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Orange Slices?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by BongSister567, May 27, 2009.

  1. Dunno if this has already been addressed, but whats the deal with the use of orange slices when you're storing green? Wouldn't the weed get moldy from the moisture?:smoking:
  2. Make sure you don't put the orange itself. Only 1 or 2 slices of the peal from the orange. No, it doesn't make your weed moldy. Well, not for mine. Make sure you store your weed in an airtight container or else you are kind of defeating the purpose.

    If your weed is already moist or just dry enough, you don't need to put the orange peal. It's only to get your weed more moist. I usually use the orange peal technique only if my weed is too dry.

  3. It moistens it up, and since i've never done it myself I can't be 100%, but i'm told if you leave it in too long it can make it moldy.
  4. what you do is this. if you weed is dry, put a little bit of the peel in the bag for two or three hours. it will moisturize the weed

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