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how to easily/perfectly get mold off cured weed!

Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by ubermench, Apr 21, 2012.


    ubermench New Member

    as i oopsed and molded some bud i was curing.i just got rid of the mold with an old 1970's trick.it dawned on me others may not know this method ,so here ya go.once the weed is dried ,soak it in luke warm water for 10 minutes.then remove gently squeeze the bulk water ,out and then place on a doubled up paper towel and let dry in a cool dark dry place.this usually takes only 12 to 15 or so hours to redry.its much faster drying than fresh picked weed.it will have no loss of potentcy,but the water soluable tar will come out.thc is fat,alcohol, either ect soluable but not water soluable.the weed will dry out darker green,where green,and other colors may or may not darken.the weed will have no mold or mold smell anymore.it will smoke smoother and more pleasently ,but the smell will not be quite as strong as befor water curing.but you'll now have ruined weed redeemed and safe/pleasent to smoke. happy trails to all !

    RedWhiteBlueGreen Well-Known Member

    Cheers for the idea dude - sounds interesting - tho can i ask, would that be enough to get rid of mould thats inside the bud?

    ubermench New Member

    if its very dence nug,you might want to water cure,change to new warm water and soak a second time for an additional10 minutes.i think you'll really like the smoothness of the smoke afterwards.you'll be able to take bigger hits with water cured weed,which is why some people beleave this method increases potentcy.it doe'nt but it can seem that way. enjoy& don't throw that molded weed out,just fix it!:peace:

    dieselman74 Member

    does this really work or not did you actually do this ..thanks:)
    chuck estevez

    chuck estevez Well-Known Member


    GardenSmoke New Member

    Did you ever get an answer by chance?

    Indacouch Well-Known Member


    Lordhooha Well-Known Member

    Holy thread revival batman! But if your. Worried about mold while drying and curing do the drying in paper bags never mold.

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