Yo, what’s good my fellow smokers? It’s ya boy Dan here, and today we’re talkin’ about reggie weed. Now, we all know what it is, right? That low-grade sh*t that looks like it’s been sitting in the sun for too long. It’s dry, has no smell, and feels like sandpaper when you smoke it. But have you ever wondered how it compares to the good stuff? Well, stick around ’cause we’re about to find out.
First of all, let’s define reggie weed. Originally, it meant “regular weed”, but nowadays, it refers to the worst of the worst. The kind of sh*t that makes you regret not growing your own. It’s brown, dry as f*ck, and has more seeds and stems than actual bud. Trust me, smoking this sh*t feels like a waste of money.
Speaking of money, reggie weed is cheap as hell. But don’t be fooled by the price tag. You’re better off spending a bit more on high-quality bud than wasting your money on this garbage. I mean, there’s barely any THC in it, usually less than 10%. For comparison, good bud has upwards of 20% THC.
Now, some people might try to sell you “dro” instead of reggie weed. Don’t fall for it. Dro just means the bud was grown hydroponically instead of in soil. It doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good quality. In fact, some growers manage to f*ck up even with hydroponic methods.
But how do you tell if you’ve got reggie weed? It’s pretty easy actually. Just look at it. Good bud is sticky and covered in crystals. Reggie weed looks like it’s been through the ringer. It’s brownish-yellow and has barely any trichomes or crystals on it. And when you touch it, it feels like a limp d*ck.
Now let’s talk about smoking this sh*t. Spoiler alert: it sucks. Reggie weed tastes like ass and feels harsh on your throat. Good bud has a rich terpene profile that makes smoking a pleasure. Reggie weed has nothing going for it in terms of flavor or aroma.
And let’s not forget about potency. Reggie weed is weak as hell because of poor genetics and bad growing practices. Good bud has a lot more trichomes and cannabinoids than reggie sh*t. Plus, reggie weed often contains pesticide residue and other harmful chemicals.
But here’s the thing: some people actually prefer reggie weed over high-quality bud. Crazy right? They’re looking for a milder high with a lower price tag. Personally, I think they’re out of their damn minds, but to each their own I guess.
So what can you do with reggie weed? Well, you can use it to bulk out your stash of good bud to make it last longer. You can also make edibles or tinctures with it if you’re feeling adventurous. And if you’re really desperate, you can grind it up to collect the trichomes and make hash.
In conclusion, reggie weed is not worth your time or money unless you’re desperate or crazy enough to prefer low-grade sh*t over good bud. Stick to high-quality strains with plenty of THC and a rich terpene profile for a truly enjoyable smoking experience.
That’s all for now folks! Stay lit and stay safe out there!