*Hemp Seeds in compliance - USA H.R. 2 Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 and SubtitleG Section 297A
At Walipini Seeds, our cannabis seeds are intended solely as collectable, adult, novelty souvenirs.
If we are concerned that any customer will be planting, germinating, or harvesting our products in a country where this is illegal, we have the right to refuse sale.
Germinating Your Seeds
If planting and growing cannabis is legal in your country, we are happy to reassure our customers that germination rates and viability of all our products are regularly tested.
At Walipini Seeds, we encourage all customers to understand and follow the laws of their country of residence. We do not condone acting outside these laws in any way, and will accept no legal responsibility for laws or regulations broken by possession or use of our products.
Our seeds are sold with the condition that they not be used in any way that interferes with or directly goes against laws established in the city or region where the purchaser resides.
Different countries have different regulations and laws regarding the purchase, sale, and use of cannabis seeds.
It is legal in many countries to buy and sell cannabis seeds, but we strongly recommend determining the laws in your area of residence before ordering from Walipini Seeds.
In the United States, where Walipini Seeds is located, it is legal to sell and purchase cannabis seeds as collectible souvenirs. As such, Walipini Seeds accepts no responsibility for any products or shipments intercepted or seized due to the laws of other countries.
Resources on Walipini Seeds
Any and all information offered by Walipini Seeds, including but not limited to content on growing or using marijuana, or the legalities surrounding it, is available for educational purposes only. Information on this site is in no way intended to encourage, excuse, or endorse the illegal use of our products.
Though we do our best to provide up-to-date, correct information, we cannot guarantee the 100% accuracy of our educational resources.
Legal status of hemp & cannabis seed genetics: As of January 6th, 2022 the US Department of Justice “Drug enforcement agency” has stated in an official letter as to the legal details explaining how all cannabis seed regardless of genetic make up to be included in the 2018 Hemp farm act and no longer on the US schedule list as a drug so as meeting the hemp farm bill guidelines and rules.
The document can be viewed HERE in PDF format.
The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill) authorized the production of hemp and removed hemp and hemp seeds from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) schedule of Controlled Substances. It also directed the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to issue regulations and guidance to implement a program to create a consistent regulatory framework around production of hemp throughout the United States. The establishment of hemp as a regulated commodity also paves the way for U.S. hemp farmers to participate in other USDA farm programs such as the U.S. Domestic Hemp Production Program which establishes federal regulatory oversight of the production of hemp in the United States. The program authorizes the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to approve plans submitted by states and Indian tribes for the domestic production of hemp and establishes a federal plan for producers in states or territories of Indian tribes that choose not to administer a State or Tribe-specific plan provided also that the state or Tribe does not ban hemp production.
Read more detailed information HERE
All seeds and or propagated plants meet the guidelines set forth by the U.S.D.A., I.D.O.A. and the U.S. Department of Justice “D.E.A.” by containing under “0.03% THC”. Seed COA can be viewed HERE