Durban Poison Origin
A pure South African sativa breed with an intimidating label-but don’t worry-the name just relates to its high psychoactivity.
It is a strong and sticky type that does well in a range of growing environments. THC levels in Durban Poison range from 15% to 25%.
Elements of Durban Poison Flower
The buds produced by this plant range in size from moderate to vast. Despite having a heavy, compact structure typical of indica strains, sativas are more known for their long, tapering shapes.
The vivid orange pistils, intended to capture pollen from male fertilising plants, contrast with the forest green leaves. The dried blossoms have a faint gloss and a very sticky texture due to a layer of milky-white trichomes.
Aromas & Flavours for Durban Poison
Smells fairly dank with touches of juicy licorice. When the blossoms are split apart or burned, they release a thick, lung-expanding smoke that is strong and skunky.
On exhalation, licorice flavour and a taste of sweet, almost overpowering pine sap are both apparent.
Users of this South African Mary Jane experience an immediate, focused high. Although the amplification of images and sounds may at first be unsettling, in the appropriate situation it can quickly become an energetic head high.
This strain can be very helpful for artistic efforts because it is almost entirely cerebral and without any signs of crippling heaviness or couch-lock.
It is a terrific method to analyse the subtleties of a challenging film or piece of music. Smokers who use Durban Poison may find it to be a potent social lubricant that makes them talkative and at home.