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How To Hide Weed Smell

posted by Samuel Lozano January 10, 2017 0 comments

Marijuana is back in fashion. Not that it ever went out of fashion but with cannabis legalisation happening in most of the States, the curiosity over weed increases. Weed has a sweet and pungent smell. If you live in urban areas, chances are high that you have already come across the smell of weed.

The weed smell is uniquely attractive, strong, sweetly smoky that cannot be covered up. Marijuana is understood by the number of strains. Each strain is different, the smell is different too. You will understand the nuances once you stark vaping weed and inhale the smoke.

Often people says that weed smells like ‘skunk’. Skunk is an animal species that sprays liquid with a strong odor. The reference to skunk is because of its notoriously stinky farts! Does marijuana smell like skunk? No, it doesn’t.

How to Hide Weed Smell?

It is a real challenge to hide weed smell. Even without the smell of smoke, storing the weed strain is a tough job if you want them to go undetected by parents or cops. Start with sealable plastic sandwich bags. Put the weed in one bag, fold it and keep it another sandwich bag. Using one bag is mostly sufficient but it is safer to use two bags to contain the air and it acts as an insulation for the smell.

You could also try using Smoke Buddy. For less than $12, you get a personal smoke filter that removes smoke and eliminates odor. It is suitable for home, office, car, and travel.

Talking a bit about how marijuana tastes, each strain has its own unique taste when smoked. You will be surprised to know that marijuana is such a herb that it can be infused into just about any kind of food. Given the fact that it has a strong pungent smell, it is tasteless when consumed as a ‘food’ or raw.

Products with Weed Smell

This is funny and interesting trivia for you. There are things that have nothing to do with weed but still emit weed smell. Here are some of them.

#1 Skunk Cabbage

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You cannot escape the smell of this particular plant. Once the plant starts to bloom, it awfully smells like the skunk animal. Again, people tend to associate this smell with that of weed. I wonder how people actually eat this cabbage!

#2 Spider Flower

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Known popularly as the ‘spider flower’, the Cleome is a flowering plant that looks eerily similar to the marijuana plant, especially the leaves. The smell is like weed, with a dash of mint. I am not sure but it could be that both the marijuana and the Cleome plant might share some chemical feature to produce the similar smell.

#3 Beer

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Surprised? Sometimes beer can smell like weed. You also have marijuana infused craft beers. This is not surprising since it has been found that hops and cannabis have similar properties of smell and taste.

#4 Moss Phlox

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A couple in Bidford actually got accused of growing weed in their home but what they were actually growing is the Moss Phlox plant. The smell of this plant strongly resembles weed smell. Beware if you ever think of keeping this plant in your home. Cops might come knocking!

#5 Washington D.C

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In a poll by Washington Post, it was found that 57% of the residents agree that they get the smell of marijuana at least once a month. This is not a complete surprise because residents of Washington D.C area strongly support marijuana legalization.

#6 Malin + Goetz Perfume Oil

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The perfume oil is a blend of patchouli, pepper, sandalwood and fig to emit the smell of cannabis. Mind you, there is no actual weed in the oil; the blend gives off the unique smell of cannabis. What do people use this oil for? Maybe it is used it as a perfume on the body but then again, why would anyone want to emit the smell of marijuana in a fakish kind of way. People are strange.

Conclusion

I hope that the article helped you to understand what is weed smell and I wish that you undertake the exciting journey of discovering yourself through the marijuana herb. If you have any questions, feel free to write to me at [email protected].

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