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7 Best Weed Gadgets to Buy in 2017

8 Best Weed Gadgets to Buy in 2017

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7 Best Weed Gadgets to Buy in 2017

Some people like to take a simple approach to smoking weed. All they need to be happy are some quality nugs, good rolling papers, and a reliable lighter. But for those who choose to take the plunge down the rabbit hole of weed gadgetry, there’s a whole world to explore. Weed gadgets are part of the charm of cannabis culture. As that culture expands, is it any wonder that our tech-obsessed selves would come up with new and innovative ways to get high? But which weed gadgets are the real deal? There are lots of useless gimmicks out there. But there’s also some totally ingenious kit for enhancing your cannabis consumption.

These are the best weed gadgets to buy in 2017.

1. Nova Decarboxylator

8 Best Weed Gadgets to Buy in 2017

Company: Ardent

Price: $210 USD

Edibles are quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to consume cannabis. With the culinary flexibility of cannabis, there are virtually endless ways to infuse food and drink with weed. And one of the best aspects of edibles is how easy it is to make your own at home. But for newbies and expert canna-chefs alike, there’s always one tricky step in the process.

That step is decarboxylation, the process of “activating” cannabinoids like THC and CBD into the forms that interact with your body. Since decarboxylation involves taking heat to your weed, it can be risky. It’s easy to burn your cannabis and destroy its therapeutic cannabinoids

And it’s equally possible that you could “under-cook” your weed, making inefficient use of your costly product. In short, precision cooking is hard when it comes to cannabis. But one weed gadget is going to transform making edible at home.

The NOVA Decarboxylator is a precision appliance that helps you get the most out of your weed. The NOVA “maximizes cannabinoid availability” for smoking, vaping, and of course, cooking.

Precision decarboxylation is key for getting consistent, accurate dosing when making edibles, tinctures, or other cannabis products. And that’s important because sometimes edibles can be too strong, or a huge disappointment.

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Adam Drury

Adam is a staff writer for Green Rush Daily who hails from Corvallis, Oregon. He’s an artist, musician, and higher educator with deep roots in the cannabis community. His degrees in literature and psychology drive his interest in the therapeutic use of cannabis for mind and body wellness.

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