Back to the herb curing techniques, my favorite is to stick it in a glass jar (I usually use a mason jar) and throw it in the fridge, sealed. Water will condense on the glass, this will become very apparent, when you remove it from the cold. Open the jar, remove your herb and let it sit until it goes back to room temp. Same with the glass. Repeat this, until the herb gets to just lightly crunchy. When you pinch it, it feels sort of dry and crunch... but feels of substance still. Obviously the strain and grow will make a world of difference. This actually can work pretty quickly. If its cured for combustion, you can do it in a couple of hours.