Nobody likes going to the dentist but people like growing sweet cannabis strains and in recent years, a cavity in the market has been filled with sweet cannabis strains that have even sweeter names. Judging by the ever-growing list of cookies strains, for instance, it shows no sign of decaying.
In honour of all the grow tents bursting with sweet cannabis strains, Amsterdam Seed Center booked in for a check-up in the dreaded dentist chair to find out the 7 sweet cannabis strains your dentist recommends to avoid.
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Congratulations, you’ve found a seed. More specifically a bagseed, as the seeds found in packaged or bagged flower are commonly called.
Maybe congratulations aren’t quite in order. Depending on where it came from, who you ask, and if the seed is viable or not will affect your level of excitement.
While finding a seed in your stash is not ideal for truly exceptional flower and much less common than it once was, it is a pretty ordinary occurrence. Anyone who has been smoking cannabis for some time has undoubtedly come across a bagseed. Sometimes you’ll notice one when grinding down some flower or you’ll see it pop, spark, and crackle as the heat of your lit bowl pops the precious kernel within.
Ok, so you found a bagseed. Now what?
These last years’ biggest cannabis hype has been, without any doubt, OG Kush. This is the most highly regarded and most requested marijuana strain by Californian VIPs. Why? Well, because she marvellously combines an incredible flavour with mind-blowing effects that are unsuitable for beginners. Consuming OG Kush is like getting an incredible whiff of lemon and diesel oil accompanied by some earthy hints.
Cannabis is a naturally growing plant that has been used not only for recreational purposes, but also for its ability to treat health conditions for thousands of years. Cannabidiol or CBD, is one of many (phyto)-cannabinoids often found in Cannabis. Cannabis contains at least 85 types of cannabinoids (THC, CBD, CBN, CBG, CBC etc.), many of which have documented medical value, proven through scientific research. (Phyto)-cannabinoids fit like a lock and a key into existing human receptors, which are part of the ‘endocannabinoid system’. “The endocannabinoid system comprises two type of receptors, CB1 and CB2, which serve distinct functions in human health and well-being.”
Regular Seeds (Regs) is the term applied to non-feminized seeds that produce either male or female cannabis plants, in a natural ratio. That being said, Regs are not really suitable for a direct seed-to-harvest crop, because there won’t be only female plants and, as said before, only female plants will produce flowers (buds). Regular Seeds are mostly used to breed new cannabis cultivars (strains) or for the selection of mother-plants for cloning purposes.
Feminized seeds (Fems) are guaranteed to only produce female plants and because they are specifically bred for this reason; NO BOYS ALLOWED! Growing cannabis from feminized seeds will bypass the hassle with males and the whole selection process; this comes in handy especially when growers are limited by space (keeping a motherplant requires more space). With Fems you will be able to grow your favorite genetics directly from seed to harvest!
There are hundreds of different species of seeds, better known as genetics or cultivars. These genetics are available from various companies, known as ‘seed banks’ and a large portion of the sales of these seeds is through online stores. The quality of the cannabis seeds is important, but actual ‘quality’ is a vague concept, because it can mean the quality of the genetics, the quality of the end product, the quality of the actual plant-development etc. In this article we go into more detail about this..