1. I grow all organic non-gmo in soil and food grade equipment and never pesticides , but I still rinse my buds (plain clean gentle room temp water bath only) . Just to rinse off any surface impurities . Most things become MORE Toxic when burned! Many choose a more chemical grow style and think it all just magically goes away at harvest (it doesn't!). Outdoor crops are always washed (fruits,veggies and other) and inspected for quality , Why wouldn't people expect the same with a plant used topically,ingested,smoked,vaped or whatever , especially when any chemical/pesticides are used. (not all pesticides/fertilizers/products are meant for use on ingested/smoked plants)You don't clean the Forrest , you clean what is brought in from outside before putting it in your body . Outdoors or inside, many things unseen will find their way to plants(especially when sprayed on) , Most people just don't want to smoke it. Many just grow a few plants for privet use at home (not a lab), and life can be messy anywhere, so a rinse shouldn't be unheard of . Have a great day all you dirty bud smokers out there , I'll stick with my NON-GMO,NON-PESTICIDE/CHEMICAL , All organic triple rinsed hippy home grown.

  2. I've followed your method..and it definitely made the herb very smoooth..no bite at all even when taking big rips..pretty cool..I did have a substantial amount of leafy crap come out of my product that was washed..
    From the surrounding trees and plant life..not from trimming..and a couple of little spiders..but that's it..the process didnt appear to knock tricombs off..so that's a myth..I could see if you used hot water..would trash your herb..
    Trying to dry out the washed herb was tricky ..slow dry proper temp and humidity control is definitely needed and should be set up and ready to accept your washed herb ..no sense washing off dirt and mold to grow fresh mold..hahaha..great video..import tool of knowledge to have in my growing arsenal to combat future probable issues..
    Oh..never use a fan to dry.
    Wont you lose your Terps if it drys to fast?

  3. Do you know any kind of alternatives to lemon juice due to allergy? I have never bud washed but I've been battling spider mites and I'm trying to wash this run, but cant find an alternative to lemon juice

  4. It’s amazing how many “experts” here have forgotten weed wasn’t invented a laboratory. It’s a plant from nature. It’s been rained on once or twice throughout history. It gets wet. The THC lives. Dipping a fresh plant in water isn’t going to wash off all or even a significant amount of trichomes. Calm down kiddos. If you have powdery mildew or bud rot, try a wash. Then dry it accordingly, making sure to monitor RH levels.

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