Anyone who has a cannabis garden knows that it is a tedious process that involves attention, care, and a lot of effort. When you are considering when you should harvest your cannabis, trimming the buds can be distressing, but fortunately we will cover some ways to make it as fun and efficient as possible. It is important you trim cannabis flowers to preserve trichome enrichment, avoid harsh smoke resulting from protruding leaves, and to ensure a visually appealing end-product. Smoking marijuana is an enjoyable, therapeutic experience, thus preparation leading up to that experience should be pleasant as well.
An Ill-Advised Way to Cash in on Cannabis
We are all eating healthier and reading the labels on our boxed food. Some of us are swapping juice for water and reconsidering the medicines that we swallow every day but there is a community of people out there who are also changing up the ingredients in their alcoholic beverages. Yes, you can now experience marijuana cocktails. This can be done in a number of ways, ranging from drinks with only CBD additives to full on THC concoctions.
Hello, my Rays of Sunshine! So, you know when you have had a bong for a while, and no matter how much you loved it when you first bought it, it starts to lose that new bong feeling and then we all get that new bong itch. However, sadly most of us are broke or just don’t want to spend the money on new glass. Well, thankfully for you I go through this a lot so I have collected all my tips to help you scratch that itch.
As medical marijuana and cannabis dispensaries become more widespread, you might find yourself spending way more money on weed than you can sustain. Luckily, there's no shortage of techniques you can employ to extend the life of your stash. Whether it's exploring new ways to inhale or ingest your weed, learning how to smoke bowls more efficiently, or becoming more discerning with your party etiquette, there's bound to be at least one piece of advice in this article that'll help you learn how to make your weed last longer.
The stoner generation is upon us, growing day by day and toke by toke. As of 2018, a total of 29 states passed a ballot to legalize the use of medical marijuana. Within these rules are possession limits which are as follows: 1 ounce of marijuana, 6 plants per household, and up to 1 ounce of hash and concentrates. To all cannabis users, this is a dream. You can now relax after a hard day of work and smoke a joint or two on your couch, or by the pool, or with your friends without the paranoia of getting caught.
Nobody wants to spend their hard-earned money on bud, only to have it dry out and turn brittle. It isn't necessary, anyway, given how easy it is to store weed for an extended period of time. The only time you risk crispy, crumbling nugs is when you don't store it anywhere in particular. It's technically okay to keep your stash in a Ziploc bag in the short term, but ideally, you should put it somewhere safer and more airtight than a plastic bag—and no, it won't cost a fortune to snag the perfect vessel. Still don't think you need to do anything special? You should realize that weed lasts for up to three years when you learn how to keep your stash fresh. Using above-average methods, it can stay fresh for even longer. Every toker has a favorite method and there are many tips for storing marijuana, but the long-term storage options listed here are at the top of the heap.
While many people are still trying to adjust to the rapid change in the legal status of marijuana, others have been long waiting for that time to arrive. Those who are well versed in the use of cannabis are ready and eager to share their best tips and tricks for getting the most from each experience. And one of the issues that brings the most questions is that of "canoeing." In this brief article, we are going to learn just what that means and different ways to stop your joints from canoeing. We'll even consider how to recover if canoeing occurs.
With more states where marijuana is legal starting to accept "green businesses" in their borders, it's not surprising that the United States is seeing a major uptick in cannabis products.
Getting high is an important part of my self-care routine, but now that I'm out of college, I can't just spend a whole afternoon stoned. I can spend part of an afternoon under the influence, but then I gotta wrap it up! I need these tricks to sober up from a high so that I can continue my self-betterment. I got errands to run, books to read, exercise to do, and I need to prepare for my workday. If there's one thing I learned adulting, it's that the work days never stop coming.
Few things are more pleasant than the feeling of a job well done after harvesting the fruits of our marijuana plant. The care we took when growing it and the care with which we have carried out the drying and curing processes have given rise to some spectacular buds that we can enjoy for... How long?
The first few times you get high are magical. The famous tunnel sensations, the giggles, and your awe at all of the new sensations. Chances are if you’re an everyday stoner, your highs aren’t like that every time now. Maybe your tolerance has gone up and the amount you’re smoking hasn’t, or maybe you’ve just gotten used to the sensation of being high. Either way, here are four ways to bring yourself back to those first times getting high.