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Kannabia Seeds is dedicated to cannabis seed growers and marijuana. This is why we offer the public the chance to buy our cannabis seeds online. Influenced by the concerns and suggestions of cannabis cultivators we have spent years developing systems that ensure the best cannabis strains and the optimal development of our strains.

We hope you enjoy it as much as we have done while preparing this selection.

Automatic cannabis seeds produce plants that begin their flowering at a certain age no matter what the lighting schedule, meaning they can be harvested following the schedule of the grower.

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This is a classic CBD Indica, with solid compact buds, which may not appear thick, but will amaze you with their weight. Kama Kush CBD has a higher CBD to THC ratio of 2:1 making this relaxing and therapeutic a great choice for those who require less psychoactivity but full relief.

The discovery of the countless therapeutic properties of the new cannabinoids like CBD and CBG and most recently THCV and CBDV has significantly boost the genetic improvement work placed at our reach seeds containing these substances in a larger proportions than THC opening up a world of possibilities for its therapeutic uses.

Our cannabis seed shop is the result of intense selection of strains, with many years of work stabilizing genetics and adapting strains to the needs of cannabis cultivators. On our website you can find all the information you will need to optimize the cultivation of Kannabia strains.

Plant biotechnology has given us the means to ensure a high percentage -99%- of feminized plants. Feminized seeds guarantee your crop from pollination.

The farm believed they were well within their rights to import the seeds and cultivate the plants after receiving confirmation from the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority, and because the IMA had previously ruled that hemp seeds do not fall under Iceland’s drug laws.

As reported, a small farm in northeast Iceland has been trying to cultivate industrial hemp, but have had a difficult time convincing the IMA that they are not growing drugs.

The regulation specifies the condition that the seeds may not be capable of growing plants which contain more than 0.2% THC, the compound in cannabis that induces intoxication.

Fréttablaðið reports that Minister of Health Svandís Svavarsdóttir has changed regulations regarding Iceland’s laws on intoxicating and addictive substances to allow for the Icelandic Medicines Agency (IMA) to import seeds for the purposes of growing industrial hemp.

There has been growing interest in cultivating industrial hemp in Iceland, as has long been the case across Europe. Industrial hemp, a strain of cannabis sativa with very little THC in it, is grown specifically for the strong and durable fibres they produce, or for their seeds, which are sold in many countries, including Iceland, for their nutritional value.

However, last November police visited the farm at the behest of the IMA. The farmers were not informed ahead of time that the police would be visiting, nor did the IMA ask the farmers for any additional information on the plants they were cultivating. Police took samples, and tested them. After finding that the samples contained no measurable levels of THC, the police dropped the case last March.