Seeds of Africa
Africa is home to some of the finest examples of Cannabis Sativa on the planet and Seeds of Africa’s intention is to pass on these pure “foundation strains” to the rest of world so as not to lose them forever in a world dominated by hybridised/Feminised cannabis varieties.
These days, modern Cannabis Seeds 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.
Seeds of Africa consider themselves preservationists, claiming back the legendary Sativa strains of ancient Africa and the beauty, power and purity that are within them.
Cannabis Seeds Store
If you know the strain of seeds you are looking for, simply use the Search Tool to find the seed strain from all seeds banks.
You can also browse our range of seeds by Seed Bank, Feminised, Regular, Auto Flowering, Medical or Bulk Seeds options from our main menu.
Cannabis & The Law
In the UK, it is legal to own Cannabis Seeds but it is illegal to grow or attempt to grow the cannabis plant from these seeds unless you have a licence from the Home Office.
Cannabis Seeds Store sells Cannabis Seeds for souvenir and collection purposes only and accepts no liability for customers purchasing them for any other purposes.
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S. African Kwazulu Regular Seeds – 10
South African Kwazulu is a wild, pure sativa land-race cannabis strain that grows freely on the north-facing slopes of the Drakensberg ridge. It is a fast-flowering strain that will even mature fully outdoors in northern Europe.
Kwazulu has been grown by Zulus for many generations since the reign of Shaka, a historically and culturally important African warrior and farmer. According to legend South African Kwazulu was used as a pre-battle rite before the British Army attack in 1879 and that, further, its inspiring and long-lasting effect enabled them to repel the higher numbers and better equipment of the British.
This strain can be cultivated indoors and outdoors; indoors it needs between 55 – 65 days of flowering where it will yield about 350 gr/m 2 . Outdoor-grown plants will produce between 450 – 500 gr/plant. It has a phenomenally high resistance to both pests and mould making it a plant that can be cultivated successfully in a wide range of conditions and environments. It doesn’t have a particularly powerful odour during growth and, once dried and cured, it has a sweet scent and flavour of fruit. THC levels have been recorded at up to 20% and its effect is a long-lasting feeling of great, uplifting energy.