From west to the east, cannabis is thriving in Canada, and the maritime province of Newfoundland and Labrador is no exception. No matter what you are looking for when it comes to quality cannabis seeds, you can find them here. High THC strains are all the rage, with some strains containing more than 30% of the psychoactive ingredient. Most dank cannabis 20 years ago didn’t go much higher than 20% TCH! The legalization of cannabis has resulted in the creation of some potent strains, but it is not just the strength that has changed the cannabis landscape. Breeders have also discovered how to produce strains that are packed with flavours. It is the terpenes that are hidden within the small brownish wonder seeds that bring the scents and tastes, and as we learn more about the properties of terpenes, even more doors to wellness open. Many users have begun to shy away from super potent cannabis strains and instead are now focusing on the flavours. The medicinal effects of cannabis have also been thoroughly studied. Clinical trials back up claims that terpenes play a role in relieving a myriad of health issues. If it wasn’t for the relaxing of outdated marijuana laws these therapeutic benefits would likely still be the world’s best-kept secret. Everyone has their own personal preference when it comes to cannabis, and it is easy to find a specific strain for whatever ails you. Some strains have the potential to stop panic attacks in their tracks while others have full-bodied aromas that can help with depression.
Opportunities for growing your own marijuana have been popping up in Newfoundland and Labrador for a long time but if you are new to the cannabis scene, you need to avoid any chance of being ripped off. Far too many seed banks are masquerading as well-known and established companies. New growers have to be careful when buying seeds online for the first time because it’s not a level playing field. One of the best ways to avoid getting snared is to communicate with other growers in your area. If you are a lone renegade farmer, it doesn’t hurt to seek out a Canadian growing forum online. You can ask all the burning questions including if anyone has experience growing seeds from the seed bank you are thinking of purchasing from. Most reputable seed banks have a long history of happy customers, who will say they have had nothing but positive experiences with the company. Reading reviews on a seed bank’s website is not always the best way to know if a site is trustworthy or not because those reviews can be misleading. Scoping out a potential seed bank’s customer service is a surefire way to find out if the company is trustworthy. The first step is to find a seed bank that offers returns for non-germinated seeds and has actual people you can speak with. Lucky for you, Weed Seeds Canada does all that and more. Our mission is to deliver top-quality seeds and customer satisfaction.
Who doesn’t love online shopping! The convenience of having your purchase delivered to your porch is priceless. When it comes to ordering seeds online, you can safely get your hands on excellent genetics. Online seed banks generally take much better care of their seeds than the imposters. Since all seeds are living organisms, they can perish if they are not taken care of properly. When you buy seeds in person, almost 100% of the time, the seeds will be out on display, under lights, and exposed to harmful environmental conditions. All of these factors can hurt the strength of the seed and can cause mutations while plants are growing. The worst-case scenario is that the seeds will be dead and will not germinate. Most in-person seed banks also won’t refund you if the seeds do not pop. The reason the seeds might not germinate is likely due to how they were stored. Storing seeds is vital to ensuring that the seeds maintain their potency. Established online seed banks will almost always keep their seeds in a temperate controlled environment. These strict storage measures help retain the strength of the seed and allow producers to receive a seed that is as strong as the day it was harvested. When you order from Pot Seeds Canada, you will almost certainly have a much better germination rate thanks to how much care was put into taking care of the seeds. Online seed banks also have a much better selection of flowers, so you can dive into your wildest green fantasies.
CBD oil is a substance made from cannabidiol. CBD is one of the numerous elements of the cannabis sativa plant, generally referred to as pot or weed. Considering its problematic origins, CBD oil lacks the characteristics that produce the adverse effects commonly linked with cannabis intake. THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is a chemical molecule of the marijuana plant that has psychoactive effects. CBD, like THC, occurs organically, however, unlike THC, CBD is not classified as a psychoactive substance because it does not impair one’s capacity to do critical jobs or everyday duties. CBD is also safe for regular users because it has no adverse effects for the majority of people. Cannabidiol works on cerebral pathways that reduce stress and overcome pain signals. By ingesting CBD, you may find relief from persistent discomfort, and a reduction in inflammation in the body caused by mental stress at the cellular level. CBD has the capacity to interact with hundreds of brain pathways without the negative side effects that many pharmaceutical medicines on the market today have. CBD works in a relatively similar way that anti-anxiety and antidepressant prescription drugs do by specifically targeting serotonergic receptor sites in the frontal lobe. Because it is plant-based and all-natural, CBD comes without the undesirable side effects of prescription medications used to treat anxiety and depression. Cannabidiol is known to have a soothing impact on the body, in addition to its capacity to interact with numerous receptors in the brain. If you want to grow the most potent and tasty CBD flowers, Weed Seeds Canada has your seeds.
Canada is the world’s leading producer of cannabis, whether it be the dank buds grown on plants or the high-quality extracts that come from them. When growing from seed, it’s important to source your seeds from a premium seed bank. If you type cannabis seeds Newfoundland and Weed Seeds Canada appears in your search you are in good hands. For terpenes that explode into your nostrils as soon as you open the bag, or gummies that will knock your friends off of their feet, you need to start with stellar genetics. Weed Seeds Canada has well over 500 different strains, each one with premium genes. You can grow supreme cannabis and have fun while you extract all the tastiest oils. If you are choosing to do an oil extraction via butane, having plants with robust genetics will be vital to getting top-notch oil that has a flavourful taste. Terpenes have been overlooked for far too long, but they are getting the spotlight now as cannabis researchers begin to unlock their applications. If you are making your own oil from your plants, you are in control. If you buy oil from a dispensary, know that some oils on the market are not full-spectrum and instead terpenes have been added after the extraction of the distillate. This can lead to an unwanted chemical taste or terpenes that are so powerful that you are unable to breathe in a good-sized toke. If you want to produce edibles and oils that will impress, it all starts with the seeds you choose, so choose Marijuana Seeds Canada.
If you put a 60-year-old pothead in a room with a 20-year-old stoner, chances are the two would speak the same language. Now that marijuana is legal, folks who have been partaking in cannabis underground for years are free to share their experiences and their passion for the flower. When you find your people, it is comfortable to ramble on about Mary Jane and all of the methods of consumption. A bong and a vapourizer have merits and determining the best cannabis accessories depends on what the end-user prefers and what their budget is. For people who might be returning to cannabis after many years of abstinence, a joint will still be their preferred method of consumption. Rolling papers have come a long way and some of the cheaper, well-known brands that were using harsh chemicals in the glue of the paper have cleaned up their act. Now there are healthier alternatives, such as rice and hemp paper, or clear papers that are made of vegetable cellulose. Vapourizers have become a massively popular way to get high and there are many different products on the market today. Portable vaporizers have quickly become one of the ultimate cannabis accessories you can purchase. They are easy to load, discrete, barely create any smell, and, in many opinions, are the pinnacle in tasting the pure cannabis flavours. If you are interested in trying out vaping, you can pick up an inexpensive 510 battery and a THC or CBD cartridge.
For smokers who like to get up early and burn a spliff while they drink their coffee, some premium sativa will go well with your ethically sourced Arabica coffee beans. Some of the most sublime cannabis is circulating around Newfoundland including Chocolope Sativa Seeds. This energetic sativa isn’t messing around, and when you have a morning puff of this potent plant, you might not even need that morning coffee. With THC being in the mid-20s, this is a strain that should be used by experienced users because it can leave even the most high-flying reefer chiefer a touch jittery. If you feel like it’s time to use the force, then Skywalker Seeds will have you living out your wildest Jedi dreams. As you puff on this strain, the cerebral effects will begin to manifest, and waves of euphoric bliss will wash over you. This strain is a cross between Masar and Blueberry, and as one would expect, the fragrance is out of this world with blasts of berry fusion as it mixes with woody undertones. It has a THC content of roughly 18%, making it a perfect all-day smoke. Some of the best cannabis strains have a long history. Skunk Feminized Seeds is a strain that has been around for years and even slipped its way into pop culture as a word to describe the smell of cannabis. This sativa has remained around for a reason, and after just one smell of the bag, you will know why.
When you want the best indica seeds in Canada, look no further than Pot Seeds Canada. Our online seed bank has resources so you can learn more about the differences between the various types of cannabis seeds and there have been some big drops this year when it comes to strains. Larry OG Feminized Seeds is one of our most requested strains. This strain is a potent cross of the famous OG Kush and SFV OG. This strain has a fantastic THC content of roughly 24% but there have been reports of it reaching 30% when grown in optimal conditions. Another strain that is on our list of highly recommended seeds is Blueberry Badazz OG Feminized Seeds. This one is hot off the press and is a cross between the ever-loved Blueberry and the beloved OG Kush. This strain is heavily indica-dominant and has THC levels of anywhere between 20%-25% making it a great strain for those who need a nighttime strain that won’t keep them up pondering the questions of the universe. The name says it all, as the main flavour will be a rich blueberry taste and aroma with slight kushy undertones. If you are looking to try something new in your garden, then make sure you eye up our Autoflowering Granddaddy Purple Seeds. Auto-flowering cannabis is the greatest invention to rock the world of weed because all you need to do is pop the seed, plant it, and let nature take its course. With Granddaddy Purps, you are bound to receive potent nugs that will calm and relax you.
You can find Newfoundland’s best THC seeds at Weed Seeds Canada. We have an ample selection of premium seeds that are sure to satisfy the needs of any gardener. If you are looking for high THC seeds, then make sure to add a few of our hard hitters to your list. Peanut Butter Breath Feminized Seeds are potent. This hybrid strain is well known for its relaxing effects. This strain has been crossbred with Do-Si-Do and Mendo Breath, which are two of the most used strains on the market today. It has a rich nutty, and wood-like terpene profile that adds to calming effects. If you are looking for something a bit more energizing, Jack Herer Cookies Feminized Seeds should be right up your alley. With this beautiful plant being a cross of the fan-favourite strain, Jack Herer, and one of the most contemporary and well-known strains, Girl Scout Cookies, you can bet your bottom dollar that it will wow veterans and newbies alike. It has upwards of 28% THC, so if you are new to smoking you might want to make sure you have a trusted friend with you. When you have such a pleasing name like our Zombie Death Fuck Feminized Seeds, you can guarantee that you will be getting messed up. This strain is a cross between OG Kush and Girl Scout Cookies and it can reach upwards of 30% THC, which will tickle the fancy of long-term users.
Newfoundland legalized marijuana in 2018 but the price of dried flowers is still on the high end. Some folks can’t afford the cost of dispensary buds and securing affordable medicine can be out of reach. Growing your own weed can secure your medicine supply and save you money in the long run. In all of Canada, adults are permitted to grow up to four plants at a time. Cultivating cannabis from seed is rich and rewarding and brings joy to many people’s lives. The act of gardening is therapeutic, and a harvest of dank buds is sure to put a smile on your face. Most marijuana plants that are grown in average conditions can produce upwards of a pound at a time which is much more than most people can smoke in a year. Not only will you be swimming in dank homegrown but it will be weed catered to your desires. Our seed bank preserves heritage seeds which means you can try out strains that you might have missed when the growing laws were not in your favour. For medical patients, this can be beneficial because strains go in and out of fashion, and some turn into unicorns. If a medical user finds a perfect strain for their symptoms, chances are it might be gone from the local shop in a few weeks, never to be seen again. Growing from seed has many advantages and if you can legally grow four plants that will bring you health and wellness, there is every reason to grow a garden of earthy delights.
When you first start growing cannabis, it can seem like a daunting task. Once you understand the ropes, though, it becomes as simple as watering your tomatoes. The first thing you have to figure out is if you are growing outdoors or indoors, and they both have their pros and cons. With outdoor setups, you will need to locate a spot that has the sun shining on it for most of the day. Having a water source is also important and it is not recommended to grow outdoors unless you have easy access to water. Some outdoor cultivators grow their plants in a marsh. You can build up the soil over the top of the marsh and plant the cannabis on top of the mound. This will let the roots of the plant get water constantly. When growing indoors, the most important aspect to consider is how much space your plants require. Plants will grow and grow, and if you have too small of a flowering room, the light will not be able to reach all of the plants. This will cause plants to underproduce as they battle each other for light. If you want to have a perpetual year-round harvest when growing indoors, you will need to have enough space for two separate rooms. Some growers utilize multiple grow tents or closets. A vegetative room and the flowering room ensures there are always plants in both the flowering stage and in the vegetative stage.
With Newfoundland being on the coast, the weather can be somewhat harsh. The best time to sprout weed seeds in N.L. is after the last frost of the year. Most growers plant in early spring after they have successfully germinated their seeds indoors. Germination is the process of sprouting the seed before planting it in the soil. To begin the germination process, cultivators will need a few sheets of paper towel, preferably an amber-coloured glass jar, and a dark space to leave the seeds in once they have completed the process. Moisten the paper towel but do not drench it and then place the seeds a few centimetres apart on the damp paper towel. Make sure to handle the seeds with care. You can use tweezers if you have them on hand because the oil in your hands might damage the seeds. Once they are in place, secure another damp paper towel and place it over top of the seeds making sure each seed is covered. Then take the paper towel and place it on a plate or into a glass jar and move the incubator into a dark space. The germination process will be complete when you notice a taproot has popped out of the seeds. It should only take a few days before you see a tail poking out of the seed. Do not forget to check on the seeds and be sure to keep a spray bottle close by just in case the paper towel dries out and it needs to be re-hydrated.
Growing cannabis on the east coast outdoors comes with challenges. Exposure to strong ocean winds can cause plants to topple over and, in extreme cases, be ripped out of the ground. While growing outdoors in N.L., it is best if you choose a spot that has a good amount of sun but isn’t exposed to harmful ocean winds. You might be able to get away with an exposed grow inland but if you are close to the ocean, make sure your garden has a good barrier. One way to combat the rough winds is to use a greenhouse. Even though your plants will be warm and cozy in a greenhouse it is important to check on how the soil is doing. Many novice growers overlook the quality of the soil and this can cause plants that are underfed. These plants will have very small buds forming, or they might not even enter the flowering phase at all. Any soil medium you choose needs to have the nutrients that the plants will need. If you give your cannabis the basic nutrients needed to grow, you don’t need to do much more. If you ensure your plants are growing in a perfect environment, you will achieve incredible results. Basic nutrients, without any special supplements, will do the trick. Growing your own in Newfoundland is rewarding and when you start with seeds from Weed Seeds, at harvest time you will reap what you sow.
As your plants reach the end of their flowering period, you will now have to figure out when the best time to harvest your plants will be. Most cultivars will chop down their plants between September to November. Many factors play a role in choosing the right time. If you want to be super scientific, you can get a jewellery magnifying glass and zoom in on the trichomes. If they have developed a deep amber haze to them, that means they have fully matured. White trichomes indicate that the plant will need a few more weeks. If you don’t have a glass on hand, touching and feeling how plump the buds are is another indicator. If the buds are pulling down the branches it might be time to chop them down. The best way to know for sure is to pay attention to your plants. Some factors out of your control will force you to crop down early. If there is a large rain storm in the forecast, you may want to harvest your plants. If there is a period of steady rain, it’s best to err on the side of caution, even if it’s a bit early to harvest your plants. A lot of rain can cause mould to form on your plants and no one wants bud rot. It is worth it to choose a particular strain that best fits your growing environment. Choosing the appropriate strain will save you some work in the long run and deciding when to chop gives you a lot of power over the final effects.
Once the deed is done and you have cropped all of your plants down, you will be left with, hopefully, buckets filled with fresh dank smelling cannabis. Even though you might want to dive into the fresh buds right away and roll up a spliff, it probably won’t burn very well. Fresh weed needs to be dried and preferably cured before you can partake in the wonderful plant you just grew. A well-cured bud will cause your plant’s terpenes to really pop, making your drying room smell even more intense than the fresh growing plants. Setting up a drying room can be as intensive as you need it to be. Most get by with hanging branches in a shed with a heater, but you can get as fancy as you want. Professional growers will have a dedicated room in their house that is temperature-controlled and has good ventilation to control the humidity. Drying your buds shouldn’t take longer than two to seven days. Once they have finished drying, you can move on to the finishing touches with curing. Curing cannabis will make the terpenes become almost alive and will make the bag appeal of the flowers on par with the licensed producers. Curing is even easier than drying. All you need are some glass jars. If you choose jars with dark glass, it will stop the light from degrading the terpene. Simply stuff your buds in the jar, and keep it closed, only opening the jar once a day to let excess moisture escape.
There are countless ways to consume cannabis nowadays, and it seems like every week, some new device comes out. The classic methods of smoking dried flower will never go out of style. Lighting up a joint or hitting a glass bong, are wonderful ways to enjoy cannabis with some friends but as we move into the future, even more methods are being revealed. New advancements in heating technology allow us to pack a bowl into a dry herb vapourizer and puff away without ever using combustion. Many people who enjoy vaping report that it is a much cleaner high because there is no harsh plant matter. If you find a vape that allows you to control the temperature, you can even minimize terpenes being burnt, allowing you to taste the full flavour of whatever flower you are smoking. Some other new inventions to check out are weed pens. These devices are incredibly handy and by far one of the easiest inhalation methods to utilize in your day-to-day life. The only thing that is required is a 510 battery. These are very inexpensive compared to the dry herb vapes, which can run into the thousands for a top-of-the-line model. There has been an explosion of different ways to ingest cannabis and consumers can now chew on a gummy, sip a beverage, or pop gel cap loaded with nature’s purest and most potent elements. Consider tinctures if you are not a fan of smoking or vaping. Healing tinctures have been around for centuries, and it was only within the last decade that they became a popular way to take THC or CBD.
When the national Cannabis Act went into force in 2018, cannabis in Newfoundland and Labrador became legal. This quaint little island is known for its rocky beaches, unique language, and fun traditions surrounding the kissing of cod, but it is slowly climbing the ranks for its cannabis-focused activities. While there are still regulations surrounding cannabis consumption in N.L. and the rest of Canada, that hasn’t stopped some crafty entrepreneurs from trying out new forms of business that are distinct to the east coast. A few weed adventures are being offered, such as going on a fishing trip while getting high. You won’t be driving the boat while you are stoned but you may land an Atlantic salmon. If you reel in a cod you should be prepared to recite a limerick, drink some screech rum, and plant a kiss on those fishy lips! This ritual has been going on for years and is one way to become an honorary Newfoundlander. The Maritime region has been somewhat reluctant to adopt a thriving cannabis culture compared to the West Coast but times are changing. If you happen to be around St. Johns, you might get lucky and catch a ganja-themed show happening at one of the bars. There might not be that much cannabis culture happening in N.L. but there have been some amazing license producers coming out of this small province. Most of these LPs produce exotic strains that are unique to Newfoundland.
Laws around cannabis in Newfoundland mirror that of the rest of Canada with a few tweaks here and there. You must be over the age of 19 to be able to purchase, consume, or carry cannabis. If you are under the legal age and get caught with weed, it will be taken away, and you will receive a fine much like you would for possessing alcohol. If you think you can get away with blazing a joint as you skip down a street, you might want to think again. Cannabis is only allowed to be consumed in private dwellings or yards attached to those dwellings. If you do need to be high while out and about, it’s probably best you stick to edibles. You cannot smoke or consume cannabis in any vehicle, even if it’s parked. There is an exception to this rule, though, and that’s if you drive an RV and it is being used as a dwelling. It must be parked at that time, though, and if you are using an RV at a campground, it will fall under the rules set by the owner of the campground. You can carry with you 30 grams of cannabis per person while out in public spaces. If you are in a car, you must store the cannabis in a sealed container away from the driver and passengers. You can grow up to four plants and have as much cannabis as you want in your own dwelling.
The current medical laws for Newfoundland have some very big differences for users. If you are using cannabis and carry a medical license for medical marijuana, you can light up wherever people would smoke tobacco or use vape products. If you are using medical cannabis and need to drive, this is where you must use your best discretion and not be impaired, much like any prescription medicine. If you are a novice driver under the age of 22, or if you drive commercially for a living, you cannot be under the influence of cannabis. Medical users will also need to purchase their cannabis from their chosen licensed producer. You can place an order with them using their website or over the phone. Medical users may also, if they wish, apply for a license to grow their own cannabis or to delegate an associate to grow it for them. It’s a little known fact but this is one reason why many grey market shops were able to operate pre-legalization. Grey market cannabis dispensaries would purchase their flower from medically licensed growers. These growers would sometimes cheat the system and bunch a large number of permits together to create massive grow ops. While this practice has all but died down in recent years, as the legal market continues to dominate the illicit cannabis industry, faint traces of it remain. As legislation became more of an option, many of these growers applied for a growing license or sold their equipment to large corporations.
The history of legalization in the province is closely tied to what is occurring federally. Cannabis was made illegal in the 1920s and remained so until 2001 when medical cannabis was first made legal. The process was long, and it was challenging to find a doctor to prescribe your medicine. As the years went on and people started to see what an incredible medicine weed can be, more and more users started to push harder for legalization. In the 2010s, many compassion clubs opened up that worked under the guise of needing to provide proof of an ailment to be able to access their cannabis. This would continue for many months all over Canada, with a few even popping up in Newfoundland. Sadly, N.L. was not as open to the idea of allowing compassion clubs, and they would be swiftly raided. This chapter of defiance against the government would carry on for many years, until 2018, when the Government of Canada decided to finally and officially legalize cannabis for recreational use. This led the government of N.L. to broker a deal with a newly formed licensed producer to be able to create a giant commercial grow operation within the province. This company opened up retail storefronts right away, while many mom and pop shops were forced to wait many months to see if they were approved. Now that legal shops are sprinkled throughout this fine maritime province Newfoundlanders can enjoy cannabis freely.