Durban Poison is a landrace sativa from Africa that has been cherished for it's energetic and clear-headed effects. Being a landrace strain, it contains a composition dominant in monoterpenes that are less commonly found in most hybridized strains. Durban Poison terpenes smell of fresh pine, earth, and lemon zest. First impression smells almost like a lemon cleaner (but oddly in a good way) that opens up to a warm, herbal funk with hints of pine, fuel, and lemongrass. Upon dilution it has a much more earthy-hashy characteristic as the volatile lemon and pine notes level out more.
Durban Poison Terpene Profile:
30+ trace compounds (HDT's)
Disclaimer: Products containing common terpenes like limonene, myrcene, as well as many other components are extremely hazardous if directly ingested or handled without proper protective equipment. Terpenes and oil soluble flavoring are flammable and should only be used in heavily diluted preparations.
Warning: Terpenes can be potentially dangerous in their undiluted form. Intended for use in aromatherapy applications. Flammable liquid and vapor. Terpenes can be toxic if swallowed. Terpenes can cause skin irritation. Terpenes can cause an allergic reaction. Causes serious eye irritation. If swallowed or if exposed to eyes, immediately call poison control center or physician. Keep out of reach of children.