Strains With High CBD And Barely Any THC
Strains With High CBD And Barely Any THC
Want to grow cannabis that delivers a real entourage effect? Our low THC high CBD seeds grow bountiful buds that are therapeutically pleasing.
Hemp is gaining popularity throughout the world. Whether it’s due to its therapeutic benefits, or the fact that it is so versatile, the demand for high CBD Hemp seeds is growing. We are proud to provide high-quality seeds to those looking to grow both CBD hemp and lower THC marijuana.
About 10,000 years ago, people started using hemp to spin fiber. Eventually, it was grown specifically for industrial purposes. That is, until 1957 when the federal government banned its commercial cultivation due to mass anti-cannabis hysteria.
Also known as industrial hemp, today, the hemp plant is legal in America and many other countries. That means it can be cultivated and used to create textiles, shoes, paper, insulation, bioplastics, food, clothing, rope, and biofuel. You can also smoke it or use it to create legal edibles and tinctures.
Hemp is marijuana with no more than 0.3% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). This is the chemical that gets you “high” when you smoke cannabis. Because the tetrahydrocannabinol levels in hemp plants are so low, it essentially doesn’t get you high.
Hemp has a variety of uses. The most important commercial use is as a fiber plant. Hemp fiber is used in paper, cloth, insulation, rope, and even in bioplastics. A hemp plant can also be used as food since the young sprouts are tender and full of nutrients despite their lack of tetrahydrocannabinol.
Hemp plants may not have much tetrahydrocannabinol, but it does have plenty of CBD (Cannabidiol). This chemical provides healing properties such as fighting inflammation and stimulating relaxation. Marijuana users that prefer therapeutic effects over getting high should grow cannabis plants that have high CBD and small amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol.
The combination of low amounts of THC and high percentages of CBD helps combat pain, stress, anxiety, and other forms of relief, without the psychedelic effects. These strains are excellent at triggering the entourage effect. Our seed bank has several CBD hemp seeds for sale online that fall under these guidelines.
Smoking hemp marijuana strains can still deliver a cloud nine experience. However, because there is so little tetrahydrocannabinol, you maintain a clear state of mind. That means no couchlock, paranoia, or other “negative” effects. Meanwhile, high CBD hemp seeds levels provide calming and healing effects.
Our high-quality hemp weed seeds for sale have lower THC and high CBD. We recommend these weed seeds for the healing effects that come from the combination of these two cannabinoids.
Both marijuana and hemp are female plants. However, they are different varieties of the same species and not the same thing. CBD feminized hemp seeds become hemp marijuana plants.
We are proud to carry two strains of Feminized Hemp seeds CBD Kush and Carmagnola.
Unlike hemp, marijuana doesn’t use an entire cannabis plant. It is made from the leaves and flowers. It also has a very different purpose. Marijuana is commonly used for its psychoactive, mind-altering effects. You’ll see it called cannabis, pot, weed, Mary Jane, ganja, herb, and bud.
Marijuana and high CBD hemp plants are similar because they both contain over 400 of the same compounds. The two most popular are THC and CBD. Hemp has hardly any THC. Since marijuana is made from the flower of a cannabis plant, you could theoretically make the lowest THC marijuana from a weed plant. However, due to its lower THC content, you can’t call it weed, but rather CBD.
Our hemp seeds for growing cannabis grow both hemp plants and lower THC marijuana. They are a perfect solution for those seeking higher CBD.
Edible hemp seeds are a unique food source that offers several benefits. However, they cannot be planted. Unfortunately, any edible hemp seeds imported to the US have been sterilized at 180 degrees Fahrenheit to guarantee they don’t sprout.
If you want to plant edible hemp seeds, first, find non-sterilized seeds. You cannot grow hemp with our feminized seeds. Our hemp seeds are not sterilized, so they can be sprouted and eaten.
If you want to add a new vegetable to your diet, sprouted hemp seed is a great choice. Or you could let the CBD plant grow and smoke its flowers.
When growing a hemp plant, there tend to be more males than females. Once males have completely pollinated, they simply die off. Female plants, however, grow to full maturity and produce cannabinoids such as CBD.
There’s a big difference between seeded and seedless pot plants. Seeded plants are great for a variety of uses, from fiber to cannabinoids to food. They’re multi-purpose, for growers who want options. On the other hand, seedless plants are best producing medicinal-quality drugs and top-shelf fiber. If you want the best quality CBD, you should choose seedless hemp plants.
Feminized hemp seed will produce a CBD female plant 99.99% of the time. It’s also less likely to develop seeds due to the presence of a male. Therefore, feminized hemp seeds for growing are guaranteed to produce the most potent cannabinoids. We want you to have the best results, that’s why we have female certified hemp seed for sale in our store.
How do you grow CBD hemp seeds? Just like regular marijuana, seeds are germinated, and a sprout appears. From that point, it is up to you to provide enough nutrition, light, and water. Then, your little CBD hemp seeds will become a flowering cannabis plant in no time.
Usually, at this point, you’d be watching for males and removing them. While you should still do that, you have less to worry about with feminized seeds. They’re guaranteed to be female plants.
Once your cannabis flowers, make sure they stay dry while you watch them grow. When it’s time, harvest your crop, and trim, cure, and store your marijuana.
Looking for feminized hemp seeds to grow in your personal garden? Check out our hemp pot seeds for sale for more info, or find high CBD seeds with plenty of THC here.
Want help growing CBD? In addition to our hemp seeds for sale, we also have resources to help you grow them. Browse our website for dozens of growing tips, tricks, and grow guides. Our site also features a free learning forum filled with industry experts and others like you.
Check out our forums for advice on how to grow your high CBD plants. You’ll find tips on lighting, food, soil, and more. We’ll provide the resources that help you avoid common hemp or CBD weed growing mistakes.