How to tell the difference between high quality and low-quality weed?
The best way to tell the difference is by comparing the cannabinoids numbers in the plant. High quality weed usually has a higher percentage of THC. The plants are grown with organic fertilizers which are known to have higher levels of nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, and calcium. The plants are also grown without any toxic pesticides or herbicides that can destroy the THC. It’s also good to pay attention to the smell of the plant because it is usually an indication of how potent it is.
Also, watch out for the “sticky-ickyness” of the weed. The stickier and more icky the weed is, the better it is. Softer and lighter colored weed should be avoided as they contain very little cannabinoids and an excess amount of THC decomposition product known as cannabinol (CBN). CBN has a much less psychoactive effect than THC and may actually counteract or neutralize some of the effects of THC. Weed that has been stored improperly will also have High levels of CBN due to oxygen exposure that causes THC to degrade into CBN over time.
Last but not least, you can look at your money to find out if you’re buying good weed.
High quality weed usually sells for about $250 – $350 an ounce.
Low quality weed usually sells for anywhere from $100 – $150 an ounce.
How much does an ounce of high-quality weed cost?
Sellers generally try to sell as much of their product as possible, so if you’re ever buying weed and the seller tries to sell it for $100 or more an ounce then be sure that you’re not getting ripped off.
High-quality marijuana sells for over $250 an ounce and even up to $400 an ounce.
Make sure you do your research beforehand so that you know what is considered high quality. Also, ask where the weed came from and who grew it because some dealers try to pass off mid-grade weed at top shelf prices by saying it comes from one strain when in reality they just mixed multiple Strains together. So please please PLEASE do your research!