Hey Blades, So, to give you a little background, I live in a very dry climate...and it totally sucks to try and dry/cure properly. Our low low humidity levels cause my plants to dry out too quickly, resulting in a hay smell more than anything else. I wanted to have my stash be as top shelf as possible, ensuring a nice slow dry, and cure. FickySiskers threw an idea my way to introducing a slow dry by using Boveda Humidipaks. They are great packs from what I read for tobacco, ensuring a two way process to allow a very small margin of change in RH over time. I will be curing in this manner (subject to change depending on the experiment): Chop the plant and allow to dry 1-3 days until a little crisp. Dry trim and manicure Jar with my Caliber IV hygrometer and wait 24 hrs to see what moisture pulls back out Introduce my first Boveda pack, 72% RH. I will need to closely monitor and probably burp for a few days to ensure I dont pickup some bud rot or something. Over a few days is monitoring goes well, I will step down to the 69% RH, and monitor. And so the process goes for a week or so until I step down to 65 and 62% RH Boveda. I like the idea of the 62% RH pak as it is specifically made for cure and storage of Cannabis according to Boveda's website. Once I step down to this 62, I will allow to sit without burping for a week or three, and test them! Please feel free to follow and help me out thru this process. It will be a completely experimental process for me, so any suggestions along the way I will appreciate greatly! Pics soon, I currently have an Auto Fem Pineapple Express to chop within the next couple days, and she smells LOVELY. Great musky pineapple aroma and coated with resin that I hope to preserve thru this process.