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Kief vs. Hash—What’s the Difference and How Can They be Used?


Cannabis legalization has brought about a plethora of different methods of consumption for patients and recreational users alike. In the past, when someone was referencing cannabis consumption, it typically boiled down to smoking a joint or eating a brownie. Nowadays cannabis consumption includes a rich variety of methods.

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Understanding Hash and Its Many Varieties

Kind Meds (Cannabis Education Blog)

When discussing these benefits, people will often list other such substances that could be effective, and during such discussions, hash is sometimes brought up. However, what many don’t realize is that hash is derived from the cannabis plant as well. Similarly, hash is another substance that is derived from the cannabis plant.

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Canadian hash products to sample this summer (hot knives not included)


Hash is the OG cannabis concentrate. As a product, hash is anything but new yet a bevy of new market offerings has extracted fresh interest in this retro item. Nowadays, hash is made in a number of ways including dry sifting, ice water (bubble hash), or solvents. . Legal hash options bring legacy consumers.

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Dry Sift vs. Bubble Hash – The differences and benefits between them.

The Joint Blog

Dry sift and bubble hash are the names of two paths that will lead to the same destination: the production of sweet hash. . Hash is a cannabis concentrate that you can smoke in pipes, bongs, or joints. In addition to smoking it, we can produce other concentrates like pressing hash into rosin. Dry Sift Hash. .

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Cannabis Accessories That Enhance The Consumption Experience


Cannabis accessories are a key part of the consumption experience. Have you noticed any trends in cannabis consumption devices? The biggest trends in cannabis consumption these days are in the twin fields of edibles and oils. So over time, it collects kief in the bottom chamber. What makes you excited about what you do?

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Strike Oil: Desire for Cannabis Oil Heats Up


The idea was that ice made the plants contract, and the pollen glades (“trichomes”) fell out. When collected at the bottom of the bag, it looks like sand, and inside is the pollen that has all of the cannabinoids. PHARM TO TABLE: The industry is going through a long cycle regarding how it extracts the good stuff from the plants.

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Dabbing: What it is & How to Do it

The Herb Collective

Dabs, which are sometimes referred to as hash oils, are created by separating the THC and other cannabinoids from the plant’s trichomes with the use of a solvent such as carbon dioxide, CO2 or butane. These concentrates can also be referred to as shatter, wax, butane hash oil, live resin, bubble hash, rosin, keef and budder.

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