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Founded in 1997, Boveda’s patented 2-way humidity control has becoming a trusted option to maximize the storage of wooden instruments, electronics, food, herbs, and more. There are a variety of Boveda packs, each engineered to maintain a specific humidity level (13-97%).

The Boveda 62 was formulated to maintain the perfect level of moisture to guarantee quality cannabis every time. This allows cultivators and legal cannabis providers to maximize the color, aroma, and flavor of their products.

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March 07, 2014

Boveda: Optimizing Cannabis Storage Through 2-Way Humidity Control
While it may not be something that your average medical marijuana patient thinks about, the way that you store your cannabis can greatly affect its quality. Growers and dispensary owners have to take great care to make sure that their cannabis is properly dried and then stored in in the proper conditions to ensure maximum quality. In fact, many experienced cultivators will tell you that curing (storing/aging your cannabis) is the most important part of producing connoisseur-quality flowers, and it can be the hardest to master. With that said, Boveda (formerly Humidipak) has developed a solution that can make long-term …

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DISCLAIMER: The professionals and companies described are not associated or affiliated with Medical Jane, and they may not endorse Medical Jane or the information provided. The names of other companies, products and services are the property of their respective owners.

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