What is the difference between drying and curing marijuana?

Written by on 27 December, 2021

Growing marijuana does not have to be a complicated task. Of course, you must know and certain processes so that everything goes perfectly.

Learn as much as you can. As marijuana grows, it goes through several stages, and when the harvest arrives, there are still activities to be done, such as drying and curing the cannabis.

That’s right, both drying and curing marijuana are two indispensable processes because they allow the bud to fully develop its potency and aroma. Moreover, performing these tasks correctly is a critical step for high high-quality, but what is the difference between the two?

As the name implies, drying basics of drying fresh buds so that they contain less moisture so that they can be smoked properly. Generally one of the most common and easiest ways to perform this task is to hang the plants (whole or divided into branches) upside down, you can use a clothesline for this.

Keep in mind that if your buds are dry, you reduce the chances of mold affecting your weed.

On the other hand, curing differs from drying because this process involves placing your dried buds in airtight jars and storing them for a certain amount of time.

Store your jars in a dry, dark environment. Curing usually takes about 1 month.



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