Doubt about using Boveda bags in too dry weed

Discussion in 'Harvesting and Processing Marijuana' started by Spoon745, Nov 2, 2022.

  1. Hello mates. This year two of the plants have dried very quickly (about 7 days) and a little more than I wanted, due to the climate in my area and the drying room.

    I have transferred them to glass jars and smoked them and they are quite good in flavor and effect, but I had thought of using some 58% or 62% Boveda bags for a better cure and storage?

    I have never used Boveda, is it advisable to use it in my case? to add a little moisture because a fast and too dry?

    Thank you very much and greetings!
  2. Hahaha wow this is a good machine

    Sorry I think I've confused the section where to post my thread, this forum its very big.

    I don't want to do an extraction or anything, only store the weed for smoking.

    Have a good day.
  3. If it got below 55% humidity then all biological activity the cure depends on has died / stopped and rehydrating won't change that. It will make it a bit more workable and less crumbly. You can just flick a few drops of water in each jar and seal back up for 24 hours then test by feel if it was enough or to much.

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  4. thanks mate. where would you put those drops of water? on the bottle walls? or can they touch the weed?
  5. What is the humidity in your jars after they've been sealed for 24 hours? There's lots of ways to add humidity, the Boveda packs are simply more convenient and precise, you can set it and forget it.
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  6. Either is fine. I just wet my fingers and flick some into the open jar or bucket. Seal it up overnight and check in the morning to see what I got. It really doesn't take much for a quart jar.

  7. Thanks for the responses.

    Finally, maybe I won't use Boveda, since the colleague tells me that it will not improve the quality of the flavor or effect since the herb dries up completely.

    I think I'll just keep the weed in the pot and open it once every day or couple of days...

    In any case, the herb tastes good, and it doesn't turn to dust just by touching it...

    I hope I do the right thing.

    thank you anyway!

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