Cannabis has been used for medical purposes for thousands of years in Asia, where it was used as a palliative against certain diseases. Later, its potency as an analgesic was discovered. Today, research is ongoing and is seeking to pave the way for its final approval for medical purposes.

Big Bud seeds are a favorite of indoor cannabis growers because of their high yield, in addition to their medical use in relieving the following disorders: anxiety, anorexia, asthma, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, among others.

The cannabis plant is made up of different substances among which more than eighty cannabinoids stand out and, in greater proportion, it contains cannabidiol or CBD and THC. The most prominent substance in the area of medicine is CBD.

What is the difference between cannabinoids CBD and THC? Although THC is more abundant and more common in cannabis plants, it also has a high psychoactive effect. On the other hand, CBD does not produce that effect, but it is a powerful anti-inflammatory, prevents diabetes, and helps minimize or prevent diseases such as: alcoholism, stress, schizophrenia, epilepsy, insomnia, cardiovascular diseases, among others.

All these benefits are what have made cannabis CBD considered one of the best medicinal plants today, and although we find more often those with higher levels of THC, seeds with high concentration of cannabidiol or CBD are also coming out.

So, if you want to grow cannabis, it’s important to get seeds with CBD, either feminized or autoflowering (autoseeds). It will all depend on the space and conditions available, as well as the time to devote to the crop.

In the market, we can find thousands of varieties of autoseeds that have high CBD level, so they are an ideal seed of medical cannabis, among which stand out: Haze Auto CBD, Industrial Plant Auto CBD, the Rica Auto CBD, the Black Domina Auto CBD and Big Bud.

In a nutshell, not all cannabis seeds are medicinal, those recommended and that have been studied are those with a high level of CBD avoiding the psychoactive effects of THC.