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Herbies Updates – 11th October 2016

Herbies Updates

Herbies Updates

Herbies Updates 11th October 2016 – Back In Stock

You can see the full list of recently back in stock seeds at http://www.herbiesheadshop.com/back-in-stock-seeds

Sagarmatha Matanuska Tundra Feminised Seeds – Indica strain with rich chocolate flavours, 3 awards.

Nirvana Ice Regular Seeds – Skunk#1 x White Widow x Northern Lights x Shiva, medicinal properties include stress, depression and pain

CBD Crew CBD Mango Haze Feminised Seeds – 80% Sativa, CBD content of 8-10%

00 Seeds Northern Lights Feminised Seeds – Indica strain with high CBD and THC, short flowering cycle.

Genofarm Medicritical Feminised Seeds – Very high THC and CBD, Sweet and fruity strain

710 Cheddar Feminised Seeds – From Old School UK Skunk x Afghani genetics, mostly indica with a high 10-15% THC

710 Genetics AK 107 Feminised Seeds – Skunk flavurs, calming, pain and stress reliever

710 Genetics Fruity Widow Feminised Seeds – THC of 15-20%, Indica dominant mix of Blueberry and White Widow

710 Genetics Lemon AID Feminised Seeds – Lemon, diesel flavours and aromas, high CBD from SuperCBDx genetics

710 Genetics Lemon and Lime Feminised Seeds – Lemon Diesel and Sour Lemon OG combo with stimulating effects.

710 Genetics Lemon Candy Feminised Seeds – Lemon Diesel and White Candy genetics, fresh and unique flavours

710 Genetics Lemon Pineapple Feminised Seeds – Lemon Diesel and Pineapple parents, Sativa dominant, hard and fast hitting.

710 Genetics Lemonheads Feminised Seeds – Lemon Diesel and 710 Cheese mix for this heavy hitting indica/sativa.

710 Genetics Majestic Lemon Feminised Seeds – Lemon Diesel x Queen Mother, Sativa dominant, intesely fruity.

710 Genetics Solace Feminised Seeds – Sativa dominant, Skunk x Elite Clone x Haze, 18-21% THC

710 Genetics Sweet Stilton Feminised Seeds – Bubblegum genetics, indica dominant.

7 Dwarfs Massive Mix Autos – An auto strain for every day of the week!

Lowryder #2 Autoflowering Seeds – 6 week flowering, soaring high, medicinal properties

Mosca Cinderella 99 BX-1 Seeds – Regular, indica dominant, IC420 Growers Cup winner

Mosca Old Time Moonshine – Indica dominant, strong body effects

Female Blueberry Cheesecake Feminised Seeds – Cheese x Blueberry hybrid. Powerful stone.

Dutch Passion AutoUltimate Feminised Seeds – The auto version of Dutch Passions The Ultimate.


New Seed Added – you can see the full list at http://www.herbiesheadshop.com/new-seeds

Nirvana Lemon OG Haze

Nirvana Lemon OG Haze

Nirvana Lemon OG Haze Feminised Seeds – 70% Sativa, Energetic, head trip effects, 10-12 week flowering.


Herbies Updates 23 September 2016

Herbies Updates

Herbies Updates

Herbies Updates this week (23rd September 2016)

Back In Stock This Week (you can see a full list of recently back in stock here)

TGA Subcool Space Dawg Regular Seeds

Tropical Smooth Smoke Regular Seeds

Green House Ladyburn 1974 Feminised Seeds


New Seeds (you can see a full list of recently added strains here)

TGA Cherrygasm

TGA Cherrygasm

TGA Subcool Cherrygasm Seeds


70% Sativa / 30% Indica

Diesel, cherry, lemon, skittle flavour and aromas





Chocolate Skunk CBD

Chocolate Skunk CBD

00 Seeds Chocolate Skunk CBD Seeds


50-55 Days flowering

Relaxing effects





Super Lemon Haze CBD

Super Lemon Haze CBD

Green House Super Lemon Haze CBD


THC 9-12%

CBD 9-10%





Kings Kush CBD

Kings Kush CBD

Green House Kings Kush CBD


70% Indica / 30% Sativa

THC/CBD 8-10%





The Church CBD

The Church CBD

Green House The Church CBD


60% Indica / 40% Sativa

THC/CBD 8-11%





Kings Kush Auto CBD

Kings Kush Auto CBD

Green House Kings Kush Autoflowering CBD

Feminised / Auto

40% Indica / 40% Sativa / 20% Ruderalis

THC/CBD 5-8%






BCN Diesel CBD

BCN Diesel CBD

Kannabia BCN Diesel CBD


Sativa dominant

THC 13%

CBD 7%



New Offers (you can see all of our current offers on our freeseed page)

DNA Promo Offer

DNA Promo Offer



We have further improved our search facility now and this will be rolled out across the whole site in time and then to mobile and tablet users. We have added “exclude autoflowering” and a price range

New filters September

New filters September


Cannabis News 23 September 2016

Cannabis News

Cannabis News

Cannabis News This Week 23rd September 2016

Cannabis And Cancer – Blog Post

With ever increasing costs of conventional healthcare and continuing issues with insurance coverage, the alternative medicine industry is growing in popularity. Inasmuch as it is still officially denigratedm cannabis is about as alternative as it gets.

Read the full story here

Source huffingtonpost.com

Ex Police Chief in Cannabis Rethink

A former deputy chief constable has said it may be time to reconsider de-criminalising cannabis. Alan McQuillan told the BBC the current attitude to drugs was “creating a cash cow for organised crime, especially in relation to cannabis”.

Read the full story here

Source: bbc.co.uk

Teenage Cannabis Use Rises in Europe

Cigarette and alcohol use among 15 and 16 year olds is declining across Europe but the numbers using cannabis are growing, an EU survey shows. The report for 2015 includes most EU countries, but not Germany or the UK, and data for Spain is incomplete. In 2015 “current smokers” accounted for 21% of those surveyed, and the highest total was in Italy (37%). In 1995-2015 those using alcohol in the past 30 days fell from 56% to 47%. Top in cannabis use were the Czechs (37%).

Read the full article here

Source: bbc.co.uk

Cannabis Is Attracting Mainstream Research Analysts

Cowen and Company join the ranks of the few mainstream research firms to officially begin covering the marijuana industry. A comprehensive 100 plus page report with contributions from ten different analysts was issued by Cowen Washington Research Group on September 12.

Read the full article here

Source: forbes.com

Cannabis Extract For Study On Children With Epilepsy

CITIVA, in collaboration with the University of West Indies (UWI), Mona, recently announced the donation of the first cannabis-based medicine extracted from their well-researched, high-CBD cannabis strain for use in a groundbreaking study in Jamaica to examine its effect on children with epilepsy.

Read the full article here

Source: jamaica-gleaner.com


Parkinson’s Sufferer Shows What Vaping Cannabis Does To His Tremors

A man suffering from early onset Parkinson’s has shown the ‘considerable’ effects of medical cannabis. Ian Frizell, 55, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2011 but has suffered from gradually worsening symptoms since 1995.

Read the full article and watch the video here

Source: metro.co.uk


California – Legalisation

If California decide to legalize recreational cannabis this election, it will cause a flood of venture capital to enter the market for marijuana startups, investors said Tuesday speaking at a conference for marijuana companies in Oakland. A total of 9 states will be voting to legalize cannabis in some capacity this November. That includes Arizona, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada, which will be voting on legalizing recreational use, and Arkansas, Florida, Montana and North Dakota, which will be voting on medical marijuana.

Read the full article here

Source: inc.com

Herbies Facebook Competition September 2016

We have launched a new facebook competition today to win some cool stuff!

Hoodies sept Promo items sept homegrowersmanual

How would you like to win:

A Homegrowers Manual
A Herbies Hoodie
A Herbies T-Shirt
A Selection of goodies from our stash (we choose the stash!)

All you have to do is like our page, like this post and leave a comment on why you would like to win!

We will pick a winner at random on Thursday 22nd September at 12 noon, so you only have a week to enter.

Pop over to our facebook page to enter

Herbies Updates 14th September 2016

Herbies Updates

Herbies Updates

Herbies Updates so far this week..

Hi All

Updates so far this week…

Back In Stock (you can see the full list here)

KC Brains Cristal Paradise Seeds
KC Brains Danky Doodle DD Seeds
Sensi Jack Herer Seeds
World Of Seeds Colombian Gold Seeds
Seedsman (Joint Doctor) Lowryder #2 Autos
Seedsman Afghani No 1 Seeds
Sick Meds Williams Wonder Seeds
Original Sensible Super Lemon Haze Autos
DNA Genetics LA Confidential Fems


New Seeds (You can see the full list here

Dr Underground American Beauty (details to follow)

Dr Krippling Mind Can'trol

Dr Krippling Mind Can’trol

Dr Krippling Mind Can’trol Fems

THC 19-22%


55% Sativa / 45% Indica

Yield 600 gr/m2 indoors, up to 900 gr/pp outdoors


Dr Krippling Red Leicester Tease

Dr Krippling Red Leicester Tease

Dr Krippling Red Leicester Tease Fems

THC 17-21%


75% Indica / 25% Sativa

Yield 500 gr/m2 indoors, up to 900 gr/pp outdoors


Dankonomics Goji Dawg

Dankonomics Goji Dawg

Dankonomics Genetics Goji Dawg Seeds

THC 20-28%


Sativa Dominant

Medical properties





Other Updates

DNA Genetics Crocketts Haze

DNA Genetics Crocketts Haze

A new Cup Winner, DNA Genetics Crocketts Haze Seeds, took 2nd Best Solvent at the Social Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup (2016)


80% Sativa / 20% Indica


In The News This Week 15th July 2016

Cannabis News

Cannabis News

The Cannabis News Headlines This Week

Mike Pence (Trumps VP Pick) is Bad News For Cannabis Reform

Source: leafly.com

Today’s report that Donald Trump has chosen Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate is bad news for those of us hoping for cannabis policy reform during the next presidency.  First of all, Pence hails from Indiana, where draconian drug laws still reign supreme. Possession of any amount of cannabis in the state still punishable by a $1,000 fine and 180 days in jail.


The Stoned Age! Marijuana Used around 11,000 Years Ago in Europe and Asia

Source: dailymail.co.uk

We’ve all heard of the Stone Age – but how about the Stoned Age? Scientists say cannabis was first used around 11,000 years ago, with prehistoric humans in Europe and Asia both starting to experiment with the drug. However, it took another 6,000 years for the first dope dealers to emerge

Commissioners move forward with cannabis zoning amendment

Source: carrollcountytimes.com

While medical marijuana, now being called medical cannabis, has been legalized in the state, Carroll County commissioners indicated Thursday that they have no intention of making it easy to distribute the product within county limits. “I want to make it as hard as possible [to sell medical cannabis] until someone gives me directive otherwise or suggests that it shouldn’t be hard,” Commissioner Stephen Wantz, R-District 1, said before the board voted Thursday in favor of sending a zoning text amendment related to the growing, processing, and distribution of cannabis to the Planning and Zoning Commission for final approval.


Puff Puff Pass & Paint, Inspires the Cannabis Community

Source: merryjane.com

A peek inside the first 420 friendly, all-inclusive art class. Salvador Dali, Allen Ginsberg, Jerry Garcia, Snoop Dogg… I’ve known, for quite some time, that cannabis elevates creativity. Consuming weed spurs divergent thinking in the frontal lobe of the brain. When I change my perception, inventive things begin to happen. That’s why, despite my normal hesitancy towards painting (I tend to be hyper critical of my brush strokes), I was truly excited to try Puff, Pass & Paint at Portland’s Prism House.


Patients Voices Must Be Heard In Cannabis Legalization Debate

Source: huffingtonpost.ca

A quick survey of recent headlines around the legalization discussion, even the federal task force’s press conference, reveals a conspicuous absence: medical cannabis and the patients who rely on it. The current debate and coverage focuses on legalization and regulation combining the interests of everyone from recreational users to growers to government. Without the interests of patients represented in this debate, we run the risk of establishing a future framework that is set up to fail and will require further modification.

Scientists claim the US Government is still limiting cannabis research

Scientists claim the US Government is still limiting cannabis research. Patients now have better access to cannabis than researchers do.

A group of scientists have just published an article claiming that the US government is holding back proper research into cannabis due to its overzealous regulation of the substance.

While millions of patients are already using medical cannabis – and more and more states are decriminalizing the drug,  scientists are still denied access to high-quality marijuana, which makes it hard to properly investigate the risks and benefits of consuming the plant.

“This has created a unique and unnecessary paradox in modern medicine, in which doctors are authorizing treatments to patients and patients are regularly using medication without a scientific basis of knowledge on patient outcomes, forced rather to rely only on scientifically invalid or anecdotal information,” say Sarah Stith and Jacob Vigil (the University of New Mexico)

In a letter published in Science, the researchers claim that while we have compelling evidence that marijuana has a whole range of therapeutic benefits, users report that it is capable of easing symptoms of chemotherapy, chronic pain, and post traumatic stress disorder – many of these effects haven’t been tested in externally valid, randomized clinical trials.

That is because the US government continues to list Cannabis sativa as a Schedule 1 drug. A category limited to drugs with “no currently accepted medical use” and “high potential for abuse” – despite the fact that more than 75% of US doctors polled think medical marijuana is a safe and effective treatment.

Due to its classification, researchers can only access cannabis through the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) – and NIDA only supplies product that’s significantly less potent than the cannabis available on the street.

“Millions of patients have been granted the authorization to use medical marijuana and cannabis-based products by their respective state health departments and 4 states have begun taxing and regulating cannabis sold for ‘recreational’ purposes,” said Vigil and Stith.

“However, the federal government continues to categorize Cannabis sativa as a Schedule I Drug under the Controlled Substances Act, a more restrictive categorization than that used for cocaine, methamphetamine and PCP.”

The big problem with this NIDA-controlled drugs is that, despite multiple proposals from other universities, the government only supplies cannabis grown at the University of Mississippi. And their plant is a lot weaker than the product prescribed by doctors.

For example, the highest content of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana – available to researchers through NIDA is 12.4%, the researchers reported. Last year, the only two clinical studies funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH) used products with potency levels between 3.5% and 7% THC.

To put that into perspective, the medical marijuana now sold in Colorado averages 18.7% with some strains as strong as 35% THC. Some states, including New Mexico have given permission for edibles and vaping products to contain up to 70% potency.

“Clearly, results from studies using Cannabis sativa obtained from the University of Mississippi offer little insight into the effects actually experienced by medical cannabis patients in terms of both therapeutic benefits and negative side effects, if any,” say Vigil and Stith.

The researchers call for government control over marijuana research to start easing up alongside their regulation of medical cannabis, so scientists can make sure everything available to the public is actually safe and effective.

“As long as clinical research on marijuana is controlled by regulators expressly opposed to any increase in its consumption, health care cost reductions may be missed, and intoxication and long-term effects will remain unknown,” they write.

“Most important, many severely ill patients may suffer unnecessarily because no one knows the true benefits or risks of consuming Cannabis sativa.”

Based on an original article at sciencealert.com

Cannabis legalisation is not a pipe dream says Sen Scutari

Cannabis legalization is not a pipe dream says Sen Scutari

For a guy who says he’s never consumed cannabis in any form, Sen. Nick Scutari has become the Legislature’s go-to guy on the effort in legalization of cannabis for adult recreational consumption. This week he reported on his fact-finding mission to Colorado, one of the four states to have legalized recreational cannabis consumption. The senator, who chairs the Judiciary Committee, says he talked with Colorado state officials, lawmakers and law enforcement and toured cannabis shops, talking with retailers and manufacturers.

“The sale and use of marijuana is tightly regulated in Colorado and the regulated industry seems to be working reasonably well,” he reported. “The streets are clean, no one is smoking outside. The dispensaries are contained in storefronts where the product is organized and displayed securely and, really, when you’re walking around, you barely notice they’re there.”

In Scutari’s vision, adults would be able to buy any number of strains of cannabis, almost anywhere in your town, and these shops would be indistinguishable, really, from your local cafe or wine shop. The state, he says, could find better ways to spend the $100 million a year it spends on cannabis-related crime fighting. And, New Jersey could see the birth of a billion dollar industry, almost overnight, with tax revenue of upwards of $300 million a year.

“Who doesn’t want an extra couple of hundred million dollars in the state coffers?” he chuckled. “If someone tells me they don’t want that, then I don’t think they should be in office.”

That someone would be Gov. Chris Christie, who has said repeatedly that he does not support legalization. “I don’t care about the tax money that may come from it, and I don’t care, quite frankly, that people think it’s inevitable,” he said during a recent radio interview. “It’s not inevitable here; I’m not going to permit it, never as long as I’m governor.”

By David Cruz, njtvonline. See the original article here

2016 High Life (Cup) Hemp Fair Winners

2016 High Life (Cup) Hemp Fair Winners

2016 High Life Cup

2016 High Life Cup

The 2016 High Life Cup was held during cannabis liberation day 2016 in Amsterdam.

Herbies stock the following 2016 High Life Cup winners:

1st Place Bio
Sumo Seeds Appleberry

2nd Place Bio
Serious Seeds – AK47

1st Place Autoflowers
Dutch Passion AutoNight Queen

2nd Place Autoflowers
Dinafem Industrial Plant Auto CBD

3rd Place Autoflowers
Kera Seeds Amnesia Auto

1st Place Haze Hydro
Paradise Seeds Atomical Haze

2nd Place Hydro
Sumo Seeds Green Mango

3rd Place Haze Bio
Kera Seeds Amnesia Mac Ganja Bio

You can see our top selling cup winners Cup winning seeds

Spannabis 2016 – Cup winning seeds on Herbies

2016 Spannabis Champions Cup – Cup winning seeds on Herbies

2016 Spannabis Champions Cup

2016 Spannabis Champions Cup

The 2016 Spannabis Champions Cup was held in Barcelona in March. It is Spain’s most prominent cannabis event.

Herbies stock the following 2016 Spannabis Champions Cup winners!

1st Place Best Concentrate
OG Reek by Devil Harvest Seeds

2nd Place Best Concentrate
Orange Diesel by Lady Sativa Genetics

1st Place Best Indoor Hydro
Underdawg OG Kush by TH Seeds

Best SeedbankGenehtik Seeds