Seeds of Africa are a seed bank with something different to offer.
Africa is home to the finest examples of Cannabis Sativa on the planet and their intention is to pass on these pure "foundation strains" to the rest of humanity so as not to lose them forever in a world dominated by hybridised/feminized cannabis varieties.
Today's Cannabis has been modified to the extent that many have lost their original mystic and power, giving way to the unnatural demands of today's grower. These modern-day strains get nowhere near the purity and clarity of their ancestral family as all of the original "power phenos" are lost within the process of cross-breeding and feminising.
They are not breeders, they consider ourselves preservationists, and along with passing on these genetics, they also want to share an understanding of where these wild landrace Sativa's grow by detailing the conditions of the area that they are collected. This will give you a higher understanding of each strain and hopefully bring you closer to the plant itself. They hope that the rare phenotypes in each strain will be selected, collected and protected, claiming back the legendary Sativa strains of ancient Africa and the beauty, power and purity that are within them.
This very special Sativa grows at high altitude, in a mountain in the North-Eastern Cape. It grows within ancient subtropical forests that nestle on the edges of towering cliffs and within humid mountainous valleys.
Seeds of Africa Durban Magic is a colourful cannabis strain that is filled with mostly light colours and hints of purple, blue, greens and browns.This 100% Sativa is a challenge for someone looking for something different and will have awesome results for the connoisseurs.
Malawi Gold is a pure sativa marijuana variety that is surprisingly easy to cultivate. The effects of Malawi Gold are killer Sativa with extreme head clouds that are psychedelic and clear in the high. Not really one for the beginners as it could get a little overwhelming.
Harvested in the outskirts of forested areas not too far from the coast, these plants grow in a tropical climate with two seasons, a wet season from October till March, when cyclones are common, and a dry season from April till September.
Harvested inland, in the mountainous region of Swaziland this plant grows majestically tall and plentiful. Swazi Gold is resilient to all weather conditions and the climate varies from tropical to near temperate but is consistently hot and humid.