African Reviews

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  • “"African" is being used here as a blanket term for "all African landrace strains." That includes Durban Poison, Malawi Gold, Swazi Gold, Congolese, Kilimanjaro (Kenya landrace), Mozambika, Swazi Redbeard, Ethiopian, Kwazulu (SA), Zamal, Angola Gold, and countless others. Unless you yourself have smoked any of these strains and they were grown and cured properly, you probably don't know what the African continent ha...”

  • “Review for Zamaldelica [Zamal x Golden Tiger (Malawi x Meao Thai)]: This 100% sativa strain is pure adventure fuel! By a long shot, this is the clearest, most uplifting weed I've ever smoked - far more than Durban Poison, Hazes, Kali Mist or any other sativa strains I've tried. It imparts a happy, clear, truly get up and go feel that is perfect for activity and alleviating depression. The buds are thin, wispy, and ai...”

  • “I am a second generation and grew up smoking "Bhangi" as we call it in Swahili and you are spot on! I love my Kenyan bush weed it is everything you said a totally different state of mind and can be a bit overwhelming at times. I am a California Resident now and have been a would love to see more landrace strains. As you said hybrid genetics are making there way to fields across the world everyday and altering natural...”

  • “As mentioned large differance between various African strains, especialy in South Africa. Very very good strains from Swaziland & South Eastern parts. Indica like is also to be had, like some reviews state some of herb to be found is real rubish mostly sativa crap. But some beats the shit out of best strains in US!! Have had in lots o places around the world but still stick to naturl wild 420 from Swaziland area. Hav...”

  • “Very heavy high. Cheap weed that comes by the truckload at a time. Over here we call it Swazi, having two main strains Swazi red and swaz gold”

  • “I had some Angola gold. The taste and smell were really good. But the effects were lacking a little. I would chose something else next time.”

  • “The high is very tingly and hits harshly. It also doesn't last long. It also makes me extremely sleepy afterwards and leaves and irritating headache that lingers.”

  • “This is another review of the old landrace strains from the 1970s. I had forgotten about this strain until reading DJ Short's "Strains of Yesteryear" article. In the summer of 1978, I was fortunate to obtain a 1/2 ounce of black dagga from Central Africa (probably Congo or Central African Republic) from an African undergrad. It had purplish black buds and was almost seedless. It cost about $75.00 per 1/2 ounce in 197...”