How does Durban Poison make you feel?

How does Durban Poison make you feel?

Known for being one of the most energetic and cerebral varieties around, Durban Poison is said to contain high levels of THC-V, the cannabinoid that is thought to have appetite suppression and weight loss properties. Expect a buzzy, social experience with boundless energy.

What does Durban Poison bud look like?

Durban Poison’s buds also look like those of a traditional sativa: light green and formed into an elongated spade shape. They are medium to above average in size, filled with sticky resin, and blanketed with THC rich trichomes. When you’re breaking up the buds, you can expect a pungent, diesel smell to fill the room.

What is the potency of Durban Poison?

Durban Poison’s name points out its potency. This marijuana strain imported from South Africa has a high THC level of between 15-25%. Durban Poison is a pure Sativa Strain brought to the United States in 1970 by the famous cannabis activist Ed Rosenthal.

How long is flowering stage for Durban Poison?

about 9 weeks
The flowering period of most dispensary-raised Durban Poison is about 9 weeks, but experts will know that true landrace DP takes about 14-16 weeks to finish flowering. Grown outdoors, the harvest is typically around mid-September to mid-October, so if cultivating outside, plan your timing accordingly.

How long does Durban Poison take to flower?

Grow your own weed easily. Indoors, Durban Poison takes around 8-9 weeks of flowering and can produce quite a strong aroma towards the end of bloom – ensure you have a good quality carbon filter.

Is Durban Poison strong?

Durban Poison is a Sativa-dominant marijuana strain named after the South African port city that it originated in. To use Durban Poison, you should keep in mind that it is a very strong strain. The effects will last for many hours and maybe even longer depending on the individual’s tolerance level.

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Is Durban Poison hard to find?

Pure-grown Durban Poison (which is in fact very hard to find) has a 100% sativa genetic makeup – nothing more, nothing less. This of course isn’t the norm for a sativa, which is probably why it’s become such a beloved strain here in the northern hemisphere.