Reading Time: 2 minutes Viable marijuana seeds are typically hard, dry, and brown, grey or black. They should have a glossy finish and lack any cracks or holes. Immature seeds are often light in color, soft, and can be easily crushed. A viable seed will also feel heavy for its size, indicating a healthy embryo inside.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Marijuana seeds are legal to buy and sell in many countries, including Canada and the Netherlands. However, in the U.S, legality varies by state. While it’s legal to purchase them as “adult novelty souvenirs”, germination or cultivation can be illegal. Always check local laws before purchasing or growing marijuana seeds.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Marijuana seeds do contain trace amounts of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound that gives cannabis its signature high. However, the concentration is extremely low and not enough to produce any psychoactive effects. The THC is primarily found in the plant’s flowers and to a lesser extent, leaves and stems.