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May 18, 2022

How to recognize high class weed

Although it can even be hard for experienced weed smokers to identify high-quality plants, there are several traits that can differentiate good weed from the bad. In this article, we’ll talk about three ways to spot the good stuff.


High-quality marijuana plants are known to have a pleasant and distinct scent. When a flower produces a strong scent, it’s referred to as a “dank,” which is a loud or distinct odor that indicates the quality of the plant. There are a variety of terms used to describe the types of scents that can be emitted by high-quality marijuana, such as skunk, pine, and diesel. The stronger the scent, the more nuanced the experience will be.


Look for a few visual clues to help you assess the quality of a high-end plant, just like fresh, healthy fruit. A top-shelf strain can readily display a brilliant rainbow of hues, although all good cannabis should be visually pleasing. Flowers with fiery orange or red hairs are usually of high class. Colours ranging from deep purple to vivid blue can be expressed by them.


When you touch or gently press a top-shelf bloom, it should feel sticky and slightly spongy. The stems should snap and the bud should break apart easily, but it should not be fully dry or crumble when touched. Buds that are overly damp or soft, on the other hand, have a higher risk of growing or carrying mold or mildew.

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