Do you want to smoke hemp seeds? Here are 3 reasons not to do it!
That’s why you shouldn’t strictly smoke cannabis seeds.
Charred cannabis seeds dating back to 3.000 BC have been found in Romania. It is a significant sign of the ancient use of inhaled marijuana, but that doesn’t mean you can smoke hemp seeds without any risk!
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Besides, smoking marijuana is a crime in the UK. Therefore, we do not recommend you of smoking shredded and possibly mixed marijuana flowers with tobacco … Indeed, not the seeds.
Are you wondering why you shouldn’t smoke cannabis seeds? Learn all the reasons in the next paragraphs.
1) In the UK cannabis seeds must be collectable only to be traded.
You must know that in the UK the sale of marijuana seeds is legal, but only and exclusively for collecting purposes. It means that you can buy collectable cannabis seeds, but you cannot use them. And we know that smoking doesn’t mean collecting, right?
Maybe you are wondering if the cultivation of marijuana seeds is allowed in our country. The answer is no! Growing cannabis is a criminal offence (i.e. punishable with prison and with a possible fine). Growing very few plants for personal use is still a crime, even if only administrative.
In any case, this is an illegal act. Besides, in the second case, there is also a risk of a fine. It can even be a rather big one, as well as the participation in a rehabilitation program in your area.
So, if you want to open your pack of auto-flowering or feminized cannabis seeds to smoke or germinate them, know that by doing this, you commit a crime. So, we warmly advise you not to.
Read also: Is buying seeds online safe? 3 tips to recognize fraudulent sites.
2) Smoking cannabis seeds? The effects are unknown.
We have already anticipated that the inhalation of burning marijuana seed smoke was (probably) a custom some thousands of years ago. Nowadays, people smoke joints made with grass and possibly adding tobacco, or inhaling marijuana flowers with a bong. Therefore, the effects of smoking cannabis seeds are unknown.
Doing so could be dangerous or, on the contrary, not giving any results (if not some problems in the lungs if I did it repeatedly). It doesn’t matter what the consequences are: smoking hemp seeds would still be a crime, as is smoking the marijuana flowers.
Also, you should think about your health: the effects can be euphoric or cause anxiety and paranoia. Besides, based on the psychological situation of those who smoke it – the impact of smoking marijuana seeds is not known and – could cause problems
And then how would you manage this situation?
3) But how do you smoke hemp seeds?
Putting this behaviour into practice could be quite complicated. The cannabis seeds collector cannot shred the seeds as they do with the tobacco leaves and marijuana flowers. Rolling them as a joint could be impossible while trying to smoke them with a bong could irreparably ruin the product (which usually not so cheap).
If, on the other hand, you are evaluating other “solutions”, for example, burning them in a container. Think about the troubles you could cause! First of all, you could get intoxicated with the smoke, and we believe you want to avoid this situation. Besides, to avoid filling your home with black smoke, you should put yourself outdoors, perhaps in the garden or on the balcony.
Imagine the reaction of your neighbours: they could alert the firefighters if they saw black smoke from your home. You don’t want to be caught red-handed while doing something illegal, do you?
Have you given up smoking cannabis seeds and are you thinking of eating them?
Know that only some hemp seeds are for food use, and must be certified in this regard. Eating these seeds is undoubtedly not a bad idea! On the contrary: hemp-based foods have a lot of advantages.
Here are some examples of the properties of hemp seeds in food:
- They are rich in protein.
- They present up to 8 essential amino acids, including Omega 6 and Omega 3, highly beneficial for our body.
- They are rich in polyunsaturated acids, which help to counteract cardiovascular and respiratory problems, keep cholesterol low, and fight dermatological issues.
- They have many vitamins and as many mineral salts, including calcium, magnesium and potassium.
Cannabis seeds make an excellent contribution in protecting the immune system, muscles and the nervous systems. However, these products must be certified and comply with the law 242/2016. Otherwise, they cannot be defined as food.
For example, our online marijuana seeds are only dedicated to be stored and collected. If brought to germination, they could give life to plants and flowers abundant in THC. It is therefore not possible to eat them (nor smoke or cultivate them, as you could read in the course of the article).
If you were thinking of smoking hemp seeds in any way, here are 3 reasons not to! >> Click here and read the article!
PSA: Don’t Smoke Those Stems
These are crazy times, so it’s not that weird that you’re looking at your bowl of weed stems and contemplating smoking them. Waste not, want not, right?
As nice as it is to reduce waste and be resourceful, smoking stems isn’t the way to go.
If stems are all you have left, then you’ve already smoked the good stuff.
Stems contain almost no THC. What little may be in there doesn’t even come close to being enough to produce a high.
The negligible amount of THC in stems isn’t worth the unpleasant effects and risk to your lungs that come with smoking.
Inhaling smoke harms your lungs. It doesn’t matter if it’s bud, seed, tobacco, or burning wood. Toxins and carcinogens (cancer-causing agents) are released from the combustion of materials, even stems. This damages your lungs and increases your risk for cancer and heart and lung diseases.
Smoke effects aside, smoking stems can cause:
- a raging headache
- a sore throat
It’ll also taste like you’re smoking wood chips.
Some people on Reddit and other forums who admit to having smoked weed stems also reported uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms, like nausea and abdominal pain.
Nope. You shouldn’t smoke those either.
Marijuana seeds aren’t going to get you high no matter how many you crush and smoke. There’s just not enough THC in the seeds to produce any effects.
Lighting them up will create a lot of snap, crackle, and pop. The acrid smoke will irritate your throat and damage your lungs like other smoke. But that’s about it.
Stems and seeds aren’t worth smoking, but that doesn’t mean they’re entirely useless. You may be able to use lingering stems and seeds. Exactly what you can do with them depends on how many you have.
If you just have a few seeds kicking around, you could plant them and try growing your own stash (if you live in an area where this is permitted, of course).
Have an abundance of stems and seeds to play with? Consider eating it.
Here are some ways to make it appetizing.
Brew some stem tea
Before getting your brew on, you’ll want to bake the stems on a baking sheet in the oven for around 45 minutes at 225°F (107°C). When done, let the stems cool, and then grind them up.
Put your ground stems in a tea diffuser and let them steep in boiling water for 10 to 15 minutes. If you don’t have a diffuser, you can steep your ground stems in a pot of boiling water and then place a coffee filter over your mug and pour so it strains your brew.
Make stem butter
Who doesn’t like butter?
Just like when making tea from weed stems, you’ll want to bake your stems in the oven at 225°F (107°C) for 45 minutes and let them cool before grinding.
Place some butter in a pan and melt over low heat. Once the butter’s completely melted, add the ground stems and let simmer for around 30 minutes, stirring often.
To strain it, cheesecloth works best. Just secure the cheesecloth over a glass jar with a rubber band, and slowly pour the butter over the cloth. Let the butter cool and — voilà — stem butter!
It might be tempting to smoke all those stems that are gathering dust in your jar, but you may want to think twice before lighting up.