What do you do with your pollen? Sprinkle it on a pre-roll? Bake it into a cake? Use it for a spliff?
Do people still smoke spliffs? Gross.
Now, there are likely a few newbs out there scratching their heads, trying to figure out what the hell this “pollen” is we’re talking about. For those of you who fit into that category, first, welcome to the industry. Second, please stop wearing penny loafers to the trade show. It’s just not a good look.
Anyway, “pollen” is the term we use to refer to that powdery goodness that falls through the screen and collects in the bottom chamber of your grinder.
While all of the aforementioned options are completely acceptable, the true chronnoisseurs will typically use a press to condense their pollen into pellets or pucks for handy storage and better shelf life.
Now that we’ve brought you up to speed, you should know that this little tidbit of information has been brought to you in part by the folks at Sunbury Wholesale, who offer a full line of USA made pollen presses with a wide variety to suit any level of production, from personal use all the way up to commercial production. Every unit, from the handheld to the 4-ton hydraulic is CNC’d from the finest aircraft aluminum and constructed with precision quality that only a family business could deliver.
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