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Choosing the right strains

Here at Lucky Farms, we take the utmost care in curating different strains that will be enjoyed by our many Lucky Farmers out in the world! We searched and searched for the right strains to bring to the market. Through our journey we have collected our favorite seeds from around the globe and are bringing them directly from our farm to your bowl!


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Lucky Farms- From our farm to your bowl

Here at Lucky Farms, we are so happy to constantly be around life! While maintaining the farm, we are always taken back by our surroundings! We have spent countless hours of planning and designing a perfect workflow for the Farm. There are many variables when it comes to farming in general and we work tirelessly to make sure that our flower lives up to the Lucky Farms Standard. We definitely would not want to grow anything that we would not personally medicate with. Our goals are simple, to bring farm fresh organic cannabis right to your door. In future posts we will discover the people behind the scenes and the processes that help us grow, The Lucky Farms Way!

Lucky Farms flower grown fresh

Lucky Farms flower grown fresh


No pesticides or harmful chemicals, a week’s long flush, and the perfect harvest are all reasons why the Lucky Farms way of growing flower, is the best way. We strive to be the best source of organic cannabis flower delivered directly to your door.


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New Large Scale CBD Study Proves Its Effectiveness In Treating Kids With Epilepsy

Published May 2017 in the New England Journal of Medicine, the research focuses on CBD as a treatment for Dravet syndrome, a complex to treat form of childhood epilepsy.

Worldwide, parents of kids with epilepsy, along with adult sufferers as well, using hemp-based CBD extract to great benefit. The medical establishment and the law, however, have been slower to catch up.

While this study offers more ammunition for parents to use to defend their choices, it’s far from the first time scientists have found a link between CBD and treating epilepsy.


First, the researchers counted how many epileptic seizures the children had over the course of a 4 week period to establish a baseline value for each patient. Then, for 14 weeks, the patients each received either 20 mg of CBD oil per day, or a placebo.

The average number of seizures per month decreased from 12.4 to 5.9 in subjects receiving CBD, versus a reduction of just .8 in the control group who took the placebo. Additionally, about 43 percent of the subjects receiving CBD saw their seizures decrease by at least half.

5 percent actually became completely seizure free with CBD, compared with 0 of the controls.

Study: Out of 2,400 CBD Users, 42 Percent Gave Up Pharmaceutical Drugs

A new study shows that many consumers are giving up conventional pharmaceutical drugs in favor of CBD and cannabis.

CBD, or cannabidiol, is found in hemp, but unlike THC it doesn’t cause people to get “high.”

In a study released in early August, market-research firm Brightfield Group surveyed 2,400 registered users of Hello MD, a medical cannabis education and advocacy website. This figure includes both strains of psychoactive cannabis, a.k.a. “marijuana,” with high levels of CBD and CBD-only products like CBD oil supplements made from industrial hemp.


80 percent said they consume CBD in some form at least once a week, with 41 percent using it daily. The vast majority, about 82 percent, reported that CBD offered significant relief from their ailments, which ranged from anxiety to chronic pain. Although the research has some limitations, it’s compelling evidence that CBD can have healing benefits.

While the idea that people are giving up pharmaceuticals for CBD is making headlines — even in places like Forbes magazine — we wanted to dig deeper into this fascinating study, which reveals a lot of interesting details about how and why people are using CBD in all its forms.



People use CBD for diverse reasons, according to the study.


However, neither CBD nor any form of cannabis are miracle cures and it’s important to note that most people, or 57 percent, reported that they continue to use both CBD and pharmaceutical drugs together.

There was also no placebo group as one would find in conventional “double blind” medical research.