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Sadly, medical marijuana is still illegal in Kansas, and is therefore unavailable for use by Kansas City residents at this time. To help make natural, safe medicine available to everyone in your state, contact your legislators, and most importantly, vote!

A perfect blend of CBD and THC, CBD 3D marijuana seeds produce plants that pop and effects that will leave you happily wanting more.

Cue the maniacal laugther – Mad Scientist marijuana is a super potent and aromatically pungent strain that delivers bliss and relaxation in equal measure. Easy in the garden, it’s high yields and ease-of-care make it a great option for beginners.

Best Weed Seeds for Migraine Headaches

Many people suffer from migraine headaches, but haven’t found a treatment that really works for them. That’s because there are many potential triggers for migraines and each person has different symptoms; therefore, it is hard to find a cure-all for this debilitating ailment. However, medicinal marijuana has been proven to help alleviate the symptoms of migraine headaches, including head and body pain and nausea, and to help patients sleep off the worst of it. Some of our favorite strains of weed seeds for treating migraines are:

Durban Poison is the Adderall of the marijuana world. This pure sativa clears the mind while boosting focus, concentration, and all your senses.

Diesel is a fan-favorite for its signature citrus-diesel aroma, big buds, and its happy feeling. Depressed consumers may find relief with this sativa strain.

Kahuna is one of those very special strains that appeals to both recreational and medicinal cannabis users alike, providing soothing relaxation alongside a healthy dose of euphoria and creativity.

Bushy wallflower, or treacle mustard, (Erysimum repandum) is a common weed in central and eastern Kansas. It is native to Eurasia. It usually emerges in the fall and forms rosettes with long narrow leaves and irregular leaf margins. Most vegetative growth occurs during the spring. Bushy wallflower rosettes bolt in the spring and bear bright yellow flowers at the top of the plant, which only grows to about 12 – 18" tall. Seeds are produced in long, narrow seed pods.

Figure 3. Bushy wallflower, or treacle mustard.

Bushy wallflower (treacle mustard)

Field pennycress

Tansy mustard (Descurania pinnata) is a native winter annual. The plant is covered with fine hairs. The stem is erect, branched and 4 – 30" high. The flowers are small, pale yellow, and occur in small clusters. Tansy mustard spreads by seed from early to late summer.

Flixweed (Descurainlia sophia) is very similar to tansy mustard, and often confused with it. It is an introduced annual or winter annual species from Eurasia which reproduces by seed. Stems are erect, branched, and 4 – 40" high. Flixweed often grows taller than wheat, while tansy mustard generally does not. Leaves have a lacy appearance. The stem and leaves are covered with fine hairs. Flowers are small, pale yellow, and grow in small clusters. Although tansy mustard is native to the area and flixweed is introduced, flixweed is probably the more common weed problem in wheat fields.

Tansy mustard and flixweed