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Posted 28 March 2009 - 11:30 AM
What I got from wikipedia was "A green tinge may indicate that the hashish is impure, has been cut with low-quality leaf or contains high quantities of chlorophyll"
But when i had more looks around some people suggested green colored hash may be more potent due to the fact there is blatantly more of the plant in it, which could increase its levels of THC. I don't really believe that.
It then came just afterwards that my friend bought some hash from a pretty well known dealer, which had a pretty green tint. He asked me if i would like to go around a smoke some with him and I did.
I immediately noticed a lack of the common hash smell when we where first burning and crumbling it into a joint. Then when we smoked it, it had little to no hashish taste to it. The high took alot longer to kick in and wasn't a very good one.
The next day when I got some nice browny hash from another person, it really allowed me to see how much this green hash had been inferior.
Don't get me wrong, it could just have been a bad batch, somewhere there may be extremely potent green hash.
Here's a picture of some of the hash we had left over from the dude, I'm pretty sure my friend gave it away
Edited by Purple4:20Haze, 28 March 2009 - 11:31 AM.
Posted 28 March 2009 - 02:03 PM
I just picked up a small block of Green Hash for 20 bucks to .8
I've never seen Hash that's green. I don't really know much about Hash. Does color mean anything?
It means it is relatively low quality hash.
Kife is not green, it's gold or brown or tan colored. The more green matter that gets mixed in with the kief before it is pressed into hash the greener the hash is.
EDIT: That's why the kief that comes out of many grinders is greenish; plant matter gets ground fine enough to mix in with it.
EDITED EDIT: People who say more plant matter makes the hash better are indeed incorrect. The kief is the resin gland (trichomes) and contain the highest THC concentration.
Edited by oldskoolgrower, 28 March 2009 - 02:06 PM.
Posted 29 March 2009 - 04:03 AM
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