Most people will have a pair of scissors lying around, and there will almost definitely be a shot glass. Well, you'll just need to throw a nug or two in the shot glass and start cutting them in there. Start by cutting them in half, then use the tips of the scissors to make them smaller and smaller. • Make sure you wash off the scissors and shot glass before trying this tactic. • Don't go too crazy with the snipping, as rushed movements could lead to weed spilling out of the glass.
• Do this over a flat, clean and smooth surface, just in case something spills out. • If you want somewhere to keep the leftover ground weed, just use the same shot glass! That, my friends, is why you should try grinding weed with a blender. If it's the sort of party with mixed drinks, all you need to do is clean out the blender and throw your stash right in there. You'll want to be careful and switch it to the pulse setting where you can control when it blends. Do it in short intervals until you get the desired texture. • Clean out any stems and seeds before blending, as they'll cause issues for the blender's blades. • As cool as it looks, this is probably a last resort, so really make sure there aren't any scissors around. • This is most effective with larger amounts of weed.
Check around the room and see who wants to contribute! • The blender might be a bit powerful, so try to limit blending to around 10 seconds. If you're reading the article, there's one more key piece of advice we think you'll benefit from. We happen to have a wide selection for people with all budgets! Working off the DIY shaker concept we mentioned earlier, our Grindtainer is one of the most budget-friendly and convenient grinders and containers out there. It's got the space to hold a decent amount of weed, along with the same grinding capacity as the average compact grinder. Even if this is your primary grinder, you'll still be living easy. We've got more classic grinders too, including our own RQS branded metal grinder! That one even comes complete with a kief catcher, as does our pollinator grinder, which also has a handle on the outside for a low-effort grind. Standing out amongst them is our limited edition collaboration with Krush on their uniquely shaped Kube & Kube 2.0. Constructed with specially designed teeth, this grinder is designed to fluff your weed while you grind. The anodised aluminium construction means it'll be able to grind like new for a long, long time. HOW TO GRIND WITHOUT A GRINDER: WHERE THERE’S A WILL, THERE’S A WAY. No matter how you're grinding your weed, whether it's with a grinder, cheese grater, or blender, just make sure you're enjoying it responsibly, surrounded by friends. Other than that, make sure you're cleaning anything you're using to grind your weed, even if you're using an actual grinder. Oh, and check out our full range of grinders (and other cool RQS merchandise) here! This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. wikiHow's Content Management Team carefully monitors the work from our editorial staff to ensure that each article is backed by trusted research and meets our high quality standards. There are 18 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. When you’re rolling a joint or packing a bowl, it’s best to grind your weed into smaller, finer pieces.
Typically, you want your weed to be in pieces that are slightly larger than the size of dried herbs used for seasoning food. If you don’t have a weed grinder, you can use common household supplies to get the job done. Grind up your weed using a coin and a pill bottle, scissors and a glass, a coffee grinder, a knife and chopping board, or a mortar and pestle. Before you begin, make sure all of the supplies you’re using are clean. This image is not licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website.
This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc. Tip: A shot glass works great for small amounts of weed. *Offer does not apply to shipping or sales tax (if any) Carb Cap Buyer's Guide. Posted by Jack Daniel (Edited by Jay Dreadhead) on 5th Nov 2016. It’s no secret by now that the key to enjoying the full potential of strength, aroma, flavor, and effects from your concentrates is to achieve full vaporization at the lowest temperatures possible.