The Importance Of CBN
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, March, 20th 2014 by THCFinder
When cannabis is spoken about, there are two main compounds that are always mentioned. Both CBD and THC are the main substances in cannabis that treat diseases and other afflictions. But there are over 500 of these amazing compounds found in cannabis so why does everyone always just seem to want to talk about these two? This blog will go over the importance of the substance contained in cannabis known as CBN, another amazing part of the cannabis plant that's seriously underrated and should definitely be mentioned more!
So what exactly is CBN? It's cannabinol. Like the THC that marijuana contains, CBN is also psychoactive, contributing about 10% of the psychoactive properties of the plant. When THC and CBN are present in higher levels, the CBN seems to actually reduce the paranoia and anxiety often associated with getting stoned. It also causes the user to feel less "messed up" and provides a clearer high but ingest too much and you may end up feeling groggy. This, however, can be great for those suffering from insomnia and that need help getting a good night's rest.
Getting higher levels of CNB in your plants as a grower isn't that tough and should definitely be considered when planting your babies! When exposed to air or UV light for a long period of time, the THC in the plant turns in to CBN. Waiting a little bit longer to harvest the plants will also yield buds with a higher CBN content, when the trichomes have turned a more amber color rather then the usual white/clear. Buds that are exposed to more air during the drying/curing process are also known to have higher levels of CBN.
CBN has a great many benefits, just like CBD and THC. Getting buds with a higher CBN content is definitely all growers should try at one point in time and users should definitely seek out buds higher in CBN simply to give them a shot. Cannabis can help will all kinds of problems and these compounds are what make it so. Knowing what they do and how they effect people when ingested is important! CBN is just as important as THC and CBD when it comes to marijuana.
How To Cure Marijuana Buds
Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, March, 20th 2014 by THCFinder
After you’ve harvested your marijuana crop, you are very close to finally reaping your reward. Of course, you can’t just immediately roll up a few buds and start toking. More work needs to be done before you can really enjoy the fruits of your labor. The harvested marijuana plants need to be dried and cured before you can really call it a job well done.
If you don’t properly cure your crop, you may be looking at some damaged plants or even an entire crop that becomes useless. For personal growers, it’s also important to cure plants because you can preserve them and make the yield last for an entire year.
The main reason you might cure your plants after harvesting is because mold can infect one plant and spread to the entire yield. Of course, mold thrives in moist conditions and the marijuana plants will generally be rather moist right after harvest. Most growers like to hang their crop upside down to get them dry. They don’t necessarily have to be hung upside down, but it is certainly much more convenient that way.
This drying technique is simply called “air-drying” and is the preferred mode of desiccation. It allows the plants to maintain their flavorful tastes and pleasant aromas while also not exposing them to some harsher drying techniques. Download my free marijuana grow bible for tips about curing and drying marijuana.
When air-drying, it’s important to not let the plants get too dry. If the leaves start to become very dry and crusty then you may have gone too far. For the best smoke, you need to make sure that the plant is just moist enough to be flexible but dry enough to not get any mold. This takes a little practice, but over time you will figure out exactly what buds give you the best taste.
Of course, air-drying isn’t the only option. If you really want to fast-cure your buds, then microwaves are really the next best option. Although they have a tendency to overheat the bud, microwaves at least give you the ability to sample some of your crop right after it’s been harvested. It’s important to first take any seeds out of the buds to make sure that they don’t explode in the microwave. You also must be aware that the irradiated heat may detract from the pleasantness or the potency of the smoke. In this way, you might be getting a sample of your crop, but it might not be the best sample you could imagine.
When curing your crop, patience is the key. If you can wait long enough for the plants to air-dry, then you’ll be rewarded smooth, delicate, and potent buds that will get you high every time. Other methods for curing the plants are less effective and potentially more risky. For instance, using a conventional oven or a skillet to dry the buds takes longer and potentially reduces the potency of the THC. Whatever method you choose, it’s always important to cure the buds, if only to ensure that you’ll have a supply at least until the next harvest.
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Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, March, 20th 2014 by THCFinder
Stoners take a lot of pride in their glass collections, going to great lengths to keep their pieces shining, sparkling, and ready to hit. Not only is keeping them clean extremely important but some stoners believe that pieces should always have names. Sometimes, the names are funny and other times, they're just a reflection of their owner's interests. Why do some stoners believe that this process is vital to their smoking experience?
When a piece is named, there are some stoners that believe the chances of it breaking go down. This superstition must have something to do with the idea of humanizing the bong so that people take more care of it when handling it. If the bong has a name, someone is less likely to be careless with a piece of glass called George rather then "The Bong" (I hope that you're not naming your glass George... Unless for some reason that's a good fit for your piece!). Some smokers are so adamant about this that they name every single piece that they own, giving them one hell of a story to tell their stoner friends when they stop by for a sesh!
Other stoners don't buy in to the naming fad, or at least not as entirely as others. Of course there are some glass pieces that get purchased that definitely deserve names. They're so intricate and well thought out pieces that it's impossible not to name them. While I myself don't really believe that naming glass is extremely important or good luck, I have to admit that there are pieces of glass in my collection that got names just because of how awesome they look. The simpler looking pieces don't get named and are called usually by the company that makes them.
Naming your glass is fun, whether you believe that it is good luck or not. Names can be funny, serious, or somewhere in between. Whatever you choose to do, everyone at THCFinder hopes that you're simply enjoying your smoking time! Take good care of your glass, as someone worked hard to make it for you!
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