South African D.P. 34 Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
16% to 20%
Yield
500 to 900 grams per square meters
Type
Sativa
Flowering Period
8 to 10 weeks
Climate
Warm
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Moderate
Flavors
Earthy, Pine, Sweet, Citrus, and Herbal

Where To Buy South African D.P. 34 Marijuana Seeds

South African D.P. 34 Marijuana Seeds Information

This particular type of cannabis is from The Seed Bank and can be planted outdoors. It’s an actual Sativa strain that provides a sweet licorice taste and an up high. It has been a native for 5 generations in California and is popular for its sweet and spicy herb-like smell and taste, as well as its alert cerebral effect.

It provides a strong cerebral high which is both revitalizing and motivating. The state of euphoria that one can experience with South African D.P. 34 is quite refreshing. However, it also has disturbing side effects such as making someone feel edgy most of the time, and so on. It is ideal for morning use, as it makes the user feel stimulated, bubbly, and creative at the same time.

What are the Flavor and Effects of South African D.P. 34?

This type of cannabis presents Sativa lovers extra sweet and intoxicatingly complex flavors, ranging from its sweet lemon candy relish up to its peppery anise aftertaste, having it considered to be special among others. It stimulates one’s mood which then leads into a burst of artistry, making it a great work buddy for those who are in the field of arts.

What are the medical benefits of South African D.P. 34?

This strain mainly aids users from experiencing stress and depression. It can also ease pain, fatigue, and nausea.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from South African D.P. 34?

Dry mouth and eyes are mostly its common side effects among users. Headaches, anxiousness, and paranoia may also be experienced with immoderate consumption.

How to Grow South African D.P. 34?

This plant is best grown outdoors. Cultivating it outside will let this Sativa lift-off and grow toward the sky.

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