Durban Poison is one of the few pure Sativas available today with almost all modern day strains being crossed with Indica. Originating from the Durban region, this South African landrace strain has been internationally known for close to 50 years.
Durban Poison has a recognizable look and smell
Durban Poison produces elongated, resinous buds that have a recognizable sweet black licorice flavor. The plant's 100% sativa genetics offer a soaring high with no fatigue or body effect, making it an ideal daytime medicine and helpful for focused, productive work.
Durban Poison's unpredictable genetics make it a breeding goldmine
The strain has a wild nature and can vary widely from plant to plant, making Durban Poison a breeding gold mine. It is parent to many well regarded hybrids, including Girl Scout Cookies. Beyond its stellar Sativa strain traits, Durban Poison's early flowering time can be crossed against late blooming strains to produce faster growing hybrids.
Cultivating Durban Poison Is Challenging Yet Rewarding
Durban Poison thrives outdoors, reaching heights as tall as 12 feet, but its feral nature can be challenging for novice growers. Per plant yields of 500 grams or more are not unusual, so the hard work can be rewarding. Durban Poison can also produce good results indoors, but it will not have the same yield if there are height limitations.
Durban Poison Marijuana Strain Reviewed by 91LIFE on February 11, 2013 in Los Angeles, CA