All our descriptions and images have come direct from the breeders who operate in a legal climate much different to that within the United Kingdom. Take note, you should NEVER try cultivating any cannabis plants within ANY jurisdiction where such cultivation is illegal. Our seeds are sold purely for souvenirs and should be treated as a curio or novelty item and should never be germinated. PLEASE DO NOT BREAK THE LAW!
Sex : Feminized Type : Sativa Flowering : Photoperiod Genetics : Heirloom Sativa strain Flowering Time : Long Outdoor Harvest : Mid November Height : Tall THC Level : 25% Characteristics : Grows tall and requires longer flowering time.
Barneys Farm Dr Grinspoon is named in honor of our hero, the brilliant cannabis advocate, researcher and author Dr. Lester Grinspoon. It's genetics is a pure heirloom Sativa. The plant grows thin and tall, and needs a longer flowering time around 95-100 days. When mature, the colas look like compact, green and red-brown beads, loosely strung on thin stems with a dusting of THC crystals. The fragrance off the buds is of sumac and lemon and the smoke is light and tangy with citrus and tropical fruit aromas. Dr Grinspoon can stretch very tall indoors. You can harvest these cannabis seeds outdoors in Mid November. Dr. Grinspoon has a very high THC of 25% so it offers a strong, long-lasting, energetic and cerebral high. Old school Sativa of the highest order.
Available in 5 and 10 seeds.
All seeds displayed on Highlifeseedbank.co.uk are expressly sold with the intention that they are to be used solely for souvenir or collectors, or other lawful purpose and notwithstanding that some jurisdictions lawfully permit the cultivation of cannabis seeds. Highlifeseedbank.co.uk does not purport to give legal advice in any way whatsoever, however all users of this site should know that without a license from the Secretary of State, it is a criminal offence, at least in the United Kingdom, to cultivate any plant of the genus Cannabis by virtue of Section 6 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. This offence is punishable in the United Kingdom, in addition to an unlimited fine, with a maximum of 14 years imprisonment.