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Elite Seeds presents its new medicinal variety Solodiol Clasica, a cannabis hybrid capable of producing up to 20% CBD (Cannabidiol) and less than 1% THC. Now to be found as feminised seeds in the Alchimiaweb online grow shop!
The breeders at Elite Seeds have spent years searching for medicinal varieties, and as a result the seed bank has offered CBD-rich strains for some time. The team is now very proud to present a plant with less than 1% THC, for users of medicinal cannabis looking for the benefits of this non-psychoactive cannabinoid.
This sturdy, easy-to-grow feminised variety will provide generous crops of dense, compact flowers with Diesel aroma that can test at up to 20% CBD in laboratory analysis.
Elite Seeds Solodiol Clasica info:
- Type: Feminized seeds
- Mostly Sativa
- Indoor flowering: 8 -9 weeks
- Outdoor harvest: Late September/Early October
- Yield: Average
- Up to 1:20 THC:CBD ratio
- THC content: less than 1%
- CBD content: Up to 20% (average 14%)
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Opinions about Solodiol Clasica and questions
Unfortunately, we still don't have such strain. There are plenty of breeders out there improving the current "CBD only" strains, so I believe we'll hopefully see a strain with such low THC percentage (and high CBD) in 2019...Until then, I guess we're limited to the known, legal hemp varieties.
I've asked Elite Seeds and they've sent me some more info about Solodiol, which you can already read in the description.
It takes around 9-10 weeks to flower indoors.
Sure, I'll write an article for our Blog. Will let you know as soon as we publish it, although it may take a few weeks.
That is a very interesting question. I did some research a few months ago and ended as confused as you're. Lots of sources with differing conclusions.
My advice is to harvest the plants at their peak of cannabinoid content, which is when you'd normally harvest it if you were looking for high THC content.
I'd harvest some parts of the plant earlier than others so you could easily find the effect you're looking for. In this way, you'll now that certain plant provides the desired effect with "x" weeks of flowering.
I'll definitely do some more research about it as soon as I can, there is a lot of confusion out there although I'm pretty sure that this issue is being thoroughly examined.