As many of my readers may know, I am not a huge fan of the flavor of Trainwreck or even our amazing (rare) cutting which we call Bloodwreck.
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The dark side of cannabis force: TH Seeds’ devastatingly strong Darkstar Words & pics: Green Born Identity – G.B.I.
It has paid off for the Amsterdam-based seed company, TH Seeds, to establish outposts in other countries in recent years. TH Seeds Colorado, launched by TH founder Adam Dunn himself, can openly produce seeds for medical marijuana, thanks to the med-pot laws and the historical legalization of cannabis in that U.S. state.
Kandy Kush Forbidden sweetness: Too potent for the confectionery shop! Text & Photos: Green Born Identity – G.B.I.
Another famous Kush cross from DNA Genetics that has been available for a longer time already is Kandy Kush, a mostly indica strain (60/40 indica/sativa) consisting of OG Kush x Train Wreck (T4).
Fifteen years ago, if you had walked into a coffeeshop in Amsterdam and asked about the CBD and THC content of cannabis, the odds are you would have been greeted with a look of confusion from the person behind the counter.
4th Generation Autos A great step forward in the development of autoflowering strains Word and Pics by Jaypp
There is no doubt that we are living a very productive period in the present cannabic world when it comes to breeding new varieties. We now have strains with very attractive and striking colours, but also an extensive range of aromas and effects that turn the growing of this beautiful plant into something even more engaging and exciting.
Paradise goes CBD! A new chapter in breeding medicinal cannabis: Durga Mata II CBD & Nebula II CBD Words & Pics: Green Born Identity – G.B.I.
For a long time, worldwide scientific and medical cannabis research had almost only dealt with the exploration of the cannabinoid THC, the agent of the cannabis plant “that dreams are made of”, being mainly responsible for the psychoactive effects of the drug.
A new study, published in Drugs and Alcohol Today, has claimed that there is no increased risk for psychosis for those who only use cannabis.