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How to Spend Less on Pot Without Cutting Down

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The cost of consuming marijuana on a regular basis can burn a hole in your pocket. However, just because you don’t want to spend a lot of money on weed doesn’t mean you want to cut down. Even if you avoid spending your hard-earned cash on top-quality weed, and instead opt for basic buds, you might still feel that you are spending more than you can afford. 

Luckily, there are plenty of things that you can do to help reduce the amount of cash you spend on weed. It seems like there are more physical cannabis stores and online stores than ever before, and there are new products entering the marketplace all of the time. Keep up-to-date with the current products entering the market, because a lot of them are designed to help you save money on weed. 


Grow Your Own

This is the obvious strategy that many cannabis users do to help reduce the cost of their expensive habit. Suppliers and distributors often charge a pretty penny for their cannabis products, and rightfully so.

Most legal cannabis stores invest in weed that is grown by some of the best grow companies in their area. Growing top-notch weed takes time to perfect. And if you want to grow your own, you start with quality seeds at an online quality cannabis seed bank. Hiring professional growers with plenty of experience to produce quality weed often costs the dispensary a lot of money.

It is vital that a dispensary sells good cannabis products because if they don’t, their reputation will go down the drain in a very short space of time. Plus, they will have to pay a tax on every gram of weed that they sell. 

By investing in grow lights, seeds, soils, chemicals, a tent, and some buckets you’re ready to start growing indoors. If you want to grow outdoors all you need are some seeds and soil.

Unlike commercial grow-ops, you won’t need a sophisticated setup to successfully grow quality cannabis for personal use. There are a lot of growing products readily available for home use, so you should have no problems finding a grow kit that will suit your budget. 

During your first grow, you might find yourself spending more money than you would have hoped, but keep in mind that you can reuse almost all of the equipment. You can even use clones from your first plant to start a new grow so you won’t have to buy new seeds. 


Be Careful When Sharing

Most of us like to share our weed with our friends. Consuming pot with others is part and parcel of smoking pot, but you don’t want to overdo it. If you have friends visiting your house, instead of leaving your weed jar or bag on the table for everyone to use, make pre-rolled joints before they arrive.

This way, your friends can only smoke what is in front of them. Leave the rest of your weed hidden away, so the following day you will have some stash for yourself. Most people who smoke weed don’t mind their friends helping themselves to their stash, but you might be surprised how much they can go through in a night.

If you are visiting your friends, do the same thing. Bring a certain amount of pre-rolled joints with you, and leave the rest of your stash at home. One of the benefits of bringing premade joints with you is that you won’t have to bring rolling papers, or roach material either. 

Most dispensaries sell premade joints to people who can’t roll their own, but you will save money on rolling them yourself. If you don’t know how to roll, there are plenty of tutorials uploaded to websites and streaming platforms online. It takes time getting used to rolling, and most people get frustrated during the early stages, but once you get the hang of it you will have no problems rolling joints whenever and wherever you are. 


Avoid Chain Smoking Pot

Building a joint, and smoking one after another can be a lot of fun, but the cost of chain-smoking weed can add up. Although you might enjoy the process of grinding weed, putting the papers together, and adding sticky buds into your joint, there isn’t much point in smoking one after the other.

The human body can only process a certain amount of THC at a time. When you are really stoned, the chances are that you won’t be able to get any higher than you already are. You will just continue to feel the same as you did when you were stoned from the last joint you smoked. 


Avoid Throwing Away Old Joints

If you have packed a fat joint with the Sensi Star strain, and you don’t want to continue smoking it, then don’t throw it away. Although most cannabis users keep their old joints, others decide to put them in the trash.

They do this because they don’t like the taste of a joint that has been sitting in an ashtray overnight. Yes, the taste of a joint that has already been smoked 24 hours ago won’t taste as nice as a freshly rolled spliff, but it will get you high. In fact, old joints will work just as well. 

It might take a little getting used to, but if you are worried about your finances, throwing away joints is a complete waste of money. 


Shop Around

In the legal marijuana industry, there is a wide range of stores to choose from. The marijuana industry is constantly growing, with both online and traditional dispensers competing for your business. Even if you like the employees working in your local dispensary, and they stock your favorite strains, it might be worth your while checking out their competitors in the area.

However, a lot of online stores are able to sell cannabis products for less than physical stores. Because they don’t have to rent premises on a high street or pay for a lot of employees, their overheads are often a lot less than a traditional cannabis dispensary. Some online stores like Canna Cabana even offer their customers a MOM (Mail Order Marijuana) service. This allows their customers to order top-quality pot without having to leave the house.

Going from store to store can consume a lot of time and energy, but it can take you a few minutes to research the different prices on different websites. However, some people don’t like to buy weed online because they don’t get to see the bud in real life.

They worry about the professional photographs that have been taken of the different strains, and they think that when their order arrives at their door they won’t look anything like they did online.

If you worry about this happening to you, you should consider reading reviews posted online. People who have used the online service in the past might have published reviews to websites, social media platforms, and online forums, so it might be a good idea to do some of your own investigating before you buy weed products from an online dispensary. 


Invest in a Grinder

Most cannabis users own a grinder, but if you don’t, it might be time you think about getting one. These handy tools are great for grinding down your buds.

Although you can do it by hand, you can get a lot more out of your weed by using a grinder designed to chop up your cannabis. It is one of the best cannabis products out there that allows you to conserve your pot. Plus, your joint will burn a lot better. 

You don’t have to spend a large sum on a top-quality grinder. There are lots of plastic grinders that will do a great job.

Although you might be tempted to buy a fancy grinder so that you can show it off to your friends, there is no shame in buying a $10 plastic grinder instead. Unlike a lot of steel grinders, plastic grinders are easy to maintain.

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