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Cheese CBD (Dinafem) feminized

Cheese CBD by Dinafem is a brilliant, CBD-rich hybrid that blends the awesome flavour of Cheese strains with potent medicinal properties. If you want a superb smoke but without the “knock out” effect of some other strains, Cheese CBD should be a top choice. Her good yields and the easiness to grow her add to the appeal of this great CBD strain.

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Dinafem – Cheese CBD: CBD Strain That Pleases with Awesome Cheese Flavour

With their Cheese CBD, bred from a select Cheese strain and a CBD-rich strain, Dinafem presents to us a wonderful CBD strain that keeps all the great traits of the original Cheese including the unique Cheese flavour and aroma. The result is a medicinal CBD strain with a nice balance of THC and CBD that isn’t just ideal for medicinal users but which can equally please even the pickiest of cannabis connoisseurs.

Dinafem’s Cheese CBD is a 50% Sativa/Indica hybrid that doesn’t require any special skills if you want to grow her. In fact, she does best if you only feed her in moderation. When you grow her indoors you can expect some good yields of up to 500g/m². Outdoors, in optimal conditions, yields can be as high as up to 1000g per plant. The plant will grow a number of symmetric branches that will have thin, long leaves. If there is one drawback with growing Cheese CBD it’s her intense aroma so you may want to make sure to have adequate air filtering in place should this be a concern. With a flowering time of 50-60 days, Cheese CBD doesn’t demand too much patience from the grower either.

What sets Cheese CBD apart from many other CBD strains is her excellent flavour profile. She shines with the aroma of Cheese blended with floral notes, which make her an excellent choice for medicinal users who want potent medicine while at the same time being able to enjoy a deeply satisfying smoke experience. Cheese CBD provides a moderately potent, yet balanced effect that hits fast and is long lasting. 8% of CBD and only 7% of THC in her smoke ensures a true “happy smoke” without any undesired effects like that from high THC strains. This is a good medicinal plant that can help with ailments such as muscle tension, anxiety or eating problems.

Dinafem’s Cheese CBD is a superb medicinal plant that is simply all-around satisfying. With her excellent taste and nicely balanced effect she is a top plant to grow if you want first-grade medicine but don’t want to accept any compromises.

Cheese CBD (Dinafem) feminized data sheet

Brand Dinafem
Genetics 50% Indica / 50% Sativa
Parents Cheese x pure CBD
Flowering Time 8-9 weeks
THC 7%
CBD 8%
CBD:THC 1.1 : 1
Yield (Indoor) 450-500 gr/m²
Yield (Outdoor) 950-1000 gr/plant
Height (Outdoor) 250cm
Available as Feminized seeds
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Sex Feminized

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Cheese CBD by Dinafem brings us the great flavour of Cheese and Skunk but with a pleasantly moderate effect, making her the ideal choice for medicinal users.

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Cheese CBD cannabis seeds by Dinafem Seeds belong to a feminised, 50% Sativa / 50% Indica marijuana strain that originates from the cross of a Cheese and a CBD-rich strain. Cheese is a Skunk-derived strain with unique flavours and aromas that cannot be missed. That’s why we have decided to create a high-CBD hybrid where all the typical Cheese traits can be found; all except for its effect, which is now a bit less mind-blowing, allowing everyone to enjoy this marvellous strain without having to worry about its strong effect.

Connoisseurs keen on clearly defined flavours and aromas will hit it right when selecting Cheese CBD. In fact, its intensely fresh and flowery fragrance has already conquered many palates and hearts. The overall balance of this innovative cannabis seed is sure to seduce cannabis-lovers willing to relax deeply and lovingly. It is also a great option for a wide range of therapeutic purposes.

Nobody should miss the chance to see Cheese CBD cannabis seeds grow and evolve into heavy-yielding cannabis plants with plenty of regular, symmetric branches covered in thin, elongated leaves. If fertilized moderately, it is sure to show its full potential. However, extreme care should be taken given its extremely strong scent. To avoid problems in this regard, it is advisable to use a top-quality anti-odour system. For medical use, better use organic farming techniques.

Cheese CBD is a cannabis plant that possesses really deep flavours and aromas, with clear hints of flowers and Cheese. The balanced effect it provides is rather long-lasting, moderately potent and brings a major boost of happiness. It is also an excellent choice for people who need to stimulate their appetite, reduce anxiety or alleviate muscle tension.

Characteristics of Cheese CBD cannabis seeds by Dinafem Seeds

Suitable for indoors and outdoors
Sex: feminized
Genotype: 50% Indica/50% Sativa
Cross: Cheese x pure CBD
Indoor flowering period: 50-60 days
Outdoor harvest: early/mid-October
Indoor yield: 500 g/m2
Outdoor yield: 1000 g/plant
Outdoor height: up to 2.50 m
THC: 7%
CBD: 8%
Ratio THC/CBD: 1:1

<p>Cheese CBD cannabis seeds by Dinafem Seeds belong to a feminised, 50% Sativa / 50% Indica marijuana strain that originates from the cross of a Cheese and a CBD-rich strain. Cheese is a Skunk-derived strain with unique flavours and aromas that cannot be


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How does cannabis affect blood pressure?

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  1. Does marijuana lower or raise blood pressure?
  2. What are the cardiovascular effects of cannabis?
  3. Weed and blood pressure medication
  4. Other effects of weed on blood pressure

Since smoking a joint can lead to a relaxing high, you might wonder about cannabis use and its effect on blood pressure. We know that weed can make your eyes red , but does it also raise or lower blood pressure, or does it not have any effect at all? If you have high blood pressure, is marijuana safe to consume?

Here we’ll address how smoking weed, including medical marijuana, could factor into your blood pressure levels.

Does marijuana lower or raise blood pressure?

To answer this question, we should focus on two of the primary cannabinoids present in cannabis : cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Both may exert an influence on blood pressure levels.

Dr. Bonni Goldstein, a medical adviser to Weedmaps and the director of Canna-Centers in Lawndale, California, outlined the potential effects of THC on blood pressure:

“THC can affect blood pressure depending on the dose, the route of administration, a person’s experience with THC, and a person’s underlying health. Healthy volunteers that took THC had an increase in heart rate and decrease in blood pressure. In studies where people used THC while lying down, they had elevated blood pressure. When they stood up, their blood pressure dropped and they experienced low blood pressure.”

These sudden drops in blood pressure, also known as white outs or green outs, may indeed be linked to cannabis use. Dr. Melanie Bone, a board-certified OB-GYN and cannabis specialist who practices in West Palm Beach, Florida, told Weedmaps that “cannabis may cause a drop in blood pressure on standing — known as postural hypotension.” This type of drop in blood pressure is not desirable, as it can cause vertigo and even fainting. So, when we talk about “lowering blood pressure,” we do not necessarily consider that effect beneficial to health.

Both THC and CBD may lower blood pressure in different ways. However, neither CBD nor THC should be considered a medical treatment for high blood pressure. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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And how does CBD affect blood pressure? The consensus is that CBD tends to relax the blood vessels and decrease anxiety, which ultimately leads to a lowering of blood pressure. This type of blood pressure reduction is more favorable, as it is associated with decreased levels of anxiety. Both THC and CBD may lower blood pressure in different ways. However, based on available research, neither CBD nor THC should be considered a medical treatment for high blood pressure.

What are the cardiovascular effects of cannabis?

Another frequently asked question about cannabis and cardiovascular health is: can weed cause a heart attack?

First, let’s again distinguish between the cannabinoids THC and CBD. For example, CBD oils containing trace levels of THC may have very different effects than smoking a high-THC strain of marijuana. Various studies have indicated that THC may have detrimental effects on cardiovascular health, whereas CBD could be helpful to the heart.

Goldstein added, “CBD does not appear to have the same risks for the heart as THC and in fact, appears to be somewhat cardioprotective.” To support this assertion, Goldstein cited a 2010 study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology in which researchers concluded that CBD has therapeutic potential in treating complications of diabetes, as well as some cardiovascular disorders. Most notably, CBD could reduce inflammation, a condition that can ultimately damage the blood vessels, arteries, and vital organs. So, if you apply CBD oil to your skin or swallow a few tablespoons, the impact could differ greatly than if you smoked a blunt.

To this point, there is some research that suggests smoking THC could directly or indirectly lead to a heart attack. One 2019 study titled “The Cardiovascular Effects of Marijuana: Are the Potential Adverse Effects Worth the High?” and published in the Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association showed that some people experienced a heart attack within an hour of smoking cannabis.

Bone, however, argued, “On careful study, many of the patients also smoked cigarettes and were obese, making it hard to draw absolute conclusions. Also, the observations were made on cannabis of unknown origin, not cannabis from a dispensary.” The fact that the cannabis did not come from a registered dispensary is significant, as there is no available lab testing to determine what other compounds may have been present.

The bottom line is that there have been studies demonstrating a questionable association between smoking weed and having a heart attack, and more research is necessary.

Weed and blood pressure medication

You might also be wondering, what if you’re smoking weed while taking blood pressure medication? Will there be an adverse reaction? If you are smoking THC-rich cannabis and taking medication for high blood pressure, the answer is that there could be.

Goldstein explained, “Smoking cannabis can be harmful for those with heart disease or hypertension since the smoke contains carbon monoxide. This gas binds to the hemoglobin in red blood cells, displacing oxygen off of the red blood cells which results in less oxygen going to the body’s tissues, including the heart. People with heart disease or high blood pressure should avoid smoking.”

Instead, Goldstein recommends other methods of cannabis use, such as sublingual tinctures or edibles, which she says are safe to use if someone is on blood pressure medication. Further, Bone stressed that people who use cannabis and are on blood pressure medications need to be mindful of the possibility of an interaction with other prescription medications. This means monitoring blood pressure and reporting any dizziness to your doctor, who can adjust your dosages accordingly.

People who use cannabis and are on blood pressure medications need to be mindful of the possibility of an interaction with other prescription medications. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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In particular, the blood thinner warfarin was shown in a 2017 study published in the journal Epilepsy & Behavior Case Reports to interact with cannabidiol (CBD) in certain epileptic individuals . In line with Bone’s advice, researchers concluded that patient lab work should be monitored closely.

While it is possible for warfarin and other medications to interact with cannabis, there are no guarantees, and the 2017 study focused on patients with epilepsy rather than on the general population. As Dr. Bone reported, “In my private practice, I have not encountered a significant negative interaction between blood pressure medication and cannabis.”

Other effects of weed on blood pressure

There may be other effects of marijuana on blood pressure that health practitioners have yet to discover. All potential effects depend on the individual’s existing health problems, especially co-morbid conditions such as diabetes and obesity.

Can people without these conditions safely indulge in marijuana? A healthy individual’s body may appear as a well-oiled machine, but Bone disputes that analogy, pointing out that, “Unlike a car, where we replace the brakes or tires, the heart never gets a vacation and the blood vessels need to keep working forever. And the nervous system, which directs the show like a conductor, is on duty 24/7.”

Moderation, then, may be key in integrating a cannabis regimen into your healthcare plan. Consult with your physician before you begin using cannabis or CBD products and discuss any medications you are currently taking.

Learn how cannabis affects blood pressure and what questions you should ask your doctor before starting a regimen.

Marijuana linked to high blood pressure risk

Research we’re watching

People who smoke marijuana may face a higher risk of dying of complications of high blood pressure than people who never use the drug, new research suggests.

The study included 1,213 people ages 20 and older who were part of a larger national health survey that began in 2005. Those who said they’d ever used marijuana (57%) were considered users. Researchers then looked at data on different causes of death in 2011 and estimated the association between marijuana use with death from high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.

They concluded that marijuana users had a higher risk of death related to high blood pressure than non-users. In addition to increasing the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure can lead to kidney disease and heart failure. However, the estimates of marijuana use may not be reliable, since the researchers don’t know if the participants used marijuana continuously after first trying it. On the flip side, people may underreport their use of illegal substances.

Still, the results suggest that the cardiovascular risks of marijuana use may be similar to smoking cigarettes. The study was published in the Aug. 9, 2017, European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.

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How To Make Edibles & Cannabutter With Only 2 Grams Of Weed

Especially beginner canna chefs can find it challenging to make edibles without using their whole stash of marijuana. Yet making a small batch of ready-to-eat cannabutter is super easy! This recipe shares simple steps on how to make cannabutter with 2 grams of weed.

Over the ages, marijuana has been used recreationally and medicinally. Getting in your THC and other healthy cannabinoids with small-batch cannabutter is ideal, since these compounds bind to fat molecules in the body. This simply means you are making it easier for your body to absorb the stuff it loves.

As little as one or two grams of weed could effectively produce 1–4 ounces of pot-enriched butter, prime for cooking.

This recipe will turn one gram of dried flowers into approximately 1–2 ounces of finished butter. Double it so two grams of dry buds produce around 2–4 ounces of butter.

How to Make Cannabutter with 2 Grams of Weed


  1. 1–2 grams of your favorite weed strain, dried and ground (one gram for 1–2 ounces of butter, two grams for 2–4). Important—decarboxylate your marijuana first! Read here for some excellent tips on this process.
  2. 3–6 ounces of butter that has a high concentration of lipids (3 ounces to get 2 ounces of finished product, 6 ounces to get around 4 ounces of butter). This is the one time to ditch low fat if you want good results!
  3. Medium saucepan
  4. Wooden spoon to stir the pot
  5. ¼ cup of filtered or distilled drinking water to add during the cooking process (if needed)
  6. 220-micron pollen extraction bag, or a 1’x1’ piece of cheesecloth for straining
  7. Medium to large bowl into which you can strain your finished mixture
  8. Mold or container in which the butter can solidify

Let’s get cookin’!


  • Place the saucepan on the range top and set the temp to medium-low. Place the amount of butter you decided upon into the saucepan to melt. Once the butter starts to melt down, add the dried, ground, and decarboxylated marijuana flowers to the now-melting butter. Gently bring the mixture to a boil, then reduce heat to a lower setting and let it simmer.
  • You may notice the butter starting to reduce at this time. Be careful not to burn the mixture. You can stir in a little bit of water at a time to help keep the temperature lower so the butter doesn’t burn but will still be hot enough to decarboxylate the weed. Allow the mixture to simmer on low while stirring frequently.
  • When using one gram of weed, allow the butter to simmer for 35–45 minutes. And allow the mixture to simmer for 60–95 minutes when using two grams of ground dried buds, keeping it in mind to stir frequently.
  • During this time, prepare the strainer. Do this simply by binding the straining cloth of choice relatively tightly over the bowl. (Alternatively, you can get someone to hold the cloth while you slowly pour your butter mixture into it. You don’t want the cloth to collapse into the bowl!)
  • After approximately 15–20 minutes of cooking, the butter should begin to take on a greenish or brownish color. Anything darker than that most likely means you’re burning the butter or the weed. Adding a bit more water to the cooking mixture can remedy the situation. But don’t add more than 2 tablespoons in order to refrain from diluting the butter.
  • Once the butter has finished cooking, slowly pour the mixture through one of the suggested strainers, using the bowl to catch the hot liquid. It’s a good idea to repeat this step. Press any remaining flowers or mixture gently through the cloth with the wooden spoon, or wring out the cloth gently, if you choose.
  • After the freshly strained butter has had a chance to cool for 4–5 minutes, you can either leave it in the bowl to chill or pour it into a mold or container of your choosing. Cover the butter with the container’s lid or with plastic film wrap, then place it in the refrigerator for a minimum of 5–6 hours—ideally overnight. The longer you chill it, the better the chance it will set up properly.

Let’s Eat!

See? How to make cannabutter with 2 grams of weed need not flummox you!

The solidified end product is now ready for consumption. You can either eat it as is, or you can use it in any recipe that calls for a small amount of butter (2 ounces of cannabutter will cover ¼ cup – 4 tablespoons – 12 teaspoons, or multiply accordingly). Another idea would be to spread the cannabutter on freshly toasted bread and add fruit preserves. [1][2]

Bonus: How to Calculate the THC Dosage for Your Small-Batch Cannabutter

For the uninitiated—tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is one compound found in marijuana that gives you the sought-after “high.” Edibles can often be much more potent than expected, so knowing how to calculate your THC when you make cannabutter from 2 grams of weed is helpful.

Jessica Catalano, author and chef for a mountain retreat cannabis tour company, advises that you should start by knowing your strains. Some contain much higher levels of THC than others.

In an interview with The Cannabist , she explains that “every 1 gram of cannabis bud has 1,000mg of dry weight. If a strain has about 10% THC, ten percent of 1,000mg would be 100mg. So for cooking or baking at home, it is safe to assume that a gram of cannabis contains at least 100mg THC….Take the amount of ground marijuana, convert it to milligrams and divide it by the recipe yield to determine a per-serving dose of THC. A starting dosage for beginners is 5 milligrams per serving.” [3]

Small-batch cannabutter can also be an ideal gift, packaged beautifully. No matter what you use it for, this is one of the great ways to ingest marijuana.

Contrary to popular belief, it's possible to make smaller batches of cannabutter out of just 2 grams of weed. Learn more about the recipe and process now.

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    1 Gram Cannabutter Recipe – How to Make Quality Marijuana Butter?

    How to Make Quality Marijuana Butter?

    1 Gram Cannabutter Recipe

    Contrary to what some say, the 1 gram cannabutter recipe is real and it works!

    A few weeks back I got my hands on some pretty potent Lemon OG Kush (read our Complete Guide to Choose The Perfect Marijuana Strain for Your Lifestyle) – 2 grams of flower to be exact. Rolling one gram up into a nice joint, I sat leisurely and well-medicated in my kitchen thinking, ‘Maybe I can make cannabutter with this other gram.’

    Me being the need-to-know-it-all that I am, made sure to do some research before whipping up this marvelous 1 gram into a cannabutter recipe. Anybody who has ever researched the small batch recipe knows that most people out there believe it’s simply not possible to turn 1 gram of cannabis into cannabutter. Well, I’m going to let you in on a little secret, all of those people are simply wrong, it IS possible, it IS easy, and it IS fantastic! Below is the recipe that I used.

    *Check this Cannabis Cooking Calculator for the perfect dose.

    3 tips to guarantee potent cannabutter

    1. Decarboxylate first
    2. Use high quality bud, preferably from a legal dispensary, if possible.
    3. Consider mixing in some CBD: H igh-THC brownies can be fun, however adding in a little CBD will make the experience more subtle and enjoyable.

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    How to Dose Homemade Cannabis Edibles

    You start with checking the THC percentage on the package. It will be impossible to determine when you got your bud from a dealer, because the “packaging” will be simply a bag of weed.

    Low-quality bud (or trim) can contain as little as 3% THC. On the other hand, top-shelf marijuana strains can average 28%.

    Total THC refers to the maximum decarboxylated THC that is presented in a product; it’s why it’s very important to decarb your bud before cooking it to get the best results out the process. Read our blog post ” How To Decarb Weed in 3 Simple Step? And Why You Should?”

    Total THC can be calculated using the following formula:

    Total THC = THC + (THCa x 0.877)

    Let’s do a quick calculation, for 1 gram that contains 20% THC and 15% THCa .

    20% THC of 1000mg of bud, that means you will have 200mg THC for every 1g of flower.

    15% THCa of 1000mg, that means you will have 150mg THCa for every 1g of flower.

    Using the formula above: Total THC = 200mg + (150mg x 0.877) = 331.55mg

    Under ideal conditions, you get a 60% efficiency of extraction in dairy butter, so 331.5mg x 0.6 = 198.93mg maximum THC likely to be extracted.

    Eventually, if you made a small batch of brownies using this one gram marijuana cannabutteer, the whole batch will have around 198.93mg THC.

    To put this number in prospective, please check out our blog piece Marijuana Edibles for the First Time, Dosage and What to Expect .


    Before I get started, keep in mind that any good recipe requires diligence, patience, and awareness of ingredient ratios. These three principles are not to be taken lightly! Nobody wants to waist their medicine and end up with burned flowers and a stinky kitchen, not to mention the frustration of not being medicated.

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    Here’s what you’re going to need:

    1-2 grams grounded of mid to top shelf flower. (FIRST and foremost, make sure to decarboxylation your Marijuana. Again, ALWAYS DECARB. Read our blog post ” How To Decarb Weed in 3 Simple Step? And Why You Should?”

    3-6 ounces of butter – Butter has a high concentration of lipids which allows THC compounds to bind easily to the fats. Make sure to use real butter and not a low fat version, in this case fats are your friends (I would suggest Land O’Lakes butter). This explains why people prefer butter over most oils. If you’d rather use oil, your best bet is either Grapeseed or coconut oil; they have a higher cooking temperature than most oil. 1 cup of either grapeseed or coconut oil is enough for the recipe.

    A spoon for stirring

    1 cheese cloth or a relatively dense paper towel, although the cheese cloth is the ideal choice. You can also use a tight wire pasta strainer but you may get plant particles in your oil. If you use a strainer, be sure that it’s metal and not plastic; learned that one the hard way.

    A bowl for pouring your strained THC infused butter

    1/4 cup of water


    Place your butter in the saucepan at medium-low heat. As the butter begins to melt, mix in your ground decarbed flowers/leaves.

    At this point, the butter may begin to reduce at an exceptionally fast rate. This is when you slowly pour in the 1/4 cup of water so that your butter doesn’t burn on you.

    Now that you have your butter, flower, and water coming to a boil, lower the heat to allow for a gentle simmer. Do not let the butter continue to boil, remove from heat and let cool for a few seconds if necessary.

    Keep in mind that our proportions are small, so to have the best marijuana butter results, timing is everything. If you are using one gram of flower, let the mixture simmer for 30 minutes with frequent stirring. If you are using 2 grams of flower, let your mixture simmer for an 1 hour-1 1/2 hours. Although I don’t know the exact science behind these ratios, I found that in my controlled environment they worked best. Please feel free to share your experiences in the comment section below.

    After the first 15 minutes, you should begin to see the hue of the butter turn from gold to a murky brown. Avoid a black or very dark brown color, this may mean that you are burning your flower and the butter itself. If this starts to happen, either reduce the heat or add no more than 2 tablespoons of water.

    Post-cooking Preparation

    Now that your cannabutter mixture is ready for straining, put your cheese cloth (recommended) or dense paper towel over a bowl. Here I would suggest either having someone hold the cloth or rubber banding the cloth to the bowl with relatively tightness so that the weight of the butter doesn’t force the cloth to cave in on the bowl.

    Slowly pour your cannabutter mixture into the bowl covered by the cloth. It warrants repeating, slowly pour your weed butter mixture into the bowl covered by the cloth! If you simply dump your mixture into the covered bowl, you may run the risk of collapsing the cloth into the bowl.

    If some of the reduced flower gets onto the cloth that’s fine, just be super delicate when wringing the cloth out so that the you don’t tear it and your flowers end up in your marijuana butter. Using a spoon or other utensil, press any leftover butter out of the plant remains to ensure that all butter gets into the bowl.

    Tip for frugal stoners

    Instead of throwing out the strained bud after straining it, keep it in a ziploc bag and put in the fridge or freezer for safe keeping. the bud may still have a little bit of THC left in it, you can still eat it and it will make you high since it’s already decarbed. It won’t take very good, again, it’s for frugal stoners, as I am.

    You can also mix it into half of a stick of butter, but this time instead of straining the bud, leave it in. It won’t be strong at all, but it works very well to make, for instance, a frosting or icing or some kind of topper on the more potent that you made with the strained bud.


    Here’s what you should have at this point:

    • An empty saucepan
    • A cheese cloth or paper towel that is drenched in butter, unless you chose to ring it out into the bowl
    • A bowl with the flowerless liquid butter mixture. Keep in mind if you used 3 ounces of butter, your reduction should measure out to 1-2 ounces of cannabutter. If you have 3-6 ounces of butter than your reduction should measure out to 2-4 ounces of cannabutter.

    The Final Touches

    Place your liquid butter in the fridge (or freezer) and let it solidify; anywhere from 4 hours to overnight (for optimal results).

    Now you should have what looks, tastes, and smells like an almost greenish-brown marijuana butter that can be used on just about anything! I prefer a nice tablespoon in my eggs and toast or even spread some on a piece of toast with cinnamon to make cinnamon toast. Whatever you decide though, the butter is yours for the cookin’ and can go into any recipe! More importantly, this isn’t a big batch recipe, leaving large bowls of cannabutter in the fridge for others to find. In fact, I would say it’s being able to make cannabutter a condiment rather than the main ingredient!

    Hopefully this 1 gram cannabutter recipe works just as well for you as it did for me! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask and I will be sure to address them ASAP.

    Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2015 and has been completely revamped and updated as needed for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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Best Hydroponic Nutrients for Cannabis?

In other words, why are some hydro nutrients better than others for growing cannabis? What kind of hydroponic nutrients need to be avoided when growing marijuana? Do you need expensive nutrients to get good results, or will cheap nutrients get the job done?

With all the different bottles of marijuana nutrients out there, how do you know which one is best for your hydroponic setup?

When it comes to choosing hydroponic nutrients for growing weed, there are a few considerations that are really important!

Best Hydroponic Nutrients

  • Made specifically for hydroponics
  • No organic matter (nutrients are provided via minerals)
  • Mineral nutrients are “chelated” (easier for plant to absorb at a greater range of pH levels)
  • Contains rich sources of micro-nutrients (to make up for what might have been found in the soil)
  • Optimum NPK ratios (more info below)

Worst Hydroponic Nutrients

  • Made specifically for soil
  • Contains a lot of organic matter (guano, worm castings, fish emulsion, blood meal, etc) – this stuff can completely mess up your reservoir and cause unexpected and unwanted bacteria/root problems. If it seems cloudy with lots of material floating in the water, don’t use it for hydro!

You can learn a lot about nutrients by looking at the label!

Optimum NPK Ratios for Hydroponic Cannabis Nutrients

N-P-K stands for Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium, which are the three most important plant nutrients. These are what the 3 numbers listed on the front of all nutrient bottles stand for (Potassium is represented by “K” because chemists use the symbol K in the periodic table for potassium).

In order to get the best results growing cannabis in hydroponics, it’s important to give the right ratio of these crucial nutrients so the plant gets what it needs at the right time. For example, if you give too much Nitrogen in the flowering/budding phase, it actually surpresses bud production and reduces your yields even if the plant is completely healthy! You don’t want that!

So what are the optimum NPK values for growing cannabis in hydro?
(N-P-K are the 3 numbers on the front of nutrient bottles)

Optimal Hydroponic Cannabis N-P-K Nutrient Ratios
Life Stage N P K
Vegetative/Grow High Medium to High High
Flowering/Bloom Low High High

Additionally, hydroponic nutrients should always include….

  • Magnesium
  • Calcium
  • Iron
  • Sulfur

Nice but not necessary micro-nutrients (contained in most water sources, but if using RO or very soft water you want these in your nutrients to prevent possible deficiencies)

  • Boron
  • Cobalt
  • Copper
  • Manganese
  • Molybdenum
  • Zinc

The main difference between NPK ratios for hydro and soil are….

  • Hydro nutrients usually contain more micro-nutrients (in trace amounts), to make up for what the plant would have been able to find in the soil
  • Hydro nutrients tend to contain higher levels of Nitrogen, which is abundant in soil but not in most water sources.
  • Hydro nutrients tend to have lower levels of Phosphorus, because Phosphorus is more “available” to the plant in a hydroponic setting. In soil, there are microorganisms (as well as clay “colloidal” particles) which can ‘steal’ some of it, and soil nutrients compensate by adding more Phosphorus.
  • Hydro nutrients rarely use organic sources of nutrients. Soil nutrients often contain organic material, which can can make it easier for bad stuff to grow in a hydroponic reservoir. Organic sources of minerals also usually need to be broken down by microorganisms before the plant can absorb them, which doesn’t happen as well in a soilless environment.
  • Hydro nutrients are often made up of chelated minerals which have been specially treated so they are easier for the plant to absorb.

What are Chelated Nutrients? Manufacturers actually “wrap” the nutrients inside an organic molecule that is less affected by pH, making it easier for the plant to absorb even if the pH is too high or too low.

When set up right with good nutrients, DWC / Hydroponics can produce some incredible yields!

Optimum pH of 5.5-6.5 Recommended DWC Nutrients & Supplements

These hydroponic nutrients systems are not just great as far as cannabis yields and quality, they won’t break the bank either! There are lots of great nutrient systems out there, but the truth is that you don’t need incredibly expensive nutrients to get incredible marijuana!

The following nutrient systems have proven to thousands of growers, big and small, that they have everything needed to produce star-quality cannabis!

General Hydroponics Flora Trio Lineup

These plants grown using just the GH Trio + Hydroguard (formally known as Aquashield)
Feel free to check out the complete grow journal (over 1 lb harvest!)

General Hydroponics Flora Duo Lineup

General Hydroponics FloraDuo (Bottle A & Bottle B) ​

Hydroguard (formally known as Aquashield) – prevents and treats root rot.

House & Garden DWC Kit Lineup

Warning: H&G Products have been difficult to find online lately

The House & Garden line-up is expensive yet remarkably effective. Aqua Flakes A + B, Roots Excelurator, Algen Extract ​

Hydroguard (formally known as Aquashield) – prevents and treats root rot. No need for extra Cal-Mag with the Aqua Flakes line as it already comes with plenty!

Botanicare KIND Hydro Lineup

This is actually the hydroponic nutrient lineup I plan to use for my next grow. Right now I’m using the General Hydroponics Flora trio (which I’ve used for more than half a decade with amazing results), but I’ve decided I want to try something new and KIND is what I’ve decided to go with. I’ve heard/seen so many great things about it and Botanicare is a great company that takes feedback from cannabis growers and is happy to answer any questions if you contact them through their website.

Botanicare KIND Trio For Hydro (Base, Grow, Bloom) ​

From a grower who wrote in: “I use the Botanicare KIND lineup – it seems to get good results, not too expensive, and works very well in hydro.” Another grower told us, “As far as favorites go, I’ve been pretty pleased with Botanicare KIND, it’s ‘pretty good’ when you follow the chart, but once you start tinkering with it based on what you see with your plants, it’ll really shine since it was developed to be played with.” Apparently a lot of growers like tinkering with this trio as another grower said, “Botanicare KIND is like the opposite spectrum [of the Botanicare Pure Blend series]. The Base is just Nitrogen and Calcium. Grow and Bloom both have most of the minerals in them, along with things like seakelp! The Bloom is also 0-6-6. Grow at 2-2-4. So quite literally you can call the shots on Nitrogen and Calcium. That level of control hasn’t been around a great deal in our market. For the savvy grower this is a pretty nice tool.”

If you think you have the best hydroponic cannabis nutrients, tell us about your results!

Ever wondered what makes hydroponic nutrients "good" or "bad" for cannabis? Learn about the different types of ingredients that go into hydroponic nutrients to learn which ones work great for marijuana, and which ones to avoid!

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Is It Possible To Use Hydroponics To Grow Organic Cannabis?

Published: October 3rd, 2019
Categories: Cannabis Cultivation

In today’s world of agriculture and horticulture, the term “organic” means different things to different people. While the term has historically implied the use of natural fertilisers and the avoidance of synthetic chemicals and pesticides, it has recently been adopted by hydroponic growers as well.

Depending on your definition, “organic hydroponic systems” can be used to grow a variety of plants, including cannabis. However, these systems are substantially more difficult to establish and maintain than non-organic systems. Despite this, the appeal of organically grown product is enough to lure many cannabis growers into the sphere of organic hydroponics.


Traditional organic farming has long used soil as the growth medium. However, in the modern era, many growers have rejected the use of soil and fertilisers as a defining characteristic of organic growing.

In most of the world, for a product to be certified as “organic”, it must be grown in soil. However, in 2017, the US Department of Agriculture decided to allow some hydroponic and aquaponic crops to be certified as organic. As such, some growers are now adopting these techniques as part of their organic farming programmes.

There are valid reasons why many organic growers have stayed away from hydroponics for so long. For starters, many organic nutrients are not fully soluble. They have a tendency to leave behind residual sediment that can build up inside hydroponic systems. These residuals can clog up the system, affecting its ability to grow robust, healthy plants.

Moreover, organic growing typically requires the use of beneficial microbes, and thick, sticky sugars. Similar to nutrients, these materials tend to leave behind deposits that clog up hydroponic systems. But even worse, having these deposits in your system could lead to the growth of living, thriving bacterial colonies. These kinds of growths can also affect the amount of oxygen available to roots, and consequently, your plants’ ability to grow.

Nevertheless, the probability of running into these problems can be minimised by sticking to organic hydroponic systems that are known to have a higher success rate (like aquaponics and bioponics).


There are several benefits to growing cannabis hydroponically. Hydroponic plants tend to develop faster and produce a higher yield than in soil. This occurs because nutrients can be transferred to plants much more easily in hydroponic systems than in soil. You can expect a hydroponic grow to be roughly 20% faster and more productive than soil-grown cannabis.

Moreover, hydroponic systems are more efficient with resources than soil-based grows. Hydro saves both space and water. Less water is used because it is distributed efficiently to your plants, instead of just being soaked up by the soil. Moreover, because hydroponic plants are usually grown in a sealed and protected chamber, they are less susceptible to threats like pests and disease.


There are several ways in which hydroponic systems can be modified to be more organic. However, the two most viable, successful, and widely accepted organic hydroponic systems are aquaponics and bioponics.


Aquaponic systems are hydroponics that utilise nutrient-rich fish excrement to feed plants. They rely on a system of recirculating tanks, with fish usually being kept in a specific tank with a biofilter. This biofilter uses oxygen and biological catalysts to break down nutrient particles into more manageable pieces.

Neglecting to use a biofilter could result in the residual buildup of nutrients, leading to systemic problems like microbes and algae. Some systems are built to sidestep this problem by using substrate beds to house the microbial population and avoid the biofilter altogether.

A healthy, well-established aquaponic system is perfectly capable of growing cannabis. However, it may take some time for the system to build itself up to the point where it is capable of supporting flowering cannabis plants. Many other successful and organically certified (in the US) hydroponic systems use substrate beds to promote growth. These systems use a mix of substrates including coco coir, high-quality compost, perlite, peat, and bark.


Bioponic systems work similarly to aquaponic ones, yet they do not require fish to produce nutrients. Instead, this system feeds fully soluble nutrients to plants by first passing them through a specially designed biofilter. This biofilter houses both the oxygen and microbial life required to quickly process complex nutrients into simpler forms. Moreover, bioponic systems do not use any kind of substrate. Instead of relying on microbial activity inside of a substrate, these systems rely on their biofilter.

Using a biofilter and avoiding a substrate provides the advantage of keeping the root area clear of insoluble nutrients and microbial activity, making it more clean and hygienic. Because of this, bioponic systems are considered to be more “pure” than other organic hydroponic systems. Additionally, bioponic systems will not take as long to prepare for growing cannabis as aquaponics.


There are several differences between organic and non-organic hydroponic systems that must be carefully considered when making the switch. Apart from using different (organic) nutrients, growers will also have to be mindful of differences in irrigation, pH maintenance, and disease control.

For starters, an organic hydroponic system will need to be irrigated a little differently. Drip irrigation is advised so as to avoid oversaturating the root zone. A plant’s root zone should be finely balanced between the requirements of the microbes and the root system. Organic systems will require a higher level of oxygenation at the root zone due to the number of local microbes in the area.

EC (electrical conductivity) and pH level maintenance are also handled differently in organic hydroponic systems. For instance, an organic grow tends to have naturally higher pH levels than non-organic hydroponics. However, because pH stabilising acids are not considered organic, pH levels are best left to stabilise on their own. Moreover, because organic nutrients don’t conduct electricity, EC measurements may not be very accurate or useful.

Pest and disease control will also have to be managed more carefully in organic grows. Like pH solutions, synthetic pesticides and fungicides are not considered suitable for organics. Instead, many organic growers rely on neem oil and beneficial insects to ward off unwanted pests. For the organic grower, close inspection of plant material, monitoring of plant health, and the use of sticky traps, screen vents, and double-door entries is crucial to protecting plants.


These systems are undoubtedly more challenging and demanding to build, and perhaps maintain, than regular hydroponic systems. As such, they can also be much more frustrating and time-consuming. However, if organically grown cannabis is your objective, then they just might be the perfect choice.

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‘The Flight Attendant’ Is an Addicting Trainwreck You Need to Watch

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Like an expert bartender mixing the perfect drink, everything about The Flight Attendant seems specifically crafted to draw you in. A drama all about a reckless, drunken flight attendant waking up with a dead body in her bed? And that drunken mess being played by Kaley Cuoco, TV’s queen of relatable messes? Yes, please. But it’s the series’ awareness about that very craziness that makes HBO Max’s new original such a triumph. The Flight Attendant knows that it’s an addictive cocktail of a show, and it never overstays its drama-riddled welcome.

Developed by Steve Yockey and executive produced by Cuoco and Greg Berlanti, the miniseries is based on the novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian. Both the series and the novel follow Cassandra Bowden, a booze-soaked heap of a person who loves to party and travel. Her life spent clubbing around the world is something she takes pride in until one morning when she wakes up in Bangkok, hungover, and laying next to the bloody corpse of her latest hookup. As Cassie flees the scene she has to figure out what really happened during her blacked out haze to clear her name — and along the way she’ll also have to question her relationship with her favorite vice, drinking.

It’s a story that’s practically made for the episodic world of television, but it’s Cuoco’s performance that truly sells the show. It was always a running joke that The Big Bang Theory‘s Penny was a messy party girl, but CBS only showed the network version of that trope. In The Flight Attendant Cuoco completely lets loose — and the result is an absolute joy to watch. Cuoco commits to Cassie’s constantly terrible ideas fully, flinging herself from cleaning up a crime scene to having a panic attack in an airplane bathroom. Every one of Cassie’s decisions is dumber than the last, yet Cuoco sells her unending desperation so well you can’t help feeling sorry for her, just as you’re screaming for her to stop.

Part of that has to do with the demons Cuoco’s performance so expertly hides. In the first moments of The Flight Attendant, Cassie’s hard drinking and constantly partying ways feel like something that can be shrugged off with a laugh. Downing a shot while serving customers at work? That’s just Cassie. Yet as she dives deeper into this murder it becomes more and more difficult to brush off Cassie’s constant need for a bottle. This woman undoubtedly has a drinking problem — yet Cuoco does an excellent job of using her charm to cover up that dark truth just enough so that you always fall under Cassie’s spell, just like everyone else in her life.

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Now more than ever we need shows that are all-consuming and addicting while also being fun and light. On every count The Flight Attendant excels. Like a night plastered at your favorite bar, it may not be the most important or essential show this year. But, god, is it a blast.

The first three episodes of The Flight Attendant premiere on HBO Max Thursday, November 26, followed by the launch of two new episodes on December 3, two episodes on December 10, and the finale episode on December 17

Wondering what the deal is with The Flight Attendant, HBO Max's new show starring Kaley Cuoco? Check out Decider's review of The Flight Attendant.

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Since 1928, Stone Seed has provided local expertise and high-performing seed products to help maximize yield potential. Learn more about our rich history in Illinois.

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In 1960, Rolland’s son, Richard, took over the business and began working with other companies to produce larger quantities of their seed. Throughout the years, Stone Seed began developing seed under their own brand. And in the 2000s, they began working with Monsanto’s American Seeds, Inc. to develop top-performing genetics and traits.

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Giggle Till Your Cheeks Hurt: 5 Best Strains to Make You Laugh

There’s nothing like coming home after a long day and taking a rip off of a bowl of one of your favorite strains to make you laugh. But even better than that is getting to just the right state of elevation, where the giggles flow out of you in fits of happiness and the worries of the day just melt away.

Today we’ve gathered the 5 best strains to give you the giggles for those times when all you need is a good cheek-splitting grin to make your day a little bit better.

5 Best Strains to Make You Laugh

High Season’s Moscato: Ideal for Hangouts with Friends

Moscato, one of our newest strains,

Mango Kush (Hybrid): Perfect for the Couch and Comedy TV

Mango Kush is a classic hybrid that lives up to its name: the mango aroma and tropical flavor of this strain will satisfy all five of your senses.

The sativa effects will hit you first, enhancing your creativity and zinging you with euphoria. You’ll be in giggle-heaven once the indica finish begins–turn on your favorite comedy TV show and all of your worries will melt away.

White Widow (Hybrid): Amazing for Laughs with Friends

White Widow, named for its famous sticky white resin, is a world-famous hybrid that is great for gatherings with good friends or family.

Its stimulating and euphoric effects are perfect for combatting stress and social anxiety, allowing you to relax and initiate creative conversations. White Widow is perfect for any group activity.

Durban Poison (Sativa): Smile Till Your Cheeks Hurt

Durban Poison is a high-THC sativa strain that will have you grinning until your cheeks are sore.

With a sweet and piney flavor, this strain is delicious and incredibly stimulating. If there are any chores to be done or errands to be completed, Durban Poison will have you grinning through every moment. Be on the lookout for Moscato, our Durban Poison and Grandaddy Purp hybrid!

Purple Kush (Indica): Turn Your Anxiety into Joy

One of the most relaxing strains out there, Purple Kush is an indica that is known as a classic for its full-body relaxation and psychedelic mind effects.

This strain will turn any anxious day into a giggly and euphoric one, allowing you to turn your worries into pure joy.

Super Lemon Haze (Sativa): Energetic Euphoria

Super Lemon Haze is a cross between Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze, easily distinguished by its intensely lemony and citrusy scent. One hit off of this tasty strain will have you puckering your mouth with glee.

This sativa is perfect for anxiety–its energetic effects will help you be productive while the euphoria it brings will erase any worries you may have. Like Durban Poison, this strain is great for a day full of time-consuming chores and errands.

Giggle Your Worries Away

Whether you need the full-body relaxation that a pure indica strain can provide or just a little bit of mental stimulation that sativas bring, High Season has you covered. From our tempting proprietary strains to our carefully curated selection of bud, you can be sure that whatever you grab from our shelves will be great. Stop by our Perris dispensary or our Adelanto dispensary to find som strains to make you laugh, reflect, or whatever else you might want to do.

We’ve gathered the 5 best strains to make you laugh, for those times when all you need is a good cheek-splitting grin to make your day a little bit better.

BC Big Bud

A cousin to the indica-dominant Big Bud cannabis strain from Amsterdam, BC Big Bud is a mostly sativa hybrid with potent cerebral effects. This fruity, citrus-smelling strain hailing from British Columbia delivers a balanced combination of indica and sativa sensations as well as relief to pain and nausea. As its name suggests, BC Big Bud plants produce colossal harvests after its 8 to 9 week flowering period that have both growers and consumers swooning.

A cousin to the indica-dominant Big Bud cannabis strain from Amsterdam, BC Big Bud is a mostly sativa hybrid with potent cerebral effects. This fruity, citrus-smelling strain hailing from British Columbia delivers a balanced combination of indica and sativa sensations as well as relief to pain and nausea. As its name suggests, BC Big Bud plants produce colossal harvests after its 8 to 9 week flowering period that have both growers and consumers swooning.

BC Big Bud is a hybrid cannabis strain.


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When to Start Using Fertilizers with Cannabis

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In this article we’re going to talk about when to start using fertilizers with cannabis. People always ask us when they should start using fertilizers on their plants, but honestly it depends on your grow method, the strain and the phase that the plant is in.

Depending on the phase your grow is in your plants are going to need certain nutrients in higher proportions; they need more Nitrogen in growth, and phosphorus and potassium for the flowering period. Cannabis plants absorb large quantities of these nutrients as well as others, so if they don’t get them through irrigation then they’ll probably end up showing deficiencies through stains on the leaves.

To start using nitrogen during the growth phase you’ll need to wait for your little plant to grow the roots out enough so that it becomes slightly stronger. It won’t need much more than some humidity to germinate and grow during the first few days, but once it begins growing aster then you’ll need to start using a growth fertilizer.

You should begin off with small dosages; if your product says 4ml/L for adult plants then you need to start off with 1ml/L, and only begin using it once the leaves on your plant have three points. Once those leaves appear you can start using your growth fertilizer in the irrigation water. Once the plant begins growing more then you should raise the dosage until you reach the maximum milliliters allowed, and always use it with every second watering.

For the rest of the grow, regardless of what products you use, you will need to use them on every second watering or else you’ll burn out the roots. If you notice the plant getting yellow then you can use fertilizers twice in a row, but if it gets a dense dark green color then you’ll need to lay off on the fertilizers for a couple of waterings.

Once the female flowers begin showing then you’ll need to begin using flowering fertilizers. Just like in the growth period, you’ll need to start off little by little until you reach the maximum milliliters stated by the fertilizer manufacturer, alternating between pure water and fertilizers.

Each brand has a different range of products, so depending on the brand you go with you’ll need to use more or less products for both growth and flowering, although in this article we’re just talking about WHEN to use them.

If you buy a product with root stimulants in it then you should use it during the first two growth weeks and for two weeks after every time you transplant. If you have a flowering stimulant then you’ll need to use it once you flip the lights to 12 until the first flowers start appearing.

If your chosen range of liquids has a fattener with a high PK you’ll need to use it during the last phase of the flowering period, the fattening period.

Author: Javier Chinesta
Translation: Ciara Murphy

Today we're going to talk about when to start using fertilizers with cannabis; depending on the phase your plant is in it will need certain nutrients.

Cannabis Nutrients: Why, How, And When To Feed Your Plants

Cannabis plants are sensitive to nutrients, and there’s a fine line between properly feeding your plants and burning them with chemicals. Find out everything you need to know about properly feeding cannabis plants in our guide!

A full rundown on why and how to feed your cannabis plants.

  • 1. Understanding cannabis macro and micronutrients
  • 2. Not all cannabis fertilisers are made equal
  • 3. Nutrient requirements for seedlings, vegging, and flowering weed plants
  • 4. How to read a feed chart: How often should I feed my weed plants?
  • 5. How to prepare cannabis nutrients
  • 6. The importance of PPM, pH, and water temperature
  • 7. Tips for better feeding
  • 8. Recognising cannabis nutrient-related problems
  • 9. Organic vs chemical fertiliser for cannabis
  • 10. Wrapping your head around cannabis nutrients
  • 1. Understanding cannabis macro and micronutrients
  • 2. Not all cannabis fertilisers are made equal
  • 3. Nutrient requirements for seedlings, vegging, and flowering weed plants
  • 4. How to read a feed chart: How often should I feed my weed plants?
  • 5. How to prepare cannabis nutrients
  • 6. The importance of PPM, pH, and water temperature
  • 7. Tips for better feeding
  • 8. Recognising cannabis nutrient-related problems
  • 9. Organic vs chemical fertiliser for cannabis
  • 10. Wrapping your head around cannabis nutrients

All the nutrients needed for cannabis plant development are naturally present in the environment. However, to help your plants develop even faster and produce a better end product, you’ll want to feed them with fertiliser—concentrated nutrients.

Below, you’ll find all the information you need to know about when, how, and how much to feed your cannabis plants.


Cannabis plants require three nutrients in large quantities. These macronutrients are nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K), and they form the cornerstone of cannabis plant health. As such, these three nutrients usually feature front and centre on fertiliser products in the form of an NPK ratio. The higher the number for each value, the higher the concentration of that particular nutrient.

However, cannabis needs more than just three nutrients to survive and thrive. It also counts on secondary nutrients like calcium, magnesium, and sulfur to play vital roles in plant growth:

  • Calcium is important for cell wall development, can help reduce soil salinity, and improves water penetration when used as a soil amendment.
  • Magnesium plays a key role in photosynthesis and carbohydrate metabolism, and also helps with the stabilisation of plant cell walls.
  • Sulfur is necessary for the formation of chlorophyll and the production of proteins, amino acids, enzymes and vitamins, and protects plants against disease.

Beyond this, plants also make use of several other nutrients in small quantities (micronutrients) that are nevertheless extremely important. These include boron, chlorine, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and zinc. While these aren’t the main nutrients plants use for food, they still play very important roles in various aspects of plant health.


There are many different brands of cannabis nutrients on the market, and they can differ considerably.

Typically, cannabis fertilisers will vary in the four following areas:

  • Nutrient ratio: Different brands use different nutrient ratios they consider optimal.
  • Ingredients: Different fertiliser brands can achieve the same nutrient ratios using completely different ingredients, ranging from the most chemical (or “artificial”) to the most natural.
  • Soil or hydro: Soil nutrients are very different from hydro or soilless nutrient solutions. Make sure you only use fertilisers designed for your growing medium.
  • Supplements: Many fertiliser brands also make “supplements”. These products typically contain low NPK ratios and instead feature other nutrients designed to boost certain aspects of growth. Some supplements, for example, are essentially molasses.

In general, we recommend you focus more on meeting your plants’ demands for macro and secondary nutrients before pumping them full of supplements. Going overboard with nutrients can result in chemical interactions or nutrient burn, which can significantly impact the size and quality of your yield.

Once you’ve nailed feeding your plants with these core nutrients, feel free to move on to a more complex feeding schedule to produce bigger, more potent harvests.

Wondering when and how to feed your cannabis plants? Click here for the ultimate guide to cannabis nutrients and how to use them to produce excellent harvests.


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Aloha strain

This is a good solid sativa overall. Probably the best smelling and tasting as well. After two 2′ bong hits; Very cerebral at first and head will space out, you’ll be easily distracted. Nice body high, energetic however, your mind drifts and is hard to focus. Not a good at work strain. I would add, mild paranoia, but last about 10 mins. after about 20 mins, body becomes really relaxed and you feel creative, focused but still maintain a cerebral high. The thing that sets this girl apart is the long lasting effects. Going on an hour and a half and I’m still feeling like I just smoked. Great strain and Sativa overall. Use on a day where you can relax and chill. #MMJindepth

Aloha is a 100% pure sativa strain whose genetics are widely unknown amongst the medical cannabis community due to secrecy of its breeders. This dank bud boasts a THC level ranging from 18-24% on average and a myriad of sativa effects. The Aloha high is often described by users as an upbeat, ener…


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Hindu Kush


Grow or smoke Hindu Kush and you’re participating in a piece of cannabis heritage since this weed is based on the strains smoked since pre-history. A western spur of the Himalayas, the Hindu Kush is the range of mountains that runs through central Afghanistan and northern Pakistan. This Indica strain forms part of the genetic package of many modern award-winning skunk-style weeds.

Hindu Kush has an almost hashlike smell and taste when you smoke it, hardly surprising since Afghani hash is extracted from this plant. The flavor also has earthy, sweet tones with a hint of spice. The high is mentally relaxing with a fairly heavy body stone. It’s a great evening smoke if you want to chill out, listen to music or watch a movie. In medical use, it can help with stress, muscular pain and insomnia.

Hindu Kush seeds produce bushy plants of shortish height, about 100 to 120 centimetres, with dark green, palmate leaves on thick stems. The buds are on the large side and become sticky with resin as they develop. THC content ranges from 15 to a powerful 20 percent.

Indoors, Hindu Kush weed grows well with the SOG method and you can expect yields of up to 400 grams per square metre. Flowering time is seven to nine weeks.

With its mountain origin, the plants are quite robust so you can grow it outdoors. As with all marijuana plants, the more sunshine it gets, the better it will do. Harvest time after a late spring planting is around the end of September.

Hindu Kush is a good all-rounder that you can grow indoors or outdoors. Its typically Indica hit is ideal for relaxing and if you like smoking hash, you’ll enjoy the taste of this weed.

Hindu Kush is a big part of marijuana history. As part of the genetics of many award winners, pick Hindu Kush seeds for a potent and hardy Indica strain.

Hindu Kush


Introduction: Hindu Kush Feminized is a short and stacked full blooded indica that is extremely potent, and not for the light hearted. A very easy to grow strain with THC levels reaching upto 20%. She has bold, earthy musky flavors with a serious pungency flowering in just 9 weeks making her a fast flowering cultivar.

Genetics: After backcrossing the original landrace seeds that were brought back from the Hindu Kush mountains to Holland, we created a lineage that expresses the best of this heavyweight indica landrace. A super sturdy and reliable strain that performs incredible well in all climates.

Strain Characteristics: She likes to stay low with short internodal spacing, with thick branching and dark green, waxy fan leaves. Hindu Kush Feminized will grow one main central cola, surrounded by short side branches that become full with fat dense buds. Thanks to her uniform and homogeneous nature, she is incredibly well suited for Sea of Green, where she is capable of yielding 400 -450 g/m² of rock hard buds in 9 weeks.

When flowering begins, this girl won’t grow much taller and will finish at a medium height, showcasing a stocky and compact profile. She is very easy to grow, requiring little maintenance making her a great choice for those new to growing Cannabis. Her aroma is a classic pungent, musky Kush that is highly aromatic with a mild spice. THC levels can hit the 20% level, making Hindu Kush Feminized best suited for those with a high tolerance to knock out indica effects.

Experiencing this strain: If you enjoy strains that lay you out in no time, then look no further than Hindu Kush Feminized. It will not take long before this full blooded indica has her grip on you, making her a favourite amongst medical patients looking for therapeutic relief. Her effects are powerful and will cause a heaviness to run through your entire body, slowly depleting you of any motivation and zapping your energy. Best suited for night times, or professional smokers only.

Her flavours can be described as musty, dank, earthy and sweet hash. A very refined taste that coats the mouth and will have you licking your lips after every pull of a joint. Medical patients may find this strain useful for treating muscle spasms, back pain, joint pain, inflammation, reducing anxiety levels, treating insomnia and any other therapeutic use.

What makes this strain so great: Experience this high vibration land race from the Himalayas, and let her take you over with her extreme potency. Ideal for small spaces, Sea of Green and medical patients across the world.

Hindu Kush Описание Introduction: Hindu Kush Feminized is a short and stacked full blooded indica that is extremely potent, and not for the light hearted. A very easy to grow strain with THC