Marijuana shake, also known as weed shake, is a term used to describe the loose, leafy plant material that falls off of cannabis buds during the harvesting process. This material consists of small bits of flower, trichomes, and sugar leaves that have broken off of the main buds.

Shake is typically considered to be lower quality than the larger, more resinous buds, but it can still be used to make a variety of cannabis products. Some people use shake to make edibles, tinctures, or cannabis-infused oils, while others may use it to roll joints or pack bowls.

It's worth noting that shake can vary in quality depending on the strain of cannabis it comes from and how it was harvested. Some strains may produce more shake than others, and shake from high-quality buds may still be more potent than shake from lower-quality buds. As with any cannabis product, it's important to purchase from a reputable source and exercise caution when using marijuana shake.

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