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Paper bag method vs. food dehyrdator...

Discussion in 'Harvesting, Drying & Storage' started by §-Marijuana_Man-§, May 27, 2000.

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    §-Marijuana_Man-§ Guest

    I was just wondering which of the 2 methods for drying would provide the most potent and smoothest smoke. If dried in paper bags at room temp, about how long on average would it take to dry the buds and do you have to switch the buds to different bags as the bags get moist?

    Will drying it with the dehydrator make the smoke harsh?

    Do either of these methods reduce potency in any way?

    I have another question but I'll post it at another time in the Storage section. Thanks in advance for any help.

    Peace

    §-Marijuana_Man-§
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    Delta9 Guest

    The paper bag method is the better of the two, in my opinion. Even on it's lowest I find a dehydrator still leaves smoke harsh. One of the advantages of the slower bag method is that it gives the chlorophyll time to synthesize, leaving a less "green" taste to the smoke. Proper curing I feel would be more inclined to produce stronger weed.
    D9

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