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Durban Poison Medical Marijuana Strain Review

Durban Poison Strain Review

Durban Poison Marijuana Strain Info

Overall Grade: A
Nickname(s): Durban
Marijuana Type: Sativa
THC Content: 14% to 16%
Buzz -  Strong, Head High
Durban Plant Yield: High
Flowering Time: 55-60 days ( 8-9 weeks)
Seed Price: $24-$44 per 10 seeds 
Where to Buy Durban Poison Seeds: Sensi Seeds, Flying Dutchmen, Weed Seed Shop and White Label Seeds
Durban Poison Strain Sample from: Colorado Alternative Medicine - CAM


Durban Poison medical marijuana, or Durban for short, is a relatively easy to grow and maintain marijuana strain.  The Durban Poison strain is a F1 cross of a South African Sativa marijuana strain and a potent, early Dutch Skunk marijuana strain. It is rumored to have originated in the secret gardens of South Africa.

The Poison Durban marijuana strain is typically a bit darker than your average medical marijuana strain.  Buds from the Durban strain are bulky and fairly dense.

Strain Potency and High

Durban Poison is a High potency Sativa with an average TCH content of 14% to 16% when properly cultivated and cured. It has a mellow, yet up high that does not hit all at once, but provides strong sustained relief.

Strain Medical Qualities

Durban Poison is a strong Sativa medical marijuana strain.  As such, among other medicinal uses, the Durban marijuana strains are often recommended for mid depression, stomach aches, mild MS, and appetite.


Growing Durban Poison Marijuana Seeds

Durban Poison cannabis plants are not the easiest marijuana strain to grow, however it's not the most difficult marijuana strain to grow either.  Growing Durban Poison marijuana plants fits somewhere in between the two extremes of easy and difficult. Due to the high yield of Durban Poison plants, Durban Poison seeds and clones are in high demand and the Durban Poison marijuana strain is still a popular medical marijuana strain among cannabis breeders, marijuana growers, caregivers and dispensaries. 

You can successfully grow Durban Poison marijuana plants starting with seeds or from clones.  Durban poison marijuana can be grown indoors or outdoors, using artificial lighting or the sun, in soil or using a hydroponic grow system.  For best results, it is recommended that Durban Poison marijuana plants are grown indoors, using artificial lighting, and a quality hydroponic grow system.  

Durban Poison marijuana plants flowering time normally ranges from 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors.  If your growing Durban Poison outdoors you'll want to harvest your plants at the end of September. Durban Poison seeds can be purchased from seed banks or cannabis seed suppliers including Sensi Seeds, a top cannabis seed bank.

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