The Benefits of Growing your Cannabis

If you’re a cannabis enthusiast, then growing your own could be just what you’ve been searching for!

The dream of growing your own cannabis is more achievable than ever before.  The legalization of cannabis throughout Canada, affordability of growing equipment and the knowledge base available means that almost anyone can easily grow their own cannabis at home.

In the following article, we’ll take a quick look at some of the benefits of growing your own cannabis.

1.        Home grown Cannabis is more affordable – While buying cannabis from a dispensary is always a good option, it can become expensive, especially when purchasing luxury strains and premium products. If you choose to grow your own, it can be a good way to save money.  Once you cover the initial cost of setting up your home grow, whether with a hydroponic setup inside or outdoors in soil, you’ll enjoy savings for a long time into the future. You’ll probably still want to enjoy a variety of strains from your local dispensary but growing your own cannabis can be rewarding.

2.       You’ll never Run out of weed again – That last minute panic as you realize that you just blazed away your last bowl or rolled your last joint is devastating.  However, when you grow your own cannabis, you never have to worry about running out of weed as the average plant will flower 13 ounces.

3.       You know what’s being put into your cannabis – While we all like to believe that cannabis is this great natural product, do you ever really know what chemicals are being used to grow your cannabis? When you grown your own, you’ll know exactly what’s being used each step of the growing process.


There you go! Three fantastic benefits to growing cannabis that you may not have thought of. If you’re a cannabis grower or cultivator, GROW and SHARE could be just what you’re looking for. Grow and Share is connecting the cannabis community, one share at a time. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out and contact us directly.