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  1. Hiya, I am working toward doing my first grow. There are so many strains it is hard to know the best way to go. I really want CBD oil out of my grow so dose anyone know what strain I should try with first. The seeds site have a lot of info but none really say anything about but strains grow better in the UK. I don't want to spend money on seeds and then find that strain is known for failing in the UK. Any help would be great. I have set up my loft space, It is a large area. I see all the grow tents and I am wondering if plants are happier in tents? Thank you
  2. Early Amnesia CBD Early Amnesia CBD will be germinated in 2 weeks time. She will be in the ground by late April/early May and I am hopeful for a late September harvest, at a push, given that she is early flowering/maturing, due to the auto genetics. I have had other 'semi-autos' finish around late September/early October, so with an early start, I think the Early Amnesia CBD should finish around this time, however we will have to wait and see. Either way, I am very excited about this strain, not just because it is early finishing, but since it is also my first CBD strain/plant, so I am super excited to acquire these new and exclusive CBD beans, courtesy of Mark and the Dinafem team. OG Kush CBD auto The OG Kush CBD auto will be germinated in early May, and again, it is a strain that I am super excited about growing. As I am a recreational user, as opposed to a medical user, having such a high CBD content as well as a relatively high THC content is something that appeals very much to me and something I look forward to experiencing for the first time with these two strains. I also have a little surprise in store in regards to the growing environment for the OG Kush CBD auto. It will certainly be interesting, I can assure. The next update in this diary will come in a few weeks... Happy toking
  3. “Medicinal” version of our Sweet Afgani Delicious S1® (SWS02), now featuring high levels of Cannabidiol (CBD). This strain is the result of the cross between our appreciated and widespread elite clone of Black Domina ‘98 and a clone from the Diesel family very rich in CBD. The THC:CBD ratio of the resulting genetic from this cross stands between 1:1 and 1:3. The plants show a “different” psychoactivity, soft and gentle, adequate for cannabis users who prefer to avoid the psychoactive effects of other type of strains rich in THC. This kind of CBD-rich genetics are appropriate for the treatment of multiple illnesses given the therapeutic and medicinal properties of both CBD and THC. Among other medicinal uses, CBD has been used to reduce anxiety, convulsions, nausea and vomits, inflammation, pain, and a long etcetera of pathological conditions. This variety has a typical Indica structure, with a big central bud, multiple side branches and large production of flowers and trichomes. The aroma of this genetic is very pleasant, sweet and musky, with fresh tones of cypress and a soft background of hot spices and wood. Variety SWS60 Indica/Sativa: 60%/40% Commercial Name: S.A.D. Sweet Afgani Delicious CBD® THC:CBD Ratio: (1:1–1:3) Indoor Yield: 400-550 g/m2 Outdoor Yield: 375-600 g/plant Indoor Blooming: 8-9 weeks Outdoor Harvest: late September Buy S.A.D. Sweet Afgani Delicious CBD®
  4. Seedsman CBD Hash Plant Feminised Seeds CBD Hash Plant is a medicinal stain that is almost completely indica. It was bred in conjunction with CBD Crew and has a THC:CBDV ratio of 1:1 at 6% of each of these cannabinoids. CBD Hash Plant is a fast-flowering marijuana strain that finishes in 7 weeks indoors or during the month of September when grown outdoors in northern latitudes. Due to its indica genetics it remains a fairly short to medium plant which is very relaxing with medicinal properties thanks to the high levels of CBD. The buds are tight and dense, covered in sticky resin and with marked fruity terpenes. It has quite a sedative effect and with the added CBD boost it is helpful to treat the symptoms of arthritis, cancer treatments, fibromyalgia, inflammation, insomnia, muscle spasms, nausea, pain, Parkinson's Disease, spasticity, spinal chord injuries and Tourette's Syndrome. Characteristics BREEDER Seedsman GENETICS Hash Plant x CBD variety VARIETY Mostly Indica FLOWERING TYPE Photoperiod SEX Feminised THC CONTENT 6% CBD CONTENT 6% PLANT HEIGHT Short - Medium GROWS Indoors, Outdoors FLOWERING TIME 7 weeks HARVEST MONTH September TASTE / FLAVOUR Fruity EFFECT Couch Lock, Sedative MEDICINAL PROPERTIES Arthritis, cancer, Fibromyalgia, inflammation, insomnia, muscle spasm, nausea, pain, parkinsons, Spasticity, Spinal Cord, Tourette’s Syndrome Feel free to share your photos of this strain in this same thread https://www.seedsman.com/en/seedsman-cbd-hash-plant-feminised-seeds
  5. Does anyone have any experience with CBD hemp strains and which ones work well in the southern part of the UK? I would like to set up a plot for my dad in a garden but he's not into the THC or smoking so I want to make some oils for him to help his varied muscle and body issues . Im looking for a strain with very little or no Thc hence thinking a hemp variety would be the one . Any info would be appreciated
  6. Anybody know of any good CBD strains for our climate? obviously needs to be early and told resistant to a degree. Currently looking at dinafem haze CBD auto. Any others spring to mind or have been tried by ye lads?
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    From the album Candida

    this was the plant that clone took and happily the 'better' of the 2 imo untopped better also
  8. Govt stance on medical cannabis 'unlawful' People with chronic pain are being denied relief by an incorrect Health Ministry claim that a cannabis compound is covered by the Misuse of Drugs Act, a Nelson lawyer says. CBD can help with nausea, sleeplessness and chronic pain, advocates say. Photo: 123rf The Ministry of Health has said that cannabidiol (CBD), which is found in cannabis and hemp, is covered by the Act and has instructed Customs to seize any products containing it at the border. Nelson lawyer Sue Grey said that interpretation seemed to be based on advice from ministry officials that if reacted with acid, CBD could become a compound with the same molecular formula (an isomer) as THC - another compound found in cannabis that is psychoactive and falls under the Act. However, that was an unlawful interpretation, Ms Grey said. "That's not the test. The test is what is it [CBD] as it stands, in the form that it's in. "If it's not an isomer ... then it's outside the scope of the Misuse of Drugs Act." One of the members of the government's own advisory panel on illegal drugs, ESR scientist Keith Bedford, agreed with her interpretation, Ms Grey said. CBD is available in some US states and other countires as a food, dietary supplement and medicine. It could be used for chronic pain, insomnia and nausea, which made it helpful for people suffering from illnesses such as cancer, Ms Grey said. The ministry's current stance was especially illogical, given that Food Standards Australia and New Zealand had deemed the hemp seed - which contains CBD - safe, and recommended that hemp seed products be approved for sale in both countries, she said. It was also already scheduled as a medicine in New Zealand, as it was an active ingredient in Sativex, a cannabis spray product. She was waiting on further information the ministry was getting from its advisory panel, she said. "I say, 'Fine, I'm happy to give you a bit of time, but you've already been working on this for a long time', and people are sick - they can't keep waiting." http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/323067/govt-stance-on-medical-cannabis-'unlawful'
  9. CBD Shark Shock Day 20

    From the album Multi Strains Seedsman

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    From the album Candida

    #3 front right, #1 back left
  11. CBD Critical Mass

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    From the album Candida

    The #1 is the obvious keeper
  13. Hello to all, I was wondering how 1:1 strains work in edibles, do you get high at all? I have about 3 grams of Bubba Kush CBD and was thinking of adding it to a cookie mixture(I've made pot cookies before btw). I'd probably make around 6 cookies, one will be for my nan who said that she'd like to try an edible, but obviously I don't want her to have an intense high. Should I just throw the 3 grams in or maybe half?
  14. I see some Dutch head-shops are advertising "CBD Oil". Made from commercial hemp. Is this the same CBD as we get from our drug strains of cannabis? If so, this may be good news for folks with pain and other problems who don't want to grow, or who like high THC as well as the odd drop of CBD. Like me. I don't want high CBD Low THC weed, because I find high THC is the better analgesic ~ for me.. But I would like to experiment with CBD as a possible muscle relaxant, for those days when cramps gets a grip of my calves..
  15. Just a positive story for a change, and good points made about our endocannabinoid system too. Not the usual propaganda and scaremongering.
  16. Hi Im looking for suggestions for strains with the highest cbd content? The new cbd strains don't seem to know the percentage in them, would a standard hemp plant contain more? Cheers
  17. Fentanyl Maker Insys is Running CBD Clinical Trials Insys Therapeutics, manufacturer of the synthetic opioid medication fentanyl, made headlines recently when it donated half a million dollars to the anti-cannabis legalization effort in Arizona. Fentanyl is a potent and highly addictive pain killer helping fuel the country’s opioid epidemic and skyrocketing overdose rates. Presumably, Insys is funding anti-legalization efforts because legal cannabis represents a threat to its bottom line: medical cannabis can be an alternative to opioids for pain management, and states with medical marijuana laws are seeing lower rates of opioid abuse. In addition, there is evidence that plant cannabinoids such as cannabidiol (CBD) may be useful for treating opioid dependence. So it seems clear why a pharmaceutical company specializing in the sale of a synthetic opioid would oppose cannabis legalization. Insys is currently running a number of clinical trials investigating the use of cannabis-based therapies for a variety of ailments. If you go to ClinicalTrials.gov, a website run by the NIH, you can search through ongoing clinical trials in the U.S. based on disease, location, and who’s funding it. If you search “Insys,” a couple of things pop out: they’re running lots of trials to study fentanyl, and lots of trials to study cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in Cannabis, which we know is non-addictive and has wide-ranging therapeutic potential. Insys seems to know this as well, since they’re running CBD trials to treat everything from treatment-resistant child epilepsy to over-eating symptoms associated with Prader-Willi Syndrome (a rare genetic disorder). Search for, “Insys cannabidiol” on ClinicalTrials.gov and take a look for yourself. Insys is currently recruiting patients for a trial titled, “Characterization of the Analgesic Effect of CBD in Healthy, Normal Volunteers”. We already know that medical cannabis can be effective for treating pain, and CBD may be one of the key compounds underlying this effect. Animal studies have also told us that CBD specifically may have analgesic properties, and that it may be useful for treating addiction. So it’s no surprise that a corporation like Insys is funding the anti-legalization effort in Arizona. Legal adult-use cannabis represents a competitive threat to sales of their flagship narcotic (fentanyl) and the Cannabis-based therapies they’re trying to develop. Voters should take note of who is opposing legalization efforts in their state, and why. The case of Insys gives us yet another reason to support legalization this November. http://https://www.leafly.com/news/politics/fentanyl-maker-insys-running-cbd-clinical-trials?utm_source=FBPAGE&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=FP&linkId=29785557
  18. Seedsman test running

    From the album Multi Strains Seedsman

    #led 200w #autoflowering #lowryder2 #easyryder - 2 Liter pots Day 61 from seed #hps 600w #feminised #cbdcriticalmass #earlyskunk #cbdsharkshock #whitewidow- 6 liter pots Day 35 to 12/12 #CFL 125w #secret #strain - 1 Liter pots Day 30 waiting to harvest #automatics (led room)
  19. CBD CMass 26