Usually herbs are prepared before they can be hackled with a grinder. This process includes removing the branches, which are mostly abundantly covered with vegetation, and then drying the herb for a few days/weeks depending on the room and the climatical situation. Cutting off the branches can occur with a scissor, a knife or with the hands.
Grinding herb can increase the effect of psychoactive substances, because the flowering is getting fissured, and that causes the mix ratio of the grinded substance with an additional substance or leaf material to be perfectly balanced, and the air flow when firing up is increased.
In the early days of enjoying marihuana or other spices, the grinding process was performed either with bare hands or home made tools, if the inventive talent was already at a high level, when the inventor's brain was fumigated frequently.
Nowadays many companies, which are resident in the growing sector, have found out uniform ways of grinding herb. Developers from all over the world seem to share the same idea of a herb grinder that is pocket-size, fully functional and highlighted with an unmistakable logo, material or shape.
Let's get down with the shape: A grinder consists out of 2 circular shaped cases, which have pins on each side, perfectly measured to fit respectful into the other half. The round shape also allows the grinding process, which mainly consists of applying rotation force to both ends, to appear in an easy understandable way.
An important part of the modern grinder is the sieve, which keeps the micro pollen from getting lost inside of the grinder. This fine pollen can be used to knead a thick lump of hash out of it, if the grinder has been used often and there is enough material to work with. There are two types of herb grinders that are used to treat mariuhana. At first there is a simple herb grinder with basic function, and then there is a pollenator, which collects the pollen with an integrated sieve.