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Although cannabis plant yields can be tricky to predict with any precision, the germination rates of our kind seed products will be guaranteed to have a minimum success rate. While growing your plants to full maturity takes the mastering of several factors (light, nutrients, pruning, and humidity), germination really only depends on 3 critical factors, darkness, warmth, and dampness. When you provide any seed with the right conditions to mimic springtime, they start to open up out of their dormant state to prepare for the growth cycle to begin. You may have heard that cannabis plants can be propagated using clones, or cuttings, from another mature plant. However, growing from a freshly germinated seed is the best way to ensure you have strong and sturdy plants that can flourish all the way until they are fully ripened. Marijuana cuttings can develop roots quickly, but will never get the large central taproot you get from growing with seed. The taproot provides a great deal of strength and stability to the plant so that it can grow tall and produce a huge weight of buds for you to enjoy.

Marijuana has been around since nearly the dawn of time, and humans have been cultivating this helpful herb for at least 2000 years, and likely much longer. Kind seed is just another synonym for marijuana that does not have a concrete story of origin. Perhaps it came into play as a code word for distributors to mask the illicit nature of their products back in the day when it was more frowned upon. Maybe it is due to the effect that the end product has on its consumers. Cannabis is the classic chill out substance that usually brings down people’s guard and allows their inner kindness to shine. How many times have you seen someone toke up and get instantly aggressive? The twisted vision of cannabis that was portrayed in the media had the public believe that it was a gateway to hardcore drugs. The cult film Reefer Madness in the 1970s portrayed marijuana as a scourge on society and the Just say No campaign led by Nancy Reagan in the late 1980s and early 1990s discouraged kids from experimenting with pot.

White Widow – 60% sativa strain was made by mixing a Brazilian sativa and a South Indian indica strain. This is typically a high THC strain with headstrong effects that will leave you feeling a little dazed. White crystals start to cover the buds early in the flowering phase, which lends a great deal of legitimacy to its bold name.

Indoor Kind Seeds

Claiming to be the best is a statement that we do not take lightly. So much work has gone into keeping our seed stocks at a minimum level so that we can support the many wholesale growers that depend on us. We also take the best care of your personal privacy by shipping in nondescript packaging. Shipping times have slowed down at times during the pandemic, so please be patient as we get your seeds to you as soon as possible. A tracking number is available for most orders, so that you can keep an eye on the estimated delivery date. Use the best kind seeds Seed Bank online and shop with weed seeds USA.

When you are already choosing to shop online for your next batch of kind seeds for sale, why not go for the very best that money can buy? Our dedicated team of in-house cannabis enthusiasts have developed relationships with top seed breeders in North America. You can buy the most popular cannabis seeds that you hear about in the movies like Sour Diesel, Pineapple Express, or G13, but we also sell some new lesser-known strains as well that pack a real wallop.

Once flowers are fully developed, it is time to harvest the plants then dry and cure the buds. The growing part does not have to be time intensive, especially if you are just raising a few plants somewhere in your home or garage. The most important part is that you are nearby to check on them regularly. Be attentive to your plants! They need you to keep an eye out for bugs and other problems for them to perform their best. Also be on the lookout for male plants that can pollinate your females resulting in seedy buds. Can good weed have seeds? Indeed they can but the potency is dramatically reduced and the buds are not nearly as pleasant to smoke. Growing kind seeds is actually very straightforward, you just need to learn the important indicators to watch out for.

Do-Si-Dos – 70% indica dominant strain is a crossing of Girl Scout Cookies with Face Off OG. Introspective and hard-hitting, this strain is a highly intoxicating choice that will add a colorful minty and spicy edge to your evening.

This perfectly blended hybrid is a favorite as it produces the stickiest dense buds. Plan for an average yield of 400-550 g/m2 indoors.

This Indica-dominant hybrid may be short in stature but makes up for this in abundant bud production.

This easy to grow autoflowering strain yields 350 – 400g indoors and is extremely potent.

Bruce Banner x Kali Mist Feminized

Retaining the Diesel taste from its OG lineage along with the famous flavor of its Cheese parent. The strain for those wanting an uplifting and energetic high.

This automatic flowering Sativa provides a sweet slice of relaxation with a scoop of cognitive stimulation.

A high-yielding, fierce and fast flowering Sativa with spicy floral notes.

I like big buds, and I cannot lie. This baby got bud!

Known as a rich source of magnesium, two tablespoons of pumpkin seeds contain about 25 per cent of the daily recommended dietary allowance. It is also exceptionally high in zinc to boost your body’s immune system. Pumpkin seeds are also said to be able to induce better sleep due to the presence of the amino acid tryptophan. A study published in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience suggests that tryptophan consumed with carbohydrate is comparable to pharmaceutical grade tryptophan, which can help you fall asleep more quickly.

For those who are allergic to nuts, sunflower seeds can be a good substitute. These crunchy and nutty seeds are versatile and can be easily added into foods like yogurt and salad. You can even have them on their own as a low-carb snack. Rich in vitamin E and fatty acids, they are also good for your skin. A study by Texas A&M University found that dogs supplemented with sunflower seeds saw improvements in their skin and hair coat, and researchers believe that humans can reap the same benefits from the consumption of sunflower seeds. But be careful when you are picking out sunflower seeds as commercialised ones are usually heavily laden with sodium to enhance their flavours.

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Pomegranate seeds

These crunchy seeds have a nutty aroma and are often found on bagels, hamburger buns and sushi rolls. While sesame seeds are not in the limelight as much as their counterparts, they are in no way inferior. They are nutrient-dense and contain a wide array of beneficial compounds like iron, zinc, copper and vitamins. According to a study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food in 2016, sesame seeds are able to increase the capacity of antioxidants and reduce oxidative stress markers among individuals.

While quinoa often stands in for grains, it is in fact a type of seed. A popular superfood, its myriad health benefits like being rich in protein and antioxidants should come as no surprise. One of the reasons why it is a better alternative to white rice is its low glycemic index, meaning that it will not spike your blood sugar level quickly to stimulate hunger and contribute to weight gain. The versatility of quinoa also makes it easy to incorporate into your diet.

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Often classified as a superfood, chia seeds are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids to keep your cholesterol levels in check. And don’t underestimate these tiny seeds, they are able to absorb up to 10 times their weight in water. The high water content and fibre in chia seeds will also help you to feel full for longer. While chia seeds may not have much taste on their own, you can add a dash of it to your favourite fruits, smoothies, puddings (the possibilities are endless, really) to jazz up your foods and make them healthier. Find out how you can eat chia seeds in five different ways.