If you enjoy a citrus-y taste to your sticky weed, you can try this. If your weed is dry, cut up an orange peel or lemon peel and put it in an airtight jar with your cannabis. Wait a few days, and now you will have your sticky weed back.
My weed is sticky, what should I do? The answer is simple, the resin from the plant is why you have sticky weed. Be grateful, enjoy. You have some of the highest quality weed, the golden nugget as some might say.
If there are no seeds in your sticky marijuana, and the color is rich green, then you have good quality sticky marijuana.
Beautiful coffee and chocolate aroma. The sweet,comfortable qualities are abundant in this sticky marijuana hybrid strain.
How to turn your dry weed to sticky weed
Get yourself a brown lunch bag or grocery bag put you sticky weed nugs in the bag, then close the bag for a couple of hours. If the weed is not too damp this will do the trick However if your sticky weed is truly damp, then the solution is to continue the curing process. You will need an airtight jar, place your buds in the jar and rotate between closing and opening the jar for periods during the day. This process, depending on how damp your sticky weed is, could take a day or two. For extreme cases it could take up to a week or more.
Here are Some Sticky Weed Strains You Might Enjoy.
The resin from the plant or the essential oil is similar to the sap of a plant. This is produced from the trichomes. There are three different types of trichomes; we will be discussing the capitate-stalk trichome: these trichomes are the most abundant on the plant. Trichomes also produce terpenes and cannabinoids; there is the thought that these have been instrumental in shrinking tumors and fighting cancer cell.
My weed is sticky, what should I do? The answer is simple, the resin from the plant is why you have sticky weed.