Weed Seeds – What are they and How Do They Work?
Weed seeds are the seeds of the cannabis plant. They are often dried and pressed into pellets called "buds" or "hairs."
The buds of the plant are what is harvested and smoked. The seeds themselves have no psychoactive effect and can be used to grow more plants.
Weeds are plants that grow where we don’t want them. They take over and choke out the other plants in a garden, lawn, or field.
Weeds are a serious problem for farmers because they compete with crops for water, nutrients, and space. They also carry disease and can reduce crop yields by up to 40%.
However, weeds can be helpful to gardeners who want to add variety to their flower beds. Some people even use them as food in salads or sandwiches!
Weed seeds are the main ingredient for growing weed. They are tiny, round and brown in colour.
The seeds can be found in many different types of cannabis plants. The most common type is the marijuana plant, which contains around 100 to 500 seeds per plant.
The main purpose of the cannabis seeds is to grow weed plants and then harvest them for their THC-rich buds.
However, they can also be used as a food additive or a medicine extract.