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Durban Haze

Overview

Durban Haze is a menacingly-named sativa strain, made from the powerful strains Durban Poison and Haze. It is a pure sativa strain which gives an insanely relaxing and uplifting head high, with an average THC content of 21%. Some samples have a reported THC content of 24%, which makes the strain very potent.

The strain is known to induce relaxation in its patients after just a few doses. It is very potent in the treatment of conditions like nausea and migraines and can be used to combat stress in its users. The strain is also known for its strong intensity but short duration of effects, with peak effects achieved in 15-30 minutes after dosing. Patients describe doses of the Durban Haze hitting them with an insanely fast onset of euphoric psychoactive head high with bursts of energy. Some users report a head-rush and a feeling of pressure on the chest after a few doses, while some experience fits of uncontrollable giggles and a voracious appetite once the effect begins to wear off. It also allows the patient to have high levels of creative freedom and focus, without causing burnout in users.

Some users prefer the strain because it helps them plow through boring activities without any physical weigh-downs. And because of its social and euphoric effects, users prefer the strain when going out as it allows interaction and chattiness. The focus also helps people dealing with Attention Deficit Disorder focus on individual tasks and finish up before moving on to the next task.

The exact origins of the strain are unknown, but it is very popular in Georgia around the Decatur and Valdosta area. The strains can be grown indoors or outdoors, needing a hot and semi-humid climate when grown outdoors. Durban Haze is known for its flowers with an elongated, tapered shape, leaves with a pale green color, twisted through with dark orange and yellow pistils. The flowers are usually covered in trichomes, making them sticky when touched.

Durban Haze is a 100% sativa strain made from crossbreeding two pure sativa strains, the Durban Poison and Haze.

Durban Haze Sativa cannabis strain

Terpene Profile

Durban Haze is known for its characteristic and unmistakable scent of fresh lemon and berry, with a light earthy herbal undertone and slightly sour citrus flavor when burnt.

Limonene

Limonene is known to be present in considerable amounts in the strain, which is responsible for its citrusy smell and the mood-improving properties of the strain. Limonene is also responsible for stress relief, depression and heartburn treatment, and antifungal and antibacterial properties which makes the strain useful in treating certain conditions.

Myrcene

The Myrcene content of the strain, responsible for the herbal undertone and sour citrus smell when burnt, is also responsible for the relaxing abilities of the strain. Myrcene has a mild sedative effect that promotes restful sleep. It has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antibacterial properties.

Camphene

The Camphene present in Durban Haze is also partly responsible for its herbal undertones. Camphene has antimicrobial, antiviral, pain reducing, and may provide cough relief.

Linalool

Linalool is characterized by a floral, citrusy scent and has sedative, anxiety-relieving effects.

What Consumers are Saying:

Patients who consume the Durban Haze strain of medicinal marijuana have reported both positive and some negative effects when using the product. Some common and some rare.

The Positives

Most Durban Haze consuming patients have reported the following common positive effects:

  • Happiness
  • Relaxed
  • Euphoria
  • Giggly
  • Creative
  • Energizing
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Potential Medical Benefits

Below are a list of conditions that Durban Haze may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.

The Negatives

Some users reported dry mouth, dry eyes, and dizziness. Rare side effects reported by patients include anxiety, paranoia, and nausea.

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