Storing Your Buds To Prevent Overdrying

With the legalization of cannabis products throughout the country, the market has quickly become flooded with the supplies that you need to use and store cannabis products. What is the best method of storing your cannabis products? Here, you'll find a few tips to help you store your cannabis products effectively.

Bud Storage

How you store your buds will make a huge difference in how well it holds up over time. The best way to store your buds is in airtight, oxygen-free cannabis storage containers. Glass jars can also work very well. Add some moisture packs, such as Boveda packs, in the jar and close the lid tightly. These packs slowly release moisture into the buds to prevent them from drying out.

Store the glass jars in a cool, dark area – an airtight box will do very well, but if you don't have one, place it in a drawer, cabinet, or somewhere safe and out of the sunlight and direct heat.

Three things that you don't want to do is to store the buds in cheap sandwich bags or in small tins, and you definitely don't want to use fruit peels to add moisture back into the buds – it will cause mold to grow.

Dry Weed Revival

If the buds have dried out, you don't have to toss it – you can reintroduce moisture into it. Yes, those nice squishy buds feel nice and sticky between your fingers, but when you add too much moisture, it can become harsh and unpleasant to smoke.

The best method of reviving dried out buds is to put them in an oxygen-free storage container and add a few moisture packs to the jar. Place it in a dark area for a day or two and check the buds. You should feel that they aren't as crisp and crunchy. At this point, you can remove all but one of the packs – the last remaining one will maintain the moisture levels in the jar.

Bulk Storage

If you're storing lots of small jars of various types of buds, you will want to invest in an airtight storage box. These little boxes can be quite nice – not only are some of them beautifully made, but they prevent odors from filling the room where they're stored and they keep all of the moisture in the buds where it belongs.

Take your time and find some quality oxygen-free storage containers for your buds – you'll find some for home and on the go.

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Optimizing Storage Space With Smart Organization Having lived in a 1,200-square-foot home with my husband and two children for many years, I've learned a lot about storage and maximizing space along the way. Once a year, we do a "purge" of each room in our home to get rid of unnecessary clutter. We then hold an annual garage sale, where we're able to make money selling this "stuff" for our yearly vacation. For extra space, we also have a small storage unit that we use to store seasonal things, such as Christmas decorations and bikes. If you've been looking for tips on maximizing storage in even the smallest of spaces, I hope the information on my blog will be useful to you!




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