Auto THC-Victory seeds produce cannabis plants with around 6-8% THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin) and a similar quantity of THC in the dried buds. These are the world’s first autoflowering THCV seeds for sale, the result of a great deal of specialist breeding using rare cannabis genetics. If you want to offer a completely novel cannabis strain rich in both THCV and THC then buy these limited edition THCV autoflower seeds while stocks last.
Auto THC-Victory limited edition cannabis seeds
THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin) is currently attracting a great deal of interest from pharmaceutical companies and medical cannabis growers. Normally this scarce cannabinoid is present in cannabis only in trace quantities, typically 0.2% or below.
But due to the high levels of medical attention being devoted to THCV, Dupacan & Dutch Passion are pleased to be the first to release THCV rich autoflowering cannabis seeds. With a 1:1 ratio of THC:THCV you can expect around 6-8% THC and 6-8% THCV in the dry buds.
Licensed cannabis producers will be particularly interested to see a commercially available THCV rich autoflower strain. This 1:1 THCV:THC autoflower strain is a world-first for the Dutch Passion geneticists and these THCV auto seeds are now available for sale to Dupacan customers.
Auto THC-Victory main growth characteristics
This medium-yielding, medium-height THCV autoflower strain grows from seed to harvest in around 11 weeks indoors with 20 hours of daily light. She grows easily in all different grow mediums/grow methods. Outdoors or in a greenhouse, Auto THC-Victory may take a couple of weeks longer to ripen.
- THCV is receiving high levels of medical interest and may be one of the most important new cannabinoids. Auto THC-Victory THCV seeds are part of the Special Cannabinoids cannabis seed collection, home to rare genetics rich in rare/special cannabinoids.
THCV-rich cannabis seeds, medical applications?
As with all new cannabinoids that are becoming available, THCV is attracting a great deal of attention. Much work needs to be done and formal medical studies will be required before medical claims about the potential uses of THCV can be made. But one curious early anecdotal finding from THCV users has been that THCV seems to have appetite suppressant qualities. Mahmoud Hanachi, Head of Genetics for Dutch Passion, commented that “As an isolated cannabinoid, THCV could work potentially as an appetite suppressor and could have potential applications in specialist medicines.”
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THCV is undergoing extensive research with numerous studies into the effects and properties. Much of this work is still underway and the full medical/pharmaceutical potential for THCV is still perhaps largely unknown. But many expect THCV to attract as much attention as THC and CBD in the longer term.
Auto THC-Victory seeds are available and can be exported from The Netherlands with all the usual professional Dutch Government-approved Phytosanitary certificates/export certificates from Dupacan.
With high levels of interest in THCV, especially for medical purposes, Licensed Cannabis Producers are well placed to take advantage. Dupacan have limited initial stocks of Auto THC-Victory autoflowering THCV cannabis seeds and expect high levels of interest from Licensed Producers, Pharmaceutical Corporations and private growers. These THCV rich autoflower seeds produce firm, resinous buds with a rich aroma. They are the easiest and fastest way to grow THCV rich cannabis.
The medium 6-8% THC levels ensure a moderate psychoactive high. The effects are not as intense/powerful as those from a 20% THC strain, but the presence of such high THCV levels in combination with a 1:1 ratio of THC deliver a deeply enjoyable and satisfying experience. The effects feel euphoric, energetic, uplifting, focussed and clear. The THC can definitely be felt and complements the THCV in a unique and particularly pleasing way. The high resin levels make this THCV autoflower strain ideal for those making THCV extracts/concentrates or THCV cannabis oil.
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