Compare Our Cannabis Seed Strains

Afghan Auto-Flowering 90I / 10R 18% THC Evening
Cinderella 99 70S / 30I 22% THC Daytime
American Haze 80S / 20I 20.04 THC Daytime

Can you eat cannabis?

Necessity is the mother of invention, and whoever discovered that you can infuse butter with cannabis should be awarded the “high”-est prize (pun definitely intended). When you want to take advantage of the healing properties of marijuana but don’t want to suffer from inhaling the toxic chemicals that are carried along in the smoke of burning plant material, tasty edibles are an excellent solution. Though you could pick up a cookie or piece of fudge at your local dispensary, there’s something satisfying and fulfilling about whipping up a batch of your own “special” brownies. And you can easily do that when you have a garden full of the best quality Boulder marijuana seeds, like those for sale online at Growers Choice Cannabis Seeds.

How do I make cannabutter at home?

Making cannabutter is a breeze if you start with the freshest ingredients. You’ll need:

  • 1 pound butter
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 ounce cannabis plant material

The easiest way is to combine the three ingredients in a standard stock pot and letting them simmer overnight. Once your time has elapsed, you can pour the warm mixture through a strainer or cheesecloth (to remove bulky plant material) into a glass container, seal it, and refrigerate the whole shebang until the butter and water separate. Remove the butter from the water and you’ve got a perfect brick of weed-infused butter ideal for cooking or simply spreading on a piece of toast.

Is it easy to dose cannabis edibles?

Cannabis-infused nibbles are notoriously difficult to dose, because you can never be sure exactly how much THC (or CBD, if you’re working with this medical cannabinoid) is in each bite. The rule of thumb, especially if you haven’t tried an edible before, is to take your time.


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Try a single bite and give it about an hour – it can take up to an hour and sometimes longer for weed to affect you when you ingest it as opposed to inhaling. If you are comfortable with or don’t notice anything after about an hour, feel free to try another bite. Taking it slow will mean you won’t end up experiencing the kind of trippy high that might turn you off pot for good.

Can I eat cannabis seeds?

In a city like Boulder, you’re free to do what you want with cannabis, since Colorado state law allowed the use of medical and recreational weed. Smoke it, blend it in a smoothie, and or nosh on a sweet, infused treat, but it’s not recommended to try and eat or smoke cannabis seeds. They’re reportedly bitter, but even more salient to note is that the really special cannabinoids – THC and CBD – don’t show up until after the plant has matured. Eating a cannabis seed is kind of just a waste of time.

Buy cannabis seeds in Boulder

Ready to get cooking with cannabis? Make sure to stock up on the best quality Boulder cannabis seeds by shopping online with Growers Choice Cannabis Seeds. Among our selection of top notch indica and sativa strains, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for. Pain relief? Try Northern Lights, a granddaddy strain that’s been around since the 80s. Or cheeky Jack Herer, good for an extra little boost of creativity. Each of our seeds is carefully hand picked and inspected for quality before being sealed for shipment from our facility in Canada to your Boulder address. We are so sure of our seeds, we happily offer a 90% germination guarantee.

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Boulder gardeners choose Growers Choice

Reasonably priced and efficient. Growers Choice has a good selection of seeds, and I like that they’ve taken the time to include a lot of information about each strain they carry, as well as additional learning material. I recommend this company.

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