Curing Weed With the CVault

You’ve found the perfect combination of seed, soil and TLC for your plants so when you get to harvest time, it can feel like you’ve already put in the effort. It’s time to reap what you’ve sown and enjoy your bountiful weed harvest…or is it? Not so fast! After drying, you can begin curing weed with the CVault. 

Drying Your Cannabis 

After you’ve harvested your buds, you will need to dry them out. There is a lot of moisture content in the cannabis after harvesting and allowing them to dry out prevents the buds from growing mold. There are many different ways to dry your weed, but hanging it in a dry area for a week (or more if you live in a very wet climate) is the easiest way to do it. If you do not have the space or the ability to hang-dry your cannabis, you can lay it out on wire racks. You’ll need to make sure that you flip them regularly if you are drying the buds on a rack.

While hang or rack drying is easiest for personal growers, the process ramps up for commercial growers and cultivators. These drying methods can be scaled to meet commercial demands.

Curing Your Cannabis 

Curing your cannabis is essential if you want to pull out all the flavor profiles and also get the smoothest smoking experience. Curing with the CVault is one of the easiest ways to do it because you can control the humidity and keep it at an ideal level with the Boveda pack while also ensuring your weed is sealed in an airtight environment. The entire curing process can take 2-3 weeks depending on the environment. 

Unlike curing with large mason jars or other methods, curing with the CVault provides many benefits including: 

  • Sizes up to 50L for commercial operations 
  • Uniformity across batches because of the controlled environment 
  • An airtight seal 
  • Durable stainless steel that prevents light from impacting the cannabis

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