Seedsman offers an enormous amount of licensed breeders, all listed in alphabetical order. For those on the lookout for a specific big-name breeder, Seedsman probably has it. Popular strains available include Sour Diesel, Skunk, and White Widow, along with a great selection of autoflowering and feminized seeds.
The website offers an entertaining quiz for consumers to find the best seeds for them. It includes details like weed preference and growing conditions. Not only is it a fun feature, but the quiz also helps beginners choose their seeds wisely.
Over time, his site has become one of the most trusted locations worldwide for Americans and Europeans buying marijuana seeds. There is an average delivery time of 10 days.
2. Crop King Seeds – Great variety of strains
Delivery is free for bulk orders, while standard shipping is around $6.25. It normally takes around one to two weeks. Payment options include check, Bitcoin, bank wire, cash, debit and credit cards. Bitcoin users receive a 15 percent discount.
- Website is full of cheesy ads
- Steep delivery charges and insurance
- Reviews on the site seem biased
Despite this, experts still advise customers against requesting expedited delivery or a shipping method that requires a signature. This helps avoid drawing attention to the package or being forced to sign for the delivery.
But F1 is a little different.
Is it the next hype strain? Maybe. If it’s not, the new Cookies are sitting somewhere under grow lights, or curing in a plastic tub, waiting for the right moment — and the right momentum.
He’s pushed the Cookies name well into the consciousness of cannabis consumers and identity-conscious kids with frequent mentions in his lyrics and by slapping the Cookies name on clothes, grinders, roll trays, and anything else that can hold a logo.
Its hit is long and stony, more indica than sativa. It has a musty, sweet scent that “lingers in the air,” Luke said, and has a distinct look: So dark it’s almost black, with long red colas.
In other words, just the kind of genetic mutation to launch a weed fad.
The answer is a crash course in cannabis genetics as well as an introduction to pre-legalization business practices.
Some of the PotGuide team has tried a joint of the Lemon Pepper strain by Cookies, and reported a similar experience: a good joint, with nice effects, but nothing to write home about, and certainly not for the price.
Drop marketing requires a lot of money and staff to pull off. Its tenets need strict channel management and information dissemination that gives the impression that the product is limited, exclusive, and time sensitive. It’s a formula that works. But it’s a formula that leans away from the wellness/medicinal aura the industry works very hard to convey.
Regardless of such reviews, if one goes looking, it’s easy to find the brand has the same type of rabid fans you’d expect from any “hype beast” outfit that claims to carry the top of the top quality. At each drop, you’re likely to find a line around the block to try and grab some of the coveted flower, each consumer curious about what’s behind the velvet rope of exclusivity.
Berner concluded, “How can I worry about a store when there is so much more going on in the world right now? So much hate, so much anger, so much pain, and a lack of justice. Please take care of your families and stay safe”
It seems that Berner is a restless man; one whose work is ceaseless yet focused, the ticket made hot by the fact that you might not be able to get it. Whether Cookies is worth the hype or not, however, is really up to you. But you may want to keep a couple of questions in mind: how bad do I want this, what am I willing to pay, and how long am I willing to wait?
The seminal and hyped Girl Scout Cookie strain is the cred that birthed the Cookies brand, and it’s since gained an air of exclusivity that getting tickets to the Super Bowl used to have (and hopefully will have again soon). Limited availability and for VIP’s only.
Across the Internet, the general sentiment about Cookies is that it is actually good flower from quality genetics. However, if Reddit’s Ents (a slang for members of the site’s cannabis community) are to be believed, the quality and price simply don’t match up. In both Colorado and California, users commented that while the bud was good, it wasn’t better than many of the other top-shelf options available, and in some cases, was worse, but still at the premium Cookies price.