Premium herb grinders are all the latest rage in today’s market, but there still seems to be a sizable faction of herbal enthusiasts out there that seem to be stuck in the stone age and would rather break up their plant matter the old fashioned way rather than get with the sign of the times and get on board the grinder train. Today we’re going to delve into the major reasons why grinding makes so much more sense, and see if we can’t change a few minds in the process.
First and definitely foremost, we need to discuss a grinder’s efficiency. By letting a man-made machine designed specifically for the purpose of breaking of plants do the job instead of your own two hands, you’re automatically going to be making sure each and every time that the material is broken up to the same extreme fine grind, and that means it’s going to go much farther as it has been changed into its optimal form for the specific use you have in mind. On top of this, you also gain the added benefit of harvesting all the pollen off of the exterior of the plant, which will yield you a very handy little stash of concentrated particles that are simply unattainable by the old breaking up method by hand.
Next, let me just say it, it’s a whole heck of a lot easier! This is probably my personal favorite aspect of using a grinder. I mean, who wants to mess around with plant material of sometimes very sticky, very stubborn texture that refuses to come apart, and takes considerable focus to really get broken down. Can you say buzz kill? In the world of grinding however, the game is changed. Now it really doesn’t matter how strong or dense the material is, as with a few stern twists of the wrist, it all succumbs to the very sharp, very determined metal teeth inside that lovely little cylinder.
Moving on, premium grinders will last you a very very…very long time with the bare minimal upkeep or maintenance. A pair of scissors? Good luck with that bro. See how many little rag-tag pairs of snips you run through in just a year’s time, and you will certainly see the value and logic in owning a single tool for the long term. Not to mention many of them are covered by lifetime warranties because they’re made so well. Got a warranty for your fingers or scissors on hand I could glance at? Didn’t think so. It’s the kind of investment that keeps on giving, and with so few breakable parts, you don’t need to second guess me on this. Just trust.
Lastly, we need to touch on the style aspect. A grinder is always a cool accessory to have, and it shows your savvy to friends in having the foresight to employ the latest technology to make your herbal experience as pain-free and pleasing as possible. With so many different colors, styles, and themes, there is always a grinder out there to match your personality, and it only remains up to you to find the one that fits you best.
Don’t be the loser who pores over his effort and toil just to break down some plant matter into little pieces. That’s always been a sort of ridiculous and amusing thing to watch in my opinion. You don’t want to have to break a sweat and keep people waiting when it comes to prepping the plant matter. Don’t be that guy.
Having a grinder is a no-brainer. I think we’ve touched on some of the main reasons why here, but when all is said and done, it just comes down to practicality, and one simple question: How could you not have a grinder for your day-to-day? It’s not a question I think any of the scissor-toting denizens out there can quickly pipe up and easily answer. For good reason too.
Hopefully, this post has brought you to the realization that a quality herb grinder is not an option, but a necessity. Next, find out the most essential features to look for when buying an herb grinder.
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