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The Purple African Magic feminized seeds is a Sativa dominant hybrid with very high THC levels. THC Content: 28-35% It has a high yield and flowers in 8+ weeks. Feminized & Regular Marijuana Seeds Grows both indoors and outdoors. Exotic cannabis seeds from the top breeders in America. Surf Reports, Surf Forecasts, Web Cams and Surfing Photos for Spots around the Globe.

Purple African Magic Seeds

The Purple African Magic feminized seeds is a Sativa dominant hybrid with very high THC levels.

THC Content: 28-35%

It has a high yield and flowers in 8+ weeks.

Feminized & Regular Marijuana Seeds

Grows both indoors and outdoors.

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Purple African Magic Feminized seeds will add a spectacular splash of color to your garden.

The sweet fragrant smell is wonderful and the pods look like the strokes of a master painter layering purple over the green.

Purple African Magic stands out when planted among the blues, yellows, and greens of your vegetable garden.

Flavors of The Purple African Magic Strain

Weed from Purple African Magic feminized seeds has a skunky and earthy flavor.

Effects of The Purple African Magic Weed Seeds

With THC levels ranging between 28-35%, Purple African magic is extremely psychedelic.

Its primed use is for stress management as it has the knocking-off effect that encourages sleep and rest.

The negative side effects of consuming the Purple African Magic include paranoia, dry eyes, and cottonmouth.

Grow Tips for Purple African Magic Feminized Marijuana Seeds

The Purple African Magic pot seeds do well in temperate climates.

It can be grown both indoors and outdoors, although it does much better when grown outdoors.

We guarantee that our Purple African Magic feminized weed seeds will germinate. If they don’t let us know and we’ll gladly replace the seeds that don’t germinate.

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42 reviews for Purple African Magic Seeds

Roy B.

Pics to follow. The plants are doing wonderful so far. Pics as promised, grown, Albuquerque, 505, very pleased so far, 7.31.22. Keep you all posted.

Roy B.

Pics to follow. The plants are doing wonderful so far. Pics as promised, grown, Albuquerque, 505, very pleased so far, 7.31.22. Keep you all posted.

Roy B.

Pics to follow. The plants are doing wonderful so far. Pics as promised, grown, Albuquerque, 505, very pleased so far, 7.31.22. Keep you all posted.

Roy

You can see it’s not full sativa.Ive grown hundreds of sativa and these aren’t 100 percent sativa by any means .Please correct me if I’m wrong.

Jimmy

This plant is awesome. It has been in 12/12 for a few days now. I can’t wait to see the beautiful buds. In the video the 1st plant is the Purple African Magic. Also in the pictures. The second plant is an Auto Chem Cookies and the third is Auto Apple Banana. All from The Seed Connect.

Jimmy

This plant is awesome. It has been in 12/12 for a few days now. I can’t wait to see the beautiful buds. In the video the 1st plant is the Purple African Magic. Also in the pictures. The second plant is an Auto Chem Cookies and the third is Auto Apple Banana. All from The Seed Connect.

Joseph

Got mine on sale with code. From seed to big blooms in 9 weeks. Not 6 feet tall but may get there since it’s only May! This photo is of the day I moved her in-ground.

Joseph

Got mine on sale with code. From seed to big blooms in 9 weeks. Not 6 feet tall but may get there since it’s only May! This photo is of the day I moved her in-ground.

LEE

Only about 12 inches tall I’m a novice but these plants are 1/3 the size of cookie dawg Went straight into auto flower

jimmylee68

Here is an update of my Purple African Magic plants at 39 days. Aren’t they beautiful. This is an organic grow and I have to say they have done really well. I even started a couple of clones. Hello and a big thanks to Dante and everyone. More to come.

jimmylee68

Here is an update of my Purple African Magic plants at 39 days. Aren’t they beautiful. This is an organic grow and I have to say they have done really well. I even started a couple of clones. Hello and a big thanks to Dante and everyone. More to come.

jimmylee68

Here is an update of my Purple African Magic plants at 39 days. Aren’t they beautiful. This is an organic grow and I have to say they have done really well. I even started a couple of clones. Hello and a big thanks to Dante and everyone. More to come.

jimmylee68

High fellow growers. I have nothing but praise and admiration for everyone at “The Seed Connect. Very friendly as well as prompt service. After ordering my Fem Purple African Magic seeds I had my wonderful seeds in just a couple of days. I germinated right in my 5 gal canvas pots and they popped right up. This is day 23 on these two beautiful girls. I am really excited to see these plants mature. Don’t pay attention to my Habanero peppers for the garden. Lol

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jimmylee68

High fellow growers. I have nothing but praise and admiration for everyone at “The Seed Connect. Very friendly as well as prompt service. After ordering my Fem Purple African Magic seeds I had my wonderful seeds in just a couple of days. I germinated right in my 5 gal canvas pots and they popped right up. This is day 23 on these two beautiful girls. I am really excited to see these plants mature. Don’t pay attention to my Habanero peppers for the garden. Lol

jimmylee68

High fellow growers. I have nothing but praise and admiration for everyone at “The Seed Connect. Very friendly as well as prompt service. After ordering my Fem Purple African Magic seeds I had my wonderful seeds in just a couple of days. I germinated right in my 5 gal canvas pots and they popped right up. This is day 23 on these two beautiful girls. I am really excited to see these plants mature. Don’t pay attention to my Habanero peppers for the garden. Lol

Roy B. (verified owner) – July 31, 2022

Pics to follow. The plants are doing wonderful so far. Pics as promised, grown, Albuquerque, 505, very pleased so far, 7.31.22. Keep you all posted.

Anonymous (verified owner) – July 19, 2022

Anonymous (verified owner) – July 18, 2022

they popped out in 2 days and look good – not quite done but looking and smelling awesome.

Adis Jamak (verified owner) – July 14, 2022

Didn’t get the seeds I wanted, they weren’t even photoperiod. Reached out, still unresolved.

michael b. (verified owner) – July 12, 2022

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Tony was super helpful and friendly so awesome !! Hooked me up with lots of seeds!so excited to start my journey as a grower and I couldnt have done it without him ❤️❤️❤️

Great staff, deals, and quality product. One stop shop for all seeds/plants! Recommend everybody to check out!

Hey 4/20 all I can say is that it was very impressive what the Retail store manager James and his staff put on there. To make your experience awesome. I had a very good time. Door prizes give away to free Jamba juice served to all customers. They a food truck with fantastic array of dishes food. They had a big tent for customers to keep the sunshine off of you while you waited to come in it was indeed a hot day. The crowd was insane. Really great time a really great experience.. Once again this is Sunny side what more can I say. James is the man he get my salute thank you sir for a awesome great time my brother keep up the great work. My peeps will be back. Love you guys.

Excellent costomer service. Had 2 seeds out of 12 not germinate. Called and Dante replaced them with no problem. Good freebies everytime I go in. All around great place to get seeds

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Finding euphoria in the Dominican Republic

I’ve been on my fair share of surf trips to various destinations. Some good some not so good. Most of the trips I experience are with your average Joe surfers except on occasions when shooting my surf films when I’m then in the presence of surfing genius. Simply put most of the time I go on real surf trips with real people who are the majority of the surfing populous, working stiffs saving up money to go on global surf treks.

I wrapped 2006 with a super busy work schedule and was overly ready to take time off to surf where ever. California and the Dominican Republic were high on the list. Cold water at home in Florida’s Central Gulf Coast kept me from traveling to a destination which would require the use of rubber. Dominican Republic was the choice this year and a good choice it was. As the time drew near to making the final choice on who’s going to be a part of the trip this year it came down to none. This year I was flying solo. Interesting, I thought as there would only be me there to do what ever. Cool. I was open to it.

After doing some research about DR I found several places to stay and the town of Cabarete was closest to where I wanted to be. Ali’s/Cabarete Surf Camp was the only place to complete communication with me and so got the nod for the place to rest my head during my one week stay. The camp’s located about ten to fifteen minutes to the closest breaks and provide a multi time, daily transportation to and from Playa Encuentro, the nearest surf beach. Can’t beat it. Antonio and Elena who take care of all your needs while at the camp help Ali (the man) run this chill vibed place. Antonio once a week takes people to Playa Grande about one hour east of Cabarete to experience and surf the more remote areas of DR.

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The town of Cabarete located on Dominican Republic’s Amber Coast is recognized as one of the world’s top destinations for wind driven board sports primarily kiteboarding and windsurfing. Surfing here doesn’t provide consistent epic waves one finds in other destinations of the world but the vibe is unbeatable. And yeah every dog has it’s day and that one day you roll out to the beach and there it is, a bombing swell lighting up all the reefs. Then you sit there, contemplating if you made the right board choice. I brought my 10’3″ classic single fin shaped by Jesse Timm and my Harbour 9-0, 2+1. I can’t ever get enough of the JT but I tell you what the 9-0 really excelled in the fast reef breaks.

The trip being a solo job for me I was open to anything, primarily meeting like minded people which were heavy into surfing allowing some kind of discipline in regards to not partying too hard at night. Too hard is interpreted differently by everyone depending on your tolerance to any mental altering substance liquid or other. I planned on sitting in my room reading, writing, and what ever anything but drinking beers into the night. Some how the community vibe at the Ali’s/Cabarete Surf Camp created energy which everyone flowed with quite well during my entire stay.

The days were filled with surfing from about 7 or 9 am depending on how late the previous nights festivities rolled on. Hopefully 7am was the arrival time to the beach. During my first several days the early morning high tide caused the waves to not come together. Somewhere around noon the tide hit the perfect spot for the waves to do their thing. Only thing was, the Trade Winds would pick up around the same time. One day the wind was on it from dawn till after dark. That was photo day. The size of the waves ranged from chest to couple feet over head almost everyday. When the North Swell arrived things looked up. Barrels everywhere. One guy came in with a five stringer gunnish longboard snapped in half. Yeah it was a rush. I picked off a couple on my 9-0. Surfed it hard got some fun off the tops and what not. Was stoked to do so as I’m usually sliding causally on my big boy single fin back home in Florida. The walls were abundant as the swell rose up causing the waves to close out more. After a while there were only certain waves letting people in. I set up for a fast tapering shoulder on a double overhead drop hoping to be set up on a good line before the waves hit the reef. As I dropped the wave went sub surface and the radical change of the curve in the wave face caused me to have a clean pearl. If pearls are ever clean. I looked up towards the massive wall transforming into a pitching lip then gapping barrel. The gapping tunnel looked incredibly beautiful as the light blue faded into a darker edge highlighted by white and shimmering light. When the split second of appreciation was over I knew a spin in the washing machine was inevitable. As I kicked off the reef I realized how much juice these guys had. Pushing my big body down some ten to fifteen feet is some power.

The water clarity. What?! Can’t beat it. On the calmer days it’s like sitting in an aquarium. On those windy days it’s murky. Sharks love murk. All the stories I heard, told of “no worries” on the landlords. As the natural world of Dominican Republic is the beauty, the beast would have to be the moto conches. Moto conches, you ask. It’s a guy driving around town on a little motorcycle giving people, primarily tourists, rides from one end to the other for about $1.50US equivalent. And it’s not just one guy, it’s a whole mafia. If you employ the use of one of these guys make sure to keep your knees in. I did and all was ok. One more thing, hold your breath. The pollution from all the vehicles is probably one of the most deadliest things encountered here. Something interesting happens with the moto conche mafia. When leaving the bars at night the mild mannered drivers offering friendly rides turn into crazed drug dealers. What ever you want weed, cocaine, crack is offered repeatedly. I employed the ignore them technique and it worked well, but hey I’m big dude and that helps too. Remember when walking back from a bar/s at night don’t let the whores reach into your pockets or take your watch. Drinking and walking in Cabarete after hours is an act best played on your toes, no doubt.

I met a fun group of people the second night during dinner since my place included breakfast and dinner in the $40US per night bungalow cost. The outdoor, palm thatched roof dining area featured squeeze your own orange juice for breakfast as well as daily breakfast and dinner specials. After everyone fell into a flow of the place the nightly walk to Voy Voy, a local bar, became the thing to do. The motley crew of people in our group came from far and near. Me being the nearest while others came from Belgium, Germany, the UK, Canada, Finland, Norway and California. The stories from all these people kept everyone entertained with African adventures, Indian Ocean surf odysseys, South American motorcycle meltdowns, American drug runs to global surf treks.

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Before I did this trip I found a picture of a wave somewhere nearby Playa Grande and I was eager to surf it, hopefully. Seeing I wasn’t renting a car for my stay I was going with the flow. The day came when Antonio announced he’d drive our group to what was to be one of the most beautiful locations I’ve ever seen in the caribbean. I was stoked as the swell was good sized and at a good period. James Carden, from the Isle of Jersey, became my surf bud on this trip. James, a lifelong surfer, local surf contest organizer back on the Isle of Jersey and global surf tripper was keen to revisit the waves at Playa Grande. The week before he told me him and another group drove out to find the waves blown out. Then on the way back sitting in the back of the surf truck were pelted with rain for one hour. When we arrived this time to Playa Grande the waves had some wind but nothing of concern and the skies where void of rain producing clouds. We surfed our brains out. My first wave was a double overhead maybe a bit more sloppy, fat wave. I pearled, as this was becoming something for me to do I guess during this trip, and proceeded to have the velcro on my leash easily ripped off. The fifteen minute paddle out on my 10’3″ log turned into a fairly fast swim/body surf back to shore. I paddled back out and repeated wiping out for about an hour an a half. I must have at that point had enough and began to catch every wave taking them all the way to the beach, kicking out then paddling back out. This lasted for some time as the few people who were out in the line up all left, leaving me to feast.

After six days of surfing, paddling miles I’m sure, my body was done. My left shoulder and elbow were screaming for rest popping at every opportunity. I usually surf spots where the paddle is long but not hard. Here in Dominican Republic the paddle is hard and long. When I go on surf trips I employ my philosophy of surf smart and don’t over work yourself if you don’t have too. Once again, here in Dominican Republic no matter how smart I was hoping to be I still got a work out. A big one at that.

Since I stayed local and didn’t explore further than the nearby spots to where Antonio drove us too I can’t say how many world class waves exist on the country’s north coast. After doing a closer look through Google Earth I’m fully convinced many gem set ups await those seeking perfection. I’ll be back and will be ready to have a bigger look around next time.

I’ve been to many other places where the waves were better than what I surfed in Dominican Republic this year but the overall experience of staying at Ali’s/Cabarete Surf Camp together with it’s community feel of free thinking, water minded individuals made this the best surf trip by far. Euphoria happened not the way I planed it and that’s the way I like it. Stay stoked!

Special Thanks
Antonio, Elena, Kiko, Basilio, Nacho, Ali and the staff from Cabarete Surf Camp for everything such as driving me to the surf spots daily, great service, special hook up’s and overall good vibes. I also want to thank all the people I met and spent time with in Cabarete which the trip would not be the same with out you all: James Carden from the Isle of Jersey, UK, Bram from Belgium, Charles from New Foundland, Canada, Dan from the UK, Jonah from Germany, Dillon from Canada, Mike and Sheri from Canada, Tony and Shawna from Montreal, Canada, Katarina, Valerie and the girls from Montreal, Canada, the guy who runs the Encuentro Surf Shop who’s from Montreal, Canada (sorry dude forgot your name) and Louisa from Cornwall, UK. God bless and may your lives all be as you want. I hope to one day see each one of you again.

For more info on Ali’s/Cabarete Surf Camp visit the link below. Tell Antonio and Elena that Arsen sent you. www.alissurfcamp.com Antonio teaches surfing to anyone interested. The surf camp provides boards of varying sizes for learning or simply renting if you didn’t bring your own board. Antonio is a quiver junkie as myself and has some fine sticks available for your use such as short, long, fishy and in between.

Submitted By Arsen Brzostek on the 8th March 2007.

Arsen lives to travel and surf globally, enjoying going on surf adventures while taking pictures then writing about them and occasionally teaming up with pro surfers and producing a surf film or two. More photos, articles and surf movies can be found on longboardtheworld.com