For all those of you that are considering growing your own cannabis at home, but are still on the fence about actually doing it…allow me to shed some light on your decision. In the following article I’ll be focusing on the Pros and Cons of home growing and in the end you should be convinced that growing is by far the best way to procure your medicine.
There are a lot of pros when it comes to growing cannabis. For starters, you have total control over the production of your flowers. You know what you are putting into to, if there are any issues such as pests and what type of nutrients you are using.
This gives you the ability to play around with the nutrients and methods to create the best crop you’ll smoke ever! In addition, growing your own cannabis at home also gives you a wealth of other benefits including, raw bud, the ability to make hash and variety of strains.
Juicing Raw Cannabis bud is probably one of the healthiest things you can do. It’s packed with all the goodness that cannabis has to offer and will boost your immune system, energy levels and give you a fresh perspective on life. Some people don’t like the taste of raw cannabis, but you can use it as an additive in your mango smoothies. Juicing Raw Cannabis has NO Psychoactive effect.
Finally, one of the biggest benefits of growing your own cannabis at home is that you get more from your medicine. The reason is because you have a creator’s bias towards your crop. You have waited patiently for your plants to grow and now that it’s harvest time, there is a psychological expectancy in relation to the effect.
There are plenty more benefits to growing your own cannabis such as crop rotations, a surplus of cannabis and much more.
COPS AND GROWING CANNABIS
Growing your cannabis at home isn’t all fun and games, there are a few cons to the scenario as well. For some people who don’t have too much privacy at home, issues can arise.
For instance, at times you could be growing a really stinky crop, but if you live in an enclosed space such as an apartment complex, this could generate a few problems.
Another downside of home growing, especially if you’re doing it indoors is the light expenses. You can remedy this by investing into a few solar panels and batteries but that can definitely increase your initial investment a few thousand rands. It’s worth it, but still…some people want to grow for cheap.
Nutrients and pests will also increase costs of operation. In many cases, growing hydroponically will greatly reduce the possibility of pest formation, however it can happen. That’s why you need to have a clean environment to do all your work because you can have have crops ruined by spider mites and other nasty critters.
Finally, since growing weed is an illegal activity, you will have the law to worry about as well. If you’re careful and keep your production to a minimal, you’d probably never have issues with the police…but one snitch neighbor can create some serious issues. That’s why it’s important to keep your growing operation under wraps. I know you want to tell the world, but rather smoke awesome cannabis you grew without the fear of cops busting down your door. Make it your dirty little secret.
The Bottom Line
Growing your own cannabis doesn’t come without risks, but the benefits far out weight the cons.
Smoking Cannabis might not be addictive…but growing it definitely is. It’s just a different experience and you’ll love to see your sweet babies grow from seed to the wonderful mature lady that provide you with your medicine.
Always be careful when growing and as mentioned, keep it under wraps unless of course you live in a place where it’s legal…and in that case…grow them as big as you can possibly imagine!