Many consumers prefer to use cannabis seeds that have the potential to produce flowers with high THC. At Homegrown Cannabis Co., we realize that demand for THC has led to the saturation of the market with high THC marijuana seeds. On the other hand, many consumers are now increasingly looking for products with low THC content and high CBD. Both THC and CBD are cannabinoids with different effects, a factor that you should probably consider when purchasing marijuana seeds.
What strains have high CBD content?
CBD is usually the second most abundant element in cannabis. Cannabis strains with high CBD content often deliver a clear-headed high, unlike THC that delivers a euphoric high. Some consumers prefer to use marijuana with high CBD content due to their heightened sensitivity to the effects of THC, including dizziness and paranoia.
At the single seeds centre, we also offer strains with balanced THC/CBD content. Such strains are suitable for consumers who are sensitive to THC but want to experience a mild version of the mellow buzz associated with THC.
CBD strains can be consumed the same way you would consume THC strains. You can smoke or vaporize CBD flowers, eat CBD edibles, and apply CBD lotion. Although some people use hemp as an alternative for CBD cannabis, hemp does not have the chemical diversity of marijuana.
Our high-CBD cannabis seeds have many health benefits and can help minimize the symptoms of various conditions, including epilepsy, pain, PTSD, inflammation, anxiety, seizures, Crohn’s disease, and multiple sclerosis. Unlike many medications, CBD does not have a lethal dose or adverse side effects. THC also has wide-ranging health benefits, including relieving insomnia and nausea, and boosting appetite.
When is the best time to feed my marijuana plants?
The right time to feed your marijuana plants is determined by the growing medium you use. However, most strains require lots of water and nutrition during the first two to three weeks after germination. Soil usually has adequate nutrients for marijuana plants. However, if you are using coco as a growing medium, you may have to boost it with nutrients every week or so.
Plants growing in hydroponic farms require more concentrated nutrients than plants growing in normal conditions. At the single seeds centre, we often advise clients who are just starting in the marijuana growing business to grow their plants in soil. It is much simpler to use soil as a growing medium. In addition, growing plants in the soil allows you to gain much greater knowledge of how to grow marijuana more effectively.
Signs of nutrient deficiency
One of the best ways to tell if a plant requires nutrients is by observing its leaves. Nutrient deficient plants have pale-colored leaves that usually turn yellow with time. However, marijuana leaves turning yellow is not a sign that your plant is dying. The yellowing of the leaves is just a signal that something is missing and that your plant requires some attention.
At the single seeds centre we have high CBD and high THC cannabis strains. Browse through our catalog and order the strain you want.