curing is the final step

Cannabis growers must realize the critical importance of curing their buds after harvest.

You usually guess when to harvest the buds and trim them.

Then you must hang them for a while to dry in a cool and dry area. When your buds are properly dry after this process, then you will need to fill glass containers with the dry buds and wait. When you put your buds into these glass containers, they immediately get going with the curing process. Technically, the buds are actually curing even before they get into the containers, however the you saw the glass containers allow for better curing. You will want to carefully “burp” all of the containers at least once or twice a day to let out all of the built up humidity that develops overtime in the containers. In this curing process, the buds release all of the chemicals, water, and other undesired sugars that are in the buds. The critical curing process will ultimately make your flowers more potent because the internal THCA is being converted to THC while I was in this whole process, and that’s what you want. If you choose to dry your buds too speedily, this action will genuinely halt the curing process more hastily and your buds won’t turn out to be nearly as potent. You can cure your buds for as long as you want 2, and some people say the best cured buds are cured for around 6 weeks, if not longer. Admittedly, all the people won’t want to wait that long to have their delightful buds cured, however in general, the longer you cure the better the product. Also remember that curing your buds makes the smoke so much smoother. Experienced bud smokers can actually supposedly tell the difference between cured bud and non-cured bud.

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