Auto flower, feminized and fast growing collectable seeds: that’s what it means.
One of the most discussed topics in recent times in Europe is the collection of cannabis seeds. You are probably reading this article to better understand what are the rules and key elements, what the term ‘collector’s seeds’ means and whether you can buy marijuana seeds online?
Don’t worry – you’re not the only one asking questions about it! Today we want to clear up all your doubts so that, at the end of the reading, you will know what you can do and what you cannot do with collectable weed seeds.
Are you ready? Then let’s get started!
Why are we talking about “cannabis seed collection”?
The seeds that are produced by a Cannabis Seed Bank, such as the American brand BSF Seeds, are distributed almost all over the world but with precise limitations. Although the seeds do not contain the psychoactive cannabinoid THC, once germinated they can produce plants with a high tetrahydrocannabinol content.
We would also like to point out that the products on the market tend to be feminized seeds and feminized autoflower seeds, so they are more than 90% likely to produce female plants. And it is precisely the female marijuana plants that generate high THC content flowers.
As you may know, this psychotropic substance is banned in many European countries and beyond, precisely because it can alter the psyche, causing not only euphoria but also possible states of anxiety, depression and above all psychological dependence. For this reason, you can’t let the marijuana seeds you buy germinate. It would help if you treated them exclusively as collector’s seeds, unless you live in one of the few countries in the world that allows the cultivation of marijuana for personal use (mind you: we’re not talking about a hemp field, but a few seedlings).
Each country applies different penalties, for example in Italy, with a judgment issued on 19 December 2019, it was established that those who grow small amounts of marijuana for personal use only do not commit a criminal offence. What has escaped many is that, although the criminal offence has been – in this particular case – abolished, growing cannabis at home, outdoors and in greenhouses remains an administrative offence.
Besides, if you are caught growing a couple of marijuana plants, and you prove that you are only doing it for personal use… Then you’re not looking at jail time. But you risk an administrative fine, which usually involves paying a fine and reporting it to social services.
So, what can you do and what can’t you do with marijuana seeds?
Collectable weed seeds: what you can and cannot do with these products.
Are you wondering what to do with auto flower seeds, feminized seeds and fast growing weed seeds? You can undoubtedly buy them without committing any offence, and you can keep them safely in your home, collecting as many as you want. Some cannabis seeds are for food use (not the weed Seeds BSF), and you can use them to flavour salads, breakfasts or other dishes.
As for the prohibitions in most countries of the European Union and beyond, you cannot germinate cannabis seeds as you would risk committing an administrative offence or worst a criminal one.
In any case, to avoid suspecting the authorities in any way, we advise you to buy cannabis seeds online: with us at Sensoryseeds you will receive an anonymous package as we guarantee you maximum privacy! It may not be well seen by people that you leave a grow shop with marijuana seeds, and those watching may suspect you.
Now that you know what you can and cannot do according to European law don’t wait any longer: buy the best auto flower, feminized and fast growing collector’s seeds on Sensoryseeds.com now!