Durga Mata Marijuana Seeds Information
Bred by Paradise Seeds, Durga Mata, like the Hindu warrior goddess, is praised for its tough innate nature. It is a backcross of Super Shiva (South Asian Indica) and an unknown Indica. The aroma it emits is a mix of spices, herbs, and fruit. Its buds have long, narrow neon green nugs with dark purple leaves covered with a robust layer of bold orange, bright red, and deep blue hairs. Each nug is coated with a thick layer of sandy milky trichomes and a fine amount of sticky resin.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Durga Mata?
Durga Mata is a fascinating mix of sweet fruity flavors that burst of citrus with subtle undertones of the wood. Notes of herbs and spices that develop into a fascinating tobacco-like aftertaste are revealed upon exhale.
The effects of this strain start with a cerebral high that delivers euphoria, energy, talkativeness, and sociability. This is accompanied by a body high that envelops you in total relaxation plus the couch-lock. Highly sedative, it is recommended to be used in the evening for socialization and in the nighttime for watching movies.
What are the Medical Benefits of Durga Mata?
Medically speaking, Durga Mata is a powerful analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, stimulant, and relaxant. It possesses therapeutic properties that are beneficial in managing people who suffer from anorexia, anxiety, arthritis, chronic pain, depression, eye pressure, fatigue, hypertension, inflammation, insomnia, migraines, and PTSD.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Durga Mata.
Dry mouth and dry itchy eyes are marijuana-induced side effects of slight dehydration. As a remedy, you have to increase your fluid intake to lessen the negative reactions. You can also use an eye moisturizer drops to soothe those irritated eyes.
In rare cases, users complain of dizziness along with anxiety, some complaints of headaches. This is due to the overconsumption of the strain. Thus, moderation is advised. Don’t worry, this is temporary and wanes after some time.
How to Grow Durga Mata?
Durga Mata is easy to grow indoors and out. It requires low maintenance, making it a perfect choice for new growers. It has high resistance to pests and survives through rough treatment. It flourishes by itself and needs only water. Appearance-wise, it is short and bushy with strong branches and broad fan leaves. It provides large, dense, rose-fragranced flowers. Pruning is required to allow light and air circulation to flow freely among the leaves. You might also want to provide support to the branches to avoid drooping due to the flower’s weight.
Indoors, the flowering time comes around 7 to 9 weeks with an expected yield of 14 to 16 ounces per square meter. You can try applying various growing techniques such as Sea of Green to increase yields. This method encourages lateral branching and an additional amount of budding sites.
Outdoors, it loves a Mediterranean climate but can survive cold climates as well. Plant it in a spacious area where it can thrive freely. Growers from the North usually see flowers bloom from the end of September to mid-October. Those in the South, however, blossom around the first week of April. Harvest will produce at least 18 ounces of buds.