How To Know Whether You Bought Good or Bad Cannabis

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Trichomes
are
the
fine
crystals
found
on
buds

they’re
what
makes
weed
sticky
and
what
gives
dank
weed
that
beautiful
powdered
sugar
look.

Trichomes
contain
resin
and
a
good
majority
of
cannabinoids,
otherwise
known
as
the
compounds
that
get
you
high
so
their
presence
is
important.

Good
weed
will
have
A
LOT
of
trichomes
and
be
at
least
slightly
sticky
when
you
touch
it

there’s
a
reason
“that
sticky
icky”
is
glorified
in
rap
songs,
it’s
good
weed.
Bad
weed
will
feel
dry
and
not
have
all
those
dank
crystals
covering
it.

Color
is
another
clue
to
the
quality
of
your
weed

if
the
flower
material
has
a
rich
coloring,
whether
it’s
deep
green
or
contains
purple
streaks
(we’re
looking
at
you
Purple
Haze),
then
it’s
probably
at
least
decent.

Low
quality
flowers
look
yellowish
or
brown.

Yellow
may
indicate
that
the
flower
was
grown
on
a
sick
plant
or
that
it
didn’t
get
enough
sunlight,
both
will
produce
a
lower
THC
count
than
a
healthy
plant
grown
in
full
sun.
A
brown
color
may
indicate
oxidation,
meaning
that
it’s
been
around
for
a
while,
and
time
is
the
killer
of
even
the
dankest
buds.


In
nice
buds,
there
are
no
seeds,
certainly
not
visible
ones,
the
shape
is
appropriate
for
the
strain,
and
there
is
no
mold
or
mildew.

Reggie
buds
may
lack
structure,
feel
“fluffy”,
have
loads
of
seeds,
and
perhaps
worst
of
all,
contain
mold.

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