What is Hash?
Hash or hashish is known as being one of the oldest form of cannabis concentrates with recorded usage that dates back to over 900 years ago, although it has probably been used for much longer. Hash has a long history in the ancient regions of Afghanistan, Egypt, India, Iran, Morocco, Nepal and Pakistan before it eventually made its way to Europe in the 18th century. It is made using the cannabinoid rich trichomes of the cannabis plant along with varying amounts of the flower and leaves. The trichomes are pressed using heat into a solid but malleable cake or brick that is brown or reddish in colour. Hash is typically consumed through smoking using a pipe, bong, joint or vaporizer, and has THC levels between 15-25%.
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