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Call or Text Us: (858) 375-6652 Email Us: [email protected] The sale of cannabis plants in West Virginia is currently prohibited. We strongly advise against cultivating marijuana for recreational use. Acquire and reserve your favorite cannabis strains as novelty items, the medicinal use of marijuana will be legalized soon!

With replacements at no cost, a special West Virginia Discount and the choice from +30 strains, there's no reason not to buy cannabis seeds. Call or Text Us: (858) 375-6652 Email Us: [email protected] The sale of cannabis plants in Wisconsin is currently prohibited. We strongly advise against cultivating marijuana for recreational use. Acquire and reserve your favorite cannabis strains as novelty items, the medicinal use of marijuana will be legalized soon! With replacements at no cost, a special Wisconsin Discount and the choice from +30 strains, there's no reason not to buy cannabis seeds. Call or Text Us: (858) 375-6652 Email Us: [email protected] The sale of cannabis plants in Wyoming is currently prohibited.

We strongly advise against cultivating marijuana for recreational use. Acquire and reserve your favorite cannabis strains as novelty items, the medicinal use of marijuana will be legalized soon! With replacements at no cost, a special Wyoming Discount and the choice from +30 strains, there's no reason not to buy cannabis seeds. Call or Text Us: (858) 375-6652 Email Us: [email protected] For us to help patients the soonest, patients can place orders online by sending us your phone number and short message. Before I start, let me go ahead and state that you’re going to want to have a four-piece grinder when doing this. It is better for you to have a finer mesh screen between the bottom two chambers as well, as that will prevent particles of bud from falling into the kief catcher and polluting it. I’ll also detail the process before I detail the “science” behind it. Lastly, this will render your bud much less potent. Remember, more kief means less trichomes on your bud and the more money you save! To begin, you’re going to want to keep the bud you want to grind up in your freezer. I found that about five grams of kief-y weed yielded about half a gram of kief. When you grind up your bud, be sure to have at least a coin the size of a dime inside, and shake after each grind for about a minute. You’re also going to want to have another container to keep the ground bud in, unless your grinder has a massive chamber. After every two or three full chambers of bud, you’re going to want to leave the grinder in the freezer for about five minutes. Take it out and give it a good slam on a hard surface to knock any stuck kief off of the screen. This prevents your screen from becoming clogged and helps with the kief collecting process. We use the freezer for both the bud and the grinder for two separate reasons, actually. First, by placing the bud in the freezer, we allow the Trichomes to become solid and brittle. When you grind up partly frozen trichomes, they not only fall off easier, but they are lest likely to burst and create sticky bud (yet yield no kief). By adding the coin and shaking the grinder, the coin will knock off even more trichomes than just grinding because of the force of the impact. The reason for placing the grinder in the freezer is to cause the metal to contract (shrink). This not only creates space between the mesh screen, allowing stuck trichomes to fall through, but also prevents the kief from sticking to the inside of the grinder. A nice hard knock on a solid surface will dislodge any that hung on despite the cold.

If you’re in the market, get my personal favorite, it’s both affordable & i’ve found to be amazing at capturing kief / pollen! There's nothing better than opening the bottom chamber of your grinder and finding a small mountain of dust — otherwise known as kief. While it may not look like much, kief is actually the most potent part of the cannabis plant. It's made by separating the trichomes, which contain the plant's cannabinoids and terpenes, from the rest of your flower.

Kief is often dubbed “nature's concentrate,” but unlike other types of concentrates, it is both inexpensive and easy to make at home. Depending on your location, the price of a gram of flower fluctuates between under $7 and nearly $20.

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