Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 weeks
Climate: Sunny, Continental, Temperature, Mediterranean
Yield: 400 grams per square meter indoors / 500 grams per plant outdoors
Flavors: Pine, Lemon, Spicy
THC Level: 15 to 22%
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: Early October
Growing Difficulty: Novice
What are the Flavor and Effects of Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain?
Consuming the lemon and spicy pine-flavored buds of the Durban Poison Regular cannabis strain will make consumers feel lightheaded before they start to feel giggly and hyperactive. After just a few tokes, this cannabis strain will turn any frown upside down for hours on end. After some time, a calming sensation takes over.
What are the Medical Benefits of Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain?
Smoking the buds of the Durban Poison Regular cannabis strain will help PTSD, depression, and ADHD patients feel a sense of motivation and concentration. Moreover, patients with cancer treatments and eating disorders will feel hungry after consuming the buds of this strain.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain
If you were to excessively smoke the buds of the Durban Poison Regular cannabis strain, chances are you will experience overwhelming effects such as dizziness, paranoia, headaches, and anxiety attacks. To avoid experiencing these side effects, we recommend strict moderate smoking of the buds of this strain. Do so, and you will only experience mild dehydrating side effects such as cottonmouth and irritated eyes. You can manage these minor side effects by drinking plenty of water.
How to Grow Durban Poison Regular Cannabis Strain
The Durban Poison Regular cannabis strain grows well indoors and outdoors, flowers in 8 to 9 weeks, and matures into a tall plant that produces female and male buds wrapped in orange-hued calyxes and crystal resin. By Early October, beginner cultivators can acquire a yield of 400 to 500 grams of harvest.
Indoors, cultivators can attain a yield of 400 grams per square meter by early October in a controlled indoor location with high-quality LED lights and optimal humidity levels. We recommend utilizing the Screen of Green technique or Low-Stress technique to encourage the plant’s horizontal growth to save headspace. Outdoors, cultivators can attain a yield of 500 grams per plant in a dry, sunny location. We recommend pruning or topping the branches if the plants grow out of control.