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the best way to sell weed

Please and thank you guys first post.

A few weeks ago I lost my job, plus I gatta study and go to school so my schedule wasn’t really flexible. I know the dealer I buy my goods from also grows it indoor and even makes new strains by cross breeding, so I know I have a hook up their. But my problem is I don’t know where to start like:


yes do that, but don’t get fronted too much. my buddy got fronted an ounce and some punk stole it. my friend almost had his finger cut off.

how do I get customers? ( I can’t just ask anyone to buy )
secure locations for the exchange? ( off and on campus )
a quarter is 80$ how would I make profit from that? ( math.. )
and in the case I get busted, how do I get rid of it? ( eat it?? )

then again, his dealer was freaking out of his mind..

Grow with the Sun

The goal of most home growers who aren’t growing for personal use should be to grow enough high-quality weed that you can sell your product to dispensaries. The medical and recreational dispensaries that dot the land are the biggest buyers these days, so this is where you stand to make the most money .

How to Start Selling Weed

Next, you will need to get a license. Dispensaries will not come near you until you have one. You’ll need to also make sure that your grow is up to your state’s standards concerning things such as pesticides. Remember that a lot of states only allow medical marijuana. If you are in one of those states, you’ll need to make sure you are growing legal strains.

The thing is, dispensaries will only buy the best bud , so if you want to be able to sell the fruits of your labor to them, you need to get your grow game in gear. This does not only mean that you have to learn how to grow more and better quality pot. Selling cannabis to dispensaries is a highly regulated process, and as such, there are a lot of hoops to jump through.

How much should you charge? The best way is to sta rt off with an ounce, which you can buy for anywhere from $325 to $400, depending on the quality. From there, you can decide if you want to charge just enough to break even, or if you want to charge just a little more and actually turn a profit .