How to buy good quality weed

I stay away from weed that crumbles or is wet and soft

I’ve been smoking weed for many years. I enjoyed smoking bud way before my local state decided it was legal. I’ve found that cannabis provides a very natural remedy for all sorts of remedies. I’ve been able to treat sore muscles, insomnia, anxiety, arthritis and stress with the right strains. I know how to shop for good weed. At the dispensaries, flower is considered the dried and cured female cannabis plant’s bloom. It’s typically intoxicating, but there are choices for high CBD content, high THC content and combinations of both. The best smoking experience is provided by better quality flower. It’s important that the flower has been allowed to fully mature and properly cultivated. I check the smell, appearance, feel and flower structure before making a purchase. The color of the cannabis is probably the most obvious characteristic. High-end bud offers an array of vibrant colors, including bright glue and green, vivid orange and deep reds and purples. There should be an abundance of frosty, crystal-like trichomes visible. These trichomes are responsible for the terpenes and therapeutic potency. Sometimes, checking out the flower through a magnifying glass is a good idea. I also like to give it a good sniff. Top-shelf flower exhibits a pleasant yet pungent aroma. It can smell like diesel, pine, citrus, floral or even skunk but it should not smell musty or dank. If possible, I feel the flower to make sure it’s sticky and slightly spongy. Stems should nap and the buds should break apart fairly easily. I stay away from weed that crumbles or is wet and soft. Flower that is especially fluffy is a sign that the plant was not grown with sufficient light intensity and was probably harvested prematurely.

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