high cbd marijuana seeds

High cbd marijuana seeds

If you’re looking for real medical benefits without the psychoactive effect for which cannabis is known, you have come to the right place. Pacific Seed Bank medical cannabis seeds offer gardeners the chance to cultivate and harvest a personal supply of natural, high-quality medicine. Now more than ever, it seems consumers are on the hunt for all-natural remedies, no matter their medical background. It seems we’re getting tired of all the fake chemicals and undisclosed ingredients in the over-the-counter pills and prescriptions we pick up as a society.

High-CBD Marijuana Seeds for Sale

Cannabis seeds that are not germinated are considered collector’s items or novelty gifts and can be legally purchased and owned by adults over 21 within the United States. You’ll find a huge selection of high-quality ungerminated cannabis seeds when you shop the selection available now from Pacific Seed Bank. Order online today to get started.

What is a Feminized High-CBD Marijuana Seed?

We highly recommend high-CBD feminized seeds for patients who frequently experience pain—any sort of pain, whether it’s migraines, inflammation, arthritis, back pain, muscle tension, menstrual cramps, and so on. CBD is prized for its pain-alleviating effects in both the mind and body. Had a stressful day? Maybe you went too hard at the gym? It’s nothing a little CBD can’t help with.

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Keywords: Cannabis sativa L.; cannabidiol; cannabinoids; feminized seed; high CBD medical cannabis; sex manipulation; silver thiosulfate.

The use of the cannabis plant as a source of therapeutic compounds is gaining great importance since restrictions on its growth and use are gradually reduced throughout the world. Intensification of medical (drug type) cannabis production stimulated breeding activities aimed at developing new, improved cultivars with precisely defined, and stable cannabinoid profiles. The effects of several exogenous substances, known to be involved in sex expressions, such as silver thiosulfate (STS), gibberellic acid (GA), and colloidal silver, were analyzed in this study. Various concentrations were tested within 23 different treatments on two high cannabidiol (CBD) breeding populations. Our results showed that spraying whole plants with STS once is more efficient than the application of STS on shoot tips while spraying plants with 0.01% GA and intensive cutting is ineffective in stimulating the production of male flowers. Additionally, spraying whole plants with colloidal silver was also shown to be effective in the induction of male flowers on female plants, since it produced up to 379 male flowers per plant. The viability and fertility of the induced male flowers were confirmed by fluorescein diacetate (FDA) staining of pollen grains, in vitro and in vivo germination tests of pollen, counting the number of seeds developed after hybridization, and evaluating germination rates of developed seeds. Finally, one established protocol was implemented for crossing selected female plants. The cannabinoid profile of the progeny was compared with the profile of the parental population and an improvement in the biochemical profile of the breeding population was confirmed. The progeny had a higher and more uniform total CBD (tCBD) to total tetrahydrocannabinol (tTHC) ratio (up to 29.6; average 21.33 ± 0.39) compared with the original population (up to 18.8; average 7.83 ± 1.03). This is the first comprehensive report on the induction of fertile male flowers on female plants from dioecious medical cannabis (Cannabis sativa L.).

The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.

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