Fireline’s White Durban is a lovely sativa-dominant strain blessed with the agility of a leopard wearing a supersonic jet engine. A strain with power and alacrity is made by combining Fireline’s own White Fire OG with the African landrace Durban Poison. This stress offers a one-of-a-kind stimulus to customers that strengthen the muscle and illuminates the mind. White Durban shows sweet earth and fuel sounds, and its buds are wrapped in a thick layer of glittering trichomes. For euphoric cognitive power and successful relaxation in the body, enjoy this pressure in small doses. White Durban, however, may over-stimulate even the most experienced cannabis user at high doses.
Flavor and Effects of White Durban
The flavors of White Durban are diesel, peppery, pine, and sweet. Be ready for a rollercoaster ride as this strain is often compared to a jet engine’s power with a leopard’s speed. Even the most experienced cannabis users can shriek the combination of these two things. A strain like this appears to over-stimulate quickly, so be careful and enjoy the ride. The high hits hard, quick, and lasts for a long time. It is not the bud for you if you are nervous or vulnerable to anxiety.
Medical Benefits of White Durban
This is most widely used by medical users who suffer from chronic cases of extreme exhaustion because of their unparalleled capacity to wake you up. White Durban is also great for treating depression, bipolar, and other anxiety disorders that are considered “downers” and often result in sluggish or insomnia, as it is sativa-dominant. It is an outstanding stimulant that improves digestion and loss of appetite.
Negative Effects of White Durban
White Durban carries the solid side effects like a parched feeling case with a dry mouth and maybe proceeded by dry and itchy eyes. You may also experience serious bouts of paranoia due to its high levels of THC, especially if you are not used to these scales of THC.
Growing White Durban
Growing details for this particular strain is very difficult to get through, although it is frequently said to be an indoor or outdoor plant that grows tall and wide and should be prematurely topped. If their parentage is any indicator of their flowering time, growers may look forward to turning around for 8 to 10 weeks with an average yield to a higher average.