It’s another big fat cannabic monster. The high quality of its breeders has made this bank delight us from the highest level with varieties even imported from the United States. We cannot deny in the great work they have done with some of them such as their Royal Gorilla, which does not cease to be a Gorilla Glue raised, adapted and reproduced by their breeders in the purest Royal Queen style and its OG Kush, which evidently proves its provenance. Without even changing his name.
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Royal Queen Seeds: Kingship made of seeds
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In this sense, over the past two years, Delicious Seeds, although it is a Spanish seed bank, has managed to position itself in some of the best recreational cannabis dispensaries in the United States, placing varieties such as Desconocida Kush (another OG Kush adapted to Ruben’s personality) and Eleven Roses (a Black Rose Sugar with an exquisite crossbreeding with American parents). The result has no words.
Breeders based in the United States
Who made the list? Ethos Genetics, an American cannabis breeder, keeps a list of seed sources (see note below) that currently carry their seeds. I’ve seen this list get updated as banks disappear and new ones open up. Many of the linked seed sources contain several other American breeders besides just Ethos. That means these banks have a wide variety of American-bred genetics. It’s not a comprehensive list of American banks by any stretch of the imagination, and I can’t vouch for any of them personally, but at the very least, Ethos believes these companies won’t rip you off.
Ok, I got it. But what are the advantages of ordering from an American seed bank?
European Seed Banks
For security reasons, we can no longer point you to US seedbanks. When we point to them with our website it can get them shut down. Although we would love to maintain a list of US seedbanks, we don’t want that information to get into the wrong hands and get someone shut down, or worse. Despite many states having legal cannabis in the US, weed is still illegal federally and classified as a schedule 1 drug. That creates a huge risk for seed companies operating here and until our laws change, our listing these sites can put these seedbanks at risk.
I most often order from European seed banks because…
The problem has to do with the American federal government and the current legal status of cannabis. Marijuana and derivatives (including seeds) are considered a Schedule 1 drug with essentially no accepted legal use. This makes it hard if not impossible for a seed bank to run in the U.S. the way they do in the U.K., the Netherlands, Spain, or Canada (which have legal loopholes or full-on legalization).
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