Afghani

Afghani Cannabis Seeds
  • THC: 17%
  • Regular Seeds
  • Pure Indica: 95%
  • Flowering Time: 60 days

Blue Hawaiian

Blue Hawaiian Cannabis Seeds
  • THC: 17%
  • Regular Seeds
  • Pure Sativa: 100% Sativa
  • Flowering Time: 9 - 10 weeks

Blue Widow

Blue Widow Cannabis Seeds
  • THC: 16%
  • Regular Seeds
  • Mostly Indica: 50% Indica, 50% Sativa
  • Flowering Time: 7 - 8 weeks

Chemo

Chemo Cannabis Seeds
  • THC: 19%
  • Regular Seeds
  • Pure Indica: 95%
  • Flowering Time: 60 days

Lemon Skunk

Lemon Skunk Cannabis Seeds
  • THC: 22%
  • Regular Seeds
  • Mostly Sativa: 65% Sativa, 35% Indica
  • Flowering Time: 7 - 8 weeks

Lucky Dip

  • THC: 12 - 28%
  • Mostly Feminised
  • Indica & Sativa
  • Mixed Breeders

Skunk #1

  • THC: 8.1%
  • Regular Seeds
  • Mostly Sativa: 75%
  • Flowering Time: 60 days

While there is no shortage of specialised seeds such as feminised, medical, and auto-flowering seeds, sometimes the best choice is simply the tried and true regular marijuana seeds. Because they don’t have one particular restriction they need to adhere to, regular seeds come in a broad range limited only by people’s preferences and requests. Regular seeds are acquired through regular means: the male plants disperse their pollen to fertilise the female plants, and as a result seeds are produced. What is not always regular is the genetics of the strains being cross-bred. If you are looking for a strain that is particularly useful in colder climates with shorter growing seasons, then you can buy specific type of seeds for that. If you would rather have something that is well known for being easy for beginners to grow, that’s available too. Or perhaps you want a more advanced strain that has a higher cost of effort to take care of, but ends up with a much higher yield and a product that you love. Whatever your preference is, there is probably a regular seed choice you can find. Regular, unfeminised seeds are much less likely to exhibit hermaphroditic traits, unlike feminised seeds. As long as you remove the male plants in time, you should therefore end up with a very successful sensimilla crop. Plants that come from regular seeds are generally more hardy and resilient, making them a better option for beginners. It is even helpful for expert growers who want to give a new method or environment a try. When in doubt, go for a good, well-reviewed strain of regular seeds from a reputable seed bank.