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THCV CANNABIS SEEDS – FREE RELEASE TO THE PUBLIC

THCV IS ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER CANNABIS COMPOUNDS FOR MEDICAL AND RECREATIONAL USE. JADE NECTAR IS RELEASING THCV-RICH SEEDS FOR FREE TO THE PUBLIC WITH PLANS TO CROWDSOURCE OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THCV

SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS, Calif., Feb. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Jade Nectar, a legacy cannabis wellness company, will be releasing THCV-rich cannabis seeds to the public at no cost. The ‘FREE THE V’ seeds will be given away through California cannabis retail shops starting in early March 2022 .

THCV CANNABIS SEEDS – FREE RELEASE TO THE PUBLIC THCV IS ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER CANNABIS COMPOUNDS FOR MEDICAL AND RECREATIONAL USE. JADE NECTAR IS RELEASING THCV-RICH SEEDS FOR FREE TO THE PUBLIC WITH PLANS TO CROWDSOURCE OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THCV Jade Nectar, a legacy cannabis wellness company, will be releasing THCV-rich cannabis seeds to the public at no cost. The ‘FREE THE V’ seeds will be given away through California cannabis retail shops starting in early March 2022.

There is tremendous interest in THCV for both wellness and recreational use, but THCV-rich cannabis genetics are nearly impossible to access due to proprietary claims.

Jade Nectar’s Cannabis Public Domain Project proposes an alternative model where all of the cannabis compounds exist in the public domain, accessible to all people who wish to explore them.

“The universe created the cannabis plant and all of its compounds, so they belong to us all.” – says Jeff Nordahl , founder of Jade Nectar.

‘FREE THE V’ – THCV-rich Cannabis Seeds

‘FREE THE V’ cannabis seeds currently produce between 6%-10% THCV in the finished and dried cannabis flowers. ‘FREE THE V’ was bred by Jade Nectar in a multi-year breeding project that utilized a number of landrace cannabis varieties sourced from around the world.

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“Our goal was to selectively breed until we reached 5% or higher THCV in the majority of seeds, and then set the THCV free for the public to explore. It’s ready!” – says Nordahl.

Crowdsourcing THCV Effects

As more people gain access to THCV, crowdsourcing THCV experiences will provide a broader understanding of how THCV can be used for wellness and recreation. Jade Nectar is developing an online platform where users can share their THCV experiences, and review data from others.

“THCV is still a mystery, but if people report relief for a specific ailment, creative inspiration, or reduced munchies – this could help others connect with THCV if they want those same effects”. – says Nordahl

Jade Nectar plans to apply this public domain crowdsource model to other rare cannabinoids, raw-acidic cannabinoids, as well as different formulations and methods of consuming cannabis. “We can all participate in our understanding of this amazing plant.” – Nordahl

About Jade Nectar / Good Farma, LLC.

Jade Nectar, Good Farma, LLC, operates as a cannabis microbusiness in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California. Specializing in landrace cannabis varieties, Jade Nectar manufactures strain specific whole plant olive oil infused tinctures.

Jade Nectar holds multiple US Patents for infusing raw-acidic cannabinoids into food oil, and for processing fresh whole plant cannabis material into frozen purees, fresh juice, and other whole plant food products.

Jade Nectar is developing a Landrace Cannabis Botanical Garden & Retreat Center that showcases hundreds of cannabis plants sourced from around the world. The center serves as a destination for cannabis events, education, wellness, and further exploration of medicinal plants and fungi.

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How to Get 100 Free Cannabis Seeds

Canada has some of the most liberal marijuana laws on the planet, but there isn’t nearly enough cannabis in Canada for Dana Larsen.

The Vancouver, B.C.-area longtime marijuana activist and onetime dispensary owner is happy the country licenses medical-marijuana providers and that the current Liberal government has promised to legalize recreational cannabis, sure. That’s more than any other country is doing, aside from possibly Israel, but Canada still need a kick.

Legalizing is taking too long, and there’s no guarantee Canadians will be able to grow their own. (Medical-marijuana patients have to go through an onerous process to be allowed to have a home garden, which is why most don’t bother and go for medicine grown by one of the country’s 34 providers.)

So Larsen wants to blanket the country, from Yukon to Montreal, in five million marijuana plants. And he needs help, which is why his company will mail you 100 free seeds for your own “Ganja Victory Garden.” Provided you are in Canada.

Larsen and his organization, Overgrow Canada, have been at this for a while.

Last year, the company gave away 2.3 million cannabis seeds, he claims. This year, with Trudeau’s government taking its time figuring out how to legalize while renegade marijuana dispensaries in Toronto are getting raided, Larsen’s campaign for marijuana planting is meant to remind us all how we got here—civil disobedience.

Cannabis liberation is about peaceful defiance, and st‎anding up against unjust laws, not only with words, but with concrete action,” he wrote on Overgrow Canada’s website . “So this is my rallying cry for all Canadians. If you love cannabis, if you love freedom, or if you just love your country, then plant some cannabis seeds this spring, and we will all reap a wonderful harvest together.”

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Canada has been dragged this far only by citizens openly defying the laws.

Stores sold bongs and books about cannabis until police stopped bothering to bust them (even though those laws are still on the books). Citizen activists smoked marijuana in public, then gave it away and now there are hundreds of dispensaries across the country (which are still technically illegal, but the police are taking a half-hearted stand against them at best).

Call this latest step resistance by mass horticulture.

The seeds are for a strain called “Freedom Dream.” Biologically, it’s bona fide cannabis sativa—though most of us would call it “hemp.” The strain is supposed to have a “very low level” of THC and 10 percent CBD, Overgrow Canada claimed in a widely-circulated email.

So it’s the kind of weed—not psychoactive, totally legal—you used to see on TV in Trailer Park Boys. Then and now, it’s the look that matters, and a sea of green across the country sends a decisive message.

As Overgrow Canada’s Jennifer Cole put it , “ the real goal… is to get cannabis plants in public places.”

“Sprout them at home, get them going, then put them in your yard,” she wrote, “or in front of city hall, or in community gardens, or anywhere else where they have a chance to grow and make a statement.”