GroSkool 2.0: Curing the Dry Harvest

One more manipulation of the plant and then we can consume.  First we must “cure” the buds.  Here’s why:


Drying also converts THC from its non-psychoactive crude acidic form to its psychoactive pH-neutral form. Once dry, THC-potent marijuana can be smoked and you will get high. Every THC molecule must shed their moisture content before they are fully psychoactive. In other words fresh green marijuana will not be very potent . . . Taste and aroma improve when these pigments break down. Slow even drying – where the humidity is similar inside and outside the foliage – allows enough time for the pigments to degrade . . . Even though the plants appear to be dry, they still contain moisture inside. This moisture affects taste and potency. To remove this excess moisture, curing is necessary. Curing makes the bud uniformly dry and converts virtually all THC into its psychoactive form.

This full story can be found HERE.


How long might curing take? How complete do you want your bud? How patient are you?

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Author: DavidB

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