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Vaping has become another acceptable way of consuming cannabis. With vaping, you get full control of the mixture and remove the harmful or unnecessary additives that compromise the quality of your juice. In this article, we discuss three different easy methods in making your THC-infused vape juice at home.
One of the things taken for granted in planning an indoor grow setup is the number of plants you can put inside. Many a times, grow tent real estate is under-utilized when there could have been more plants. We dive into the different indoor growing methods & the appropriate number of plants for each method.
Now more than ever, users have copious amounts of choices when it comes to how they consume and experience cannabis & its derivatives. One such example is Kief, a powerful byproduct of marijuana trichomes that is extremely potent. In this article, we delve into what kief is, the legality of it, and how its best consumed.
There’s more to just buying a rosin press, as there are other factors that affect the quality and quantity of your rosin press. In this article, we delve into the common mistakes of first-time rosin pressers, as well as expert techniques on how to make rosin like a pro.
The harvest is over, and you’ve processed all your strains. Since you have learned the ins and outs of growing cannabis, it’s time to plan the next harvest. So how do we prepare for the next harvest?
Freeze drying is an unorthodox but effective way of curing cannabis. While freeze-drying is not new, it was only in recent years it was introduced as a game-changing process that cuts off your time by weeks. Today, we look at how freeze-drying cannabis works, and more importantly, should you consider freeze-drying?
Waste disposal remains as one of the biggest challenges in the whole processing cycle of cannabis. As it is, the standards of disposing of these wastes must adhere to it becoming safer to handle, without risks of contamination. In this article, we show you several ways to dispose of your cannabis waste.
There is more to harvesting cannabis than cutting stalks and chucking them to your trimmer or drying racks. Since cannabis is quite sensitive, given all the flavors you want to taste later, you need to exert extra levels of diligence in going from harvest to drying. So how do you process cannabis properly?
Did you know those trimmings you discard from your buds have benefits too? Since these trimmings also contain THC and CBD (though not by a lot), you can use these trimmings for other purposes, and possibly turn them into another revenue source. We show you in this article what the best way to use the trimmings from your harvest.


The idea of trimming with CO2 is to preserve the natural look of the bud without the sugar leaves, by using CO2 to flash freeze the buds, so leaves fall off easily. However, there is more to just plugging in a CO2 tank into a trimmer. What takes a few weeks, CO2 trims compresses into a small time frame without sacrificing flavor.
Drying and curing are as important as the growing and harvest preparations. Drying and curing are similar in purpose and method but have differences as well. If you are curious about the differences between drying versus curing and want to know about the best practices for each, you've come to the right place.
Whether you choose to store or trim immediately the cannabis you harvest, you will have to dry them before you continue processing them. But there is more to hanging your cannabis to dry in the darkest room or place in your house or facility. So how do you prepare an ideal setting for drying cannabis? We break it down in this article.

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