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.
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’re glad you asked. Cannabis seeds, otherwise known as weed seeds or marijuana seeds, are beautiful and resilient plant seeds that come in a range of genetic types of cannabis plant. In the last few decades, they have become hugely versatile and easy for beginners to master, bred by incredibly talented, award-winning brands all over the world.
How can you choose your seeds?
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.
It’s also good to know that the effects of CBD counteract the effects of THC, to a point, and there are many different combinations and percentage balances that have been created.
Over the years, they have been developed to be great options for both indica and sativa heavy strains, meaning they’re potent and fast. Like their feminised counterparts, they are also resilient and easy to maintain indoors or outdoors. For this, we can be thankful to the skilled breeders, such as Auto Seeds, Critical Mass and Royal Queen Seeds.
They are also quick and easy to grow and get rid of the hassle of dealing with male plants that would have to be cut down; you don’t have waste time looking identifying and destroying them, saving you time and money. It’s win win.
Photoperiod strains are strains that require longer periods of darkness to flower. They are light-sensitive and could have their flowering cycle distorted if they become disturbed by natural or artificial light source during their dip time. Photoperiod cannabis species such as the feminized cannabis seeds strain rely on hours of undisturbed darkness to flower, and light pollution (such as those from street lights) or interruptions in the dark cycle, even if just for a short time, are a problem and can cause the plant to revert to its vegetative phase, display hermaphroditic tendencies, produce inferior yields, or fail to flower altogether.
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What are the Best Feminized Seeds?
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While we would love to support natural breeding techniques, they do not make economic sense. Cannabis cultivators looking to maximize yield would find natural pollination or traditional breeding techniques, wasteful and not beneficial in a commercial sense.
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If you’re looking to collect pure feminised seeds for the future then buy feminized marijuana seeds at Seedsman now.
The creation and evolution of Feminized cannabis seeds have been one of the defining moments in the expansion of the cannabis market over the last few decades.
Today. Feminized seeds are bred in a way that enables them to develop and flower as female plants only. Their breeding process eliminates virtually all male chromosomes; the probability of female plants growing is 99.9%.
Wild cannabis plants are typically hermaphrodites, meaning they carry the physical traits of both sexes. This is done as an emergency response to the lack of either sex in a certain crop and also allows for self-pollination. This dioecious trait has been bred-out of most contemporary, commercialized plants, in order to manipulate the cultivation process and save time by removing the need to sex plants. Good quality feminized strains on the commercial market are all but resistant to becoming hermaphrodites, particularly if grown in proper conditions.
Because male plants can fertilise many females, the popularity of feminized seeds continues to significantly aid the future preservation of cannabis strains for generations to come.
Before feminized seeds were introduced to the market, regular seeds were the norm. These were typically made up of 50% male and 50% female seeds. This was often a source of frustration for growers who were forced to double the number of seedlings in order to ensure a satisfactory number of female plants for future cultivation.
The creation of feminized cannabis seeds meant that the inconvenience of male plants, particularly their size, was no longer a concern.