Would you agree that spending hours under the sun, digging up dirt is a good way to relax? According to several studies, it is! While it’s hard to imagine that any form of manual labor can be called relaxing, you’ll probably be more open to that if the activity in question involved a plant that’s famous for its relaxation benefits.
The right strain of marijuana can leave you feeling so chill you’ll happily plow acres of land without thinking twice about it. Sure, there’s still a lot of dirt and hours in the sun involved in growing marijuana. As long as you’re in an area where growing it is legal, there’s a lot you can gain from the practice.
It’s a lot harder to experiment with different strains when you have to buy them at exorbitant prices. Growing a variety of strains makes it easier and affordable to try them all out and find the one that works for you.
There are lots of strains to try depending on what you’re looking to get from your marijuana. For example, ilovegrowingmarijuana.com has a list of energizing strains you can grow to get energy-boosting weed. Other strains on the market include relaxing and focusing ones, as well as those that vary by plant type and strength.
Like any DIY project, growing marijuana yourself is a cheaper alternative to buying it. Of course, there’ll be initial costs to get land and seeds, but a good harvest pays all that back in what you have to spend buying it. Most of the key materials you’ll need, like water and light, come from nature, saving you more money.
You Know What You Get
Buying marijuana from someone else feels a lot easier (and cleaner) than growing your own. But is avoiding an extra shower now and then worth getting something you don’t know? The only correct answer to that is no.
There’s no way to know the kind of pesticides and fertilizers used on the plants. You could be buying a whole factory’s worth of chemicals laced into your marijuana. Instead of reaping health benefits from marijuana, you might end up worse off.
Growing your own gives you full control over the entire process and resulting quality. The practice will also help you gain the expertise to produce good quality marijuana. So, you get a safe product with a good quality. Definitely a win-win.
If you’re worried about having to spend time taking care of plants until they grow, don’t. Most strains survive even in the least optimal conditions. You can find tips on growing marijuana online, and you won’t need any intense training to figure it out.
When you grow marijuana, you’re likely to produce a large amount of it, plus you get to use all parts of the plant. This means you have enough to experiment using it in other ways without worrying about the cost. You can use the extras to make edibles, tinctures, and even hash. The possibilities are limitless, and you’ll have a whole lot of fun doing it too.
Growing marijuana can be an enriching experience. The best part is, it doesn’t take special skills to be able to do it. Anyone can learn to do it in their spare time, as long as it’s within the confines of the local law.