Pure Africa feminized seeds

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The Pure Africa cannabis strain was created in an effort to perfect an African landrace strain. As a result, a new strain with improved flavor, effects and resin production came into being as Pure Africa. Together with its pleasantly fruity and lemony flavor, this strain induces a very powerful, other-dimensional and psychedelic high perfect for relaxing and socializing.

  • Original Sensible Seeds
  • Feminized
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Trippy Sativa high
  • South African Sativa
  • 140 - 200 cm indoors
    200 - 250 cm outdoors
  • 400 g/m² indoors
    800 g/plant outdoors
  • 60 - 70 days
  • October
  • 100% Sativa
  • 20 %

Pure Africa: Psychedelic High

Although its average THC content of 18% is considered medium, this Sativa-dominant strain produces a high that’s one of the trippiest experiences you’ll have, best described as a psychedelic, stimulating and fuzzy high with strong uplifting and euphoric effects.

Leveled-Up Landrace Flavors

This strain was also developed to create a new, powered-up flavorful note of traditional African landrace. Expect a mellow mix of lemon and pine together with a delightful touch of incense. 

Characteristic Sativa: Huge Yields

This plant is straightforward to grow and returns massive yields – expect over 450 g/m2 indoors and 600-800g per plant outdoors. Because Pure Africa is prone to various fungi and mold, it’s best to grow this resinous Sativa giant in a greenhouse with an optimal dose of nutrient feed.

  • Yields may get up to 600-800g per plant.
  • Flowering time last around 70-80 days.
  • Pure Africa can reach a height of more than 2m both indoors and outdoors.
  • Harvest time outdoors is around October/November.

Pure Africa: Ancient African Landrace Genetics

Its historical landrace genetics present an influential role in the local Kenyan communities. Pure Africa cannabis strain is known to be used among various shamans in Kenya as an essential part of traditional ritual ceremonies, and serves as a blessing for hunters.