Indica – For some relaxation, our Indica strains are perfect. New options include Critical Mass CBD and Hawaii and Purple Skunk cross seeds.
Medical marijuana is legal in Pennsylvania, with restrictions. The use is limited to those who have the approval of their physician and who suffer from one of the qualifying conditions listed in the bill. Qualifying conditions include cancer, PTSD, some gastrointestinal illnesses, and more. Between the bill’s start in 2016 and 2018, only non-smokable forms of marijuana could be dispensed. However, this has since been removed from the bill.
Hybrid – If you’re looking for the best of both options, a hybrid might be a great choice. Our newest options include Black Rhino and Yumbolt seeds.
Types and Strains of Available Seeds
Feminized seeds are all female, so there’s no need to throw away any plants once they start growing. These can be very beneficial to purchase, as there is less to worry about since there will not be any male plants. For even less work, it might be a good idea to look into auto-flowering marijuana seeds. These seeds will automatically start flowering when they reach a certain point in their lifecycle, so there’s less work to do watching them as they grow.
There are different types of seeds as well as different strains, and it’s important to understand the difference before purchasing any cannabis seeds. The different types of seeds include regular, feminized, and auto-flowering. Regular seeds can grow both male and female plants, and there generally isn’t a way to differentiate between them until the plants have started to grow. Since male plants aren’t desired, this does mean some of the plants grown from regular seeds will need to be thrown out.
Strains for marijuana seeds include Sativa and Indica, as well as hybrid options. Sativa is known for providing a burst of energy as well as boosting creativity, while Indica is known for being more mellow and offering better relaxation. Hybrid options combine Sativa and Indica, offering the best of both. If you’re looking for a strain-specific variety, you might want to check the following options.
Purchasing marijuana seeds is legal in Pennsylvania, but you might be wondering where to get your seeds from. Why purchase them from us? We offer a huge variety of different seeds, so there’s something that’s perfect for you. We also offer a full support team dedicated to helping you find the right seeds and answering any questions you might have. We have decades of experience with marijuana seeds and offer the highest quality seeds. Browse our website today to see how easy it can be to find and order exactly what you’re looking for. We’ll always ship the seeds fast and discreetly, so you’ll have nothing to worry about, and they’ll arrive right away.
On a lighter note, Hershey Park was built in 1906 as an avenue of escape and entertainment for Hershey Chocolate workers and has since evolved into a full-blown amusement park. The State Museum of Pennsylvania is another grand attraction and is located on the elaborate Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex grounds in Harrisburg. Some historians may also like to visit Valley Forge, the home of General Washington during the American Revolutionary War. Benjamin Franklin himself gave his blessing to the Nation’s first zoo in Philadelphia. Although the zoo was slated for 1858, plans were delayed until 1874 because of the Civil War.
Where the law gets a bit fuzzy is around non-cardholders. The Governor himself, Tom Wolf, has been pushing for legalization since he first signed Senate Bill 3 in 2016, allowing for the use of medical marijuana. In 2018, the Governor signed House Bill 163, effectively tossing the smoke a joint, lose your license law. 2019 brought Governor Wolf’s statewide listening tour, polling residents of all 67 counties within Pennsylvania on whether they were for legalization or not. The majority of citizens were for full legalization while many others considered decriminalization enough.
Are Marijuana Seeds in Pennsylvania legal?
When most people think of Pennsylvania, they think of the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the birthplace of this great nation. Little do most folks know that there is much, much more to the Quaker State than the famous documents Americans are guided by.
Recreational use within the state of Pennsylvania has seen some changes since the nationwide cannabis prohibition of the ’30s. Though recreational use is yet to be legalized, there are a number of states which have decriminalized up to 30 grams (just over an ounce). You will face only a small fine if caught carrying. These fines range from $25 to $250 depending on the county, and the charge does not go on one’s permanent record, nor is there an increase in penalties for second or third-time offenses. This doesn’t mean that you can light up a joint just anywhere, though! It does mean that, since Wolf is hunting for legalization, nobody is going to get in trouble smoking a joint on their property or for having a plant in their windowsill. We have found that, in some municipalities, the authorities are not interested in a couple of plants, as long as you are respectful and quiet about it.
Regardless of the harsh laws surrounding marijuana use and cultivation, seeds are 100% legal across the country. Considered a souvenir or novelty item, like so many sports cards, they are legal for purchase, sale, distribution, trade, and collection. Growing them is a bit of a grey area right now because, though there is enforceable legislation against 10 or more plants, there is no stipulation about less than that. This little loophole must be getting abused somewhere along the line, but with Wolf hot on their tracks, we are not so convinced that the authorities will be there blowing your house down and time soon.