A 5 pack of Anesia Seeds’ New Strain ‘The Sin’ could be yours – all you have to do is comment below!
An Anesia Seeds’ drop is always an event, but this one feels even more special than usual. Three strains, each uniquely brilliant. We’ve come to expect that Anesia Seeds will raise their game with each release; somehow they’re still finding ways to surprise us.
Plain and simple, we’re in love with Anesia Seeds latest feminised strain The Sin. Resilient and with bags of bag appeal, The Sin boasts outstanding terps (rich notes of cherry, sweet hints of vanilla) and a mind-melting high. It comes on like a punch to the gut, instantly energising you with waves of cerebral euphoria. Definitely one to save for the end of the night.
We’re giving away a 5 pack of The Sin to celebrate it being on our store, and to thank the wonderful folk that keep Chosen Seeds alive.
Comment below which of Anesia Seeds’ newest strains (The Sin, Oracle Octane and Tahiti Vibez Auto) you’d like to win the most!
You will need an account to comment, and that account must be active when we pick the winner. Good luck! Chosen Seeds 🖤💚
Disclaimer: Chosen Seeds Ltd. wishes to warn you, that in most countries, it is illegal to germinate cannabis seeds. Chosen Seeds Ltd. do not encourage anyone to break the law in their country and suggests you check which laws apply to you. Chosen Seeds Ltd. sells cannabis seeds only to those aged over 18 years who wish to use them for educational and souvenir purposes or store them in case the law changes.
As a Chosen Seeds Ltd. customer, you are prohibited from distributing Chosen Seeds Ltd. products to countries where possession or sale of cannabis seeds is illegal. By Section 6 Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, it is an offence to cultivate any plant of the genus cannabis in the United Kingdom without a license from the secretary of state. Anyone committing an offence contrary to this section may be imprisoned or fined or both. Please note therefore that germination of cannabis seeds without an appropriate license is illegal in the United Kingdom.