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I realized that I would have to buy certain Sativa strains from the Cannabis dispensary because those have to be grown outdoors

I feel that most politicians are crooks. I think it’s a beautiful thing that Cannabis has been legalized in our state, but it never should have been illegal to begin with. Also it bothers me how much the government is making off of Cannabis now that they decided to legalize it. It’s a good thing for the money that goes to schools and programs we need to run in our state, but they are making a killing off of something that is entirely natural. Everybody should be able to grow their own plants and not have to purchase these Cannabis products that are taxed to the brim. Even at the Cannabis dispensary, I was asking them why it cost so much money for just a single gram of Cannabis flowers. They told me that the tax was very heavy, and that it was taxed 3 times! Talk about the government being greedy! They couldn’t just tax it once, it had to be taxed triple? Well, they are making their money alright but I decided they wouldn’t be making any more money off me. I started growing my own Cannabis in my home. I got a nice grow tent, some T5 fluorescent lights, a good amount of organic soil and I got to business. I actually got my seeds from the local Cannabis dispensary. I did try a few strains that I really enjoyed. I realized that I would have to buy certain Sativa strains from the Cannabis dispensary because those have to be grown outdoors. But other strains that were hybrids and Indica strains, I could grow. I have gotten some really excellent flowers ever since I started growing my own.

 

 

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Making a little bit of extra money from my Cannabis crops

When I first started growing Cannabis on my own, I didn’t even think about the money that could be made from it. It was perfectly legal to grow our own Cannabis when they made recreational Cannabis legal. It always annoyed me even before this time though because a plant being illegal seems entirely ridiculous. Now the government is making an insane amount of money through legalization by taxes the hell out of the products. I was told at the Cannabis Dispensary that they tax it 3 times and that’s why the products are so expensive. This is what led me to growing my own plants, so that I could save some money. The thing is, the whole growing of Cannabis plants came naturally to me because I’ve always been big into growing plants. I love growing tomatoes, peppers, watermelons, flowers, and other plants. People always compliment me with how great my home looks because of all my flowers and other lovely plants in my backyard. Little do most people know that I have my indoor Cannabis garden as well. I take special care making sure that the plants are nurtured with the right nutrients, temperature control, water, fertilizer and everything. I am always admiring my plants also because with each one I have a special attachment. I believe that when you send loving thoughts to your plants, they do even better than plants that don’t get that type of treatment. They are living things after all. When I harvest my plants, I get some of the finest buds I have ever had in my life. I let friends try my buds and then they wanted to purchase buds from me. Word has spread and now I make some pretty good side money which helps me a lot.

 

 

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I couldn’t afford all the wonderful Cannabis products, so I grew my own

I was happy that Cannabis had been legalized in our area, but I still wasn’t able to afford all of these wonderful Cannabis products.

So I decided to go the route of growing my own.

I have since learned a great deal about growing Cannabis. As time went on, I was able to master my techniques, and there are many that you can choose. Some Cannabis growers go the route of hydroponics, but I decided to go the old school way with soil. I felt that soil was just easier, but also learned that it is a lot better in many ways. It became easy for me to figure out what nutrients to add into my soil mixtures and what fertilizers to use. I always went with all organic fertilizers and eventually I started adding helpful things with micronutrients like worm castings. I couldn’t believe how well my Cannabis plants started thriving with the use of worm castings alone. In time I learned to add something else very important to my soil mixes which is perlite. Some people also use vermiculite, but perlite works fine on its own. Its purpose is basically to allow proper aeration of the soil. When your soil has all those spots that get a good amount of oxygen to the roots, your Cannabis plants will ultimately do very well because of this. It’s all about improving the rooting structure of your plants and ensuring that they are healthy. I even used HPS lights in the beginning, but learned that I was making my grow room too overheated. I tried using A/C in the room and everything but my plants were still getting burned. When I switched to T5 fluorescent lighting, my plants started doing a lot better.

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I have learned so many things about growing Cannabis

When recreational Cannabis was legalized in our state, I was really happy with the news.

I went to the Cannabis Dispensaries in the area and found a lot of strains and Cannabis products that were fantastic.

The thing is, I didn’t have enough money to afford all of these Cannabis products regularly, so I knew I needed to do something about that. I realized that in order to save a great deal of money on Cannabis flowers, I would have to grow my own. Thankfully, the new legalization laws allowed us to raise our own Cannabis plants inside our homes. You couldn’t just have them out in the open unless they were under lock and key. So I decided to set up a nice little grow room inside my home. I wanted to keep everything private so I made sure to have odor control. I had air purifiers and I also had a very nice charcoal filter that I used with an exhaust fan. I found that the charcoal air filter was especially good at getting rid of all the odor that came from the Cannabis plants. Now having been growing Cannabis for a little while, I have learned so many things. Even when I first started growing Cannabis, I still was able to get a fairly decent crop, but the potency wasn’t so great and even the aroma wasn’t all that great either because I didn’t dry my buds correctly. I learned that you have to hang your buds up to dry slowly so they keep their smell and flavor. I used a food dehydrator the first time and that was a big mistake.

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I was able to learn the basics of Cannabis growing from a good friend

I live in a state were Cannabis unfortunately isn’t legal for recreational use.

This is very upsetting to me because I really enjoy Cannabis, but I can’t even get it legally. I guess I could try to apply for a medical Cannabis card, but I don’t think I have any particular conditions that would qualify me for getting the medical Cannabis card. Fortunately, I ran into a guy who I became good friends with, and he knows a lot about growing Cannabis. He tells me he has been raising Cannabis crops for the longest time, and when I tried his Cannabis flowers, I was amazed. He had some of the highest quality Cannabis I have ever tried. His Cannabis is even better than some of the Cannabis flowers I have seen that my friends have gotten from the medical Cannabis dispensaries. I decided I wanted to learn his secrets of growing Cannabis. He told me that it’s really an art when it comes to growing Cannabis, not something you can easily learn. It basically takes practice to become good at it. I learned the basics, the equipment I needed, the lighting and all of those important things. I was able to learn what type of fertilizer I needed for growing Cannabis plants in the vegatative stage all the way to what was needed for the flowering stage. This was all very interesting to me because I came into this not having a clue what I was doing. Now I am able to raise my own Cannabis crops all on my own without any help.

 

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Curing water has its benefits

When I started having some conversations with the budtenders at the Cannabis dispensary about common curing techniques, I was amazed about a curing procedure that involved using water, however did you have any idea that THC and other cannabinoids are fat soluble and not water soluble? This means that water by itself simply cannot discottage trichomes from your buds.

The most unique thing about water curing is that the water pulls out all the chemicals, sugars, chlorophyll and everything you don’t want lingering in your buds.

This allows for a speedier curing process! In hindsight you fill jars with distilled water and place your bud into the jars. You will let the buds to remain in the jars of water for 5-8 days, and it is recommended that you change the water every every single day so that you let out all the chemicals from the jars! When you are done after doing that for 5-8 days, you then will have to use a food dehydrator to dry your buds. This can be done in a very short amount of time. You will be left with truly smooth bud that doesn’t give you a harsh type of smoke along with a discreet scent. The only downside to water curing is that you lose out on terpenes in the process which are what cause the bud to odor especially nice and affects the flavor. You really have to weigh the positives and negatives of this curing process though, because the smooth smoke and quality of the high from water curing is absolutely superb. When I learned about this from the Cannabis dispensary, I had to try it out. I really must say, I totally care about water curing. I also am a big fan of traditional curing and because I do care about particular bud flavors and tastes.

 

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The man at the HVAC dispensary taught me a lesson

Back when I started talking to the budtenders at the Cannabis dispensary about proper curing techniques, I was amazed about a curing procedure that involved utilising water, did you know that THC as well as other cannabinoids are fat soluble and not water soluble? This means that water alone cannot discottage trichomes from your buds, however the beautiful thing about water curing is that the water is able to take out of all the chemicals, sugars, chlorophyll as well as everything you don’t want inside of your buds.

This allows for a speedier curing process, however you basically pack up jars with distilled water as well as locale your bud into the jars.

You will allow the buds to remain in the jars of water for 5-8 days. It is highly recommended that you change the water every every single morning so that you remove all the chemicals from the jars… When you are done after doing that for 5-8 days, you then will have to use a food dehydrator to dry your buds. This can be done in only ten to fifteen minutes. You will be left with entirely smooth bud that doesn’t give you a drastic type of smoke along with a discreet scent. The number one drawback to water curing in my opinion is that you lose terpenes in the process which are what cause the bud to smell especially nice as well as affects the flavor. You absolutely have to weigh the perks and negatives of this curing process though, because the smooth smoke as well as quality of the high from water curing is absolutely superb. When I learned about this from the Cannabis dispensary, I had to try it out. I think that I must say, I totally appreciate water curing. I also appreciate traditional curing as well because I do appreciate certain bud flavors and overall look.

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What I learned today blew my mind

When I started chatting to the budtenders at the Cannabis dispensary about proper curing techniques, I was amazed about a curing procedure that involved using water, but did you know that THC as well as other cannabinoids are fat soluble as well as not water soluble? This means that water alone cannot discottage trichomes from your buds, but the most amazing thing about water curing is that the water pulls out all the chemicals, sugars, chlorophyll and just about everything you don’t want inside of your buds.

This gives way for a speedier curing process.

You basically fill jars with distilled water and then place your bud into the jars. You will allow the buds to remain in the jars of water for 5-8 nights, and it is commanded that you change the water day in and day out so that you remove all the chemicals from the jars, but when you are done after doing that for 5-8 nights, you then will have to use a food dehydrator to dry out your buds. This can be done in a few hours. You will be left with actually smooth bud that doesn’t supply you a severe type of smoke along with a very lovely scent. The only drawback to water curing is that you lose terpenes in the process which are what cause the bud to smell especially nice and messes with the flavor. You actually have to weigh the pros as well as cons of this curing process though, because the smooth smoke and overall quality of the high from water curing is genuinely superb. When I was able to pick up from this from the Cannabis dispensary, I had to try it out. I actually need to say, I totally care about water curing. I also like traditional curing as well because I do appreciate particular bud flavors and tastes.

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I was surprised when the people at the Cannabis dispensary told me about water curing

When I started talking to the budtenders at the Cannabis dispensary about proper curing techniques, I was amazed about a curing procedure that involved using water.

Did you know that THC and other cannabinoids are fat soluble and not water soluble? This means that water alone cannot dislodge trichomes from your buds.

The beautiful thing about water curing is that the water pulls out all the chemicals, sugars, chlorophyll and everything you don’t want inside of your buds. This allows for a speedier curing process. You basically fill jars with distilled water and place your bud into the jars. You will allow the buds to remain in the jars of water for 5-8 days. It is advised that you change the water every every single day so that you remove all the chemicals from the jars. When you are done after doing that for 5-8 days, you then will have to use a food dehydrator to dry your buds. This can be done in a few hours. You will be left with very smooth bud that doesn’t give you a harsh type of smoke along with a discreet scent. The only downside to water curing is that you lose terpenes in the process which are what cause the bud to smell especially nice and affects the flavor. You really have to weigh the pros and cons of this curing process though, because the smooth smoke and quality of the high from water curing is absolutely superb. When I learned about this from the Cannabis dispensary, I had to try it out. I really must say, I totally enjoy water curing. I also love traditional curing as well because I do appreciate certain bud flavors and tastes.
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Never be scared to get help from the best

I was so gosh darn thankful back when I l gained about the curing process with Cannabis plants from my local Cannabis dispensary, and i have been practicing growing Cannabis plants for a few years, and I easily didn’t know a damn thing about the curing process! Most of the time, I would just dry out Cannabis flowers and put them into containers and sell them as fast as possible.

I couldn’t help but stop and recognize that I needed to cure our flowers; To some degree, I recognize they cured a tiny bit by placing them into glass containers, although I didn’t have any idea of the curing process, but you have to location the buds in these containers, however you must open them up every afternoon to let out any excess moisture and let the containers become filled up with oxygen.

This allows the cannabis flowers to breathe and split down all the unwanted chemicals and also allows for the cannabis flowers to naturally become ten times potent. They become more potent by converting the THCA to THC. I literally never knew that this process took location after the buds have already been cut, trimmed, and dried. I thought the final product was just that. That is not true however, you can cure your buds up to 6 months and they only get better just like an aging wine. I have experimented with the curing process and I can finally tell the difference in the potency of the buds and also the flavors and quality of the high. This is something that every grower should learn about instead of just getting rid of their products as suddenly as it could be. This is what I have l gained from the Cannabis dispensary and I am actually grateful to these type of people for sharing such high quality knowledge!

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