What to do after your bud's too dry.

NoviceProfessor

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So the buds are pretty, full of trichromes and sampling has already proven the potency. Been curing in a jar in a nice cool dark place for a week. Still being fairly new, it just now dawned on me that I overdried it before starting the curing process.

Where do I go from here? I've been reading various tips about bringing moisture back. Everything from lettuce to the Raw Hydrostone - which is a product I'm interested in if anyone has any experience to share...

FWIW this is from a HSO Blue Dream auto.
I've got 2 Autoseeds Purple Stiltons coming down in the next 48 hours. Any recommendations on drying methods that do not involve hanging in a dark place? I really don't have anywhere to do that since my tent takes up all my closet space.

Thanks.
 

Arthur

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Depends on the why. If your smoke is too dry a bovada pack will bring it up.
At this point, the dry is over now, if there's chlorophyll still there, its stuck now.
You can get the rH up for smoking and storage. But likely the smell and taste now is what your stuck with.
 

automan2

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We've all probably went a little overboard and let our herb get a bit too dry. That's part of the learning cure in getting dry/cure habits down pat.
What I have done when I over dry is suspend some fresh lemon pieces in a sealed jar of herb...with a rh meter in the jar, just watch til ya get around 65%...remove lemon, and started burping til ya hang 62%.
May not improve potency but it'll sure make it taste better!
 
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