Located in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, the Ministry of Cannabis provides marijuana seeds to legal medical growers worldwide. Ministry of Cannabis has recently introduced 5 new strains with great medical potential.
(PRWEB) March 26, 2010 -- Located in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, the Ministry of Cannabis has recently made available 5 new varieties of marijuana seeds to legal growers worldwide. Medical marijuana is already legal in fourteen states in the U.S., and according many experts will be legal for recreational use in those states, possibly nationally, in less than five years. Hundreds of different varieties of marijuana seeds and plants are available to individuals legally permitted to buy them in the U.S., and any place in the world where marijuana is legal. It's the mission of the Ministry of Cannabis to supply growers with classical strains of cannabis seeds and offer new strains as they are developed.
Entering into details, the new strains names are Early XXX, Ipot and Zensation, all of them can be successfully used as medicine, all of them are feminized. This term is probably familiar to those who currently buy marijuana for medical purposes. Cannabis is the plant; marijuana is the end product. The most desirable cannabis plants are unfertilized females -- they produce larger, riper buds with higher levels of THC and other psychoactive substances. Stronger levels means the user, under medical control, can obtain beneficial effects with a smaller dosage of the product.
To ensure that all plants in a crop are females, growers now spray immature plants with a colloidal silver solution, or feed tiny amounts of aspirin to the male plants before fertilization so that all the seeds "born" of such a union will be female. Feminized cannabis seeds can also be created in more eco-friendly ways by creating conditions in which the plant will flower for about two weeks longer than usual, until it develops tiny banana-like flowers which contain all female seeds. Female plants can also be cloned by cutting a small sprout from the root of the desired plant and setting it to grow in a rooting gel compound.
The Ministry also introduced 2 new autoflowering cannabis seeds, which blooms independently of the light cycle. Once planted, it will grow under 24-hour light until it is ready to flower. In two to three months, autoflowering seeds produce a mature plant, ready for harvest. The names of these new strains are Angelmatic and Devilmatic.
Why different strains of cannabis? The various strains have a variety of flavors when smoked or cooked and eaten, and they produce a wide range of effects. For instance, users of the "Carnival" strain report that it produces a cheerful euphoria, like being at a carnival, so it might be a good choice for those who were prescribed marijuana for depression or anxiety. If someone is using medical marijuana to control chronic pain, a good choice can be the White Widow. Other strains have good reputations for controlling nausea and vomiting, and stimulating appetite, so they might be used by AIDS patients or cancer survivors. Some strains grow better indoors and others outdoors.
Today, quality marijuana is evaluated and reviewed in the same manner as wines or coffees. The Ministry's blog, dating back to 2007, chronicles experiments with new strains. These are then taken to various European cannabis conventions, which the blog covers with special focus on how their products are received. They also cover news of legalization, police action, and famous marijuana users such as Michael Phelps. Like the rest of the website, it's available in several languages.
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