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best medicinal cannabis seeds

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CBD cannabis seeds allow growers to cultivate medical marijuana at home, indoors or outdoors. CBD lacks the same psychotropic side effects as the primary cannabinoid in cannabis—THC. It is, therefore, suitable to consume throughout the day without impacting productivity. CBD cannabis seeds have similar characteristics to regular marijuana plants (height, yields, flowering time, flavour), but develop greater levels of CBD.

WHAT ARE CBD CANNABIS SEEDS?

CBD is favoured for its vast therapeutic and medicinal potential. The compound is being actively researched as a possible treatment for conditions such as anxiety, depression, multiple sclerosis (MS), Huntington’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disorder (IBD), migraines, pain management and much more.

CBD cannabis seeds are available in feminized or autoflowering varieties, making them ideal for growers of all skill levels. Medicinal users can take advantage of CBD’s anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and antioxidant properties.

Within every cannabis plant is a sophisticated assortment of chemical compounds called cannabinoids. These compounds interact with the human body’s endocannabinoid system and, in doing so, can elicit a broad range of biological effects. CBD cannabis seeds have been exclusively bred to have higher concentrations of the non-psychotropic cannabinoid. CBD cannabis seeds are suitable for growers who wish to limit their THC intake or use marijuana for medicinal purposes.

There are many schools of thought on the ratio of THC and CBD in marijuana. Some scientists believe an equal ratio is most beneficial, but there is a growing population in the medical community that feels it is best to choose a strain that is heavy in CBD.

This Indica dominant will have you enjoying an uplifting high that starts out euphoric and leaves you feeling relaxed and mellow.

Black Domina Fem

When more CBD is added to award-winner Chemdog #4, you get a highly therapeutic and aromatic weed.

There is a wide range of nutrient products on the market, but care should be taken before adding them to the soil, water, or another growing medium. Too many nutrients are just as bad as not enough. Researching the strains one is cultivating will allow growers to learn how to supplement the needful nutrients of their plants.

An oldie but goodie, now in easy-to-grow autoflowering form.