MOROCCAN HASH | MOROCCAN HASH PIPE
Moroccan hash has a lustrous history. In fact, since its discovery, it has found itself in many countries over centuries and is now considered to be one of the greatest substances within the cannabis industry. However, the real question is: what is hash? And what’s so great specifically about Moroccan hash? And is it as ancient as everyone thinks? Well, today we’re going to be delving into the beautiful aromatic world of Moroccan hash. If you’ve encountered hashish before then you’ll know what a great substance it is, if you haven’t, then read on and say hello to hash for the first time.
Hash is technically part of the cannabis concentrate family. Cannabis concentrates are a concentrated mass of trichomes, which are the purest part of the marijuana plant. When cannabis concentrates are made, they are designed to be more potent than usual cannabis buds. Therefore, hash can contain anywhere from 20-60% THC. The usual cannabis bud contains around 15-20% THC. Therefore, hash is something to be used with respect. Hash is usually brown in colour and comes in soft or hard blocks. The harder the block, the more time you’ll need to spend melting it into a small enough substance in order to consume it. Hashish – or hash for short – is usually smoked in a joint or vaped in a dry herb vaporizer. The fact that hash contains this amount of THC means it is illegal in the majority of countries around the world.
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.