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Fresh 420 because Dry Bud Sucks
Fresh 420 because Dry Bud Sucks

Fresh 420 is a single humidifier pack to add to any bag or jar of marijuana that has dried out a little more than wanted.

THC Media recently got a chance to try out the Fresh 420 humidifier first hand. While not one to usually have cannabis that I let get too dry, I took a small amount and let it sit out for a couple days until it was brittle to the touch. I chose a strain that I have plenty of experience with, and know what the particular taste and smoothness should be.

Being only a couple of steps to activate your Fresh 420 pack, the easy to follow directions are on the back of the package. Simply soak the package insert in distilled water for just a few seconds until the blue material is moist, but not dripping like a faucet. After the insert was moistened, I put it back in the plastic package that it came in. I then took the dried sample and placed it in a mason jar along with the Fresh 420 and set it off to the side for a couple of hours.

Opening the jar after a couple hours, upon inspection, I could definitely see that the buds seem to have a little more moisture and not completely brittle to the touch. There also appeared to be a hint of a fresher smell, than before the Fresh 420 was inserted.

While the product is fairly simple and there are other ways to re hydrate dried out material, such as orange peels or bread, this approach seems to allow you a more natural taste and smell of your cannabis. No more constant orange smell, or dried out bread flavor that you get from other techniques, not to mention you could also be putting your buds in jeopardy by polluting them with any pesticides or fungicide residues on produce.

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The Fresh 420 packs are very inexpensive and can be purchased by going to Dry Bud Sucks to place an order.

Thanks to Fresh 420 for the opportunity to try out their product.

Fresh 420 Review
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Summary
While the product is fairly simple and there are other ways to re hydrate dried out material, such as orange peels or bread, this approach seems to allow you a more natural taste and smell of your cannabis. No more constant orange smell, or dried out bread flavor that you get from other techniques, not to mention you could also be putting your buds in jeopardy by polluting them with any pesticides or fungicide residues on produce.
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