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Dank/hash/oil

Discussion in 'Marijuana Stash Box' started by triplecde, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. whats the difference between dank/hash/oil
     
  2. Everything
     
  3. Jk, I'll explain.

    Dank- VERY top shelf weed. High crystal concentration, properly harvested, properly cured and manicured. Not too wet (wet is preferable over dryness) or too dry (brick)

    Hash is a solid concentrate of THC and CBN/CBD with minimal plant matter.

    Oil is similar to a liquid hash, used for dabbing and topping.
     
  4. If you have to ask this question, it makes it seem like your under 18....
     

  5. or just that i dont know much about weed
     
  6. [​IMG]

    Everyone cheese it! It's the age police! They will wrongfully acuse us all! *jumps out of window into bushes in front of house*
     
  7. [quote name='"DrSheldonCooper"']

    Everyone cheese it! It's the age police! They will wrongfully acuse us all! *jumps out of window into bushes in front of house*[/quote]

    + rep whenever i get to a computer. lol
     
  8. A few photos of each kind, may help to clear up your confusion... so here ya go! :)



    'Dank'
    - (ie. cannabis flowers, that have been grown, flushed, cured, and stored properly..
    the below, had been curing for 4 months, without losing its shape, glands, or
    even bending the hairs!)

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    'Hash' - (in the form of a disk, of pressed fine dry-sift, resting on a 'bed of dank'.... will
    usually have trichome structures intact. Can be 'bubble', or ice-hash etc. as well)

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    Before pressing....

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    An 'Oil' - (or concentrate, for smoking or vaping.... 'oil' can be tacky, to gummy, to
    pliable, to solid 'shatter' at room temp, depending on terpene, oil content, &
    treatment/processing... this is the glandular material, inside the trichomes)

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    (A 'dirty oil'... pressed and manipulated by hand, while cooling, also containing trace
    amounts of chlorophyll & plant salts
    )

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    And 'Edible Oil' - (ie. this is the stuff made from either hash OR flowers, that is used for
    cooking! It can sometimes 'look' like smoking oil, especially in coconut
    oil which is solid at room temp, but it can not be smoked or vaped.)

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    Hope this helps! :)


    We all had to start somewhere.... not all of us were blazing up and dabbing as teenagers,
    I explain the same differences between cannabis 'products' to even elderly patients, all
    the time! :wave:
     
  9. [quote name='"BadKittySmiles"']A few photos of each kind, may help to clear up your confusion... so here ya go! :)

    'Dank' - (ie. cannabis flowers, that have been grown, flushed, cured, and stored properly..
    the below, had been curing for 4 months, without losing its shape, glands, or
    even bending the hairs!)

    'Hash' - (in the form of a disk, of pressed fine dry-sift, resting on a 'bed of dank'.... will
    usually have trichome structures intact. Can be 'bubble', or ice-hash etc. as well)

    Before pressing....

    An 'Oil' - (or concentrate, for smoking or vaping.... 'oil' can be tacky, to gummy, to
    pliable, to solid 'shatter' at room temp, depending on terpene, oil content, &
    treatment/processing... this is the glandular material, inside the trichomes)

    (A 'dirty oil'... pressed and manipulated by hand, while cooling, also containing trace
    amounts of chlorophyll & plant salts)

    And 'Edible Oil' - (ie. this is the stuff made from either hash OR flowers, that is used for
    cooking! It can sometimes 'look' like smoking oil, especially in coconut
    oil which is solid at room temp, but it can not be smoked or vaped.)

    Hope this helps! :)

    We all had to start somewhere.... not all of us were blazing up and dabbing as teenagers,
    I explain the same differences between cannabis 'products' to even elderly patients, all
    the time! :wave:[/quote]

    you have a job in medical marijuana? you are living the life dude. lol
     
  10. Riiiight.
     

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