Whether it actually helps them grow or not, people love talking to their plants. And why wouldn't they? We cherish our little green buddies like a celluloid member of the family.
But what would happen if your plants could sing back? That’s what one company set to find out.
Canadian based cannabis company Tweed hired a team of dedicated "plant musicologists" (a fake term invented by the company) to record the electrical data from each of their strains, then convert those electrical impulses into a MIDI file.
That MIDI file was then converted into three different sounds, including piano, strings, and synth; each sound originating from a unique Tweed strain.
Owned by Canopy–Canada's largest licensed weed producer–Tweed proves there’s more to extract from our green friends than some simple THC.
Watch how Tweed did it below:
You can even download the sounds on Tweed's website, and use them to create your own trippy tracks.