Blonde Moroccan Hash (Casa Di Stamp)
$200.00 – $2,100.00
Morocco is one of the countries where hashish has been used for hundreds of years. This is also one of the best regions for growing premium-quality hash. People who have been using hashish for a long time will enjoy Moroccan hashish. This firm Moroccan hash with a dark auburn blonde hue comes with an aromatic smell and the taste is simply incredible. This is how original hash looks and feels like. The product you are looking at is made from plant materials with the highest quality, so you can expect to get the most from your next hash adventure.
Texture: Medium Soft
Blonde Morrocan Hash Information :
Strain of Hash (Morrocan :
Blonde Morrocan hash comes in two common varieties, yellow and red. Though some argue that yellow and red are two separate strains, they are made with cannabis harvested at different stages in the growth cycle.
Yellow hash is made from plants harvested early when they are high in THC and produces nice cerebral effects. Red hash comes from plants that are a little bit older and are said to contain higher amounts of non-psychoactive CBN, making it milder though still wonderfully potent.
Hashish has quite a long history in Lebanon. At one point, the cannabis-gold was even used as a currency. So, it’s safe to say that the Lebanese know their stuff when it comes to making amazing cannabis products. Once the hardy indica hash plants are harvested, dried, and cured, the hash can be made.
Producers often use a silk screen method to extract reddish-gold resin glands. Then, all of this kief is stored through the end of fall. Once wintertime rolls around, it’s hash pressing season. Kief crystals are transferred to cotton or linen bags and pressed. This creates a soft, crumbly, smooth hash brick.
If you’re lucky enough to come across some real Lebanese hash, you won’t want to pass it up. This soft, golden treasure is often imprinted with the country’s trademark cedar tree and produces a smooth, relaxed high.
Finding some landrace Lebanese hash seeds is also a luxury these days. Though, there’s nothing like a Lebanese strain grown in its home environment.
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