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Our feminised medicinal cannabis seeds are specially cultivated for the medicinal cannabis user. In fact, all cannabis types are appropriate for medicinal use. However, some types are more appropriate because of the active substances.. Medicinal cannabis can bring relief ofthe following conditions: pain, muscle tensions, bad blood circulation, nausea, spasms, chemotherapy, stress, difficulty in sleeping, loss in appetite, sexual complaints and hormonal complaints.

Types of cannabis seeds

There are numerous cannabis seeds on the market. Briefly summarised you can divide these into three groups:

1) Regular cannabis seeds

The plants from regular cannabis seeds can both be male and feminine. If you have ordered 10 regular cannabis seeds for instance, you can’t know if the plants will become male or female. When they are cultivated in good circumstances, you are more likely to grow feminine plants.

2) Feminized cannabis seeds

Feminized cannabis seeds are genetically altered so that they produce feminine plants in at least 95% of the cases. This forms a great advantage as only feminine cannabis plants produce flowers. The male cannabis plants don’t produce flowers, contain little THC and can even influence the production of THC of feminine plants. The feminine cannabis plant produces considerably more working substances such as THC, CBD and CBN than a male cannabis plant. Before bringing the seeds on the market, they are first thoroughly tested and further cultivated so that we are sure that our plants are genetically stable and consistent.

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3) Autoflowering cannabis seeds

Autoflowering seeds come from indica or sativa plants which were crossed with the ruderalis plant. This cannabis plant is situated in areas with short summers. Because of this, the ruderalis plant starts blooming automatically in a short period of time. (Normally within 2 or 3 weeks). The ruderalis cannabis plant is found mainly in Northern Europe, Russia and neighbouring countries such as China and Mongolia. This plant contains less THC than the indica and sativa types, which is the reason why they are crossed. The result of crossing the ruderalis plant with an indica or sativa plant is a fast blooming variant with a high THC production and good flower heads.

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Medicinal cannabis seeds

Our feminised medicinal cannabis seeds are specially cultivated for the medicinal cannabis user. In fact, all cannabis types are appropriate for medicinal use. However, some types are more appropriate because of the active substances.. Medicinal cannabis can bring relief ofthe following conditions: pain, muscle tensions, bad blood circulation, nausea, spasms, chemotherapy, stress, difficulty in sleeping, loss in appetite, sexual complaints and hormonal complaints.

Suzy’s Tip:

The cultivation of cannabis plants takes a lot of time and energy, so avoid disappointment during the harvest by buying the right quality of seeds. This small investment is easily earned back with the harvest. Buy only feminsied seeds, that’s save you a lot of time.

Different marijuana seeds
For experienced cannabis seed collectors, regular seeds are a more authentic approach but if you’ve never used them, it’s best to go straight in with feminized seeds as they’re more straightforward and rewarding. Regular seeds require more attention and care in terms of lighting and temperature, and of course time must be invested in removing the male plants and cultivating the female instead.

A Guide to Different Types of Cannabis Seeds

Cannabis seeds are a huge part of the legal marijuana industry, and for any collector starting out, there’s a lot of knowledge to pick up. On the market today, there are various different types of seeds that have their own backgrounds and distinctive qualities.

You may have heard of feminized seeds or seeds bred to have certain genetic qualities, but what does this mean in real terms of the product? Here’s a spotlight on feminized seeds, autoflowering seeds and regular seeds.

Feminized cannabis seeds have been bred by top brands over the last generation to have no male parts and when grown, create a 95%-plus female yield. In recent years, these have become a really stable option and have a range of benefits. Investing in feminized options means that you can germinate more plants in the same sized space as the male plants are no longer taking up room; male plants do not produce bud and are typically destroyed to make way for more female plants.

Created through genetic selection over many crops, feminized plants produce their own resinous buds and do not need pollinating. They also don’t require specific temperatures and lights, as you might expect. In essence, as man has intervened, they’ve been made easier to grow as they’re a hybrid — taking only the best elements available through nature.

If you have limited space or simply don’t want to waste time with male plants, these cannabis seeds are a good choice; all the results with none of the hassle. They are also known for growing faster and producing bud with higher levels of active cannabinoids.

Similar to feminized seeds, autoflowering strains are easier to grow than regular seeds because they don’t require such specific light and temperature environments and can even mature in as quickly as 10 weeks. Their unique appeal comes from their ability to automatically flower and shifting from a vegetative state over time and with age. Although they aren’t all female, they also don’t require any removal of male plants so can also be considered a low maintenance option (however, you may also want to remove male autos to be on the safe side). Another distinctive quality is that autoflowering plants are normally shorter in height.

Autoflowering examples are also a lot older than their feminine counterparts and have existed in some form for thousands of years. Typically quite low in strength, breeders have increased the active agents with genetic selection so they are now as strong and potent as regular seeds.

Regular seeds, standard seeds or perhaps even the seeds that started it all; before feminized and autoflowering were developed, you just had regular seeds which were roughly 50% male and 50% female. As a result, the yield was also 50/50 so double the work was needed to get the same amount of marijuana.

For experienced cannabis seed collectors, regular seeds are a more authentic approach but if you’ve never used them, it’s best to go straight in with feminized seeds as they’re more straightforward and rewarding. Regular seeds require more attention and care in terms of lighting and temperature, and of course time must be invested in removing the male plants and cultivating the female instead.

Perhaps a good exercise in learning about marijuana and trialing germination skills, they’re not for the faint-hearted but are a more natural option where you earn every bud with hard graft.