Save Up To 62x Your Money By Growing Medical-Grade Cannabis

Crop King Marijuana Seeds

Here Come the Buds

Unlike most of the products on this site, these CBD seeds do not involve hemp. Therefore, they may not be legal in your jurisdiction. Please consult your local laws prior to purchase. Thank you!

The CBD seeds referenced here won't make hemp. Cannabidiol comes from cannabis plants.  Hemp and marijuana are both classified as cannabis.

We’re talking about Sensi here! These cannabis seeds – if properly cared for, of course – will produce glorious marijuana plants.

But not just any ganja. These strains are special because of their high CBD concentration. After many bongloads and even more trial and error, master geneticists have created these CBD-rich marijuana strains.

Because of CBD’s versatile healing properties, these marijuana seeds qualify for a “medical” classification. You see, CBD is one of the main reasons why medical marijuana is so effective. CBD’s therapeutic properties are very diverse.

Now, certain stoners want their crystalline nugs practically dripping with THC. The THC mentality is “let’s get as high as possible.” Let’s float above Cloud 9 and chill atop Cloud 420.

Conversely, the CBD mentality is “let’s heal as much as possible.” Let’s give our bodies’ endocannabinoid system a natural boost. If you’re in this camp, cheap CBD hemp oil is the way to go. Why? Because CBD from hemp usually has next to zero THC and will not get you high.

If you fall somewhere in the middle, this page is for you! You’re looking to get high and heal. You’ve realized that cannabis goes way beyond simply getting you stoned. You know that you can do your body some good while getting nice and baked.

And now without further ado, let’s get into how you can save some dough by reaping what you sow.

CBD Seeds - Save Some Dough by Reaping What You Sow

The Savings are Massive


You may already be blowing through waaay more weed than the average herbalist. Or you may be the one-hitter-quitter type.

Certain Cannaisseurs are good with just a puff or two. Others start the day with four or five gigantic bowls.

No matter how much smoke or vapor you’re blowing into the air or how many edibles you munch every day, one thing is clear. Growing your own will most definitely save you money.

The more herb you go through, the more money you’ll save.

CBD Seeds - Save Some Dough by Reaping What You Sow

The Retail Price is $10 per Gram

Let’s do some simple math. I used the happy-hour prices at my favorite local dispensary to come up with a base price. You may be paying more or less but these numbers are easy to work with and you can adjust accordingly.

During a twice-daily time frame, my spot sells 5-gram eighths of top-shelf dank for $50. That breaks down to $10 per gram. We’ll use that for our base retail price.

(Does that sound like a good deal to you? Tell us about it in the comments below!)

I often wonder how much more or less others are paying. I had to visit plenty of shops before finding this place. Shops are everywhere here and some are simply illegitimate.

My spot sells the best I can find. Sticky, resinous, delicious-smelling kind buds. Others peddle leafy, brownish turds that smell like the back of a lawnmower. They even have the audacity to charge top-shelf prices for mid-grade schwag.

Some will even use jars with a green tint, trying to trick you into thinking their herb is actually puff-worthy. Shame on them!

But I digress. For our simple equation, we’re using $10 per gram as the base retail price.

Retail Price = $10 per gram

CBD Seeds - Save Some Dough by Reaping What You Sow

The Grower's Price is Only 16 Cents per Gram!

Several disclaimers here.

First, I assume you’re going to plant 10 seeds for any of the three strains referenced below.

Second, I’m making assumptions on crop yield. I’m assuming that only half of your seeds will reach maturity. I’m also assuming each mature plant will yield only half of the grams advertised.

And third, I’m assuming your grow operation is outdoors. Growing outside can sometimes give you a smaller yield than hydroponic setups.

I think you’ll agree these are very, very conservative estimates. These estimates are low enough so that what you would have spent on store-bought flowers will cover the costs of growing.

In other words, if you didn’t have to buy 10 grams of flower, that’s $100 you could instead spend on water, nutrients, and paying someone to trim your mature buds.

Average Price for 10 Seeds: $140

Average Yield: 175 grams x 5 seeds = 875 grams ($8,750 retail value!!!)

Grower’s Price per Gram: $0.16


CBD Seeds - Save Some Dough by Reaping What You Sow

Let's Dig In

And now, let’s discuss the CBD-dominant strains themselves. There are three to choose from, each with their own characteristics and CBD-to-THC ratios.

When you combine CBD and THC together, they amplify each other’s medicinal benefits. Plus, CBD mitigates some of the psychoactive effects of THC.

If your stash comes in at a 1:1 ratio – equal percentages of CBD and THC – you gain the benefit of maximum healing potential from the two cannabinoids.

You get the Ying and the Yang. And I have experienced the sensation firsthand.

One example is a CBD-rich strain dubbed Medicine Man. The high is relaxing but not overpowering. A chill, mostly clear-headed bake. And like most strains that are high in CBD, puffing on it always makes any aches and pains feel better.

Puffing on strains bred for CBD content always make my aches and pains feel better.

CBDutch Treat - Feminized

$70/140/300 for 5/10/25 Seeds
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Both
  • Growing Difficulty: Very Easy
  • Flowering Time: 9-10 Weeks
  • Indica/Sativa: Sativa Dominant
  • Percentage of CBD: 8
  • Percentage of THC: 4
  • Average Yield per Seed: 500 Grams

CBD Auto Cheese

$70/140/300 for 5/10/25 Seeds
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Both
  • Growing Difficulty: Very Easy
  • Flowering Time: 8 Weeks
  • Indica/Sativa Ratio: 80/20
  • Percentage of CBD: 8
  • Percentage of THC: 8
  • Avg. Indoor/Outdoor Grams: 250/150

CBDream - Feminized

$70/140/300 for 5/10/25 Seeds
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Both
  • Growing Difficulty: Very Easy
  • Flowering Time: 8 Weeks
  • Indica/Sativa Ratio: 80/20
  • Percentage of CBD: 6
  • Percentage of THC: 6
  • Average Yield per Seed: 400 Grams

CBD Seeds - Save Some Dough by Reaping What You Sow

CBDutch Treat - Feminized

Just looks at those colorful crystals! I spy glistening orange and purple mixed with all shades of green. For me, nug appearance is important and this stuff looks absolutely delicious.

You want to look at a bud and say, "yeah, I'd smoke the hell out of that." This stalk right here makes me say just that.

CBDutch Treat CBD seeds are female to make growing easier.  And for a number of reasons, this one is my favorite of the three CBD-rich strains listed here.

First of all, it has a 2:1 CBD-to-THC ratio. It’s more healing than elevating. Second, because it’s Sativa dominant, the feeling is energetic. And third, its potential yield is the highest at 500 grams per plant.

The other two strains on this page are better suited for nighttime sessions. But a Sativa like CBDutch Treat is perfect for sparking your daytime creativity.

Indoor/Outdoor: Both

Growing Difficulty: Very Easy

Flowering Time: 9-10 Weeks

Indica/Sativa: Sativa Dominant

Percentage of CBD: 8

Percentage of THC: 4

Average Yield Per Seed: 500 Grams

CBD Seeds - Save Some Dough by Reaping What You Sow

CBD Auto Cheese

CBD Auto Cheese is a fast-flowering strain. Its Indica dominance means the effect is calming and relaxing but may make you want to just chill on the couch.

Boasting 8% of both CBD and THC, the CBD Auto Cheese marijuana strain strikes the perfect balance of highness and medicinal value.


Indoor/Outdoor: Both

Growing Difficulty: Very Easy

Flowering Time: 8 Weeks

Indica/Sativa Ratio: 80/20

Percentage of CBD: 8

Percentage of THC: 8

Average Yield Per Seed: 250 Grams Indoor / 150 Grams Outdoor

CBD Seeds - Save Some Dough by Reaping What You Sow

CBDream - Feminized

So danky! Did someone sprinkle powdered sugar on this one?

CBDream CBD seeds are female for maximum results. And, this is another marijuana strain with a perfect 1:1 ratio of THC and CBD.

At 6% of each cannabinoid, it’s the lightweight strain on this list. This one probably won’t get you super-baked but should make you feel super-relaxed while melting your pain away.


Indoor/Outdoor: Both

Growing Difficulty: Very Easy

Flowering Time: 8 Weeks

Indica/Sativa Ratio: 80/20

Percentage of CBD: 6

Percentage of THC: 6

Average Yield Per Seed: 400 Grams 

Ways to Germinate Your Cannabis Seeds

Never ones to leave you in the dark, Crop King Seeds has created a video to help you with your growing operation.

And if you're looking to get expert advice from growing veterans, this 420 forum contains loads of information.

What I Imagine These Stock-Image Tokers Are Saying...

woman-face-3"A fat bowl at the end of a hard day's work is just what I need to get all chill AF!"

woman-face-4"I don't always puff herb, but when I do, I prefer what I grew myself."

womans-face-1"Yippee-yippee-yo-yippee-yay-yay-yaa-aay, I smoke homegrown every day!"

Ready to Get Your Garden Growing?

Click on the shiny blue button to visit Crop King Seeds today!

Have any germination or general growing tips to share? How much are you paying per gram of herb?

Please let us know in the comments section downstairs. Thanks!


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  1. GabeTheGreat369 on September 13, 2017 at 11:58 AM

    Great site Jon!! Makes me happy to see others out there trying to spread the CBD love. I live in Colorado and the CBD scene is finally starting to spread. I cannot wait to see how things progress once more people have the capabilities of receiving this medicine. Thank you!!

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 14, 2017 at 9:22 AM

      Thanks for stopping by! CBD and Colorado are like peanut butter and jelly. I lived out there for a year and loved the overall vibe. Granted, this was before the smartphone era but most people I met were very friendly and eager to chat.

      You hit the nail on the head by referring to CBD as medicine. In fact, the UK govt. recently classified Cannabidiol as just that. 

      Although there is still way too much red tape to blaze through, cannabis in general is finally beginning to come out of the basement.



  2. Karl on September 15, 2017 at 5:03 AM

    I love your site! I know CBD can make miracles happen. My uncle was diagnosed with terminal cancer and had only a couple months to live but one of his son’s decided to take matters into his own and God’s hands. After two weeks of CBD treatment, the cancer subsided and within a month, it went into remission. Proof the stuff works! When I’m in the market for seeds, I’ll hit you up. I’m good for now though. I will share your site with some friends of mine that are going to grow soon. Is there any guarantee on the seeds? Let me know because that might help.

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 15, 2017 at 9:10 AM

      Hello Karl,

      Thanks for taking the time to reach out. Absolutely fantastic to hear about your uncle’s success using CBD. Stories like that are hard for some people to believe because they’ve been trained to think that since THC gets you high there mustn’t be any medicinal value. But if you look at any chart listing the ailments that people use medical MJ for, CBD is used to treat a broader range of conditions.

      In regards to your question about the guarantee, there are 2 of them. The first is in regards to shipping. If you choose shipping that contains tracking information, you are guaranteed to get your seeds.

      The other guarantee is for germination. It’s up to you as to whether you go indoors or outdoors but if you follow Crop King’s instructions, the seeds have an average germination rate of 80%.

      Please let me know if have any further questions and happy growing!



  3. Rick on September 16, 2017 at 6:53 PM

    I have osteoarthritis but haven’t obtained a medical marijuana card yet. this would be a great way to grow your own at home which is legal in the state I live in. may seem a little pricey up front but would be well worth it in the long run. I would definitely refer back to this site when I get my card.

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 17, 2017 at 11:46 AM

      Hi Rick,

      Sorry to hear about your condition and I hope you’re able to get relief!

      You are right about the long-term pricing. It takes time and patience and a little work but the savings are tremendous compared to retail. And, you know exactly what you’re getting, unlike with most of the dispensaries out here, some of which sell questionable meds.

      Alternatively, CBD hemp oil is available now, and without the need for a card. CBD is the main therapeutic ingredient within medical marijuana and like it has for others, myself included, taking CBD oil may help with your pain. And, if since there’s virtually zero THC in CBD oil that’s made from hemp, it won’t give you a buzz.

      I’m here for you if you have any more questions.



  4. Ciara on September 18, 2017 at 8:38 AM

    This CBD seed post is amazing! I’ve been looking to find some seeds to grow with at home. CBD strains are my absolute favorite because they just put me in a better mental state and help relieve stress and anxiety. I really like how these strains are all easy to grow and will help save $ in the long run. I will be purchasing some of these seeds from your site soon. Thank you for sharing!

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 18, 2017 at 9:48 AM

      Hello and thanks for the visit. CBD-rich strains are my favorite, too. Especially the ones that have more CBD than THC because I can remain clear-headed while relaxing and getting relief from pain.

      And yes, like most crops, you can save significant $ by growing your own. A few months can be a long time to wait but it’s well worth it, in my opinion.

      Glad to hear you enjoy CBD as much as I do!



  5. Penelope on September 19, 2017 at 11:04 AM

    CBD is definitely something more people need to know about. there’s this misconception that all marijuana products get you high, but there are PLENTY of cannabis products that only have CBD that are great for pain relief. thanks for the information on how to get seeds and grow them yourself.

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 19, 2017 at 1:38 PM

      Hi and thanks for the comment.

      Most marijuana products will give you some sort of buzz, these CBD seeds included. That’s because of the THC content found in marijuana. Although the seeds referenced on this page create plants high in CBD, they still have THC and are going to give you a buzz.

      If you’re looking for relief from pain, without getting stoned, seek CBD products that are made from hemp. CBD hemp oil contains almost zero THC and will not get you high even if you wanted it to.

      Best regards,


  6. Randene on September 20, 2017 at 10:21 PM

    Hi Cali,

    Wow! This post is so informative. First, I have never even considered growing it myself, and second, I had no idea how much saving that could mean. My husband has a medical license and has toyed around with different forms of cannabis but never growing it ourselves. I’ll let him know about these seeds. It’s great to hear that they’re “easy” to grow. Neither of us have a green thumb!

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 21, 2017 at 11:06 AM

      Hi there! Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me, I appreciate it.

      I had no idea how mind-boggling the savings were until I did the math. It’s kinda like handing the budtender $10 in exchange for 62 grams instead of just one.

      I wouldn’t consider myself a gardener either but cannabis is a very hardy plant to begin with. It’s essentially a weed and if your home has a yard of any sort then you know how prolific they can be.

      I wasn’t introduced to MJ until after high school. My best friend at the time was taking some time off before heading to college and still living with his parents. We would puff in the area separating his parent’s house from the neighbor’s. It was a wide area with grass and dirt and a few trees that provided shade.

      Being broke-ass teenagers, we would smoke the cheap stuff that comes up from Mexico. Usually flat from being compressed into a brick, hopefully green, and always full of seeds. A far stretch from the seedless goodness available today.

      Since you can’t smoke seeds we would just throw them on the ground and let them fall wherever the wind took them. This continued for a month or two before we moved on to a new spot for our sessions.

      Several months later, much to our wonder and joy, we wandered down to our former spot to find several plants full of buds awaiting harvest. We did absolutely nothing to spur their growth. They were forgotten soldiers that bore several ounces of surprise fruit.

      Although they got the job done, they were most definitely a product of their environment. The fluffy nugs smelled like what comes out the back of a lawnmower.

      If you do end up trying to make your thumb green, I hope you have fantastic results!



  7. Katie on September 22, 2017 at 1:19 PM

    Thank you for making the disclaimer about this product clear and easy to read at the top of the page. Honestly, I don’t think I would have seen it otherwise.
    I have never heard of Sensi. What are the side effects of smoking this type of strain? And are there any contraindications to this medicine – in other words, is this safe for anyone at any age with any diseases?

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 22, 2017 at 4:04 PM

      Hello and thanks for the quality questions. The disclaimer is in place because quite a bit of the site’s content deals with CBD hemp oil which doesn’t contain THC and won’t get you high. Alternatively, these CBD seeds, if properly grown, will produce flowers that’ll definitely give you a buzz. 

      Sensi is slang for sensimilla, which is Spanish for “without seeds.” It refers to any strain that hasn’t been fertilized and thus won’t have any seeds in the buds.

      The effects depend on the strain. Indica-dominant strains typically produce a whole-body high and make you feel spacey and not in the mood for doing much other than eating junk food and watching Netflix.

      Sativa is on the other side of that spectrum. Sativa usually produces a clear-headed high which sparks creativity and conversation. If I’m going to clean the house or get some other type of work done, I reach for Sativa. If it’s almost time for bed and I just want to relax and do not much of anything, I use Indica. Indica is also what my mom uses for her insomnia.

      People who’ve used MJ only once and claim it puts them to sleep most likely had an Indica-dominant strain.

      And although some strains produce a mellow buzz because they’re higher in CBD than THC, they’re still for adult use only. As far as contraindications, that’s between the user and their medical professional.

      Thanks again for stopping by.



  8. .* lizel *. on September 23, 2017 at 11:59 PM

    WOW. I definitely learned something new today! I had NO idea how wide the variety was in cannabis… Up until now I thought there were only two kinds: sativa and indica. My oh my! I also never thought about the money-saving side of growing it yourself. What an interesting article, thanks for the info and the new perspective! 🙂

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 24, 2017 at 3:59 PM

      Hello and thanks for the kind words.

      Yes, you can save huge dollars by growing your own. And at last count there were over 7,500 different strains of marijuana. Master growers have been getting extremely crafty with both CBD seeds and “it’s all about the THC” seeds. Marinate on that for a minute. There are over 7,500 types of 100% Sativa and 100% Indica, and everything in between. Each of these strains, just like a child, has been given a name. There’s no end to the dank and it keeps on getting dankier…

      Best regards,


  9. William on September 25, 2017 at 4:25 PM

    Cannibus is the best plant on earth. I have so many stories I could tell you on the topic but I’ll save it for another time and place. But $10 a gram is not bad and is actually a lot cheaper than what they charge in places like Colorado and California.

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 26, 2017 at 9:39 AM

      Hi William,

      Cannabis plants are indeed wondrous and incredibly useful. And we’d love to hear your stories if you feel like sharing any.

      $10/g is the price here in CA. But that’s only during happy hour at the one spot I know of that has high quality. There’s plenty of $10/g schwag out there. If you’re looking for only 1 gram of something good, that’ll set you back $15-20.

      Thanks for stopping by to share your thoughts!

      Best regards,


  10. James Harvey on September 25, 2017 at 4:34 PM

    $10 a gram is child’s play where I buy my buds from. But it all depends on the quality of the gram. You can tell if the bud is bad by the color and texture of it. The smell also plays a part in the mix but not as much as the other two. I will be sure to share this information. Nice post by the way.

    • Cali Blue Dream on September 26, 2017 at 9:38 AM

      Hi James,

      Thanks for stopping by to share your thoughts. I’ve been to plenty of shops and the quality is anything but standard. There’s lots of overcharging for mid-grade bud going on. Just because it has a familiar name doesn’t mean the grower knew how to uphold the infamy. Come spring, I plan to have an outdoor garden with a few ladies who I’ll try to treat right.

      It’d be great if you could actually sample the herb you’re going to invest in, but we’re not there just yet. There’s no way to give an accurate assessment in the store. You just have to go by what looks and smells best to you.

      I came up with a rating system for the nugs I bring home. It’s called 5-Star RASTA:

      Resination: You want the gooey crystals that stick to your finger a little and keep burning all on their own after you first set them ablaze.

      Aroma: Whether you’re going for citrus or pine or Jack H., the smell should be enticing and make you want to shrink down and hang out in the jar for awhile.

      Taste: Just like food, the taste should match the scent. If it smells like lemon it should taste like lemon. I once came across a jar that smelled like Italian food. I told the shop I wasn’t interested in their Lasagna Kush.

      Sensation: It should either keep you awake with creative energy or make you want to chillax on the couch. Either way, the nugs need to perform as advertised.

      Appearance: Sunshine is the best indicator. The buds should sparkle in the daylight like a precious jewel. Green and orange and red and purple and frosty is what I look for.

      I feel lucky to have found a spot that regularly carries 5-Star buds for $10/g. Their suppliers certainly know what they’re doing.



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