Durban Poison Marijuana Strain
Durban Poison Marijuana Strain features energizing and clear-headed effects. It also is high in cannabinoid THCV, which may hold potential in stabilizing insulin levels.
Durban Poison Marijuana Strain is a pure Sativa marijuana strain from South Africa. One of the few pure Sativa strains available, it is known for its earthy, citrus flavors and a broad range of medical uses. Whether you are a medical or recreational marijuana consumer, this strain will leave you uplifted and energetic.
Durban Poison Experience
Durban Poison hails from South Africa and is named after the city of Durban. As a true Sativa, this strain produces strong, clear-headed effects. Expect improved focus and enhanced creativity. This strain also is a known mood booster, providing users with a euphoric and energized high.
If you prefer to enjoy your weed in the morning, this strain is a good choice. It’s stimulating like a strong cup of coffee, making it perfect for those who need daytime cannabis. This lady’s uplifting nature also makes it a nice choice for a night out on the town or fun at a social gathering.
Traits of Durban Poison and Durban Poison Seeds
Durban features a sort of sweet, damp forest aroma. Marijuana connoisseurs will notice the sweet pine scent lingering in the background. It becomes more pronounced when buds are broken up. When combusted, lemon, anise, orange and sweet flavors dominate the palate with a rich, almost creamy smoke that cannabis enthusiasts will enjoy even on the exhale.
Surprisingly, this strain has a very fast flowering time for a sativa. Novice and advanced growers alike appreciate this strain’s abundant trichomes and chunky buds.
Medical Benefits of Durban Poison
As far as medical use goes, Durban Poison is popular among marijuana patients thanks to its range of positive medical effects.
- Those suffering from uncomfortable eye pressure, ADD/ADHD, headaches, and chronic fatigue may enjoy this strain
- This strain is also thought to be high in the cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV), though levels are highly variable in individual plants. THCV has been found to stabilize insulin levels in animal models
- It also may have some anticonvulsant and neuroprotective properties