T.H. Seeds Breeder Profile

T.H. Seeds™ is a renowned and one of the oldest Cannabis seed companies in the world, founded in Amsterdam in 1993 by Adam and Doug. Over the years, T.H. Seeds™ has built a reputation for producing high-quality, award-winning Cannabis seeds. The brand has a rich history that is intertwined with the development of the Cannabis industry.

In 1993, T.H. Seeds™ opened C.I.A. Cannabis, a Cannabis Information Center and seed shop in Amsterdam, which became world-famous and the birthplace of Hemp Works, the first hemp store in Europe, and Hemp clothing brand HoodLamb. This is where people from all over the world were first introduced to the Cannabis plant and its many benefits.

T.H. Seeds™ has been a creative and fun part of the transition of marijuana from underground counterculture to over-the-counter pot culture. The brand has been involved with the High Times Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam for over 20 years and has provided many memorable moments at the event. Celebrities and musicians visiting Amsterdam have also become fans of T.H. Seeds™, including Snoop Dogg, Willy Nelson, Woody Harrelson, and many others.

T.H. Seeds™ has a large following of breeders, growers, medical and recreational users due to its focus on quality, flavor, and strength. The brand is known for its classic genetics like Original Bubblegum, S.A.G.E.™, and MK-Ultra™, as well as its FIRE strains like French Cookies, Underdawg™, MOB™, and Strawberry Glue. T.H. Seeds™ has also developed two highly regarded medicinal strains, La S.A.G.E.™ CBD and S.A.G.E.™ CBD.

T.H. Seeds™ has won numerous awards over the years in various Cannabis Competitions, including the High Times Cannabis Cups, Expogrow Cups, and Spannabis Awards. The brand has also been inducted into the High Times Seedbank Hall of Fame.

As the worldwide Cannabis legalization process gains momentum, T.H. Seeds™ is excited about the future and is looking forward to using its 25 years of breeding experience and genetic library to continue serving mankind. The brand’s mission remains the same as it was 25 years ago: “To Protect Genetics and Serve Mankind.”

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