Durban Magic is harvested in the valley of 1000 hills, an area named after the thousands of lush green hills that tumble down to the raging Umgeni river.
The plant thrives on foothills, near winding rivers, fed by the continuous spray of water from plunging waterfalls and nurtured by the dappled light that gleams through the canopy of dense surrounding forest. Plentiful sugar cane and banana grow close by and a vast amount of wildlife live here including many insects, snakes and birds including the Crowned Eagle which is Africa’s largest raptor.
Bushbuck, Wildebeest, Rhino, Giraffe and many species of Antelope can also all be seen in this area of Africa. This pure subtropical Sativa develops large, super resinous buds that pulse with an intense lime green colour, with flashes of orange and purple. This particular strain is considered sacred by the indigenous tribe; the mighty Zulus, who are a highly decorated and traditional people-wearing the skins of their kills and beaded jewellery on their wrists and arms.
They are world renowned for their fearsome reputation as warriors of ancient times and can trace their roots back to some of the most prolific warriors in history. The tight dense bud is cured locally in their huts- hung upside down until cured and, once dried, it exudes a very strong fruity-Thai flavour and smell. This cured bud is then consumed in pipes made from wood, or more traditionally, bone or horn. The Zulus say that this plant gives warriors great strength before battle, inducing pure Sativa euphoria and super-amplified senses, and also allows tribesman to act as the animal on a hunt. Trimmed leaf is not discarded but normally used for making teas or infusions and can induce a trance like state, allowing one to feel completely connected to nature and to achieve the highest state of consciousness known to mankind.
|Seedbank||Seeds of Africa|
|Genetics||Africa Durban, Valley of 1000 Hills|
|Grows||Greenhouse, Grows Indoors, Grows Outside|
|CBD Content||Low (0-1%)|