Durban Poison

About Durban Poison

Durban Poison is a 100% South African strain that produces a strong cerebral high effect on its users. It is a pure natural sativa strain that is capable of producing large outdoor yields to the delight of commercial growers. Durban Poison comes with an earthy pine aroma and slight grapefruit flavor and its plant is covered by a thick coating of trichomes. It produces over-sized and dense buds full of resin glands when it’s fully mature and features a blue-purple color when grown under the right conditions.

A lot of users say Durban Poison gives them a unique high and induces a dream buzz and red eyes when smoked in high doses. It also increases chattiness, enhances productivity, stimulates creativity and sociability. Ideal for morning or daytime use, Durban Poison does not sedate its users nor drain their energy like other marijuana strains with similar properties.

Durban Poison has low CBD levels with medium THC levels of approximately 16% but can reach 24%. This strain is quite popular among medical marijuana users and it’s reported to help reduce the symptoms anxiety, stress and depression, as well as assisting ADD/ADHD sufferers. This energizing strain also creates a mental boost and provides effective pain management.


The Durban Poison strain is known for positive and negative effects. Here are some of these effects as reported by it users:

Positive Effects

Some of the reported positive effects of Durban Poison include:

• Energy
• Euphoria
• Happiness
• Focus
• Creativity

Negative Effects

Some of the reported side effects of Durban Poison include:

• Dehydration
• Cotton Mouth
• Dry Eyes
• Dizziness
• Anxiousness

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Medical Benefits of Durban Poison

This classic strain is also a popular medicinal marijuana that is believed to be a perfect choice for the treatment of stress and pains. Some users Durban Poison in the morning to enhance their mood.

Here are some of the illnesses Durban Poison is used to alleviate:


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