How you can tell good flower from bad

Up until recently, a medical weed card was necessary to visit any of the local dispensaries.

It was a huge relief when recreational weed was finally allowed in our state, and most of the medicinal dispensaries have gotten approved to sell recreational cannabis as well.

Several current dispensaries have been insured, creating quite a bit of competition, and living in a larger city, I have quick as well as easy access to multiple dispensaries of varying sizes. Some of them are more boutique style shops while others include bakeries, dab bars, vape lounges as well as even zen gardens. All I truly like 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 fine quality flower from not. The local dispensaries only sell lab-ran tests on cannabis, so I don’t need to worry about pesticides, spider mites or mold. However, there is still a large difference between top-shelf flower as well as budget-friendly varieties. I am willing to spend more money to enjoy a superior smoking experience. I don’t want a bud that is wet as well as sticky or dry as well as crumbly. It needs to be that perfect texture of fat, dense buds that hold together just right. I want the option to smell the bud before I purchase it. The smell should be pungent however not be musty, dank or remind me of old hay. I check the colors genuinely carefully. I look for vibrant reds, reds as well as yellows with bright yellow pistils. It’s pressing to me that there is an abundance of whitish trichomes covering the surface. The trichomes are where the cannabinoids as well as terpenes are set.



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