Hopefully by the time you're considering selling pot, you already know how to tell the good weed from the bad. Crystals,
red hairs, and a dank smell are good; stems, dirt and seeds are bad. But I should just give a couple reminders.
Remember, the drier the better. The drier the bud, the less water-weight, meaning the more THC for the buck. If your customers
complain about it being too dry, tell them about the orange-peel trick from the last chapter. Most customers, however, understand
that drier is always better.
One thing, however, that many people forget, is that big buds equal big stems. If possible, try to buy weed that has mostly
small, reasonably sized buds. On the other hand, having lots of shake in a sack is usually a negative thing, however, there
are certain joint-smokers out there who prefer to buy bud as shake. If you're forced to buy pot with lots of shake, ask your
customers if they mind, and give extra to the people that like the shake or don't care one way or the other.
Often times, you'll come to situations where you have a couple different choices for purchasing. Often times a high quality,
but more expensive product and a low quality one. It's best to keep your individual customers in mind when making decisions,
because some prefer fatter sacks and some prefer dankier weed. Try to satisfy the majority.