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What's The Best Grinder For Me?

We break down some of the most popular grinder types and what you should look out for when buying a herb grinder from a bong shop such as Glass Bongs Australia.

Unlock The Benefits Of A Weed Grinder

We dive into the world of grinders including what they are, how to use them, the different types and their benefits to your overall smoking experience.

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Grinders FAQ

What Is A Weed Grinder?

A weed grinder is a tool used to chop cannabis or other herbs such as medicinal marijuana, into smaller pieces so it can be used in joints, bongs or vapes. Grinding ensures your herbs have a fine and even consistency making it easier to roll, pack and smoke. By breaking your nugs down into light, fluffy and manageable sized bits you'll enhance your overall smoking experience with a more even and smoother burn.

How Do I Use A Weed Grinder?

Grinding herbs, such as medicinal marijuana, is an easy process. Place your nugs, without leaves or stems, in the teeth of the grinder. Close the lid and grind by twisting the grinder 10 - 12 times. You'll feel resistance at first but your grinding action will become smooth as your bud breaks down into a smaller and finer consistency. As your bud grinds down, it will fall through the holes and into the storage chamber. Unscrew the grinder and open the storage chamber to round up your herbs and place them in your desired smoking apparatus (i.e. joint, bong or vape). The screen in the third compartment of your grinder is a kief collector which gathers the extremely fine trichomes of your herbs into a powdery substance. Kief is a highly sought-after, valuable and potent by-product of grinding and can be applied to your smoking sessions for a stronger hit. Visit How To Use A Weed Grinder: The Beginner's Guide for more information on how to use weed grinders.

What Types Of Weed Grinders Are There?

Grinders come in a variety of unique styles and materials. The most common types of grinders are acrylic, aluminium and wood. Acrylic grinders are cheap, light and easy-to-use. However, they're not as durable as their teeth can blunt quickly. Aluminium grinders are the most popular as they're reliable, consistent and cost-effective. Wood grinders are aesthetically pleasing, extremely stylish and feel fantastic when grinding. Other types of grinders include non-stick ceramic coated grinders, electric grinders and stainless steel grinders.

What Are The Most Common Weed Grinder Sizes?

There are three main sizes of weed grinders including two-piece, three-piece and four-piece. A two-piece grinder is the most basic size with a top and bottom piece with teeth on both sides. A three-piece grinder features top and middle parts to grind while the bottom piece is the chamber which collects your ground herb. A four-piece grinder is similar to a three-piece grinder but features an added mesh screen which filters your kief to the bottom chamber.

What Is A Kief Collector?

Many weed grinders come with a kief collector or pollen catcher. This is a compartment within your grinder, most commonly found in grinders with three or more compartments. When you grind your herbs, your chopped herbs will sit on a screen while all your super fine, potent and precious pollen will sift through the screen to your bottom chamber where it collects over time. Add this caught kief to your bongs, joints or vapes for an added kick to your smoke.

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