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Question: 
Hello, I purchased some medicinal weed called og kush with 0.3% thc. I found a female seed and I was wondering if I plant it if it would produce low thc bud (0.3%) or normal thc bud which for og kush is around 22%?

Kannabia Seeds Company sells to its customers a product collection, a souvenir. We cannot and we shall not give growing advice since our product is not intended for this purpose.

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Kannabia Seeds Company vend à sa clientèle un produit de collection, un souvenir. Nous ne pouvons pas et nous ne devons pas donner de culture, donc notre produit n’est pas destiné à cette fin.

Kannabia accept no responsibility for any illegal use made by third parties of information published. The cultivation of cannabis for personal consumption is an activity subject to legal restrictions that vary from state to state. We recommend consultation of the legislation in force in your country of residence to avoid participation in any illegal activity.

Irene Kannabia
22/04/19

Hi,

Thank you for your query. Unfortunately, we are unable to shed light on this matter.

Kind regards,

The Kannabia Team

I AM NOT AN OSTRICH
06/07/19

In this case I doubt your seed would be female. I imagine that when growing hemp for CBD flower products that all males would be removed and possibly the seeds used for the crop originally, were feminised. So to find a seed would mean that the pollen came from a female flower that has produced some male flowers - a hermaphroditic condition. The best case scenario would be a regular seed with the chance of the plant being 50/50 male or female. However, seeds produced by self pollinated / inbred hermaphroditic flowers usually result in hermaphroditic and inferior offspring. Theoretically, the seed should produce a plant with the same genetic ability as the parents, in this case low THC and high CBD. There is however a slight chance that the pollen came from a male plant not associated with the crop of CBD hemp and therefore your seed could be of any genetic mix conceivable. You could plant it as an experiment, but far better and safer to buy some fresh seeds that you know the correct history for. Hope this helps.