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Our Medical Marijuana Seeds come directly from Medical Seedbank, a breeder of world class medical seeds chosen from medical cannabis plants with the most medicinal properties.

Medica Seedbank is focused entirely on the curation and development of medical marijuana seeds with the highest medicinal value. Through years of trial and error they have produced a handful of high potency Medical Grade Cannabis Strains, Medical Seedbank only provides medical marijuana seeds with the highest medicinal value!

The right nutrients are crucial for any plant but are even more so for medical marijuana. Healthy plants offer a higher level of beneficial cannabinoids for effective medical treatment. Medical marijuana plants require the following nutrients, which can change with each stage of development.

Before purchasing marijuana seeds online, research is essential. It is wise to choose a breeder who has been around for many years and has an excellent reputation in the cannabis community.

The average growth cycle from germination to harvest typically takes between 4 and 8 months, though these numbers can slightly vary according to the strain and growing conditions. The following offers a brief description of each growth stage to give new growers a better understanding of the process of growing medical cannabis.

Where to Grow Medical Marijuana Seeds?

Generally, marijuana plants are going to follow a light schedule of 18 hours on and 6 hours off during the seedling and vegetative growth phases. Once the plants begin to flower, they need an equal mix of light and darkness, which equates to 12 hours on and 12 hours off for indoor growing.

With many breeders now breeding marijuana plants for specific CBD and THC ratios, there are more seed options than ever before. Cannabis seed cultivation must be carried out under highly controlled conditions.

Before purchasing seeds online, individuals need to map out their growing space to determine how much room their setup affords. Small spaces will likely need Indica varieties.

Potassium has many jobs, including helping with osmoregulation and the production of ATP. Without this vital nutrient, marijuana plants become lifeless and never progress in growth.

Our proven seed genetics guarantee that you are getting only the best quality at all times. And even better, is our after sales service that answers your most pressing questions and addresses your pertinent concerns. For us, this is more than a vocation, it’s a lifestyle.

Cannabis influences the Endocannabinoid system (ECS) that is present in all mammals and enables it to function optimally. The ECS’s primary function is to maintain balance in the body and bodily function. Where there is an imbalance, illness exist and to correct the anomaly, the ECS must reset that part of the body and bring it back to a state of homeostasis.

Cannabis supports the ECS in this function and has been proven to be particularly potent in helping the system to not only maintain balance, but to also provide a therapeutic intervention for common conditions.

Medical Cannabis Seeds

Looking to buy medical cannabis seeds, we have outlined a few knowledge points to help you choose the right strain for you:

Medical cannabis seeds can help for a wide range of conditions. Several researches have found good cause to conclude that cannabis is particularly potent with pain management, anxiety and depression management, post cancer treatments and treatments of symptoms arising from chronic conditions such as AIDS, treatment and management of autoimmune diseases and supporting the body in its fight against illness and imbalance.

The disparity between the two most potent cannabinoids; THC and CBD, exists only as fragmented information as just as CBD is potent so is THC. Only that, THC possesses psychotropic properties and can cause a “high” that has been described as having an adverse psychological effect in some people. Think of it as you would a drug reaction.

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) And CBD (Cannabidiol): Medical cannabis seeds contain all the cannabinoids but some are in greater parts than others. Of particular interest are the two most active cannabinoids in most medical strains; CBD and THC.