Cultivation: This Hash is produced from Cannabis plants grown in the Netherlands. Plants are usually cultivated Indoors but there are also small Outdoors and Greenhouse cultivations. Production: The manufacture method varies with the producer. Most of the Hash is produced thru screening like in Morocco, however there is also a small quantity of hand-rubbed Hash produced using the Afghani method (which of course is much better). However only a very small quantity of the Weed is transformed in Hashish. Color: Usually quite green, however this varies with the kind of Weed used and the producer. Smell: Usually quite grass or skunk – like, but depends from the kind of Weed. Taste: Same as above. Consistency: A lot of the Dutch Hashish is not pressed correctly (that’s an art) and usually beaks apart too easily. However recently the consistency improved, they seem to learn quickly. The above of course doesn’t refer to hand-rubbed Hash which is very soft like Afghani. Often the hash is simply the female heads crushed and pressed under huge weights to form a solid lump which very easily powders up. Effect: The kind of High depends from the strain of Weed which was used, however usually the high is quite active and cerebral. Potency: Potent to very potent, this stuff is better than any other kind of Hash available to the average user. It even beats most Nepali’s and nearly every kind Afghan. (Up to 59% THC) Availability: Very, very rare outside the Netherlands and surrounding countries. I wouldn’t hold your breath waiting for this stuff to appear on the British market. Sonstiges: The quality varies widely however the price is always high. There isn’t any standard denomination for the Dutch Hash. High quality powder can come under the name Sensi-Hash which is simply highly compressed THC crystals
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Shatter, wax, honeycomb, oil, crumble, sap, budder, pull-and-snap…these are some of the nicknames cannabis extracts have earned through their popularity, prevalence, and diversification. If you’ve heard any of those words before, they were likely used to describe BHO (butane hash oil), CO2 oil, or similar hydrocarbon extracts. This list of descriptive subcategories might lead you to believe that there are stark differences between each one, but the division between glass-like shatter and crumbly wax is more superficial than you’d expect.
For those of you who are new to the concentrates game, a cannabis extractis any oil that concentrates the plant’s chemical compounds like THC and CBD. This is achieved through a variety of extraction processes and solvents, the most common being butane.SKU: n/a