4 Benefits of Organic Weed

by Morgan

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August 29, 2023

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I always hate calling organic weed, well weed. It takes away the value of the tasty organics when compared to a “weed” so for the sake of the argument I will refer to this lovely plant as cannabis.

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led grow lightsThat being said the top benefits of organically grown cannabis, whether grown outside or in a tent vs hydroponic “weed” is tenfold.

Benefits of Organic Weed

  1. Taste – Flavor and taste are unaltered when you leave the chemicals out of the farming process. Whether they are sun-baked plants or LED grow lights producing your lovely flowers the main thing that happens when left organic so the terpenes in the plant have a natural balance that produces great flavor. These cannabis plants are much like the human body. If you mess with one characteristic an equal and opposite reaction will occur. These are called side effects.
  2. Potency – You want to get high? Do you want to know how to make the most potent cannabis plant? Statistically speaking organic will produce more potent plants. I always say, the flower that smells good to you will have the best reaction of alter consciousness that your body alone needs. It is much like the smell of food. Certain foods just smell better to an individual than others. It is the body’s way of saying, “That is what I need!”
  3. No Chemical Ingestion –  This is a no-brainer. No chemicals mean you are not sucking bad things into your body. A simple thought but understated. Much like food, organic cannabis is designed to not harm you. The lack of chemicals and heavy metals will surely equal a happy body when smoked or eaten.
  4. Environmentally Friendly – Cannabis grown organically also produces an environmentally sound product. No contaminated groundwater supply or shady control over environmental factors such as pesticides.

There you have it. The basic reasons one should always smoke, eat, or vape organic cannabis.

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Like any farmed product there is a direct science as well as the green thumb touch as well. A mixture of art and science makes the perfect crop. Too much of one and not enough of the other can result in undesired results.  From my experience, I have always seen better yields, more flavor, and better potency with a resulting organic cannabis harvest. It really comes down to knowing exactly what the plant is supposed to do within its veg vs flowering phases and keeping it as natural as possible. Excluding chemicals that supposedly enhance the plant cause side effects in the other areas of the plant’s internal systems resulting in a lesser than plant.

Hope you enjoyed this article and would love to see your comments below! And remember, the way to enjoy a high in marijuana is by using the right strains and methods, as we shared in our 49 Weed Hacks post, so pay a visit!


1. Is organic weed more potent?

There is no scientific evidence that organic weed is more potent than conventional weed. However, some people believe that organic weed is more potent because it is grown without the use of pesticides or herbicides.

2. Is organic weed healthy?

Yes, the benefits of growing organic cannabis are obvious: There’s less risk of contamination (e.g., pesticides), it’s healthier, and it’s less environmentally harmful. In addition, organic cannabis is typically more expensive than regular cannabis.  

3. Can weed be grown organically?

Yes, weed can be grown organically. However, it’s important to note that organic weed is not necessarily better or worse than conventionally grown weed. There are many factors that go into the quality of a particular strain of weed, including the organic growing conditions and the methods used to produce it.

4. Is Super soil good for weed?

Yes, super soil is great for weeds because it is a nutrient-rich soil that can help plants grow big and healthy. It also helps to retain moisture, which is important for weed growth.

5. Does organic soil have fertilizer?

Organic soil does not have fertilizer. Organic fertilizers are a substance that is added to soil to improve plant growth. Organic matter, such as compost, is often used to improve the fertility of soil.

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I discovered the benefits of Cannabis at a young age in 2002, with years of trial and error, my knowledge grew just like my plants. As my love for cannabis unfolded I began to teach and learn, trying to gain as much information and practical growing experience.

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