Smoking dry weed sucks. Or perhaps we should say smoking dry weed stings…literally. As you take a puff of some over-dry weed, don’t expect to enjoy the pleasure of aromatic terpenes or the therapeutic benefits of potent cannabinoids. Instead of a smooth smoke gently tickling your taste buds, dry weed slaps you in the back of the throat and leaves you coughing.
As cannabis vaping culture expands, some experienced users are lamenting the end of an era—the rolling era. Decades before marijuana went mainstream, there were only three major ways to get your ganja: joints, spliffs, and blunts. Many newbies entering the cannabis scene have only a hazy understanding of the differences between these iconic hand-rolled options. Indeed, many of the "vaporizer pen prejudiced" simply assume vaping is superior…even though they couldn't roll a joint to save their life!
Well, just like all the different strains of sativa and indica fighting for your attention these days, stoner movies come in different moods for different occasions. On this list, we tried to cultivate, eh, curate a diverse selection of films suitable for all kinds of effects, from couch lock to a case of the giggles. Either way, you'll want to have plenty of good munchies locked and loaded for this marathon of ten movies that are enhanced by a little partaking of that wacky tobaccy...
Indoor cannabis growth depends heavily on genetics and quality of the artificial lighting. Generally, labels such as “indoor” or “outdoor” are a bit arbitrary when it comes to strain seeds. What we actually mean by the term “indoor seed”, is the strain’s ability to survive in climates that most resemble artificial environments and its response to plant training.
Attention to detail can make the difference between average and great cannabis products. Growing cannabis or hemp commercially is a multi-step process, so taking a holistic approach is especially important.
In the process of cultivating quality cannabis, the first priority is sourcing quality genetics. Then, it’s all about taking care of the plants, tending to their needs, then finally, comes the crucial (but time consuming) part of harvesting, drying and curing, which can make or break the product.
Is there a way for businesses to benefit from a proper curing process without risking delays and interruptions in the supply chain?
It is easy to find a CBD wholesaler for your business, who buy copious amounts of hemp directly from manufacturers and then re-sell it at a profit. Then they fund the production of their own CBD, while still making a profit on the product they sell. This behavior creates a flawed perception of the market for investors, as it provides a look not on consumer buying trends, but on wholesalers. The legal requirements for the purchase of CBD, hemp or marijuana biomass differ from state to state.
When you’re running a cannabis cultivation business you do everything you can to mitigate the risks of your operation, however, there are some risks which are impossible to avoid. Therefore, it couldn’t be more vital for every cannabis grower to have a full understanding of risk management and to engage in it properly in order to protect themselves and their business.
CBD comes either from hemp plants or marijuana plants. The source of a product depends mainly on the legal status of cannabis in each US state. Although hemp and marijuana both belong to the same family, they are very different in biology, cultivation, and function.
The cannabis plant contains more than 113 different chemical compounds. However, two of them are the most plentiful: CBD and THC. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive chemical, that shows significant promise as medicine, while THC is psychoactive and is widely used for its recreational properties.
Trichomes have their own separate life-cycle, which begins as soon as the plant is induced into the flowering phase. As soon as blooming starts, the trichomes start to form and transport vacuoles and plastids from the stalk to the gland head. This mini-factory is what will eventually form all of our precious cannabinoids and terpenes.