Myherbsnow dryer

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Originally i purchased 1 herbs now dryer skeptical like many of us my initial thoughts was this is too good to be true, a product that would quickly dry your herbs and not lose any smell or taste.

The dryer has a preset timer at 96hrs(4 days) you may need more or less depending on density and your environment the temperature is also preset so all you have to do is trim up the buds and stack them up in the racks then hit the on button easy peasy.

At the 48 hr mark i would finish trimming as i like to leave the sugar leafs intact until dry then put buds back on dryer until stems either snapped or came close to it kinda your preference on that one then jarred up to begin curing all of this in 4 days or less..

The real testament to this product comes once you lite up sum bud after completely drying no loss of potency and best of all no hay smell needless to say i now own 2 myherbsnow dryers and will purchase more in the future with bigger models in the works

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Simplicio

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I have a food dehydrator that looks almost exactly like this.
When set to 105 F it can dry herb in about 10 hrs.
I smoke infrequently, and this can allow same day as harvest edibles.
The food dehydrator allows a temp setting between 90 F and 165 F.
It has a fan that blows up thru the herb from the bottom.
Unfortunately the fan has no speed control.

I'm wondering whether this "MyHerbsNow" device is a re-purposed food dehydrator that runs at low temp and low fan speed.

Does this device blow air up thru the herb, and is it noticeable? I'd guess the food dehydrator blows out a few cubic feet per minute at a few miles per hour.
If we could figure out exactly what this thing does, maybe a food dehydrator used in a unique way could duplicate it, much cheaper.
As an edible maker who cares little about smoke, I now dry under a basement AC/Furnace vent in 3 days.
My vaping friends are fine with it.
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IzzyTheGrower

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I have a food dehydrator that looks almost exactly like this.
When set to 105 F it can dry herb in about 10 hrs.
I smoke infrequently, and this can allow same day as harvest edibles.
The food dehydrator allows a temp setting between 90 F and 165 F.
It has a fan that blows up thru the herb from the bottom.
Unfortunately the fan has no speed control.

I'm wondering whether this "MyHerbsNow" device is a re-purposed food dehydrator that runs at low temp and low fan speed.

Does this device blow air up thru the herb, and is it noticeable? I'd guess the food dehydrator blows out a few cubic feet per minute at a few miles per hour.
If we could figure out exactly what this thing does, maybe a food dehydrator used in a unique way could duplicate it, much cheaper.
As an edible maker who cares little about smoke, I now dry under a basement AC/Furnace vent in 3 days.
My vaping friends are fine with it.
Amazon product
Yeah alot of people compare it to a food dehydrator i believe the temp is in the 80's and yes soon as you turn it on you can feel the air thru the vents

Its a very unique product that actually works just my 2 cents

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I just found your review now but I ordered one of these systems with the 3 extra trays last night. I live in an area where we experience temps from 90 degree F temps and 90% + RH-97% right now- to 20+ belowF and 30% RH and everything in between. Getting a good consistent dry down is a challenge. If the conditions are just right I have gotten good jar able dry downs in 4-6 days on my screens but that seems to be rare. Food dehydrators are simply too hot and quick. I can see how this system would work. I want a system that gives me consistency. 4 days is not a flash dry by any means. I didn't know if I bought snake oil or a better mouse trap. I'm in the very early stages of a grow so I won't know until Oct. I'm guessing that this thing works. BTW how much wet bud by weight can you get in one unit? He claims 1.5 oz dry bud per tray which would take at least 200 grams of wet bud per tray.
 
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I just ordered a multi-level food dehydrator with temp. adjustment down to 90˚F. I presume at worst this will just be for my own use, with my preference for rather dry buds as a vaporizer user.
 
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