Your guide to familiarise yourself with cannabis seeds
January 15, 2021 (Investorideas.com Newswire)
What is cannabis?
Cannabis refers to a group of three plants, Cannabis indica, Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis ruderalis. The flowers of this plant post-harvest, are dried and crushed into what we consume as weed.
Cannabis contains over 120 cannabinoids out of which Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) form the primary components. The effects they have on the human system are significantly different.
CBD is a psychoactive drug but it won't cause the 'high'. THC is the one responsible for the psychedelic effect. Traditional marijuana contains both CBD and THC though the THC content is higher. CBD oil and supplements of the like contain concentrated extracts of CBD only.
Growing cannabis seeds
With the growing popularity of marijuana consumption, many consumers have taken to home growing these plants. There is a lot of considerations to be taken into account before one can even buy their first cannabis seeds.
Cannabis seeds have been engineered into three types. Regular cannabis seeds are the ones which are naturally found in nature. Feminized cannabis seeds have been modified to produce only female plants. Flowers of such plants do not contain seeds and are used to produce high-quality weed. They bloom after a stipulated time. This kind is best suited for beginners as they require little to no extra care and a shorter blooming time definitely is not a test of patience.
Cost of seeds
A lot of factors go into determining the price of a pack of cannabis seeds:
- Prices at a local licensed dispensary could be lower than a reputed online store.
- More breeding work on feminized and autoflowering seeds could result in higher costs
- The availability of the strain in your region
- Quality of the genetics you wish to buy
Buying a handful of seeds, a pack of around 10-20, should be more than enough to give you a fair amount of harvest even if some seeds fail to grow. For larger commercial purposes, the scaling up should be done accordingly.
Where to buy it from?
There are numerous options to buy cannabis seeds. Before buying, do thorough research as to the legalities of cannabis growth and consumption in your area.
Online retailers have captured a fair share of the market more because they promise to provide the best quality and the convenience of doorstep delivery. Sensi Seeds is one of the leading cannabis seed banks in the world. The company started as a one-person effort with the aim of promoting the love for cannabis. Sensi Seeds provide an exotic and assorted range of cannabis seeds and weed shipping to multiple countries across the globe. Buying from such reputed brands ensure that you get only the best.
With multiple factors contributing to the growing popularity of CBD, it is important to know that many effects of the drug are still in the experimental stage. Thorough research is going on in the field. Till then, carefully choose the right one for you and enjoy the prowess of the magic herb.
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