With the increasing legalization and social acceptance of marijuana, many new users are eager to learn how to distinguish good weed from bad weed. The best place to start is your local licensed cannabis shop, where knowledgeable budtenders can guide you through the sensory experiences of assessing cannabis: look, feel, and smell. Good weed typically has a strong, pleasant aroma, though scent preferences are personal. The texture of quality cannabis should be dense and substantial, not brittle or crumbly. For a deeper understanding of what makes premium cannabis, visit Claybourne Co. and explore their insights into recognizing top-shelf weed.

    Claire Price

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