BC Bud Depot
You also acknowledge that any products available from BC Bud Depot are considered to be novelty items, souvenirs, adult items, or general collectibles. Information about our seeds and other products is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Our staff has the legal ability to refuse financial transactions if we believe a customer plans to use seeds for planting and harvesting in a country or municipality where cannabis or cannabis seeds are considered an illegal substance.
Although many individuals may share anecdotes that they have received positive experiences from the usage of cannabis and cannabis seeds, seeds and the plant haven’t been evaluated by Health Canada or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for overall efficacy or as part of approved research efforts.
BC Bud Depot does not purport to provide current health information or information that can be considered an alternative to details given by healthcare providers. People with questions about cannabis and its possible effects and complications in the human body are encouraged to discuss the plant with their personal health care provider.
This disclaimer is required by the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
When shopping for seeds and other products from BC Bud Depot, site visitors are encouraged to read available data about cannabis and cannabis seeds, including its legal status in various states and countries, along with various state and national laws defining usage and cultivation.
Site visitors are required to acknowledge the following rules:
- They are at least 18 years old
- They will not distribute our seeds to locations where these seeds are considered illegal
- They won’t purchase seeds if they live in a location where they are illegal
- They won’t grow seeds if the laws of their city, state, or country prohibit this practice
- They will consider any seeds to be novelty items and use them for their legal purpose
- They will not hold BC Bud Depot liable if they suffer any consequences of using seeds in a manner beyond their legal definition
- They live in an area where seed purchases are permitted
- They live in an area where online research into cannabis products is permitted
- They will consider any information gained or products purchased for educational purposes only
The regulation of cannabis seeds falls under the United Nations Single Convention in 1961 that addressed narcotics and resulted in several international treaties.
One of the results of this is that the Netherlands has greater freedom for people to buy and sell cannabis seeds without a permit as part of its Opium Act laws. Canada also allows the cultivation of cannabis, and each adult household is allowed to grow a small number of plants for personal use.
Seed regulations in other countries range from similar freedom to cultivate and sell, to countries that have bans and strong penalties for abuse. It’s often unclear from the status of existing treaties and permissions, whether any possession is considered a prosecutable crime, or there are exceptions available for clinical research, medical needs, or agricultural purposes.
If you’re a new shopper at BC Bud Depot, we encourage you to learn about the rules and regulations about cannabis seeds for the area you live in. This can include local restrictions through your municipality, state or provincial rules, federal rules, and any international rules that could be addressed.
This knowledge will help you provide correct and current answers when this question is asked when shopping at BC Bud Depot.
BC Bud Depot won’t accept any claims of product liability. It also won’t intervene in circumstances where someone may face legal consequences for possessing, selling, or trying to cultivate seeds in a municipality where they aren’t allowed.
Although every community has different regulations surrounding cannabis and cannabis seeds, BC Bud Depot isn’t involved in any legislation or policy development in any country or municipality.
We focus on delivering purchased seeds with the assurance the buyer has completed their research and is aware of legal restrictions in their particular area.