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What Are Cannabis Seeds?

We’re glad you asked. Cannabis seeds, otherwise known as weed seeds or marijuana seeds, are beautiful and resilient plant seeds that come in a range of genetic types of cannabis plant. In the last few decades, they have become hugely versatile and easy for beginners to master, bred by incredibly talented, award-winning brands all over the world.

Each seed is different and you get certain traits based on their origins and genetic profiles, for example, some prefer a hotter climate and some will automatically flower. Top brands include Sensi Seeds, Zambeza Seeds, Dinafem, Big Buddha and Barneys Farm. Recognise a few?

Here, you’ll find every top brand as well as some of the equally creative little guys, meaning there’s something for everyone, even the most advanced seed specialists looking for something new.


Different Cannabis Strains

When exploring the world of cannabis seeds, we are presented with a diverse selection of different cannabis strains to choose from. Each strain offers its own unique combination of effects, flavours, and aromas, making the selection process an exciting journey for cannabis enthusiasts.

One of the first things to consider when choosing a cannabis strain is the desired effect. Some strains are known for their uplifting and energising effects, while others are more relaxing and sedating. Whether you're looking for a strain to enhance creativity and focus or to unwind after a long day, there is a strain out there for you.

Another factor to consider is the flavour profile of the strain. Cannabis can have a wide range of flavours, from earthy and woody to fruity and sweet. Some strains even have distinct flavours like citrus, berry, or mint. Exploring different flavours can add a new dimension to your cannabis experience.

Additionally, the aroma of a strain can also play a role in its appeal. Some strains have a strong and pungent smell, while others are more subtle and floral. The aroma can enhance the overall experience and contribute to the enjoyment of the strain.

Lastly, it's important to consider the cultivation requirements of the strain. Some strains are better suited for indoor cultivation, while others thrive in outdoor environments. Understanding the specific needs of the strain will help ensure successful growth and yield.


Legalities of Seeds in the UK

 

As we delve into the legalities surrounding these seeds in the UK, it is crucial to understand the regulations and restrictions governing their cultivation and possession.

Here are four key points to consider:

1. Cultivation: In the UK, it is illegal to cultivate cannabis plants without a license from the Home Office. This includes growing cannabis from cannabis seeds. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the laws regarding cultivation and ensure compliance to avoid legal consequences.

2. Possession: Possessing cannabis seeds is legal in the UK, as long as they are not germinated or grown into plants. However, it is important to note that possession with intent to supply is illegal and can result in criminal charges.

3. Purchasing: Buying cannabis seeds in the UK is legal, as long as they are for souvenir or collector purposes. It is important to purchase seeds from reputable sources, such as Ice Head Shop, that operate within the legal framework to ensure the quality and legality of the seeds.

4. Import and export: Importing or exporting cannabis seeds from the UK may be subject to restrictions and regulations imposed by both the UK and the destination country. It is essential to research and comply with the specific laws of each jurisdiction to avoid legal issues.

Understanding the legalities surrounding cannabis seeds in the UK is crucial to ensure compliance with the law. It is always recommended to seek legal advice or consult official government sources for the most up-to-date information on regulations and restrictions.

 


Choosing the Right Seeds

When it comes to choosing the right cannabis seeds, there are a few key points to consider. First, you'll want to decide between Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid strains, depending on the desired effects and characteristics. Next, you'll need to decide whether you prefer auto-flowering seeds or regular seeds, feminised or not. Each option has its own unique advantages, so it's important to do your research and choose the seeds that best align with your preferences and growing goals.


Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

When selecting cannabis seeds, we must consider whether we want to have indica, sativa, or hybrid strains. Each type offers unique characteristics and effects, allowing growers to choose the perfect match for their preferences and needs.

Indica strains are known for their relaxing and sedating effects. They typically have higher levels of CBD, which can provide relief for pain, insomnia, and anxiety. Indica plants are also shorter and bushier, making them ideal for indoor cultivation.

Sativa strains, on the other hand, are known for their uplifting and energising effects. They have higher levels of THC, which can enhance creativity, focus, and mood. Sativa plants tend to be taller and have longer flowering times, making them more suitable for outdoor growing.

Hybrid strains combine the best of both worlds, offering a balanced mix of indica and sativa characteristics. They can provide a wide range of effects, depending on the specific genetics of the hybrid.

Ultimately, the choice between indica, sativa, or hybrid strains depends on your desired effects, growing conditions, and personal preferences.


Autoflowering, Regular, Feminised or Not?

Choosing the right cannabis seeds involves considering whether to opt for auto-flowering, regular, feminised, or non-feminised varieties.

Autoflowering cannabis seeds are popular due to their ability to flower automatically, regardless of light cycles. This makes them ideal for growers who want a quicker and easier cultivation process.

Regular cannabis seeds are the traditional choice, producing both male and female plants. While they offer more genetic diversity, they require careful attention to identify and remove male plants.

Feminised cannabis seeds, on the other hand, guarantee female plants, eliminating the risk of male plants and ensuring a higher yield of flowers.

Lastly, non-feminised seeds are typically used by breeders to create their own hybrids or preserve genetic diversity.

Consider your preferences and goals when choosing the right seeds for your cannabis journey.


How to grow these seeds

In the UK, it is illegal to germinate cannabis seeds without a licence. All of our seeds are sold for collection purposes only. However, part of the joy of collecting a cannabis seed is understanding the cultivation process.

In theory, you can cultivate these seeds by providing them with optimal growing conditions. To start, it is essential to choose the right location for your cannabis plants. If you're growing indoors, set up a dedicated space with proper ventilation, temperature control, and sufficient lighting. If you prefer outdoor cultivation, select a spot with ample sunlight and protection from strong winds.

Next, prepare the soil or growing medium. Cannabis plants thrive in well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. You can also opt for hydroponic systems or soilless mediums like coco coir or perlite. Ensure that the pH level of the medium is within the ideal range for cannabis growth.

When it comes to watering, it's crucial to strike a balance. Overwatering can lead to root rot, while underwatering can cause nutrient deficiencies. Monitor the moisture levels closely and water your plants when the top layer of soil feels dry.

Feeding your cannabis plants with the right nutrients is vital for their healthy growth. Start with a balanced fertiliser during the vegetative stage and switch to a bloom-specific formula during flowering. Be mindful of nutrient ratios and avoid overfeeding, as it can lead to nutrient burn.

Finally, pay attention to light cycles. During the vegetative stage, provide your plants with 18-24 hours of light per day. As they transition into the flowering stage, reduce the light cycle to 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness to encourage bud development.


How To Find Cannabis Seeds Tailored For Your Needs


To find cannabis seeds tailored to your needs, you should carefully consider the wide range of options available to you. Here are four key factors to keep in mind when searching for the perfect seeds:

1. Product Selection: Look for a seed bank that offers a wide range of cannabis seeds. This ensures that you have access to a variety of strains and genetics, allowing you to choose the ones that best suit your preferences and desired effects. From indica to sativa, high THC to CBD-rich strains, having a diverse selection ensures that you can find the perfect match for your needs. 

 

 

2. Quality Assurance: Opt for seeds from reputable breeders known for their high-quality genetics. This ensures that you are starting with healthy, viable seeds that have the potential to grow into strong and productive plants. Look for breeders with a proven track record and positive reviews from other growers. All our seeds have come from a trusted European distributer ensuring the highest quality cannabis seeds, with a variety of strains from Barney's Farm, Royal Queen seeds and more.

3. Customer Support: A reliable seed bank should provide excellent customer support. This includes responsive and knowledgeable staff who can assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. Look for seed banks that offer multiple contact options, such as phone, email, and live chat, to ensure you can reach out for assistance whenever needed.

Feel free to chat to our experienced customer service team at 01626 903102, using our live chat in the bottom right corner or email [email protected].

 

 



Cannabis Seeds FAQs


What do cannabis seeds look like?

Cannabis seeds come in all different shapes, sizes, and colours depending on the specific strain, though generally speaking, they are small, brown, oval-shaped seeds. Colours range from light to dark brown, and can even be green or white (though this tends to be a sign that the seeds are not ripe enough).

It is impossible to tell from appearance whether the cannabis seeds are feminised seeds, autoflower seeds or regular seeds — the only way to determine this is through germination.

To identify seeds with good yield potential, look for those with a dark brown, almost black, deep colour with light-coloured patterns on the surface. 

 

Are cannabis seeds legal in the UK? 

Cannabis seeds are legal to buy, sell and trade in the UK, however, it is not currently legal to grow cannabis plants or use the seeds for germination purposes. 

It’s important to remember that laws are subject to change. Always check the most recent legal status of cannabis seeds from official government sources or legal professionals wherever you’re based. 

 

What is a cannabis seed bank?

A cannabis seed bank is a company that specialises in buying, selling, and storing cannabis seeds. Seed banks offer a wide variety of cannabis seeds sourced from different breeders and strains worldwide.

Seed banks play an important part in preserving the genetic diversity of cannabis seeds. Storing a wide variety of seeds protects different strains from extinction and allows future generations to have access to a broad gene pool.

Another key function of seed banks is to engage in breeding programmes, cross-breeding different strains to create new ones. 

 

Is it illegal to send cannabis seeds in the mail? 

It is perfectly legal to send cannabis seeds in the mail in the UK. It’s also permitted to buy, sell, and trade cannabis seeds. The important thing to remember is that it is not legal to grow cannabis in the UK without a licence. While we provide the cannabis seeds, it is your responsibility to stay within the law. 

Wherever you’re based, you must always check the law in your country before purchasing cannabis seeds.

 

Do you offer free delivery for cannabis seeds? 

Yes! We offer free 24-hour tracked and insured shipping on all orders over £35. 

If your order is less than £35, there is a standard delivery charge of £3.49 for 24-hour tracked and insured shipping. 

All orders will be posted in discreet packaging and posted through the letterbox (provided it fits) with proof of postage. 

For further information, check out our shipping guide.

 

How do I store my cannabis seeds?

When stored correctly, cannabis seeds can last for up to 10 years (an average of 4-5 years), offering excellent value for money. Storing them correctly also preserves their genetic integrity and viability for growth (though this is only applicable to countries where germination is legal). 

Cannabis seeds should be stored in a sealed container in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight. Many people choose to store their seeds in the fridge to maintain a constant temperature. If you choose to store your seeds in the fridge, it’s important to use an opaque, sealed container to protect the seeds from light and moisture. 

Seeds can also be stored in the freezer, though there is an increased chance of rupturing cells within the seeds. 

Read more about how to store and preserve cannabis seeds.

 

How long do cannabis seeds last? 

How long cannabis seeds last depends on several factors, including storage conditions, genetics and the age of the seeds. When stored properly in a cool, dark, and dry environment, cannabis seeds can last for up to 10 years, though the average is 4-5 years.

Over time, the germination rate of cannabis seeds gradually starts to decline. For best results, we recommend using the freshest seeds you can find. 

Extend the shelf life of your cannabis seeds by storing them in a refrigerator in an airtight container. This will keep them away from light and moisture, preserving their viability for a longer period.

 

Where can I buy cannabis seeds? 

Cannabis seeds can be purchased online through trusted seed shops, like ourselves here at ICE Headshop. While you cannot buy cannabis seeds from regular retail outlets, there are specific cannabis-related shops and head shops that sell seeds as part of their product range. However, you should keep in mind that all restrictions around cultivation and germination still apply.

 

How many plants can I grow with cannabis seeds for personal use in the UK?

The answer is zero. It is not currently legal to grow cannabis seeds in the UK without a licence. Cannabis seeds can be bought, sold, or traded for collector purposes or to be used as fish bait or bird seeds. Germination or cultivation of seeds is an offence.

Laws on buying and growing cannabis seeds vary between countries. You should always check the laws where you’re based before making any purchases.

 


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