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Herb grinder

A herb grinder is the perfect device to grind your herbs and spices. Herb grinders are sometimes also referred to as bud grinders or herb mills because you can use them to crumble or mill buds and herbs for further consumption.

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Electric Herb Grinders

Electric Herb Grinders

Electric herb grinders running on batteries are very good at grinding herbs and resinous material. We offer several versions of these automatic grinders, from simple basic models to electric sieve grinders.

Acrylic Grinders

Acrylic Grinders

Acrylic grinders are the most popular since they are very robust and can be easily cleaned. In addition, they are available in all kinds of shapes and colors.

Metal Herb Grinders

Metal Herb Grinders

Metal herb grinders are more robust than the wooden or acrylic ones but also a little more expensive. On the other hand, the material yield of any acrylic herb grinder simply can not be compared with the excellent performance of a good metal grinder.

Wood & Stone

Wooden & Stone Grinders

Those are real classics. The first grinders were madeof wood or stone. Wooden and stone grinders have a good grip and are recommendable for occasional smokers.

Sifter Grinders

Sifter Grinders

Our sifter grinders come with a very fine mesh filter integrated into the lower part of the herb mill, so the resin and pollen don't get lost. This allows you to gather the resinous crystals separately.

Grinders with crank

Grinders with crank

Grinders with a crank handle make grinding so much easier and don't strain your wrist in the same way normal grinders do.

Space Case Grinders

Space Case Grinders

The grinders by Space Case are often mentioned when it comes to choosing the best grinders in the world, and that's for a reason. First-class quality, excellent material, sophisticated design and extreme durability characterize these high class grinders.

After Grow Grinders

After Grow Grinders

The Thorinder grinder by After Grow enjoys a reputation among smokers and stoners alike as one of the best weed and tobacco grinders on the market. These high quality grinding machines are clearly meant for smoking enthusiasts with high demands.

Magno Mix

Magno Mix

Magno Mix offers a fine range of metal herb grinders. The grinders by Magno Mix are visually appealing because of their attractive colours, but also economically - because of their affordable entry level prices.

C-Mills

C-Mills

With our powder mills, there will be no lumps any more, and you'll always have your material ready at hand in the blink of an eye.

Grinder Tools

Grinder Tools

Other tools to finely grind your herbs. Metal rasps are an innovative solution to get small pieces from resin lumps. Very simple but still innovative. Mortar and pestle have been used for ages in herb processing, as have rocking tools.

What is a grinder?

A grinder aka herb grinder or spice grinder is a device to shred herbs. They consist of at least two cylindrical parts which can be rotated in opposite directions. In doing so the contents between them are shredded according to the density and sharpness of the teeth within. More sophisticated grinders consist of three or more parts. The crushed material gets filtered through a screen to seperate leaves and woody parts from the desired pollen or crystals.

Herbs, lumps of tobacco and other substances dedicated for smoking are most easily chopped up or "ground" through the use of a grinder or herb mill.
These devices come in different styles, materials and sizes. Wood, metal, plastic etc...

The most popular type of grinder is likely to be filter grinders with pollen compartment - they do not only grind down the herbs but also filter them through a fine screen whereafter they get collected in a compartment and are almost ready-to-smoke.

Preparing herbs for grinding

If you want to grind herbs, depending on the variety, usually you'll have to do some preparing beforehand. This process includes removing the branches, which are mostly abundantly covered with leaves, and then drying the herb for a few days/weeks depending on the room and the climatical situation. Removing the branches can be done with scissors, a knife or with your hands.

Grinding herbs can increase the effect, because the inflorescence is getting cut open which leads to a better distribution of active components, perfectly balanced mix ratio and unobstructed air flow.