Corresponding to its threatening name that refers to its potent psychoactivity, Durban Poison is indigenous to the South African Sativa landrace. It is a bold and clammy form that’s well conformed to a variety of growing conditions. Durban Poison spouts a THC content of between 15% and 25%.
Appearance Aroma and Flavor of Durban Poison
Buds of Durban Poison are fair to large. Although they have a dense, lightweight structure familiar with Indica varieties, their extended and pointed shape is more than Sativa’s property. The forest green leaves are counteracted by bright orange pistils, meant to capture pollen from male fertilizing plants. Durban Poison has a classically dank smell punctuated by hints of sweet licorice. The flowers are intense and skunky when broken open or burnt and give off thick, lung-expanding smoke.
Effects of Durban Poison
Durban Poison has a clear, focused high that hits users right away. The amplification of sights and sounds may be initially disorienting, but in the right setting can slide into an active, buzzy head high. This strain can be incredibly beneficial for creative initiatives, almost entirely cerebral with no hints of depleting ponderousness or couchlock. Durban Poison can also be a robust social lubricant, helping smokers to feel chatty and more at ease. It may put users into overdrive, making them feel on edge or jittery. More preferable to daytime than sleepy night. Durban Poison is a definitive wake and bakes strain. Its high generally lasts between 2 and 3 hours.
Medical Uses of Durban Poison
Its medical benefits are more cognitive than physical – The Durban Poison strain can direct a sense of mindfulness to help those always distracted by depression, anxiety, and PTSD. It can also help those with attention deficit disorders retain a deep, intense focus.
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