Both CBD and THC are active chemicals or cannabinoids present in the marijuana plant and are both able to be extracted from the plant. However, each chemical has very different characteristics.
We’ve actually got some cool guides on our blog. Check out our beginners guide to choosing the best cannabis seeds and our top tips on how to store and preserve seeds here.
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CBD, or cannabidiol, is the non-psychoactive, generally considered ‘medicinal’ chemical. Strains have been developed to be very high in CBD and low in THC (less than 0.2% in some cases which isn’t actually considered ‘cannabis’) for people not looking to activate their senses. It has been reported that benefits of CBD includes pain relief, anti-seizure properties, combatting anxiety and treating sleep issues. Yet there is no current medical studies to approve CBD for such and can only be considered opinion based.
We’ve made that easy. You can shop our top ten seeds list based on our most popular seeds, browse by type – feminised or autoflowering (or both) – or alphabetically by brand. Once you dig into our filters you can get really specific and find the best seeds for your collection, from CBD levels to the best seeds for beginners.
Each seed is different and you get certain traits based on their origins and genetic profiles, for example some prefer a hotter climate and some will automatically flower. Top brands include Sensi Seeds, Zambeza Seeds, Dinafem, Big Buddha and Attitude Seeds. Recognise a few?
This highly productive, fast-growing strain yields impressively high-quality cannabis in just 60 days of flowering. Perfect for cooler climates, this easy to grow and resilient strain produces resinous buds with a plesant citrus aroma and lemon taste.
Even in the winter the temperatures rarely drop below freezing here, and in the summer, the average temperature is a balmy 18.7 degrees Celsius. It’s still pretty wet in the South East though, so a mould-resistant strain is the best choice.
Ideal for outdoor growing even in the UK, this compact hybrid is a fast grower which makes it perfect for stealth thanks to its stocky, compact size. Resilient and heavy-yielding, it covers all your bases.
Frisian Duck from Dutch Passion
Here, we’ll look at the easiest ways to find weed seeds in the London area, and we’ll also examine the best varieties to grow in the UK’s capital city.
Nevertheless, for those who are lucky enough to have an outdoor space available to them, or for those who are keen to try their hands at guerrilla growing, the good news is that the local climate lends itself fairly well to growing cannabis seeds in London.
Some of the best options include:
As any Londoner knows, the capital of the UK is densely populated and that can make it tricky to cultivate your seeds outdoors. Most people don’t even have their own balcony, let alone a nice private garden of their own, so indoor growing is often the top choice in the crowded South East.