Durban Poison Feminized Strain Specifications
Type: Sativa-dominant (20% Indica, 80% Sativa), Feminized
Genetics Parents: Landrace strain
Flowering Period: 9 to 10 Weeks
Climate: Tropical, Dry, Warm
Yields: 550G Indoors and 350G Outdoors
Flavors: Spicy, Creamy, Citrus, Sweet, Pine
THC Level: 20.77%
CBD Level: 0.24%
Harvest Period: Mid September to Mid October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Durban Poison Feminized?
Durban Poison has a very distinct type of terpene set and flavors that you will easily be able to differentiate from the other landrace genetics out there. A good mix of creaminess and spices elevate the smoke and keep it interesting to smoke. When inhaling that rich and full-bodied smoke, it will be very smooth and velvety. Without leaving any traces of gassy or harsh tastes, smokers of Durban Poison will instead feel bursts of citrus and pine that just house themselves in your tongues. This gives for a very sweet and delectable taste which any user will find appealing.
What effects can users expect from a landrace sativa such as the Durban Poison? Well, as the one one in its class, this unique and very distinguishable strain offers a very evident sativa influence with the energizing bursts and cerebral euphoria that it produces. When the mind high quickly sets in, you will notice your head feeling a lot lighter with your senses clearing up. The boost in your focus will give you a more alert type of mindset that can increase your productivity.
The train of happy thoughts that enter your mind will seemingly turn any negative energy into a more positive and uplifting mood that promotes an extremely social and upbeat high! As it will be perfect for taking to parties or for starting out your days, the kick that you get from Durban Poison is guaranteed to enlighten your whole head!
What are the Medical Benefits of Durban Poison Feminized?
The Durban Poison marijuana strain can bring some very effective medical benefits with its high. But because the CBD levels are not the highest out there, this strain’s medical properties are more inclined to be used in common and mild conditions. It is a landrace hybrid that will focus more on relieving symptoms and ailments that cause fluctuations in your moods and a negative mindset that affects your daily lives. As such, the happy and euphoric sensations of Durban Poison keep medical patients from experiencing debilitating conditions of high stress, anxiety, depression, and can even reduce the severity of PTSD and trauma-induced panic attacks.
Most marijuana strains are known to contain levels of anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving cannabinoids in their buds. With it, Durban Poison can actually come in handy when medical patients are experiencing certain forms of pain and discomfort in their bodies. Any stiffness in their limbs and aches in their lower backs, stomachs, and even nerve inflammations may be treated through the use of this hearty strain.
Negative Effects You Can Expect From Durban Poison Feminized
Whether you are using this strain for medical or recreational uses, it is still very advised to use Durban Poison with caution. Because it can get very potent with regards to the mind effects that it causes, overconsumption of this strain’s buds can definitely leave users between a thin line of being psychedelic and mind-disorienting.
In cases where it is beginner smokers taking the hits, they will be a lot more prone to experiencing paranoia and panic. These sensations can heighten their senses of anxiety and, contrary to the effects, can make them feel nervous and on edge.
How to Grow Durban Poison Feminized
Most landrace marijuana strains are practically so used to their natural growing areas that they will need as much light, openness, and air flow as they can. As such, try keeping these Durban Poison Feminized marijuana seeds under a dry, warm, and tropical climate where there are long hours of lighting sources. The plants of this landrace strain tend to get pretty tall, so you should consider placing them outdoors where they can naturally expand and reach their optimal heights. Of course, if you want shorter plants such as when you are using indoor gardens, you can control the way that these Durban Poison plants grow by limiting the soil in their pots and practicing some training and topping techniques during the vegetative stage.
Durban Poison Feminized seeds come at a moderate level of difficulty when growing them. With the sativa-leaning influences in it, it will normally take a longer time for this strain to flower and mature. Around 9 to 10 weeks is needed for this strain to fully bloom and flowering, so outdoor gardens will typically have harvests anywhere from the mid-weeks of September all the way to the mid-weeks of October.