For the generations living under prohibition, there has been a strong association between beautiful, aromatic cannabis flowers and THC. In the past few years, that mental and experiential linkage has been challenged by breeding innovations and the farming of non-intoxicating varieties grown at a national scale. Farmers have used our CBD and CBG cultivars to win an astounding number of awards (>40) in the past 5 years, while broadening access to previously unavailable cannabinoids in a way never seen before. In the ultimate blind-consumption event of 2020 (Cultivation Classic), Horn Creek Hemp beat out all other varieties--including elite THC clones--to win the event's flagship "Credible Cultivar" award with our "Sour Space Candy". A new era of cannabis consciousness has been opened by these compounds and pioneering farmers. We like to think of the non-intoxicating branch of cannabinoids as "performance enhancers," in that they seem to consistently provide benefits--particularly relaxation and focus--without mental or physical impairment. Each cannabinoid has its own character and unique super-powers, all of which allow us to experience the life-enhancement possible from these flowers.
We can't wait for you to try what's next!
Our team is hard at work completing the world's first production runs of triploid, CBDV-rich cultivars in time for the 2021 planting season in North America. These boundary-breaking plants are effectively sterile, unaffected by pollen, and produce large, richly aromatic flowers that are still federally legal for total THC after drying and trimming (<0.3% total THC). Our CBDV-rich varieties contain half as much total THC as standard CBD-dominant seed or clones, making their finished products fully legal in most international markets as well. CBDV is chemically similar to CBD, but elicits unique effects (casual consumers will find that it provides calm, focused energy, coupled with muscle relaxation) and is the target of multiple pharmaceutical research commercialization efforts.
This seed release, five years and millions of dollars in R&D in the making, is very limited.
These flowers will be coveted all around the world.
Seeds will be available to order April 1. Learn more here.