It gets its name from the port city of Durban, where it was discovered. Its genetic lineage is unknown, although many believe it to be an ancient landrace cannabis strain that has not been tainted by human meddling. The scent of this strain is a combination of spice and wood. Smokers can expect full-fledged exhilaration and cerebral clarity, as well as a soothing body high.
It has the ability to increase one’s productivity when used as a daytime weed. MMJ users can also benefit from its anxiolytic, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory qualities, thanks to its 17 percent THC content.
Durban Poison’s exquisite aroma immediately captivated marijuana fans’ hearts (and noses) when it was first discovered. Similar to chai tea, the distinctive blend of woodsy, spicy, and earthy smells invigorates the senses. Before the initial taste, there is also an underlying sweetness that heightens the suspense. With a flowering period of 55 to 65 days, it produces 300 gr/m2 indoor/ 50-100 gr/plant outdoor.