In the framework of the United Nations Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, held in Vienna in 1961 and ratified by the Spanish state in 1966, establishing the drugs under international control. Among them, in Schedules I and IV annexed to such agreement, cannabis and its resins, extracts and tinctures are included. According to the information package compiled by the Information Service of the United Nations, cannabis means even unofficially, to the flowering or fruiting of the cannabis plant (excluding the seeds and leaves not attached to the branch’s end) of which the resin is removed. In consideration of this concept, cannabis seeds are not under international control.
On the basis of the provisions contained in the international Convention of 1961, the legislative authorities of the several signatories States have pronounced many and varied criminal or administrative national rules, who develop and complement international regulations. There are many lawsfrom different countries in the world that prohibit and sanction the purchase, sale, possession or holding of cannabis seeds. Unable to know all national laws abroad and with the intention to fully comply with applicable law in each sovereign territory, breakingbudsseeds.com limits sending cannabis seeds to those destinations governed by the same criminal law as in Spain, declining to accept any orders to be delivered outside the territory of those regulations.
Breakingbudsseds.com conducts its business by offering various virtual goods or articles of lawful commerce in Spain. Spanish Law does not prohibit the sale of cannabis seeds in Spanish territory. Nor is there any legal provision to penalize possession although there are doctrinal views that consider tenure as a preparatory act with impunity, these views are not endorsed by the Supreme Court's jurisprudence.
The Penal Code, approved by Law 10/95 of November 23, in articles 368 and consecutives, provides prison sentences from one to three years for those performing acts of cultivation, processing and trafficking of cannabis. Spanish criminal law considers and punishes as a crime against public health cultivation and those acts intended for sale or trade or carried out with the purpose to promote, encourage or facilitate illegal use of third parties. The jurisprudence of the Second Chamber of the Supreme Court has reiteratively indicated that cannabis cultivation is a prohibited and punishable act, prosecuted for endangering public health.
Breakingbudsseds.com urges responsibility and diligence of each person on their acts and never invites or encourages its customers to act contrary to the law, asking the client a noble, fair, responsible and diligent usage of articles or products purchased. Breakingbudsseds.com disclaims any liability for breaching conditions of employment of the law or of the transfer, donation or gift to underage third parties. If you’re surfing this site it means that you are an individual of legal age and understand and accept the laws and norms stated above.