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If you live in the UK and are interested in cannabis seeds, it is not always clear what is within the limits of the law and what is not. You might wonder for example: is it legal to order cannabis seeds in the UK through this web shop or via cannabis seed companies like Vault, Gorilla and Attitude seed bank? The short answer to that question is: Yes. It is legal to order and own cannabis seeds in the UK. Yet there are certain points of interest. Therefore we have written this article “Cannabis seeds UK” where you can read everything you need to know before you buy cannabis seeds in the UK.
The main reason it is and it will probably stay that way in the foreseeable future is the signing of a treaty, following the Convention on Narcotic Drugs in 1962. This important international treaty – which as such takes precedence over national law – determines that marijuana is illegal, but not its seeds. The 180 countries (including the UK) that signed the treaty, committed themselves to a definition of narcotics that does not include cannabis seeds.
Cannabis seeds occupy a certain grey area within the law. Although it is likely that any buyer intends to germinate those seeds to ultimately produce marijuana, it cannot be proven by buying or owning cannabis seeds by itself. In fact, there are definite alternative uses for cannabis seeds, apart from producing marijuana. Being rich in proteins and amino acids, they are considered a healthy food supplement. And by themselves, the seeds have none of the effects on one’s state of mind commonly attributed to marijuana. Therefore, neither owning or trading cannabis seeds is illegal in the UK. It is that way in most of Europe.
Although there aren’t that many cannabis seeds stores in the UK you can definitely find shops that sell cannabis seeds. For example in London but also in city’s like Leicester and Newcastle. Yet most growers prefer to buy their seeds online. Especially because of the convenience, speed and discretion.
For anyone 18 years and above, the police can issue a warning for a first-time offender. The written warning will not appear on the CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) which is used by employers and won’t appear on the PNC (Police National Computer).
So how do you legally buy and sell cannabis seeds in the UK?
It is currently legal for UK residents to purchase seeds from UK seed banks. It is also legal to possess cannabis seeds of all strains, yet it is still illegal to grow your own marijuana plants from the seeds purchased.
The factors that will be considered when passing the court sentence include one’s level of involvement in the operation, the persons criminal history and the size/quantity of the cannabis they had.
The maximum imprisonment penalty for possessing a Class B drug such as cannabis is 5 years, an unlimited cash fine or both. Most times, when people are caught with cannabis seeds or a small amount of cannabis, they might not be subject to the maximum sentence for possession. Even those with repeat offences normally get short prison sentences.
Whether this weed is for personal use, or for you to sell (keep in mind that laws in the UK are very clear about the possession and distribution of marijuana. Both are ILLEGAL) is a major factor in which marijuana seed you should choose to grow. Every single strain is going to have different yields and different effects.
Here’s a trick question for you: does higher THC content mean you’re going to get higher? You might be surprised to find out that actually, that’s not the case. Generally speaking, yes THC gets you high. Having said that, there are other factors at play.
A FEW THINGS TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE PICKING A STRAIN OF IN THE UK:
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