you want more mono terps in your smoke, you have to construct a controlled space to dry, small grow tent is easiest.
most of the time if your ambient humidity is below 60% you dont need a dehumidifier, just a fan will do.
if you are in the tropics look into peltier dehumidifiers and coolers for conditioning a small drying box.
in the first part of the drying process a fan will turn on to exhaust the tent and bring down the humidity but when you get to a certain stage you will have to have a humidifeir to add moisture as soon as you drop below 60%.
the $39 two stage controller I use for humidity control in my dry space is this.
Inkbird Digital Pre-Wired Outlet Dual Stage Humidity Controller IHC-200
this is the humidifier I use, it's big enough for a bed room but will work in a tent too, it takes a bit of rewiring to bypass the built in humidistat so you can run it from the inkbird controller.
AIRCARE 831000 Space-Saver, White Whole House Evaporative Humidifier 2700 sq. ft
if you have a small tent or closet you could use a much smaller Evaporative Humidifier or even a small mist unit.
if you don't have the humidifier you can't slow the process down enough to keep the goodies in your buds, you want it to take 12-20 days or so before they are ready to jar or tote depending on how dense the buds are.
you only need air conditioning if you are in a really hot place with no access to a basement or air conditioned room in a house.
60-65 degrees is ideal but low seventies won't be a deal breaker.
this controller works well if you are cooling with a fan and it's dual stage if you need to add some heat at night.
Inkbird ITC-308 Digital Temperature Controller Outlet Thermostat, 2-stage, 1100W, with Sensor
my Outs are almost all dry now, cool and slow with crazy loud terps this year!!!