Have you ever seen a flower turn into powder while you were about to roll a joint? Find out how to rehydrate your weed reserve in record time with our three simple methods.
There’s nothing worse than dry grass. If this has ever happened to you, don’t worry, because your buds can be helped! With a little know-how, it is possible to rehydrate cannabis using a few simple techniques.
Some of them can even bring new flavours, while others can quickly destroy your reserves if you’re not careful. Although your herbs may not return to the same state as before, you can help it to (almost) regain its former glory.
THE BEST METHOD OF ALL – PREVENTION
The two most common reasons why weeds dry out beyond their optimum point are over-drying after harvest and improper storage.
CBD is a non-psychotropic molecule produced by the cannabis plant. Researchers believe that it could help combat inflammation and play a role for people with illnesses and sportsmen and women.
The CBD is increasingly popular among researchers and scientists because of its versatility. The non-psychotropic cannabinoid has been widely studied in recent years and has shown encouraging results in antispasmodic, neuroprotective and antioxidant potential. Studies have also considered the cannabinoid as a supportive agent in reducing inflammation. Inflammation is thought to be a contributing factor in various chronic diseases.
CBD AND THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM
CBD is formed as a secondary metabolite in the trichomes of the cannabis plant. The molecule interacts with the human body in various ways and functions in part through serotonin and vanilloid receptors.
Although research on the subject remains limited, studies and anecdotal evidence suggest many uses for cannabis roots. What are the potential benefits of these often overlooked parts of the plant?
It is no secret that cannabis has many uses. Thanks to the endocannabinoid system present in the body of all living things (except insects), the compounds in the cannabis plant interact with the receptors in our body and produce all the effects for which this plant has become famous.
The history of cannabis root use
It is rare nowadays to hear of people using cannabis roots for any reason. They are usually discarded as waste during the harvest. However, they have been used for therapeutic purposes for thousands of years. Chinese texts, dating back to 2700 BC,
Decarboxylation may sound complicated, but you’ve probably experienced it before. In simple terms, it means heating the cannabis and this is the only way to ensure that you get the most out of your food.
The phytochemicals in raw cannabis are very different to those found in the smoke after lighting your buds. Would you believe us if you ate a whole bag of raw cannabis, you wouldn’t get high? The truth is that raw cannabis does not contain any psychoactive molecules, or rather, it contains extremely small amounts. Instead, fresh, sticky buds are rich in precursors known as cannabinoid acids. This requires a heat-triggered chemical reaction known as decarboxylation. This makes it possible to produce the non-psychotropic cannabinoid acids, the cannabinoids we love so much.