How To Store Your Weed!

If you don’t know how to store weed properly, it can end up drying up or growing mold. Dry weed will have lost a good portion of the flavor and potency while moldy weed is unsafe to smoke.

If you’ve got quality weed and you want it to stay that way, you’ll have to try harder than a jewelry or sandwich bag. Especially if you’re planning to make it last for a while. Leaving the job to a bag alone will turn your sticky buds brittle within a weeks time.

A few simple measures will ensure your stash is still smokable the next time you reach for it. There are a few ways to better store weed for extended periods of time.

Airtight Glass Containers

To protect your weed from the various external forces that work against it, we recommend an airtight glass container. There are plastic airtight containers but plastic can make buds to sweat moisture out.

A glass mason jar is your best friend when it comes to cost-effective long-term storage. However, any airtight glass container will do. The top should have a complete seal to completely protect your buds from exposure to the air. Once your buds have made it into a glass jar, you just need to keep it out of light and away from heat.

There are also blacked-out ultraviolet airtight glass jars that can help to protect your weed from light. Even if its left somewhere with heavy-lighting. In an airtight ultraviolet glass jar, the only element you’ll have left to worry about is temperature.

As long as you’re not storing it in a cabinet above your stove or somewhere hot, your buds should stay fresh in a UV jar.

Humidity Packs For Longer Term Storage

If you deplete your stash within a week or two, an airtight glass container in a cool dark place should be all you need to keep your weed fresh for every smoke. However, to ensure your buds stay sticks for even months, you can introduce a humidity pack to your airtight storage container. They come in varying humidity levels, already dried out material will need a higher relative humidity to come back to life. However, with fresh properly cured cannabis, you can use a 58 percent Boveda humidity pack to preserve the quality and prevent mold.Read More..

Christian Tancour

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