Deciding how fine to grind an herb is an important thing to consider.
Too fine a grind and you’ve just made powder; too coarse, and you might as well not have used a grinder at all. So...
That is exactly what we are going to discuss in this article, so sit down and enjoy learning a little bit more about the world of herb grinders!
So now that you know how fine to grind your herbs, the next part is to find a grinder that can deliver the desired size of grind and do it consistently.
We recommend going with an electric grinder: many of these, such as the Mamba electric grinder, are able to produce a consistent grind at the size you need because the grinding teeth compartment is often combined with a screen and dispensing mechanism that allows fully-ground herb to fall through into whatever container you are using to catch the grind.
This helps ensure the grind is consistent: large pieces remain in the grind until they are shredded to the right size, and material that is ground leaves the grinder instead of remaining inside to potentially clog the grinder.
In the case of a grinder like the Mamba, the designers have fitted it with a screen from the factory that allows for the right grind to be achieved each and every time: essentially, the guesswork has been taken out of the grinding process. Just load the herbs, hit the button, and you’ll be enjoying your herbs the right way each and every time.
When grinding your herb, there are 2 things you need to do:
Size and consistency: these are critical concepts to making sure you are getting the most out of your herb.
And remember, you don’t have to do it all yourself: there are plenty of battery-powered electric grinders out there that can do the job for you, letting you spend time doing the important part: enjoying your herbs!
You don't actually need to grind your herb? Think again! Check out the video below to understand why you should be grinding your herb:
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