Marijuana is an amazing plant that helps thousands of people daily. But there is one thing we all know about marijuana—it has a very strong smell!
While many individuals enjoy the smell of cannabis, the scent that lingers after you smoke can be unpleasant and clings to hair, clothing, furniture and carpet. Fortunately, there are ways that you can help reduce or eliminate the smell after taking your medication.
Indoor Air Purifiers
If the smell of cannabis is lingering in your home, an air purifier may be just what you need. Indoor air purifiers neutralize odors, while removing impurities from the air. These filtering devices will leave your home smelling fresher as well as improving your indoor air quality.
Consider Using Vape or Edibles
Smoking cannabis flower will give off the most distinct smell. However, a less potent way to consume your cannabis is by using a vape pen. Vape pens use hot air rather than fire to release THC from marijuana. As a result, the flower will not burn and the odor isn’t as strong. THC-infused edibles are another good option for patients that don’t want a lingering, noticeable odor.
Mask The Odor With Other Products
Although masking an odor isn’t the best solution permanently, it can temporarily help a lingering scent and make your home smell better. Products such as an essential oil diffuser, air freshener sprays, candles or burning incense can help get rid of the smell.
Cannabis flower that is left out in the open can give off a powerful aroma before it is even smoked. Properly storing your cannabis in an airtight mason jar can help mask the odor. An additional perk to this method is that it helps your cannabis flower stay fresh, ensuring a longer shelf life.
Have a Change of Clothes
Marijuana smoke can easily cling to clothing. If you plan on leaving the house after medicating and are concerned about carrying the smell of cannabis, changing your clothes can help eliminate the scent.
What are some other helpful methods you’ve used to mask the odor of marijuana?
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