- In point of fact, there are a few distinct ways in which things may go awry.
- On the one hand, if you let your weed remain unused for an excessive amount of time, or if you expose it to an excessive amount of sunshine or open air, it will eventually dry up and turn into dusty, crumbly flower that is useless.
- If, on the other hand, your cannabis is subjected to an excessive amount of humidity or any other impurities, it may get molded.
Cannabis in its dried form may be kept for anywhere from six months to one year if it is properly preserved (more on this later). As time passes, it starts to lose both its scent and its power. After one year, marijuana is said to have lost around 16 percent of its THC content, and this number continues to fall steadily after that, reaching a loss of 26 percent of its THC after two years.
Does Weed go bad?
To begin, marijuana will not become ″bad″ in the sense that it will become harmful to a person who uses it. This is the most important point. Marijuana is not the same as eating food in this regard. When we talk about food ″becoming bad″ or ″rotting,″ we are referring to the point at which it is no longer fit for human consumption.
What happens to old Weed?
The exact shelf life of marijuana is determined by a number of different elements, but its storage environment is one of the most important considerations. What Becomes of Stale Marijuana? To begin, marijuana will not become ″bad″ in the sense that it will become harmful to a person who uses it. This is the most important point. Marijuana is not the same as eating food in this regard.