tin foil.

Discussion in 'Cannabis and Marijuana' started by sHIP of fools, May 26, 2007.

  1. sHIP of fools

    sHIP of fools Member

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    Since im taking a lil break i wanna insure that my weed stays fresh. What i've done it wrap the baggies it came in in tin foil, and then place this into a mint tin. Is this ok, or does the herb need to like "breathe" or something? Ya just never know, and i certainly like to be safe rather than sorry. Any hints/tips from summa you vets?
     
  2. jo_k_er_man

    jo_k_er_man TBD

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    the less air and moisture.. the better
     
  3. slinkie

    slinkie Member

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    Tips for fresh weed? Here ya goes:


    ~air tight mason jar.
    ~baggy sealed, wrapped in tin foil and kept in freezer.


    And those are about the only two methods that have never done me wrong. Good luck. :spliff:



    p.s. with the mason jar trick if you worry about it getting stale and/or dry, keep a slice of orange.. or a few skittles (for candy flavor/scent) in the jar with the bud.
     
  4. Roach

    Roach Member

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    Nowadays i just give weed to friends im not going to use, hate using old weed.
     
  5. CasieNmynameisjake07

    CasieNmynameisjake07 Member

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    Yah the herb needs air to breath. Its lungs need oxygen every few seconds or so.
     
  6. flowersinmyhair

    flowersinmyhair Member

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    i usually put mine in a sealed baggie in a tin in a metal filing cabinet
     
  7. Taylor

    Taylor Repatriated

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    I've kept weed for 6 weeks in a sealed baggie and not had any problems with dryness. But this was wonderful freshly cured stuff... If your weed is already pretty dry, you might want to keep some orange peel with it...
     

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