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Advantages and Disadvantages of moderately good Cannabis

Whether you’re a newbie or veteran cannabis smoker, you may have heard the term “mids” thrown around in discussions about different weed strains. Mids are a one of 4 categories that make up the cannabis quality spectrum along with “regs”, “beasters”, and “headies.” In order to understand the cannabis quality spectrum, it’s best to differentiate things by the following: Low quality or regs Medium or moderate quality or mids High quality divided between low-high quality and highest-high quality or beasters and headies So what exactly are mids? If we use the 3-tier scale above, mids represent the midway point between the lower grades of cannabis and the top-shelf strains. What Characteristics or Factors make Mids moderately good Cannabis? We typically look at 5 characteristics or factors that define mids as moderately good weed. These include: appearance concentration of cannabinoids effects flavor price What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Mids? First and foremost, the primary advantage or benefit of moderately good cannabis is the price. Although you won’t be able to buy it with the loose change found in your car, you won’t need a second mortgage loan on your home either. Some other outstanding advantages of mids include: Its attractive green color compared to cardboard-looking regs The different levels of high you experience depending on if you’re a first-time, regular, seasoned, or veteran smoker That being said about the advantages of mids, there are 3 disadvantages to be aware of. These include:  Appearance – despite being more attractive than regs, mids are still highlighted by the basic browns and greens of the average strains that are out there Mold – depending on who you purchase your mids from, some buds may be moldy Seeds and stems – the likelihood of seeds and stems being present is higher in mids than what you would find in beasters and headies High-quality Cannabis provides the best Smoking Experience It goes without saying that if you want the best cannabis smoking experience possible, fill your bong, bowl, blunt, or joint with high-quality, organically-grown, and sustainably-sourced cannabis. Remember, it’s not so much about the quantity that you smoke, it’s about the quality of bud you smoke. When you’re searching for the best cannabis, always go for beasters or headies, provided you can afford them. You’ll get more out of a small amount and have a better smoking experience. Plus, your stash is going to last considerably longer when you purchase higher quality weed. And then you need to keep it safe and dry to enjoy the best hits. Additionally, to learn more about the best smoking accessories to burn those beasters or headies in, contact Tank Glass today at
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What are the 4 Benefits of Dabbing?

To understand the concept of dabbing, you need to know what a “dab” is. A dab is a cannabis concentrate that is available in a variety of textures. It can be consumed in one of two ways. You can vaporize this concentrate in a dab rig or a vaping straw. Furthermore, dabs are available in different colors including amber, brown, white, and yellow. They’re also available in different forms such as “budder”, “shatter”, and “wax.” There’s no right or wrong when it comes to choosing the best dab. Different people have different choices and tastes. Dabbing requires temperatures of 400-600° in order to vaporize cannabis properly. It is usually done in an accessory such as a dab rig or vaping straw. If you’ve never seen or used a dab rig, it reminds you of a bong. Just like a bong, a dab rig is constructed from glass and has a water chamber. However, instead of a bowl for your cannabis, there’s a banger and dab tool called a nail.Just keep in mind that dabbing isn’t for everybody, especially if you’re a novice user. It is best to use the bong early on till you figure out more complex devices. Most importantly, remember to always use products that are clean and tested, no matter what your preference. On the other hand, if you have had plenty of THC experiences and it’s done properly, you’ll enjoy the following 4 benefits of dabbing: Cleaner and purer – concentrates and extracts are much cleaner and purer. As a result, it’s much easier on your lungs than if you smoked your cannabis from a bong or a pipe. Smoking cannabis produces hot smoke and resin, which can be unpleasant. Dabbing eliminates a large percentage (if not all) of these while still delivering the basic cannabinoids, terpenes, and numerous other compounds. Fast-acting – some individuals are anxious or impatient about getting high and want to feel the psychoactive effects of smoking weed immediately. Dabbing is the best way to have a fast-acting, stronger hit. Flavor – another key benefit of dabbing is the flavor experience. The best concentrates will produce the same aroma and have the same flavor as a fresh strain of cannabis. This is due to the extraction process that is used when producing a concentrate. Potency – the primary reason that so many individuals are dabbing today is because of its potency. Once a person has developed a high tolerance for cannabis, they often look for a stronger weed experience. And dabbing provides that. Even if your tolerance level isn’t that high, you’ll enjoy the overall experience. For more information send your message to Tank Glass at
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The Benefits, Legality, and Uses of THC-JD

As of 2020, a new cannabinoid has joined the ranks of the current ones and is called THC-JD. While there hasn’t been enough information produced from research studies, we want to share what is known as of this point in time. We are aware that scientific research is often hard to come by. Consequently, the only information we can share here is what we’ve learned from anecdotes and firsthand experience. What we also know is that THC-JD occurs naturally.However, it’s only found in trace amounts, just like other minor cannabinoids. But, unlike Delta-8, HHC, and THC-P, THC-JD is extracted directly from marijuana. No additional isomerization or synthesis is required. Another aspect we’re aware of is there are 8 carbon chains in THC-JD compared to 5 in THC. So this THC variant will form a stronger bond with CB1 receptors. Whenever that happens, you experience a more pronounced high. This is one of the reasons for its popularity. Benefits and EffectsUsers have reported that the effects of THC-JD are similar to regular THC only stronger. So if you use a vape pen to smoke your THC and feel happy, hungry, and ready for bed, then you can expect THC-JD to intensify those feelings. Just be forewarned that consuming too much of this cannabinoid, as with others, will cause some unpleasant side effects such as anxiety, dizziness, loss of coordination, nausea, and paranoia.Furthermore, some users have reported it’s more like an Indica high instead of a Sativa high. In other words, it causes “couch potato” syndrome. Still other users claim that THC-JD is energizing and boosts their mood. The reality is that all cannabis strains affect individuals differently. Without additional research and studies, we are still in the “getting-to-know-you” stage with THC-JD. The Big Question: Is it Legal? The Farm Bill of 2018 legalized hemp which allowed for the sale and distribution of products manufactured with this material. Hemp has an extremely high THC content and the aforementioned Farm Bill led to the dramatic release of CBD products, thereby creating a new consumer market. Other cannabinoids soon followed suit, some of which will result in getting high. Smokers looking to experiment love such stuff and create a demand in the market. So is THC-JD legal? Yes and no. It just depends on its source of origin. So if it’s extracted from marijuana, it can only be sold in a dispensary. On the other hand, if it’s extracted from hemp, then it falls into the legal loophole, provided it doesn’t contain more than 0.3% of Delta-9 THC. For information on our high quality glass accessories, visit our website e-mail your questions to

How Does Delta-9 THC Differ from Delta-8 THC?

Several months back, a new cannabinoid was introduced to the cannabis marketplace, although many individuals are unaware of this newcomer. Even veteran smokers who smoke every day may not be able to tell you what Delta-8 THC does. Delta-9 THC is the chemical that gives you the classic cannabis “high” and has a chemical structure that is similar to Delta-8 THC. Since they’re both derived from the Sativa family, it’s no wonder that they’re easily confused with one another. In order to understand these two varieties, it’s important to have a better understanding of what THC is. THC stands for “tetrahydrocannabinol”, the chemical in marijuana that gives it its psychoactive and psychological effects. Furthermore, it is one of several compounds that are found in the resins secreted by the marijuana plant’s glands. THC acts in similar fashion to the cannabinoid chemicals produced naturally by our bodies and can affect our coordination, memory, pleasure, thinking, and time perception. What is Delta-9 THC? Delta-9 THC is the compound responsible for that provides that outstanding cannabis high by affecting the CB and CB2 receptors in the central nervous system (CNS). Stimulation of these receptors causes the endocannabinoid system (ECS) to influence our moods and the way we control hunger, experience different emotions, and react to pain. Delta-9 THC is what gives cannabis its potency.In lower doses, Delta-9 THC offers therapeutic benefits such as improved sleep habits, mood improvement, and muscle relaxation. However, when consumed in higher doses, the psychoactive properties of Delta-9 THC and lead to anxiety, euphoria, increased heart rate, and several other similar symptoms. So despite the fact that Delta-9 THC is safe and non-toxic, you should be aware of your proper does and not exceed that. What is Delta-8 THC? Delta-8 THC is also a cannabinoid found in the marijuana plant. However, it’s also found in industrial hemp plants. It provides the same beneficial properties of THC only without the overs-stimulating effects caused by Delta-9 THC. And while Delta-8 THC is less potent, it can be found in full spectrum CBD products such as CBD concentrate and CBD oil. You can find a variety of products that have various amounts of CBD for your requirement. When the two are combined, they can provide healing and therapeutic properties such as improved mood and overall relaxation. You’ll often find Delta-8 THC in a broad range of products due do its therapeutic, uplifting properties. Additionally, it is legal in most states. For more information about these compounds, send an e-mail with your questions to Tank Glass at We have a large variety of smoking accessories including bongs, beakers and pipes. Check it out online.
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How does Fimming differ from Topping?

Are you interested in cultivating cannabis? Well, if you want to succeed at growing cannabis, you have to understand the concepts of “fimming” and “topping.” These cannabis growing terminologies are a part of the much broader category of pruning. Pruning is the act of selectively removing branches from plants, shrubs, and tree, the purpose of which is to improve the structure of the plant and promote new, healthy growth. Contrary to popular belief, pruning is not meant to stunt plant growth but stimulate it instead. Fimming This is a pruning method in which up to 75% of new growth (the top buds) is removed from the main stem of the plant. This forces the plant to develop several new flowering sites while promoting the growth of lower stems or branches. Fimming has a dual goal: to increase the number of flowering sites to train the plant into reshaping itself Although fimming excels at these, it’ not that great when it comes to producing a shape that’s, more orderly. The plant will grow at its own pace. When should You Fim Your Cannabis Plants? The timing for fimming is the same for topping. Wait until your plants have developed between 3 and 5 nodes (the more, the merrier) before fimming. Remember to always do your fimming when your plants are in the vegetative stage – not before or after. Wait up to two weeks before fimming your new growth. This will give your plants the time needed to recover from the shock that results from fimming and adjust to their new growing pattern. Topping “Topping” is the process of cutting off the growth tip of the primary cannabis stem or in other words, pruning your plant. Removing the terminal (or top) bud forces the plant to develop two new flowering sites while promoting new lower branch growth. Just like with fimming, topping has a dual goal of increasing the flowering sites, and reshaping the plant. However, no two plants might retain the same shape. When should You Fim Your Cannabis Plants? Topping should be done once your plants have developed a minimum of three nodes each. With that minimum of nodes, the plant’s roots and stems will be strong enough to tolerate the pruning process and recover from the shock. It usually takes a plant up to 30 days during the vegetative phase to produce at least 3 to 5 nodes. Just keep in mind that different strains often grow at different rates. So be sure that you’re patient and wait until your plants are ready for the topping process.To learn more, send us a message at or visit the Tank Glass website by clicking here.
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Top Suggestions for salvaging Your Old Cannabis

So you recently found a small stash of some old weed and you’re wondering if you can still smoke it. Will it still get you high or will it hurt you? It’s a frequently asked question. Obviously, you don’t want to let any of your precious herb go to waste if you can avoid it. Fortunately, there are several ways you can use old weed and still reap the benefits of it. If you’re going to use old weed, it’s best to repurpose it. But first, we need to answer a couple of questions: If you smoke old weed, will you still get high? YES. Just about any “smoker” that you talk to has a story about finding an old stash. But over time, the cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes decrease. So the weed is less potent. Is using old weed too risky or is it safe? If stored properly, weed can stay good for roughly 2 years. At that point, it begins to degrade. However, it doesn’t pose a threat to one’s health or safety. And now for the big question? How can you salvage your old weed? Obviously, it won’t be as enjoyable compared to fresh weed. Therefore, it’s best repurpose it or find an alternative means for using it. Here are some suggestions:   Make a concentrate – if you want to experiment a little, you can create some extremely strong concentrates like bubble hash or tinctures. Make edibles – chances are, your old cannabis has lost some of its potency. However, if it’s used in some form of edible, it can help salvage its psychoactive characteristics. Whether you make gummy bears or cookies, the choice is yours. Make kief – this is one of the best ways to salvage your old cannabis. Kief is the result of grinding your cannabis nuggets which produces the powdery substance (still weed) that’s beneath the screen in your grinder. Rehydrate it – over time, cannabis loses its moisture and eventually dries out. Fear not; you can rehydrate your old cannabis. You can do this by putting citrus peel in with your weed or use a humidity pack to help maintain is strength longer. Store it in a clean and dry container after that. Vape it – if you want a break from normality, put your old weed in a vaporizer. Rather than combusting your cannabis the traditional way, vaping steams your cannabis so you can savor the desired effects. Its just another way to smoke it! While these are great ideas for salvaging your old cannabis, why not smoke that fresh weed out of one of our outstanding smoking accessories. For more information, send your questions to Tank Glass at
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Understanding the Benefits and Effects of THC-P

If you haven’t heard about THC-P, it’s one of the newest THC variants introduced to the market and has already been proven to be one of the strongest cannabinoids to date. Even more important is the fact that it’s made from hemp. Consequently, it’s available online as well as various retail locations other than dispensaries. So what exactly is THC-P? THC-P or Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabiphorol is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in smaller concentrations in cannabis plants. Select strains of the variant were initially discovered in 2019 by Italian researchers. But it didn’t take long before hemp producers saw a tremendous opportunity for developing new products. As a result, manufacturers found the means to make other cannabinoid alternatives including Delta-8 and hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) which is a hydrogenated Tetrahydrocannabinol derivative. Consequently, the consensus was “why not THC-P?” Unfortunately, there isn’t enough of this material in a plant to infuse products such as gummies, tinctures, or vape pens. Instead, scientists typically extract the CBD from hemp and then isolate it before exposing it to a series of reactions that change the chemical structure despite the fact that it’s naturally occurring. So many manufacturers decided to procure enough THC-P in order to create new product lines. That is because the demand is so high and production is still catching up. THC-P – its Benefits and Effects As with any cannabinoid, they typically respond to each individual’s unique ECS or endocannabinoid system differently. No two individuals can smoke or otherwise consume the same amount, format, or strain, and experience the identical results. There are too many factors that contribute to every individual’s experience. That being said, THC-P is the ideal option for individuals who’ve developed a high tolerance to THC and patients requiring heavier doses. Although the effects are similar to that of THC, those of THC-P are a bit more intense and potent. Consequently, you’ll consume less but achieve and enjoy the same results. This will enable you to save money if budget is a factor in your consumption habits. With THC-P, you can expect to feel euphoric and relaxed. Furthermore, it helps to improve one’s mood and reduces physical tension. In some cases, it has been effective at fighting insomnia, increasing a person’s appetite, and treating chronic pain. The medicinal benefits are high and studies are going on. As far as legality is concerned, the legal status of any cannabinoid depends on its point of origination. For example, any marijuana derived cannabinoid is only legal if it’s sold through dispensary channels or medical marijuana programs. To learn more about this new THC variant, send your questions to Tank Glass at And if you are looking for smoking accessories, browse our website.
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Nitrogen Deficiency in Cannabis and How to Fix It

When it comes to marijuana, cannabis deficiencies are a key concern in the growing process, whether it’s part of a commercial operation or a DIY project. Whether you’re new to the growing game or a seasoned veteran, nutrient deficiencies are often an all-too-common problem for many growers. The most common deficiencies include: Boron deficiencies Calcium deficiencies Copper deficiencies Magnesium deficiencies Nitrogen deficiencies The nitrogen deficiency is our focus in this particular blog. In many instances, the solution for these deficiencies is relatively simple. However, sometimes, keeping your plants happy and healthy requires a little more effort. Warning Signs of a Nitrogen Deficiency If you notice any or a combination of the 10 following signs, there’s a high probability that your cannabis plants are nitrogen deficient:   large leaves turn from a pale-green color to white and yellow leaves begin to curl and drop off petioles and veins turn reddish plant tissue develops necrosis plants begin flowering plants prematurely fade and die smaller leaves and stems turn purplish or reddish stems acquire purplish, vertical stripes yellowing (Chlorosis) spreads from lower parts of the plant to the top yield volumes decrease noticeably In the earlier signs of the deficiency, you’ll begin to see a slight discoloration in the more mature leaves of the plant. As growth continues, it takes on a paler, thinner appearance due to insufficient branching. It eventually, it will fade and die. That is why it needs proper maintenance and care. How to correct Nitrogen Deficiencies Nitrogen deficiencies in the soil are a very common occurrence. On a positive note, it’s fairly easy to put this nutrient back into the soil so your plants can take advantage of the benefits it provides. If you want to keep your plants going strong, work organic matter into the soil. This is not only beneficial to your plants; it helps the soil retain moisture and improves its overall structure. Sources of organic matter containing nitrogen are: animal manure blood meal bone meal coco peat (coir pith) compost fish meal groundnut husks horn meal nettle slag nitrogen-fixing plants such as alfalfa, beans, clover, peas, and peanuts If you’re planning to add animal manure, keep in mind every type of this fertilizer has different concentrations of nitrogen. For instance, poultry manure contains the highest concentration of nitrogen whereas horse manure has a much lower concentration. The best advice we can give is to purchase high-quality cannabis, if you want to avoid any deficiencies. For information on accessories that provide a more pleasant smoking experience, contact Tank Glass by sending a message to You can browse a variety of smoking devices online and select the best for your smoking experience.
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The best Fertilizers and Nutrients for Your Marijuana Plants

Rookie marijuana growers tend to focus primarily of factors such as lighting set-ups, plant strain, and the soil. However, the type of fertilizer used and the nutrients you feed them are equally as important. When you fertilize your plants, you want to focus on feeding the soil, not the plants. Every plant’s success is determined by the soil they’re living in. Although light and water are critical elements, it’s what you put into the soil that will determine the results. Sunlight is an important component of ensuring that the plants get enough natural light. Healthy marijuana plants require a fertilizer that contains nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in order to produce higher flower yields and have strong roots. These 3 elements will be represented by the letters “NPK” on the packaging. However, these aren’t the only ingredients in a good marijuana fertilizer. Your plants will also need micronutrients such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur, and a handful of others. Here is what the 3 primary nutrients provide your plants:   Nitrogen – not only is nitrogen important for leaf growth, it’s essential to every organic lifeform on the planet. It’s also vital to chlorophyll production which stimulates the process of photosynthesis and a key component of amino acids. Marijuana plants require nitrogen throughout their life cycle. Just as humans require protein for energy and to maintain healthy muscle mass, plants need nitrogen in order to produce strong branches, leaves, roots, and stalks. Phosphorus – this nutrient helps to strengthen the structure of the plant by creating strong buds and roots. Phosphorus is also required for metabolism, photosynthesis, and the intake of other nutrients. Basically, it enables a plant to achieve its genetic integrity reach its maximum potential. Like nitrogen, phosphorus is required during a marijuana plants entire life cycle. However, it plays an even more significant role in the plant’s flowering stage. Potassium – cannabis plants require extra doses of this nutrient during the flowering stage. In some respects, it is like the plant’s immune system. Potassium helps the plant produce chunky, fully developed buds. In addition to promoting larger bud size, it protects the plant from disease and infection while strengthening plant tissue and using water more efficiently. Potassium is a mobile nutrient like nitrogen and phosphorus. In other words, it can take it from older growth and direct it towards new growth. Keep in mind that the type of fertilizer you choose for your cannabis plants will depend on your growing medium. And when it is about smoking weed, you need the best bongs and beakers. At our website, you can browse a huge collection of eclectic range of smoking devices. For more information, e-mail your questions to Tank Glass at

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