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How much old weed do you think is out there?

- Fri, 31 Jul 2020 03:13:36 EST Gd0BjKMQ No.4939921
File: 1596179616679.png -(288596B / 281.83KB, 582x584) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How much old weed do you think is out there?
I'm talking old. Like i'm wondering if someone in the 60's or 70's thought for some reason to preserve weed somewhere until now. Like how you can get those cigars with 50 year old tobacco ridiculously old alcohols.
Graham Clengercocke - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 07:34:50 EST vkwNZmy1 No.4939926 Reply
I dont know but I've also thought about this. Also I know it wouldn't be the same as trying it fresh, but I've always wanted to try weed from that era to see what its potency is truly like.
Thomas Fanwell - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 17:44:49 EST RgR3bJaw No.4939932 Reply
didnt they find some old weed in a sarcophagus or something a few years back?
Abby Clitburger - Sat, 01 Aug 2020 17:31:54 EST 94JgWVxC No.4939964 Reply
hundreds, maybe even thousands of old weed
Harold Appleberg - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 23:30:04 EST 4pjikULj No.4940000 Reply
>After one year, weed loses roughly 16% of its THC.
>Two years in storage results in a loss of 26% of its THC.
>Weed loses 34% of its THC after three years.
>After four years in storage, weed loses 41% of its THC.

>tfw you will never experience Acapulco Gold the way Mick Jagger did

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