Durban Cheese

Durban Cheese

Ratings
5/5
  • Type
    Hybrid
  • Flowering Period
    8 to 9 weeks
  • Climate
    Warm and slightly arid environment
  • Yield
    200 to 350 g/m2
  • Flavors
    Lemon, Cheese, and Vanilla
  • THC Content
    15 to 21%
  • Height
    >2 m
  • Growing Difficulty
    Difficult

Strain Information

Durban Cheese is a robust hybrid of Durban Poison and Cheese that provides the balanced impressions of its indica and sativa family. Its fragrance is described as a surprisingly appealing combination of lemon and cheese. 

A proper strain for stress and moderate pain relief, this strain is great for daytime and evening use, an excellent all-around favorite.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Durban Cheese? 

Durban Cheese’s flavor and aromas will grab you like the name it describes, a powerful cheesy trail surface yet is followed by softer fragrances of vanilla and lemon. You may find that this sets out any funkiness and creates an overall charming flavor. Buckle up, because one puff of Durban Cheese will get you on an enchanting adventure. Your high will rise with an uplifting and euphoric encounter, one that effectively clears your thought from any stress or worry.

What are the Medical Benefits of Durban Cheese?

Durban Cheese relies on its extensive range of therapeutic treatments. Remarked for its stress relief high on its priority list, this strain dissolves, chronic, and general pain, including headaches, muscle cramps, paranoia, and body aches and those who suffer from nausea or a lack of appetite.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Durban Cheese?

Durban Cheese is similar to most marijuana that affects the production of saliva. Dry eyes and dry mouth may be perceived as you smoke this strain.

How to Grow Durban Cheese?

Durban Cheese adapts to any sort of setting, whether indoors or outdoors. You can only imagine that as a stable 50/50 hybrid, you can anticipate a flowering period of around 9 weeks and a moderately simple to control set of requirements.

 

 

 

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