Now that I’m buying all of our cannabis in an seriously dry and arid town care about Denver, Colorado, I never get moldy batches of weed.
Struggling with sinus and respiratory dust sensitivities is terrible enough regardless of what kind of region in which you reside. But when your dust sensitivities are constantly aggravated by environmental triggers that are particularally terrible in your area, it can be seriously frustrating coping with the weekly symptoms. For me it was the horrors of mold spores growing up near the humid swamplands. They would get into our condo and wreak havoc if I didn’t keep the humidity level super low whenever I possibly could. It’s a lot harder to safely grow cannabis in this kind of environment as well. Dehumidifiers have to be used in both the grow rooms and the curing rooms to prevent mold spores from propagating and spreading throughout a crop. Large amounts of cannabis plants can be lost from mold, or “bud rot” as it is often called. I struggled to find fantastic cannabis at dispensaries in our beach condo state without occasionally getting batches that had a “musty” aroma upon opening and would give me headaches and a runny nose whenever I’d smoke them. Now that I’m buying all of our cannabis in an seriously dry and arid town care about Denver, Colorado, I never get moldy batches of weed. All of the cannabis that I have purchased from the many dozen peculiar dispensaries that I’ve personally visited here has been clean and mold-free. People claim that the weed in California is better than the weed in Colorado, even though I assume those people have yet to visit Denver and Boulder. The rocky mountains are a perfect climate for cannabis cultivation.