We have a rare guest here – pure, unsullied landrace Sativa from South Africa. For centuries, it had been cultivated by infamous Zulus tribe. Yeah, right, the same folks who fought against British in the second half of the 19th century. Even though they lost, their battle prowess was admirable. People say that this weed was used by them before going into battle. South African Kwazulu fills the body with energy and alters the conciseness greatly.
It grows wild in the Drakensberg mountains, so it can be cultivated in the similar conditions outdoors. The genetic profile of the strain hasn’t been touched, so you’ll have to deal with a long flowering period of 75 to 80 days. Kwazulu also may not be the best choice for beginners, unfortunately. You have to have some gardening skills and experience, otherwise you may fail. Plants are sensitive to overfeeding; even the organic nutrients can damage the plants if the dosage wasn’t calculated properly. But the outcome is very rewarding, you probably won’t be able to buy weed this strong from dealers.
Fair warning – Kwazulu doesn’t contain a lot of CBD! Meanwhile, the amount of THC is staggering, 15 to 20%. If you’re planning to share some of the stuff with your friends, let them know about the potency of this strain. This is required because people rarely get to smoke pure Sativas that affect your brain pretty much just like the psychedelics do. But if you are ready to trip, smoking Kwazulu may as well wind up as the best cannabis experience in your entire life.
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