Some people consider doctoring of weed to be immoral, and with good reason. However, sometimes you'll come across some
low-quality, seedy, stemmy, ultra-dry weed at a great price. Instead of letting this stuff go to waste, you can make your
customers very happy by re-hydrating the pot, then de-seeding it, de-stemming it and selling it at the same profit margin
you would for regular weed.
However, when you're dealing with re-hydrated weed be careful not to skimp the customer because of it. Doctoring of your
weed should only be used to give the customer a higher quality product, or fatter sack, and not to increase your profit margins.
Your profits will increase indirectly, as more people are happy with your product. This is why you shouldn't doctor up weed
that's already high quality, even if it is a little dry.
The most common way to re-hydrate pot is to put it in an air-tight plastic container in the refrigerator with a couple
of orange peels. Wait a couple days, stirring occasionally, and check the dryness. Add more orange peel until your pot is
the perfect smoking moisture. Be very careful not to over-moisten, however, and pay close attention, checking twice daily
to make sure it hasn't over-moistened and molded. You never want to sell moldy pot or pot that's so moist it's likely to become
Keeping low-quality Mexican weed in the same air-tight container with high-quality pot can sometimes make the Mexican smell
and taste better, while not noticeably changing the chronic. But this can take weeks sometimes.
One more thing that you can do, but shouldn't do, is kiefing. This is where you use a specially-made box with a very fine
mesh screen that filters the hairs and crystals off of buds. Some despicable dealers do this before selling the bud, so they
can keep the good stuff from the pot and their customers get stuck with weed that doesn't get them high. So don't kief your
bud unless you plan on smoking the buds yourself. I know it's tempting, but things like this come back around, if not in the
form of karma, then in the form of a pissed off customer who wants to steal your stash or turn you into the cops.