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Old 08-20-2020, 01:30 AM #4141
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Looking good my friend try one at 40c for 6 hours, 12 hours, 18 hours if you like and see what the difference is after 5 days.
Unfortunately Northern Lights is not a very psychoactive strain so it will not do much more than make it very smooth smoking.
But its good to get the technique right for when you have something stronger and more trippy.
This technique especially if you intend chewing the result really starts to show its power when used on strong sativas as it is in Africa. But lets see if you can experience the joys of the sweet fermented aroma so when you have something trippy to cure you will know what to look for.
Looking good so far the dehydrator looks like its a good one.
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Looking good my friend try one at 40c for 6 hours, 12 hours, 18 hours if you like and see what the difference is after 5 days.
Unfortunately Northern Lights is not a very psychoactive strain so it will not do much more than make it very smooth smoking.
But its good to get the technique right for when you have something stronger and more trippy.
This technique especially if you intend chewing the result really starts to show its power when used on strong sativas as it is in Africa. But lets see if you can experience the joys of the sweet fermented aroma so when you have something trippy to cure you will know what to look for.
Looking good so far the dehydrator looks like its a good one.
My man, thanks for your time and attention. Already found list of your favourite strains, ordered all of them. Found your reply little late, so took one at 22hr and other at 24. Drying them currently and sealing for 5 days.
It's fun to try with any strain to cure faster, as I got from reading this thread.
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Sealed them after drying. But the darkest one got some moist inside, reopened, dried and sealed again.

Here the future cobs.
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Sealed them after drying. But the darkest one got some moist inside, reopened, dried and sealed again.

Here the future cobs.
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That looks perfect so far my friend dry any excess moisture from the sweat and seal up to cure.
Inspect in 5 days or so please post post pics again in 5 days to compare.
Killer strains you have for the next run they should be the ticket for the trippy cobs thats for sure my friend.
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That looks perfect so far my friend dry any excess moisture from the sweat and seal up to cure.
Inspect in 5 days or so please post post pics again in 5 days to compare.
Killer strains you have for the next run they should be the ticket for the trippy cobs thats for sure my friend.
Thank you, my friend. Will update when ready.
The moisture was not from sweating. I dried it after till dry surface and sealed. After this some dark brown juice come out inside sealed pack. Looks like it was too wet.
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If you haven't tried a Wake & Bake with a spliff of shaved 3 1/2 month old Malawi cob . . . well . . . you are missing one of life's pleasures. It will put a rosy glow on a dismal day - even in the middle of a pandemic!

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Thank you, my friend. Will update when ready.
The moisture was not from sweating. I dried it after till dry surface and sealed. After this some dark brown juice come out inside sealed pack. Looks like it was too wet.
The juice will not hurt its just that juice it doesn't get you high I have tried it ha ha.
Feel free to re open one and dry a little more just to compare the end result from a drier cob to a moister cob.
They will both be different.
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Thank you once again, Tangwena.
Oh I remember that feeling very well from when I still used to smoke brother.
Nothing gets you going like a nice smoke of aged cob first thing.
I used to just like sucking on the unlit joined if it was from a nice terpy cob pure bliss.
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This thread is so inspiring. I’ll need to re-read another dozen times but I’m hopefully getting waist deep into cobbling this fall. Think I’ve got a few strains that might excite you Tangwena.

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Thank you Tangwena and everyone else for this amazing thread!
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