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Hash firecrackers?


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Willie The Pimp

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I have a substantial amount of hash that I keep for 'backup' purposes when I run dry of green. Although I've never really enjoyed smoking it and I think its just going to waste the way its going now.

So i'm thinking of making some firecrackers. Has anyone had any experience with making firecrackers with hash? Does it work in the same way?

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Bumpedy bump

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Yes, you can use hash for firecrackers. I've only used hash for edibles once, for brownies... worked out fine.

Hash is still THC, and the whole point of firecrackers is that the THC absorbs into the fat in peanut butter, so theoretically it will work every bit as well.

On a side note, I know it's simple stuff, but remember that hash is a different story than weed. Pay very close attention to how much you use per firecracker, A firecracker with .5g of weed is pleasant. A firecracker with .5g of hash might be over-the-top.

Edited by Horrorshow, 28 May 2010 - 03:20 AM.
Accidentaly deleted middle paragraph


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Thanks man, its just in my area the hash is no where near as potent as the weed. I'll definitely be giving it a go mind. Thanks again.




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