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This is a great slightly trippy and very powerful strain excellent for painters. This multi-award winner strain is named after Jack Herer the famous cannabis activist and author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes. Jack Herer has taken the coveted first place trophy at the 2004 High Times Cannabis Cup. She has also taken 2nd in two different categories at the 2006 High Times Cannabis Cup. The effect is full-body yet cerebral and very long-lasting so perfect for a long art session. Medicinally this strain is usually used by those who are suffering from pain or a lack of appetite. During growing, she likes room to stretch out those big Sativa branches. She isn’t the easiest plant to grow, especially for beginners, but if you can pull it off she is more than worth it. The THC level sits at around 21% so she can be powerful, especially in larger doses. Indoors her yields usually get up to around 800g/m2 and up to 1200 g/plant when grown outdoors. Jack Herer has an extremely short flowering time of just 8 weeks and can be grown indoors, outdoors in a hot climate, or in a greenhouse.

This is an extremely popular Sativa that is ideal for those of us who are just too wiped out to be creative. Nothing stems the flow of inspiration like having absolutely no energy. Unfortunately, for anyone who doesn’t have the luxury of being a full-time artist, life is likely to get in the way. Kali Mist is bright and euphoric with a beautifully uplifting high that is ideal for anyone who is finding it hard to connect with their inner artist. If you are experiencing creative block this strain can really open up your mind and let it explore new areas. She also produces fantastic yields of dense, fluffy buds covered in THC. She also doesn’t grow too many leaves up top so the light can easily get through to the bottom of the plant. This strain has the added benefit of being fantastic for menstrual cramps. Kali Mist has also won a couple of awards such as first prize of the Cannabis Cup in 1995 (Hydro Cup) and again (with this new and improved version) in 2000 (Seed Company Sativa Cup). She has a flowering time of 10 – 12 weeks and can be grown indoors or in a greenhouse.

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This is a slightly different type of strain to the others, it isn’t quite as energetic. This is a great strain for anyone who is struggling to relax and so cannot make art. Stress can be a nightmare for creatives and just as bad a creative block as not having any energy. Chemdog has all of that lovely uplifting cerebral effect but is also very chill and a little sedative. Going into a sort of meditative stone can be a great way to come up with ideas for artwork. Another great use for this strain is just getting a good nights sleep. If you have been struggling to come up with ideas due to exhaustion and anxiety Chemdog can give you the rest you need to fire on all cylinders. The THC content usually sits at around 15 – 20% so she can be quite strong for new smokers. She grows well indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse and has a flowering time of 60 – 65 days.

Once again this strain provides a happy and uplifting cerebral high that can open up the mental pathways and let in inspiration. The spicy aniseed flavour goes perfectly with the perky and euphoric high. Durban Poison has never been hybridised and is a 100% Sativa strain ideal for reigniting that spark. Strangely even though it is entirely Sativa it does resemble an Indica strain when it is growing. She can also be pretty powerful and can induce a little visual high, great for painters who want to play with the abstract. The buds are dense, compact and plentiful rewarding even new growers with a fantastic harvest. This strain is very versatile and can be grown indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse. She has a flowering time of just 8 – 9 weeks.

Remember: It is illegal to germinate cannabis seeds in many countries including the UK. It is our duty to inform you of this fact and to urge you to obey all of your local laws to the letter. The Vault only ever sells or sends out seeds for souvenir, collection or novelty purposes.

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Benas, an avid cannabis grower who has started businesses in web development, home renovation, frozen food distribution, and, most recently, high-performance vehicle customisation, outbid the competition at an auction arranged by the Gage Green Group (GGG).

“You’re only going to get a once-off, one in the world.”

The “Rise” auction fetched 5.5 Ethereum (ETH) – the preferred cryptocurrency of NFT marketplaces – while “Burn” was sold for 1.852 ETH. Benas bought both, paying approximately $16,500 worth of ETH which amounted to roughly R224,000 at the time. Bidding on both auctions closed at the end of May, with GGG announcing Benas as the owner of “Rise” and “Burn” on Friday.

Benas sees the recent seed purchase as an important investment in South Africa’s cannabis industry and hopes that the exclusivity of these strains offers a unique boost to the sector and his own cultivation ambitions.

Benas says that he’s received harsh criticism online for his high bid on GGG’s NFTs, noting that social media users have been quick to point out that he overpaid for the seeds without “seeing the bigger picture”.