I had a lot of POLLEN in my HERB grinder


#1

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#2

I’m so confused.
Where is all this pollen coming from?
How is it being collected?
What is it being used for?
WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE


#3

Some jackass is using a CELLULOSE guitar pick to cut pressed pollen.


#4

Let’s cut to the chase:
Do I need more pollen in my life?


#5

Funny, none of my herbs emit pollen at all. Maybe it’s… I dunno, chamomile?


#6

I bet you could use that to compress the hash residue left over after grinding cannabis flowers. That would be a good way to conserve your marijuana stash, and is also ready for vaping.


#7

This actually explains a lot.


#8

Oh man… to me the “pollen” is the best part, I have to actively resist harvesting it prematurely, let alone ever having to remember that it’s there. Even in times of plentiful flowers, I always looking down in the bottom tray. That said, this little “pollen” press is very nifty and I feel like I need one now. Thanks OBAMA, I mean, Jason!


#9

You also seem to have a CORN CHIP.


#10

Don’t try this in Oklahoma…


#11

There is a bag of blue corn chips not in the frame.


#12

You don’t… you don’t think someone would use this information to do marijuana, do you?


#13

Well, not marijuana POLLEN, no. (-:


#14

Found the Washington, Oregon, or Colorado resident! :relaxed:


#15

Oh that’s really cool, I’d never even heard of ones of these.

Although I have to say you’re either getting much better weed than me or you’re smoking ungodly amounts of the stuff! Given where you live I suspect the former :frowning:

Need to move.


#16

Pro Tip:

The pistons in these presses can get gunky and stick to your cake. You can prevent this by taking each piston, and pushing it through a plastic baggie, leaving sort of a condom on the piston. Things stay cleaner that way, and your shit isn’t stuck to the workings.


#17

My sister did a marijuana once; now she’s turning tricks in Chad.


#18

The dandruff of angels.


#19

I’m such an idiot.


#20

What, is, like, Chad her dealer?