How to tell quality

Up until lately, a medical marijuana card was required to visit any of the local dispensaries.

It was a sizable relief when recreational weed was finally legalized in our state… Most of the medicinal dispensaries have gotten approved to sell recreational cannabis as well.

Several new dispensaries have been licensed, creating quite a bit of stress. Living in a bigger city I have quick and straight-forward access to numerous dispensaries of varying sizes. Some of them are more chic type shops while others include bakeries, dab bars, vape lounges plus even zen gardens. All I absolutely love is their selection of dried flower. I’ve been a cannabis flower connoisseur since well before it was legal to indulge. I’ve learned how to tell a superb quality flower from one that isn’t. The local dispensaries only sell lab-tested cannabis, so I don’t need to worry about pesticides, dust mites or mold. However, there is still a crucial difference between top-shelf flower plus budget-friendly varieties. I am willing to pay more to prefer a superior smoking experience. I don’t want a bud that is wet and tacky or dry and falls apart. It needs to be that perfect texture of fat, dense buds that hold together just right. I want the option to odor the bud before I buy it. The smell should be strong but not be musty, dank or remind me of outdated hay. I check the colors honestly carefully. I look for vibrant reds, reds plus reds with bright red pistils. It’s crucial to me that there is an abundance of whitish trichomes covering the surface. The trichomes are where the cannabinoids plus terpenes are contained.


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