Durga Mata II CBD is derived from the original Durga Mata; an Indica strain with highly resinous, dense and compact buds. What used to be a THC rich variety has become a predominantly medicinal plant with lower THC and much higher Cannabidiol (CBD) content. Cannabidiol is not psychoactive, so users will not experience the 'effect' as intensely, however CBD is the active cannabinoid that provides marijuana's many medicinal benefits. Durga Mata II CBD has a CBD content of 8.5 % and THC of 7%. These cannabinoids give Durga Mata II it's many healing properties; research has proven it has anti-convulsion, anti-inflammatory, anti–nausea and anxiety reducing effects, it is also very effective for the relief of many types of pain.
Durga Mata II CBD is a reliable plant with a sturdy flower clustered main stem at the end of the flowering period. Oozing with resin, the rock hard buds have a complex perfume - a sweet odour reminiscent of exotic fruits. Plants are finished within 56 to 58 days and give an impressive yield. The final height of plants after flowering and one week of vegetative growth averages at around 50 cm with over 25 grams per plant of dried buds.
Enjoy the fruits of Paradise Seeds.
I grew this plant outside at 50.5 north latitude in a greenhouse. It did well when shaded by other plants and tolerated the extreme heat of the summer as well as the cold damp nights of fall. It is squat in stature, but can still get to over 6 feet. Although they say that it should finish for northern growers, I would be realistic about that one. To finish properly, it needed to go right to the very end of October.
It is an easy plant to grow and less fussy than most.
It has a nice fruity aroma with a danker permeating base that really lingers. After a short cure, the smoke is very smooth but lacks any kind of a real flavour. It leaves a pine taste on the lips for a long time though.
My wife found the DMII-CBD that she bought at the government store to be very good for her migraines and could head them off before they got bad, but found that the smoke was very harsh and the buds were bone dry. As mentioned, this was not the case when you grow it organically yourself and dry/cure it properly.
When spider mites moved in to ruin the majority of the crop, I will not say it was immune, but it survived better than some and still managed to give us enough product for a long time.
I have kept a mother plant and because she stinks a bit, she is in the garage where it gets down to 4-6 C all the time. Only has one little cfl in an old computer case to live in and she's happy as a clam.
So if someone is looking for a 1:1 THC/CBD plant with low->medium potency, that delivers what's advertised and care more about effect than flavour, this one is worth a try in my opinion. (Posted on 11/28/2019)