Too often cannabis seed banks come and go and pop up as quickly as marijuana seedlings. While this could be a really good thing, it has not turned out to be such a great thing at all, and hundreds of thousands of negative testimonials can back that up. Lost orders, misplaced orders, egregious shipping times and flat out theft seem to run rampant in the marijuana seed bank world, probably due to the fact that the weed seed world is mainly an internet thing, and it is hard to demand your product or your money back from people who have no (actual) physical address and no way to be communicated with.
Fortunately for all of us there have been several sites like SEEDBANKREVIEW.com that have come around in the past year or so designed specifically to deal with this very problem and deal with it they do. They offer rather exhaustive and non-biased reviews of each and every seed bank out there, and they also offer an opportunity for the casual reader to put in his or her share of thoughts and reviews. You can be guaranteed that the outcome of a seed bank review will be very objective if everyone is giving their feedback on the seed bank, and is not being paid to do so. That is an incredibly fantastic tool for the potential customer to be able to use, not only do the seed bank review sites offer a decent review, but they also break down the seeds according to the type of high, the genetics, and the type of marijuana produced by those particular seeds.
Again, all of this is designed to help you; the potential grower makes the correct choices about where and what and when you buy. These seed bank reviews pretty much take all of the guesswork out of the equation for you, and in the end that will save you from getting overstressed about where you want to buy your seeds from. They often also have forums where you can go to chat about what different types of seeds you might be looking at, or the legalities of medical marijuana grow in your area. Legalities are extremely important, and you need to learn the laws of your area before even thinking about embarking on marijuana grow of any kind. Some states do allow medical marijuana programs and some do not, it is up to you to figure out the laws in your area.