WHY There Are Seeds In Your Bud & Can You GERMINATE THEM?

Why’s there seeds in your Cannabis nuggets? Is it a bad thing? Can you germinate them? How does this phenomenon reflect on quality of bud? Today on Lex’s world I answer these questions. The seeds in your buds are called ‘bagseeds’ and they are a symptom of either a female Cannabis plant getting pollinated or of a plant becoming a hermaphrodite (usually due to grower-induced stress), then being harvested. The seeds are perfectly safe to smoke and don’t need to be picked out; yeah, they crack & pop and whatnot…taste not great…. but no big deal. Seeds used to be common in Cannabis decades back. Having seeds in weed on its own also doesn’t NECESSARILY mean the weed is lower or higher quality. However, *sometimes* having seeds in the weed is a bad reflection on the grower because the two scenarios described above are, after all, a result of error.

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