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  • when i get my Oz’s i dry em a bit in a jar and then cure them till i run out of weed.

    it improves them a bit cause they do come a bit compressed and slightly moist. (harsh smoking) i think i’ll try water curing them next time.

    I’m trying water cure right now, what’s annoying is peps saying how bad it taste but ignorantly forget the potency’s up and the smell down.
    To bad for them I get to smoke it while they read my review

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  • you water cure ‘wet’ weed?
    i just realised this is sort of akin to water retting! which is part of the processing of the plant into fiber. its also done with linen .

    interesting.. never thought of this before.

    ( ′w�d�ər ′red�iŋ )
    ( microbiology) A type of retting process in which the stalks of fiber plants are immersed in cold or warm, slowly renewed water, for 4 days to several weeks. The active organism is Clostridium felsineum and related types, which break down the pectin to a mixture of organic acids (chiefly acetic and butyric), alcohols (butanol, ethanol, and methanol), carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), and hydrogen (H 2
    I’m water curing a HARVESTED plant, trimmed and then submerged.

    I drake some of the water to see if it was similar to herb tea, yea and sweet too. (won’t make a habit of it)

    Going to 5 days as Jonnytree likes to end it, I’m making his bud dryer with the same materials.

    This is for early bud over the dry cure that will be ready in 2 months total

    So the water cure is an excellent way of not robbing the potency, taste, of the jar cure coming up
    To clarify, is doesn’t increase the THC but retains more of the THC in the process and striping the bad stuff away.

    Edited by Lumix, 03 October 2009 – 12:50 AM.

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