Posted on

picking seeds and stems from weed

Weed stems are notorious for giving users bad headaches and ones that are known to linger. very similar to smoking resin. This is especially true if you are someone who is prone to developing headaches or migraines throughout the day. If you are trying to avoid getting a headache or a migraine, smoking marijuana stems is not a good idea.

The process is a little more complicated than the simple description we will provide. All you have to do is strip down your weed stems into smaller fibers, twist them around each other, and secure them using beeswax. You now have a healthy, safe wick to burn when you need a flame!

It Contains No THC

Remember how we recommended that you make your own oils earlier in the article? You can use this same method to make your own topical creams that can then be rubbed in the skin to provide certain benefits. You can take the oil that you make and then add it to other essential massage oils. You can even combine it with lotions and creams that you can rub on your body once the mixture sets.

Conclusion

As with marijuana stems, cannabis seeds are relatively versatile. Whether you want to start growing your weed plants or sell your seeds (make sure that this is legal in the state that you live in first), prepare the seeds and eat them as you would with hemp seeds. You can also try to extract the oils in the seeds. You are guaranteed to find a way to get the most out of your marijuana seeds so that you are not forced to throw them away and waste them.

The uses for marijuana leaves and stems are numerous. Sugar leaves are some of the most useful. Sugar leaves are the smaller leaves that you find in your buds. They are often completely coated with a resinous layer of cannabis trichomes giving them a ‘sugary’ appearance. You can use sugar leaves to make THC butter (cannabutter) or hash (dry sift or ice hash). Or you can simply vape the sugar leaves.

Learning how to make weed tea with leaves is one of the more popular ways to reuse cannabis harvest left-overs. You can dry the leaves or use them freshly picked to make tea from. Some use the cannabis leaves as salad leaves, or even juice them, though the strong taste may not be to everyones liking.

Trying to use all parts of the cannabis plant is increasingly popular with those that grow their own cannabis seeds. If you do grow your own weed then you may want to focus your cultivation purely on the best yielding cannabis seeds. The following links and seed recommendations are essential reading for the yield conscious growers.

Turn cannabis roots into tea or topicals

Other ideas on what weed stems can be used for include drying/grinding them for use in baking or tea. Weed tea with stems is a treat for some growers. Can you smoke weed stems? It’s a common question but THC production from weed stems is very low. Using weed stems to make potent edible cannabis products is also not recommended for the same reason.

Many of those that grow their own cannabis seeds treasure the potent buds and simply throw away the rest of the plant. If you have ever wondered what to do with leftover leaves and stems read on for some inspiration.

Even the old soil used to grow your cannabis seeds in can be reused. Many old-school growers will recycle their coco fibre or soil. Usually the soil will need amending with fresh minerals and nutrients. This is usually only recommended for experienced professionals that can lab test the soil and adjust it accordingly. Those new to cannabis seed growing are always recommended to start with fresh soil.
Organic growers will claim that organic soil is the most suitable for re-use, especially when used with slow release organic nutrients such as those from BioTabs.

Once you have harvested the buds from your cannabis plant you may be left asking yourself what to do with fan leaves and stems etc. Every part of the cannabis plant can be put to good use. Some parts, such as the resin coated leaves, can be used to make some bonus hash, stash or cannabis concentrates.