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Beginning your Flavor Cure

By Simi February 25, 2013 3254 Views Leave a comment Go to comments

Now that we have gone over the steps to properly cure your marijuana, you are ready to begin the process of adding different flavors to the buds. Again, newbies, please have a few cures under your belt before getting adventurous! You will be grateful for the experience, even though you are anxious to start experimenting. Remember, you do not want to have to throw out your entire harvest because you do not know what you are doing.

Beginning your Flavor Cure

Once your marijuana buds have cured for a few days, you can test their readiness by bending one of the buds very gently. If it emits a slight crackling sound, you are ready to move forward to the next step of flavor curing your marijuana. If it is still very damp, give it another day. This part of the process usually only takes about three days, so watch carefully.

First, you will need some specific equipment for this part of the process. Do not panic; these are low-cost items available in almost any store where there is a cooking or canning section. All of these items can also be ordered online, and since they are so commonly used, no one will think twice when you are purchasing them. This is a bonus for discretion!

  1. You will need a large jar with an airtight lid. This could be a quart sized canning jar with a wide mouth, a self-sealing jar with the latch-type lid, or even an old mayonnaise or peanut butter jar that has been  thoroughly cleaned.
  2. A length of cheesecloth. This is available in the cooking section of most larger stores, but is also widely available in craft stores or fabric stores. It is very inexpensive and comes in packages that will provide enough material for several cures. In a pinch, you can use a very  thin dishtowel, but the flavors are better when the cheesecloth is used.
  3. Thin cotton string such as kite string. Again, this can be found just about anywhere. I have also used ribbon, and really any type of thick string is fine. I just prefer the cotton string because it is easier for me to tie tightly.
  4. Your choice of flavoring agent. The recipes will follow, but be aware that you will need more than you think you will in order to get the best possible results.
  5. For citrus flavorings, you are going to need access to baking sheets and an oven. For other flavoring agents, a sharp kitchen knife will do the trick.

Now that you have all of the necessary equipment gathered up but before I start on the actual step-by-step instructions, a few words about cleanliness. It is vitally important to the success of the cure to make sure all of your equipment is completely clean and dry. Wash the jars with hot, soapy water and leave to air dry, and make sure your working surface is clean. Also wash your hands thoroughly. You want to prevent any kind of bacteria from being introduced in order to avoid problems.

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Faye Morilla February 25, 2013 at 10:29 AM Reply
I find this article very interesting in a way that marijuana can be added with different flavors by generating it into your buds. It’s getting more advantageous to all plant owners.
Jovete Tangent February 25, 2013 at 10:29 AM Reply
You’re right Faye! It can be an added experience to those beginners out there who are much interested about setting a different flavor to their marijuana buds.
Emmylou King February 25, 2013 at 10:30 AM Reply
Besides, it’s good. All you have to do is to follow for some simple steps and after you will be able to attain that success you are looking for your plants.

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