How To Know Whether You Bought Good or Bad Cannabis

It’s sometimes tricky to find high-quality cannabis

Cannabis flowers are dense, which can make it a little tricky to keep dried buds fresh tasting and smooth to inhale. With cannabis access increasing around the world, here is a handy guide to help you know that you bought good weed.

How Do You Know That You Bought Good Weed?

To start, if you want to buy high-quality weed, it helps to know where to go. While there is no doubt that high-quality cannabis can come from a home garden, perfected by the love and care of master growers.

However, unless you happen to know a master grower, finding high-quality cannabis can be difficult. In legal adult-use and medical cannabis states, the best place to find quality cannabis is from reputable dispensaries and compassion centers.

Opt for laboratory-tested cannabis products

One of the easiest ways to find high-quality cannabis is to opt for samples that have been laboratory tested.

Samples that have been laboratory tested must show that they have low levels of molds and pathogenic fungus.

 Avoid products that contain visible stems and seeds

Seeds in weed are a good thing if you’re planning to grow, but you don’t typically want to find them in your bud.

Seeds add weight to your flower, meaning that you aren’t getting as much psychoactive goodness from your purchase.

Instead, you’re paying for weighty seeds. Cannabis flowers that have produced seeds are also more likely to be less psychoactive.

Check for color – Avoid brown weed

Cannabis can come in a bouquet of colors. While nearly all cannabis flowers contain green coloration, they can also feature purples, blues, reds, and pinks. What your flower shouldn’t be, however, is brown weed.

Brown coloration on a cannabis flower is a sign that it has been oxidized and is now old. Cannabis buds that contain significant brown coloration will likely be harsh to smoke, low in potency, and may promote a sleepy cannabis experience.

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