Cannabis seeds appear to be everywhere online you look when researching home grow cultivation. Some states have it legal. Always follow your state and local laws , but some people have the right to grow cannabis at home and legally purchase seeds online.
DISCLAIMER: This video is for people over 21 and to help them understand and comply with very confusing and conflicting cannabis laws depending on what state they want to get their marijuana seeds online. We hope this information helps people comply with laws and access their legal cannabis safely.
We explore the hazy and grey area filled topic of online cannabis seeds to help you understand what your rights are – and why the DEA is seemingly doing nothing to stop online cannabis seed companies from offering their “souvenir” seeds that are for novelty purposes only. how to buy cannabis seeds online is kinda answered here. Either way, people find cannabis seeds for sale online anywhere they look to learn about cultivation.
Be sure to always check your state and local laws and comply with your cannabis grow, and also advocate for legislative reform at the federal level so we can have a sensible cannabis and marijuana seeds policy. We explain why cannabis seeds are often considered decriminalized because of how little they weigh – a marijuana seed only weighs about 1/50th of a gram.
As of July 1st, when Virginia joins the list – 26 states have decriminalized small amounts of cannabis. As such, we expect to see more cannabis seeds online and many websites will be offering marijuana seeds for example like this site where one can buy blueberry feminized cannabis seeds – many already are, but please always comply with your state and local laws. Read more about buying cannabis seeds by searching “buying cannabis seeds online legally” on our website
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