What kind of THC levels will I get from your strains?
The THC levels in our strains from at least at least 20 percent to 29 percent or more, and while we aim for high THC levels we also breed for the most potent, highest quality overall experience.
There are more than 88 cannabinoids and 400 compounds that make up the cannabis plant and help create the experience and high specific to that strain.
THC is a very important one, of course, but it’s content level an incomplete indicator of the potency of a strain. We find a variance of experience that happens with our strains – some with lower THC get us higher than those with high THC.
We grow for the most potent, well-rounded and overall excellent total experience which might not necessarily correlate with the highest THC-levels. Even if it often does.
That being said, we certainly have high THC strains. Ultimate THC percentages in your final product, however, will depend on your grow methods, equipment, nutrients, experience and skill.
We at Colorado Seed Inc like to keep things as simple as possible when discussing cannabis seed genetics and growing methods, but as you can see on our website, we list our seed strains as being suitable for “beginner,” “intermediate,” and “advanced” grows. This might cause some confusion. Here’s some clarity from our Marijuana Grow Tips Q&A series. Q:… full article
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