from £ 124.95 GBP
For a unique approach to medicinal marijuana, you’ve definitely got to try Ken's Honeydew weed seeds from Grand Daddy Purple.
This cross of Humboldt Honeydew and Ken’s Kush is like nothing you’ve ever tried before from GDP offering an incredible high that is just perfect for relieving any sort of stress, tension or physical pain.
Ridiculous yields will ensure even commercial growers are knocked of their feet, while stunning flavour and resilience means there is no one that shouldn’t be able to get some really good results. After just 10-11 weeks flowering, Ken’s Honeydew cannabis seeds offer a flavour that is as sweet and rich as honey itself, but with a Kush undertone that will have your taste buds singing. Not to be outdone in power either, up to 20% THC is on the cards with this monster of a cannabis plant.
Her balance of indica and sativa she’s perfect for treating both cerebral and physical ailments. Yet she can still be used to grow weed indoors or out.
|Medical Uses||relieving any sort of stress, tension or physical pain.|
|Indica and Sativa Strains|
|Genetics||Humboldt Honeydew female (Himalayan Hashplant x Cambodian Golden hashplant) X Ken\\\\\\\'s Kush male (OG kush x GDP)|
All product information is provided 'as is', for informational and educational purposes only. The information is obtained from seedbanks and breeders and we cannot gurantee its accuracy. Please Note: These seeds are sold as souvenirs only. We accept no liability for customers purchasing them for any other purpose. Customers are advised that under UK law it is illegal to germinate cannabis seeds without a licence from the Home Office.
Disclaimer: Under section 9A of the missuse of drugs act 1971, it is an offence to supply or offer to supply any article which may be used or adapted to be used for taking illegal drugs, believing that the article will be used in such a way. None of these products are sold for the purpose of drug taking, preparation, or cultivation and any discussion that leads us to believe they will be will result in refusal of goods.