increased energy users feel helps perk up the mood.
Adverse Effects You Can Expect from Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain
Expect to experience dry mouth and eyes when using this strain as it causes slight dehydration. Drink hydrating fluids and apply moisturizing eye drops to lessen these side effects.
How to Grow Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain
Durban Poison regular cannabis is a hardy strain that can survive drops in temperatures. Still, they prefer to be growing in a warm, sunny and dry environment to thrive. They can be grown indoors or outdoors and ready for harvest outdoors by September to mid-October. They will flower for nine weeks and yield 13 ounces per square meter indoors and 16 ounces per plant outdoors.