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Cannabis seeds are at an all-time “high” right now. However, because cannabis seeds are illegal in several states, their purchase is limited to certain source providers. Due to all the restrictions, we have drawn up a list of the best seed banks you can check out for your seed bank needs!

Cannabis seed banks give you multiple payment options for your purchase. The most popular method of delivery accepted by most banks is credit cards. Cryptocurrency is also often accepted by most banks because of its convenience. PayPal is also used commonly by many people as a payment method worldwide because of secure payments.However, the issue that lies with PayPal is that it may suspend or ban your account for controversial products.

5 Best Seed Banks For Cannabis Seeds

MSNL has a large variety adding up to over 200 strains currently. The brand supplies seeds for medicinal as well as recreational purposes. They offer feminized seeds, auto-flowering seeds, and regular seeds as their common category.

You can check out I Love Growing Marijuana’s website for complete information on the products you want to learn about or purchase. In addition to selling products, the brand also provides tips and tricks to fellow growers everywhere.

You can head over to MSNL’s official website to check out their offers. MSNL gives you points and free seeds with every order that you place. Shipping is categorized in the following ways:

Want in on the action? We thought so!

The site has benefited from a recent revamp; it’s now super-easy to use and it looks AMAZING. Big, helpful buttons and info right where you want it.

🥇 First place: The Homegrown Cannabis Co. 🥇

Overall: We struggled to find a seed site anywhere that matches the depth of choice offered by Seed Supreme – it’s a real feather in their cap. We’re looking forward to when they complement their range of seeds with premium educational content. Do this, and they’re a sure-fire contender for the number one spot.

Customer service: Help is available via FAQs and email. They don’t have a telephone number but you can chat live to a representative if you catch them at the right time.

Cost: i49 seeds are a few cents cheaper (per seed) than Homegrown, and available in packs of 4, 8, 10 and 20. They cater for budget growers with BOGOs, though i49 had 16 BOGOs, compared to Homegrown’s 37 (when reviewed).