CBD Hemp Flower Seeds

‘Hazey DC’
These seeds are a from a proprietary strain from Colorado. Sweet smelling strain is high in CBD but also good minors like CBG and CBN. With a terpene profile similar to AC/DC, the dense little flower buds offer a bouquet of aromas and invoke feelings of supreme relaxation.

Berry Blossom
A popular strain of CBD Flower that true to the name, smells like fresh berries. Easy to grow Berry Blossom is fairly robust plant that should do well in most growing climates of the U.S. Compact dense buds that are medium in size but sweet smelling and pleasant to smoke.


Effects & Usage:
Creates a relaxing effect on the body that leaves you calm and at ease. Perfect for unwinding after a long day or to de-stress anytime. These strains are perfect for vaping or smoking, making tea, edibles or even an herbal bath, optimal for daytime or evening usage.

Each Seed Packet contains 12 Seeds

$19.00

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Source Flower:

‘Hazey DC’:
Cannabinoids:
18% (CBD/CBDa/CBN/CBC/CBG/THC)
Strain: Proprietary (Similar to AC/DC)
State of Origin: Colorado


Berry Blossom:
Cannabinoids:
16% (CBD/CBDa/CBN/CBC/CBG/THC)
State of Origin: Oregon

Growing Notes:

Growing Hemp is similar to growing tomatoes. They both require similar full sun and regular watering. Start your seeds by selecting a few and placing them in the folds of a wet paper towel in a warm spot (not hot) to germinate. In a few days you should see tiny roots emerging which means they’re ready to place in the medium of your choice. Keep new sprouts covered for a few days using a dome. There are many resources for growing online and we’re happy to answer basic questions.

Hemp flowers are somewhat smaller than traditional cannabis flowers. Growing conditions do affect final size and cannabinoid compound amounts. These seeds are intended for personal use. If you’d like to purchase certified organic seeds in bulk for commercial cultivation, please contact us for more information. Happy growing!

LEGAL STATUS

Seeds by themselves do not contain CBD or THC. Hemp is defined by 2018 Farm bill as: “The plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”

While the plant may look and smell like regular cannabis, it’s actually a legal low-THC hemp flower. Legal per the Farm Bill of 2018 signed into law by the president in November 2018.

CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS (COA)

Commitment to quality is a top priority so every flower lot is tested by a 3rd party accredited lab prior to distribution. The certificate of analysis clearly showing the delta-9 THC and CBD levels can be viewed in the gallery above and are from the Hemp CBD Flower. Your results may vary depending on growing conditions.

BUY AND CONSUME AT YOUR OWN RISK

Please act responsibly and treat this like any cannabis product, as it looks and smells like it’s psychoactive cousin. We cannot be responsible for anyone confiscating this product, getting arrested or fined for having this legal product in your possession because of any misinterpretation between recreational cannabis and low-THC hemp. As long as it is consumed in moderation, it should not cause you to fail a drug screen, however we cannot guarantee any results.

FDA Disclaimer:

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.