Hand-Washed


Definition - What does Hand-Washed mean?

Washing marijuana roots have been shown to remove any excess nutrients from the plant’s substrates. It also ensures that the substrates benefit from optimal nutritional values. It is recommended to hand-wash the buds after harvest to improve the overall quality of the product. Washing the buds by hand protects the terpenes, cannabinoids, and oils.


MaximumYield explains Hand-Washed

Outdoor-grown cannabis sometimes needs to be washed after harvesting because of mildew. In such cases, the buds may require a mix of water and peroxide.

Cleaning cannabis buds with peroxide can also enhance the plant’s trichs and taste while brightening up the profile. If you’re planning on using the harvest for edibles, you can substitute the peroxide for lemon juice and baking soda.

It is important to carefully handle the buds when washing them manually to prevent any damage. Most growers recommend soaking them in a bucket of water mixed with peroxide or lemon juice and allowing them to soak for a few minutes afterwards. This should encourage any mold or debris to float naturally to the surface.


This definition was written in the context of Cannabis
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