You know how sometimes you gravity to certain strains cause of their name(which means little) and stay away from others because they are called something like Larry OG? Well that was me until the Larry was the best looking bud in the place so I brought some home. This stuff is great in taste smell looks and high which is what I'm always looking for. It had an immense kick after finishing a joint helping alleviate my pain. I suffer from insomnia and back pain and this was an ace in the hole for those ailments.
smells / tastes delicious - potent medicine - would definitely recommend this cut from 420ggnyc. Nugs were nice and dense, pressed out beautiful golden rosin that smelled wonderful. Mixed it with a high cbd hemp strain PINEBERRY from tweedlefarms ( family owned and operated Oregon organic) in a cart and the flavors were amazing. Was at 25% ..didnt blow my doors off but was pretty enjoyable. Mixed with cbd it really dialed pain way down even further. Whether relaxing at home or partying with friends, we've all been caught with a stash of weed and no grinder in sight. No matter where you are, you can use basic kitchen tools, some change in your pocket, and even your own hands to get your weed ground up and ready to smoke. You're getting ready to spark up, whipping out your stash and your papers (or bong, or whatever), but there's something missing. You take a second, but then you realise: There's no grinder in sight.
You might panic, thinking this is the end of the smoke sesh. Thankfully, you don't have to be subject to that fate. Whether you're chilling out at home, moving around, or hanging at a party, you'll be surprised at the amount of options you have at hand. In most cases, you'll just need a few basic tools, with other methods being even more simple. As we just mentioned, we know there are a few scenarios you could be caught in. Maybe you're just trying to unwind after a long day. Maybe you're at a party and need to act fast so everyone can get their smoke on. Whatever situation you're in, we've thought of a variety of ways to get you out of those awkward moments. If you're like many of us, you'll want to pregame with a little toke before meeting up with friends. Yeah, you'll be smoking there, but some personal meditation never hurt anyone. Thankfully, when you're in a well-stocked house, you've got a world of options for weed grinding when your grinder isn't around. Considering the word "grinder" is included in the name, it kind of had to appear on this list, didn't it? Just like you would coffee beans, throw your buds in there and grind away! You'll want to clean the thing out first, unless you want to smoke your coffee too (which we do NOT recommend). You should also clean it out afterwards unless you want some "special" coffee the next day. • Clean the grinder well before and after grinding your weed. • Make sure you're packing the bud loosely and not overwhelming the grinder. • Adjust grind time and settings (if applicable) to make sure your weed doesn't become a fine powder. If you don't have a coffee grinder around, there's still an old classic you can try. People call weed "herb" sometimes, so it makes sense that you can use a pestle and mortar to grind it down. Like the grinder, though, you'll want to clean it off well before AND after using it for this purpose. • Let your nugs dry out for a few hours outside a container. That way, you avoid smoking regular herbs or eating "herb" with your dinner. • It might take some time, especially if the pestle is smooth and rounded. An equally effective option, there's no reason you can't treat your favourite greens like the kind you eat.
It's also probably one of the simplest methods on the list. Throw your weed on the cutting board and dice it until you've got it at a ground, but not powdery, consistency. Ideally, you should be using a non-serrated blade, preferably a chef's knife. However, almost any knife will do as long as it's got a decently sharp blade. • While not necessary, letting your nugs dry out for a bit will make this a much easier task. • Make sure you watch your fingers, as the nugs may be quite small. Considering how light and uncompressed nugs can be, note that they'll let the knife pass through easily.
• As was the case with the other methods, overkill is possible.