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Grinders can be purchased at almost any smoke shop or headshop, or you can order one online from Novus Fumus.

If you are new to cannabis, you may have a few questions about grinders and how to use them. Grinders can be purchased at almost any smoke shop or headshop, or you can order one online from Novus Fumus. They can be as simple as a grinder card (such as a cannabis cheese grater) or a more complex multi-chamber device. In this tutorial we are going to teach you how to use the most common type of cannabis grinder: a 4-piece grinder with a kief catcher.

But let's go through the basics first.

What is a grinder and why do I need one for cannabis?

As you might have guessed, a grinder is the tool you use to break up your cannabis into small pieces for smoother firing in bowls or to wrap in rolling papers and blunt wraps. There are a number of ways to grind cannabis if you don't have a grinder, but grinders speed up the process and offer benefits like kief catchers.

A kief catcher refers to the lower chamber below the screen that collects all the powerful crystal kief knocked off the tops during the grinding process. You can scoop out the kief and add it to the top of your bowl, or use it later to strain your own hash or cook edibles.

Above the screen you will find the grinding chamber with "teeth", i.e. the blades that do all the work. The lid of the grinder attaches to this part and metal grinders usually have a magnet to keep things safe while grinding.

How do you use a marijuana grinder?

  1. Remove the top cover. Use your fingers to break open larger buds and place them between the teeth of the grinder. Don't bother putting a button in the immediate center - this is where the magnet spins so nothing gets shredded in the center.
  2. Replace the top of the grinder and give it about 10 rotations until all the buds have fallen through the holes. You can remove the top and tap the side of the grinder to loosen any sticky bits stuck in the teeth.
  3. Unscrew the tine chamber to find the basket layer that holds all your freshly ground cannabis. Load it into your pipe, joint or blunt and enjoy!
  4. Once you've collected some kief in the bottom chamber, scrape some out with a piece of paper or the included scraping tool (not all grinder purchases include one, but they sure come in handy). Again, you can sprinkle kief on a bowl to make it stronger, or save it for something else. Be careful with metal scrapers as they can scrape aluminum particles with your kief!

Some people like to put a weight in the kief chamber to knock resin from the screen into the bottom bowl. A cleaned penny or nickel works perfectly for this.

How do you clean a sticky grinder?

One day you have used your grinder so much that it becomes sticky from kify resin. The threads on the sides where pieces are screwed together become gummy, making it difficult (or impossible) to twist open. Prevent your grinder from binding you by keeping it clean; here are a few tips to keep things running smoothly.

Rub the sticky parts of the grinder with isopropyl alcohol and salt. This is a go-to cleaning method for pipes and bongs, but it works just as well to remove the stickiness from grinder pieces.
Use a small brush (for example, a stiff-bristled brush, or a clean beard brush or toothbrush) to loosen kief from the screen.
Freezing your grinder will make it harder for kief to stick to surfaces. Consider putting your grinder in the freezer before clearing out the keify mess if it's particularly stubborn.
For really irreparably sticky grinders, sometimes it's best to just replace the thing altogether, especially if it's a cheap grinder.

What other grinder tips and hacks do you have to offer to those new to cannabis? Leave any questions or advice in the comments section below!

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Grinders

If you are new to cannabis, you may have a few questions about grinders and how to use them. Grinders can be purchased at almost any smoke shop or headshop, or you can order one online from Novus Fumus. They can be as simple as a grinder card (such as a cannabis cheese grater) or a more complex multi-chamber device. In this tutorial we are going to teach you how to use the most common type of cannabis grinder: a 4-piece grinder with a kief catcher.

But let's go through the basics first.

What is a grinder and why do I need one for cannabis?

As you might have guessed, a grinder is the tool you use to break up your cannabis into small pieces for smoother firing in bowls or to wrap in rolling papers and blunt wraps. There are a number of ways to grind cannabis if you don't have a grinder, but grinders speed up the process and offer benefits like kief catchers.

A kief catcher refers to the lower chamber below the screen that collects all the powerful crystal kief knocked off the tops during the grinding process. You can scoop out the kief and add it to the top of your bowl, or use it later to strain your own hash or cook edibles.

Above the screen you will find the grinding chamber with "teeth", i.e. the blades that do all the work. The lid of the grinder attaches to this part and metal grinders usually have a magnet to keep things safe while grinding.

How do you use a marijuana grinder?

  1. Remove the top cover. Use your fingers to break open larger buds and place them between the teeth of the grinder. Don't bother putting a button in the immediate center - this is where the magnet spins so nothing gets shredded in the center.
  2. Replace the top of the grinder and give it about 10 rotations until all the buds have fallen through the holes. You can remove the top and tap the side of the grinder to loosen any sticky bits stuck in the teeth.
  3. Unscrew the tine chamber to find the basket layer that holds all your freshly ground cannabis. Load it into your pipe, joint or blunt and enjoy!
  4. Once you've collected some kief in the bottom chamber, scrape some out with a piece of paper or the included scraping tool (not all grinder purchases include one, but they sure come in handy). Again, you can sprinkle kief on a bowl to make it stronger, or save it for something else. Be careful with metal scrapers as they can scrape aluminum particles with your kief!

Some people like to put a weight in the kief chamber to knock resin from the screen into the bottom bowl. A cleaned penny or nickel works perfectly for this.

How do you clean a sticky grinder?

One day you have used your grinder so much that it becomes sticky from kify resin. The threads on the sides where pieces are screwed together become gummy, making it difficult (or impossible) to twist open. Prevent your grinder from binding you by keeping it clean; here are a few tips to keep things running smoothly.

Rub the sticky parts of the grinder with isopropyl alcohol and salt. This is a go-to cleaning method for pipes and bongs, but it works just as well to remove the stickiness from grinder pieces.
Use a small brush (for example, a stiff-bristled brush, or a clean beard brush or toothbrush) to loosen kief from the screen.
Freezing your grinder will make it harder for kief to stick to surfaces. Consider putting your grinder in the freezer before clearing out the keify mess if it's particularly stubborn.
For really irreparably sticky grinders, sometimes it's best to just replace the thing altogether, especially if it's a cheap grinder.

What other grinder tips and hacks do you have to offer to those new to cannabis? Leave any questions or advice in the comments section below!

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