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Humidity in a room when storing final product

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by justgas_, Nov 27, 2022.

  1. Hello,
    I have a problem with my stuff.
    Every time I get it and place it to the jars in my room, after like 3 maybe 4 days buds got kinda wet even when i never opened the jar. I have some cheap rh and temp meters and i noticed that in my room there is always like 70-72 RH.
    I know its maybe stupid question, but it is possible that bigger RH in a room really affects it and destroys that aroma, smell and taste?
    I thought that when i have good jar, RH in a room shouldnt affect it that much, but i guess i was wrong.
    Unfortunately i think even if i try to place it to other room now with good RH, it will never be the same again.
    What do you think?
    Sorry for my english and thanks for answers.
  2. the rule 7 days at 70f at 70%Rh

    is what most of us do without a cannatrol (tm)
    find a line and hang for the above conditions perhaps discreetly or use the grove bags
    aim for long and slow to later save your throat

    good luck
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  3. A good jar and a 58 percent humidity pack maybe but it sounds like the bud is already full of moisture in which you now risk the problem of having it mold. I lost an 1/8 of some purple kush a while back as I went on vacation and the humidity in my house spiked to 75 percent while I was gone as the ac failed so the bud literally molded in that time from t he excess moisture. But 70-75 % is way too high for cannabis storage. You want 60 percent max if you can.
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  4. Thank you guys. I think my room really fucked it up. I had like 2ozs, 2-3 days in this room and its as u said - moist, weird/no taste, burn good but no flavor or smell or anything... I will never do this mistake again.
    Do you think this applies for papers too? Can high humidity destroy or make rolling papers wet/unusable?
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  5. very much so
  6. will lighting candles help with humidity ? maybe use some of those packs that work to absorb moisture or something
  7. I have no idea, but what if you DID removed the lids once or twice a day?

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