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Cannabis Growing Laws in Canada

Recreational cannabis has been legalized officially in Canada, this means some provinces will allow for home growing. However, there are certain laws in place to control the production, distribution, possession, and sale of cannabis in the various provinces of Canada.Under the Cannabis Act, adults can cultivate up to 4 cannabis plants per household. This limit is not based on the number of people, so whether you live with family members or alone you are only allowed to grow four plants. Here are the recommended security and safety measures for growing cannabis in Canada.

Most Resilient Cannabis Strain in Harsh Conditions

Cannabis seeds strains are typically accessible in Canada to individuals who are age 19 and older (depending on what province you live in). Cannabis seeds come in several different classes including Super Skunk, White Widow, Durban Poison, Purple Power Bud and Big Bud to name a few. The strains are usually named after the grower or producer in order to differentiate one strain from another.

Dealing With Flowers That Hermaphrodite

Plants can hermaphrodite (hermy for short) for a variety of reasons. For example, an interrupted light cycle or extended exposure to a light leak will cause male parts to protrude from clusters of calyxes. These small male parts, which resemble miniature bananas, will release pollen if the flowers are allowed to mature. The pollen is caught by the trichomes on the pistils and a seed is formed in the calyx.

Cannabidivarin (CBDV) May Help Treat Epileptic Seizures

The medical efficacy of marijuana is derived from cannabinoids. Cannabidivarin is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid which has been found to be very effective in the treatment of epilepsy. GW Pharmaceuticals is a British pharmaceutical company that is in the process of developing a cannabis-based drug, Epidolex, to treat seizures. The Epilepsy Foundation of America has called for nationwide access to medical marijuana.