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At some point in your marijuana consumption journey, you may have purchased bud off the black market or from a street dealer who you may or may not have personally known. In those instances, it’s common for the marijuana nugs to contain seeds, which aren’t necessarily harmful, but they’re not the most medically beneficial either. Find out why seeds could be in your marijuana nugs and the effect it could have on you.
Difference Between Male, Female, and Hermaphrodite Plants
If you smoked bud before that contained marijuana seeds, you may have experienced a headache or felt worse as a result. In general, if you’re sold marijuana that contains seeds, don’t consume it because it won’t be the best experience you can get from the plant. Overall, it’s not uncommon for people to find seeds in their cannabis nugs after buying it off the black market. Heading to a dispensary is probably a better bet.
Furthermore, when the pollen that was produced from the male plant touches the white hairs on a female plant’s flower(s), it makes a seed, which shouldn’t be smoked unless you want to get a headache afterward. Unfortunately, marijuana seeds that are found on or within nugs could cause discomfort, which is the opposite of what many people use marijuana for.
Photo by: Roxana Gonzales/Shutterstock Occasionally, people hold onto the marijuana seeds they find in their nugs because they believe that they can grow their own plants from those seeds. However, oftentimes, those seeds fail to germinate, which means that they fail to sprout, as mentioned by Royal Queen Seeds. Also, if the original bud wasn’t that great from the beginning, then why would you want to reproduce that mediocre�strain?
Marijuana is the dried and ground up or shredded parts of the cannabis plant. Nearly all parts of the plant make up marijuana, including the leaves, stem, flowers, and seeds. As with other medications and procedures, marijuana use can potentially bring both positive and negative effects.
Many of marijuana’s effects are short-term, meaning that they last for only a short period. Other effects are long-term and may not show up immediately.
Often, a person will smoke marijuana to feel its effects. However, a person could also:
There is not much research into the effects of secondhand marijuana smoke. It is possible that secondhand smoke exposure may be enough to cause some of the temporary effects, as well as some of the long-term effects, in some people. More research is necessary to examine the effects of secondhand marijuana smoke.
The following article discusses some of the potential benefits and side effects that marijuana has on the body.