Whether you’re after the best remedy or the strongest high, you’ll need a marijuana strain high in cannabinoids. These cultivars have been bred with potency in mind, maximizing cannabinoid content to produce the most powerful effects on the body and mind.
Cannabis plants produce a wide assortment of cannabinoids; however, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the primary compound found in marijuana flowers. This psychoactive cannabinoid is responsible for delivering the “high” that cannabis is known for. THC also has been shown to provide a variety of other beneficial effects, including easing nerve pain, nausea, and glaucoma.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is another valuable cannabinoid that possesses numerous therapeutic properties. Unlike THC, CBD is non-psychoactive and does not intoxicate the user. Thanks to their potent yet clearheaded effects, high-CBD strains have become popular among medical marijuana users in recent years.
As a result of advancements in plant breeding and cultivation methods, THC levels have risen significantly over the past few decades. Some breeders, such as Fortuna Hemp, have even created strains high in other cannabinoids, including CBD and CBG.
At Greenpoint Seeds, we offer a wide selection of strains that are rich in cannabinoids. If you’re looking for the most potent cultivars on the market, shop our regular and feminized marijuana seeds today.
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2023-03-30 13:01:28 March 30, 2023
Jerry Banks says:
3 purple crunch poles and are smoking like top shelf
2023-03-30 06:00:55 March 30, 2023
Matt Jones says:
That's good but genetics not stable
2023-03-29 18:13:17 March 29, 2023
Gregory B. says:
I love getting my seeds from greenpoint seeds as all the ones I have got pooped 100 percent.
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Russell M. says:
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2023-03-27 17:10:24 March 27, 2023
First packet of seeds only 2 of 6 sprouted. Then I put the next batch in a wet paper towel and 5 of the 6 sprouted. Most of them are still small and in vegetative growth. However 1 from the first pack has begun flowering but is only about a foot high. I'm Growing them outdoors, near the equator in the Colombian mountains. So they're getting less than 10 hours of light but seem to be doing ok along side the native sativas.