The 6 best weed cure jars and bags for a stress-free curing process

The 6 best weed cure jars and bags for a stress-free curing process
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It doesn’t matter how well you grow weed if it’s improperly dried or cured. A bad cure can lead to low-quality buds that are harsh on the throat, unpleasant to smoke, and might even contain potentially harmful contaminants like mold. For better bud, it’s imperative that you have the right equipment to finish your weed the right way. Below, learn how to properly cure your cannabis and explore a few curing options. Find perfectly cured flower on the Weedmaps app What is curing and why is it important for cannabis? Curing cannabis is the post-harvest process of storing weed as it releases excess moisture, breaks down chlorophyll, and locks in its final chemical profile. “This is where you make or break the quality of your entire harvest,” explained Ryley Leech, who does Global Business Development for Fluence and has been home-growing cannabis for 14 years. “You can grow the best weed in the world, and if you don’t dry or cure it well, it really doesn’t matter. It’s not going to smoke well, it’s not going to taste how you want it to, and it will be an undesirable product.” Typical curing should be at least two weeks — longer if possible. The longer a weed cures, the more time it gets to hit its maximum quality level. Time is an advantage for people who home grow for personal consumption. “In terms of curing, with a home grow you can do things that you can’t do at a commercial scale. The ability to cure it for as long as you want is something that doesn’t happen in commercial facilities. They have to dry and essentially go into packaging,” said Leech. Drying cannabis versus curing cannabis Drying and curing cannabis are packaged together as a process, but they are two different stages. Drying…

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