5 weed hacks to take advantage of the COVID-19 winter

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While people should avoid hoarding at this point, having an adequate supply of weeds during the holiday season is a good investment.

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Maria Loreto • • The fresh toast

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November 29, 2020 • • November 30, 2020 • • Read for 2 minutes • • Join the conversation A good smoking room can change the smoking experience.  /. A good smoking room can change the smoking experience. /. Photo by rez-art / iStock / Getty Images Plus

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Winter is getting closer and closer and it will be one to remember, for better or for worse. With fewer incentives and opportunities to go out and have fun, it looks like a lot of our time is being spent indoors. Some probably smoke weed.

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While it is advisable to have a healthy mix of different activities, perhaps you should expect to spend more time smoking cannabis as the holidays are approaching and the years have been very busy. In that case, here are five weed hacks to consider for the coming winter.

Buy enough weed to keep yourself well looked after

While people should avoid hoarding at this point, having an adequate supply of weeds during the holiday season is a good investment. Next time you buy, make sure you buy enough to hold in stock for a couple of weeks. That way, any associated exposure can be minimized and you can focus on the parts of the holiday season that are fun and not as stressful.

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Store cannabis properly

When purchasing significant quantities of weeds, it is important to store them so as not to waste money or product. Do not store large quantities of weeds in plastic bags or they will lose their stickiness. Place cannabis in mason jars with airtight lids and in areas away from direct sunlight or extreme temperatures. This maintains the quality of your product without losing its smell or taste.

Have a comfortable smoking room

A good smoking room can change the smoking experience. Whether it is a bedroom or a couch, make the space comfortable and inviting, in a place where it is comfortable to spend hours. Make sure there is a window nearby to remove the odor when the air becomes clear.

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Get healthy snacks

The holidays are already a tough time for everyone. If any of these people get intense nibbles, try to minimize the stress by stocking up on healthy snacks that can be saved and preserved. Limit your purchases of junk food as these are likely to look particularly appetizing after smoking a joint.

Build up the kief store

Buy a grinder with an extra tier on the bottom that is perfect for storing kief. Build up reserves and use them to get an extra kick when smoking joints. Kief will naturally build up without you having to put in a lot of effort. Just keep the grinder in a dark and cool place without affecting the quality of the kief.

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