Photo by Getty
We wash our produce even when it's grown in the backyard. Cannabis plants should be no different.
Washing your weed might seem like a stupid idea. Isn’t that just creating a breeding ground for mold?
Also, doesn’t soaked weed lose potency and ruin the cannabinoid and terpene content? We’re happy to tell you this is far from the truth, only if you follow the right cleaning process.
Keep reading for more information on how to properly wash and clean your b
Whether you shop for vegetables at the grocery store or grow them in your backyard, you always wash your produce.
This is because plants like vegetables (and cannabis) can interact with different pollutants like insects, pesticides, soil, living microorganisms, pollen, and so much more that we can’t see with the naked eye.
When it comes to weed plants, these unwanted particles and organisms can directly impact the potency, flavor, and effects of your buds. And don’t think you’re in the clear because you’re growing weed indoors; pollutants are still roaming the greenhouse without your knowledge.
Also, if you’re afraid that washing your weed will ruin it, here are some informative tips to give you peace of mind;
Now that you know why it’s essential, keep reading for the rundown on how to properly clean your weed.
Photo via Getty Images
Here is the list of items and ingredients you’ll need to wash your buds after harvest.
Follow the steps below for clean weed:
enter your email below to get insider updates delivered straight to your inbox.