The overall consensus is that smoking marijuana seeds are not harmful to your health. If you want to know if you “can” smoke marijuana seeds, then the answer is yes, you can, but there is little to nothing to be gained from it.
Marijuana seeds contain none of the psychoactive properties of cannabis, so if getting high is your main objective, ‘option B’ may have to be deployed. Not only are marijuana seeds devoid of THC, but smoking them along with the rest of your cannabis material will create a less than ideal flavour and aroma, and may cause a bit of a scare, as seeds tend to pop and crackle suddenly when exposed to extreme heat.
When busting your bud up, take a moment to pick them out, and all should be well. That said, there’s no need to hit the panic button if the odd one sneaks past your initial scan and gets ingested.
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If you’re new to the seed game or the cannabis growing community, it’s important to have a full
understanding of just how exactly marijuana seeds work. Like any other plant the marijuana
plant starts from a seed and you can't’ get much more from a seed until you actually plant it in
soil and grow it. Think about it, does a tomato seed offer the same nutrients or taste as an
actual tomato? Of course not. The same is true of marijuana seeds.
There are a lot of questions around marijuana seeds–especially from beginners and hobby
growers. But one that continues to come up is ‘can marijuana seeds get you high.’ Well, yes and
The potency of marijuana seeds is still significantly lower than even top quality marijuana buds and about 600x less than brick weed. For someone with a low tolerance, this could work, however. Naturally for a regular smoker, there’s no effect. Although even the low tolerance smoker would have to smoke a large amount of marijuana seeds to get high. This would be not only time consuming, but an unpleasant experience.
Marijuana seeds do contain THC, however and have THC on their surface from the trichomes
coating the rest of the bud–it’s just a lesser amount of THC than the rest of the bud. Keep in
mind though that the amount of THC in or on a cannabis seed depends on the strain.
High quality buds can have an average of 10% THC.
All of this goes back to our previous mention–you really won’t get high until the plant is cultivated from top quality seeds and becomes a smokable bud. So all that to no seeds themselves (the actual seed) don’t get you medicated, but buying high quality seeds from some of the best seed banks will definitely result in getting you medicated.