Willing to pay more for top-shelf flower

Shopping at unusual cannabis dispensaries in my local areas allows me to be entirely identifiable about the quality of weed I smoke. I’ve learned the producers, strains and even grow methods that I prefer. There are subtle differences in indoor grown and sungrown cannabis. There is entirely a noticeable elevation in flavor, effects and even the burn of the bud when the plant has been allowed to fully mature. Proper cultivation and processing methods are severely substantial. I am willing to pay more for top shelf flower that is free of sticks and seeds. I don’t want to see any hint of webs that might indicate spider mites or fuzzy mold. I look for dense buds that supply a texture anywhere in-between sticky and dry and crumbly. The weed needs to have a vibrant red color, possibly with flecks of orange, and bright orange pistils. If the hair-like pistils are white, I know the weed was harvested prematurely. If they are a brownish-gray, the marijuana is most likely old. There needs to be an abundance of mushroom-shaped, crystal-like trichomes. Those tiny trichomes are where the cannabinoids and terpenes are found, giving the weed its potency, flavor and smell. I always supply the dried flower the sniff test. The odor of cannabis is unmistakable… Because of the terpenes, the flower can be dank, diesel, citrusy or peppery in smell. It should never smell like hay or have a musty odor. I have been severely satisfied with the level of flower I’ve bought from the local dispensaries. I’ve discovered some easily amazing strains.



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