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It's always a great feeling to find money in a random coat pocket by surprise. "$20 bucks, heck yeah!"

It's also quite a treat to finally come across that bag of weed you hid a couple of months ago. The excitement builds just the same... but the disappointment sets in after lighting it up.It's stale.

No one likes to smoke stale weed. So, how do you keep it from going stale, even if you didn't forget where you hid it?

Keeping Your Marijuana Stash Fresh

If you improperly store your marijuana, you run the risk of a flavorless, bland, and non-potent experience. As Colorado cannabis connoisseurs, we have the low down on keeping your flower fresh. Consider the following when taking care of your buds:

Four Maximum Freshness Factors for Stashing Cannabis

  1. Reduce Light- When exposed to light, the best part of the cannabis plant, the trichomes, degrade. Trichomes are the home of the cannabinoids (like THC and CBD) and the terpenes (the delicious flavors and aromas).
  2. Balance Humidity- Weed must have the perfect amount of humidity. Too much humidity, mold and mildew grow. Not enough humidity, you get stale dry buds. The ideal humidity level for cannabis is between 59% and 63%.
  3. Cool Temperature- Prevent terpene evaporation and microbial growth by keeping your weed at temperatures below the range of 78- and 86- degrees Fahrenheit.
  4. Control Oxygen Levels/Air Flow- When too much oxygen gets to your marijuana the lifetime of fresh buds gets shorter and shorter. It's important to limit the amount of oxygen flowing in and out of your container and to fill your container to the rim.

What's the perfect cannabis storage environment that considers all four maximum freshness factors?

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Curing Cannabis Plants- This very gradual drying process involves moderate humidity and mild temperatures, preserving the dimensionality of cannabis plants and the consumption experience. The better and more gradual the curing process, the more sophisticated a grower's yields become, including preserved aromas, flavors, and potency.