You might smoke it as a last resort, but only as a last resort. Reggie is generally going to be very dry, and full of seeds and stems.
This is what you call loud weed. When you get top-shelf you better expect a smell that is going fill the room. It will always depend on the strain but you’re probably going to encounter a very skunky very dense smell with this caliber of kush, with fruity, sweet, or vanilla notes introduced to the mix depending in the strain.
A good mid-grade weed is going to be nice and leafy with bright green parches and some darker green notes are thrown into the mix as well.
It’s not necessarily the worst taste in the world but it does lack the nuanced flavor that some of the top shelf strains are able to boast.
When we talk about weed quality, there is no topping a nice, dank, beaster. Dank weed is really an advent of the medical and now recreational era. This stuff has been engineered through science to be as dope as possible.
In the past, the majority of marijuana was leafy and filled with stems. Today, the herb is getting stronger. Modern users have easy access to gorgeous, potent, flower-tinted weed laden with beautiful THC crystals. If you purchase your pot from a licensed dispensary in a state where weed is legal, you have access to top-shelf marijuana, also known as ‘dank.’
In the end, there is no comparison. The gulf in quality between ‘regs’ and ‘mids’ weed is far greater than the gap between ‘dank’ and ‘mids.’ Reggie weed is barely tolerable and more likely to make you sick than high. In contrast, mid-grade pot usually offers a pleasant smoking sensation and is sure to give inexperienced users a welcome high.
What Is ‘Mids’ Cannabis?
Short for ‘Reggie,’ ‘regs’ is a low-grade form of cannabis. It is renowned for possessing low levels of THC along with a strange; some would say foul odor. This is the kind of dirt weed that any marijuana connoisseur will avoid. Most people usually only smoke it as a last resort. It is dry, filled with stems and seeds, and provides a smoking experience so harsh that a coughing fit is almost a certainty.
Age could also cause ‘mids’ to become too dry or brown. The discoloration happens because of how the weed was harvested, dried, cured, and stored. It is common for people to grow mid-grade marijuana outdoors or beneath cheap coverings. The pot often has a grass-like taste because of suboptimal curing.
In the marijuana world, ‘mids’ relates to marijuana that is in the middle in terms of quality and potency. It is not low-grade schwag, nor is it top shelf dank. ‘Mids’ cannabis is becoming very popular in the Golden State because legalization has caused prices to skyrocket. The industry has come a long way from the Mexican brick weed we used to buy. With a THC content of no more than 5%, it only packed a punch if you were a new user. It also led to some pretty harsh smoking experiences.
The smell and scent of cannabis buds are produced by plant chemicals known as “terpenes” (also “terpenoids”, which are a class of terpenes).
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New growers also tend to hastily spend money on CO2, supplements or expensive nutrients when controlling the humidity in their setup could make a much bigger difference in their final product.
Supplements in the Flowering Stage
But if you were to focus on just ONE thing to improve with your grow, the factor that makes the biggest difference to your quality (besides the strain) is the drying and curing process.
But although your growing methods are incredibly important, one of the most important things to focus on is when you harvest, as well as the process of drying/curing your buds after harvest.
Over time, any grower (especially indoor growers) will see that great air quality is a big contributor to star-quality buds. Air flow and ventilation are essential if you want to create perfect air quality.