How to Dry Your Weed – Fast!

How to Dry Your Weed – Fast!
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Harvest time is here! Your marijuana buds are all set and ready to be harvested – however, you can’t take off your grower hat, not just yet. Newly harvested buds need to go through a process known as cannabis curing. Why is this necessary? Well, even though weed can be harvested, dried and smoked without curing, this typically leads to much harsher and denser smoke. Not only that, you will most likely experience a ‘funny’ green taste as you smoke your weed, which is attributed to poorly dried leaves and lack of proper curing. Drying and curing your weed correctly is critical to making it consumable; drying removes unwanted moisture from the buds, while curing removes starch and sugar. When you dry and cure your buds slowly in a controlled environment, your buds will not only smell better, but the effects will be more potent, and the smoke will not be as harsh. Expert growers always cure their buds because they know for a fact that without this process, those delightful buds will not reach their peak potency. Curing is, in fact, what separates your marijuana from being just average to trophy-worthy. Ever wondered why buds sold at medical weed dispensaries are considered ‘extra special’? They’ve been expertly dried and cured. Regular weed smokers will tell you with unwavering confidence that buds prepared this way provide a far more pleasant and smoother experience. How Drying and Curing Buds Post-Harvest Affects the Overall Experience Put those buds through a proper drying and curing process, and you will observe the following: Subtle flavours and a unique smell start to emanate from your cannabis strainAfter smoking, you are less likely to experience racing thoughts, paranoia or anxiety typically associated with uncured marijuana.No more “green” taste reminiscent of freshly cut grass which is common…

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