It has finally happened – the world is beginning to recognize the benefits of cannabis. Not only can the plant provide materials for clothing, building, and much more, but the buds that grow from the plant can provide relief for those who suffer from a number of ailments, both physical and psychological. Now that different strains are being studied and the types of ailment that each strain will treat effectively are identified, medical cannabis can be sorted and marketed to those who need them. If you have different issues that you use medical marijuana to treat, you probably store a few different strains at home so that you can choose the buds that will treat what ails you. Here, you'll find a few tips to help you store your cannabis safely and prevent it from drying out or growing mold.
Invest in Oxygen-Free Storage Jars
Oxygen-free storage jars keep oxygen exposure to a minimum. This will do a few things for you, like protecting the buds from over-drying, minimizing odors, and preventing contamination between different strains.
These jars come in various styles, but they will all work pretty much the same way — they seal tightly to prevent any air from getting into the jar while the buds are being stored.
Tip: Be sure to label your jars so that you can pick and choose the buds to treat what you need them to. Include information about the type of buds and the ailments that they are meant to treat. This way, you won't accidentally ingest buds that increase anxiety when you're trying to reduce anxiety.
Locking Medicine Cabinet
If you have kids in the house, this is a must-have. You want to have easy access to your buds, but you don't want the kids and teens in the house to be able to get into it. You could put it in a safe in your bedroom, or you could spend a little money on a locking medicine cabinet for your bathroom. This way, you have easy access to the buds when you need them, the exhaust fan to run to reduce the smells, and the lock to keep them away from those who shouldn't have them.
These tips will help you keep your buds as fresh, safe, and as odorless as possible. Talk with your local cannabis budtender to discuss the strains that will treat what ails you. Before you know it, you'll be feeling much better and you won't have to worry about your buds when you're not home.