Real Moroccan Hash is the pride and joy for any serious connoisseur. Cheeba’s is proud to offer Hash straight from Morocco! This stuff is hard to find and well worth the price when you do.
There’s no shortage of selection online for hash heads, but the real stuff is undeniably better than an hash or extract or concentrate made in Canada. Shatter is great, and in many ways stronger than this, but the body high this hash gives is second to none.
Smell/taste: lightly aromatic, not really spicy. Mild taste, not harsh on the throat
Effects: Active high, clear headed and cerebral.
Even if you don’t normally smoke hash, you should buy this now. All clients and staff who have tested it can vouch for it’s quality.
Morocco is the Hash capital of North Africa and is said to produce the finest Hash in the world.
New York does pizza, Vancouver does sushi, Morocco does Hash.
Moroccan Primero Hash is a realistic hash clone. It is worldwide legal, and it will be legal forever. It does NOT contain any THC, synthetic cannabinoids or other research chemicals (like JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-250, AM-2209 etc.). It is probably the best legal hashish clone on the market. We only use natural, food quality materials. It looks like hash, it feels like hash, it smells like hemp and it has a very good taste. Moroccan Primero hashish only differs in colour from our other products. If you are not familiar with our products, buy a sample pack first. The shipping is free. Buy more from our legal hash clone products and the price will be lower.
Cultivation: Cannabis is cultivated in the Northern regions, especially in the province of Ketama. In 1992 Morocco cultivated at least 30’000 acres of Cannabis. This produces about 15’000 tons of Hashish, which are exported to Europe (especially Spain, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Italy). Color: Greenish to brown. Due to the relatively short growing season the plants retain a quite green color at harvest. Smell: Lightly aromatic, not spicy. Taste: Compared to other kinds of Hash the taste is very mild. Personally speaking the taste of Morocco is one of my favorites, it’s very soft on the throat (especially in good varieties like Pollen or Zero-Zero) and reminds of Weed. Consistency: Quite variable, however generally quite hard. Usually Morocco is sold in 0,5 – 1,5cm thick slabs. Pollen is less pressed than normal Morocco, ZeroZero is very soft, almost like Afghani. Effect: Compared to other kinds of Hash it produces a quite cerebral and active high. Potency: Light to medium, only rarely potent. Even very good Morocco can’t be called particularly strong. (0.9%-10% THC) Availability: Moroccan is the most common kind of Hash on the European market, only recently it became possible for the average consumer to find other kinds of Hash on the street. Morocco is sold under many names: Standard, Melange, Premier, Zero, Zero-Zero, Sputnik, Pollen, Chocolate and probably many others. Unfortunately these names aren’t very useful, dealers sell everything which is slightly better than Standard under a variety of names. Real Pollen is light-brown in color, sold in thick, lightly compressed slabs. When heated it expands much more than other Moroccan’s. I should add that botanically speaking the definition Pollen is completely wrong. Of course the Hash is produced from Female resin glands and not from male pollens (which contain virtually no THC). Various: Even though the locals will offer you hash at very, very good prices, be very careful. Don’t tell them where you’re staying, don’t let the hotel staff catch you with a spliff. Paranoia is a useful tool when it saves you from a five year prison sentence!!!
Cultivation: This Hash is produced from Cannabis plants grown in the Netherlands. Plants are usually cultivated Indoors but there are also small Outdoors and Greenhouse cultivations. Production: The manufacture method varies with the producer. Most of the Hash is produced thru screening like in Morocco, however there is also a small quantity of hand-rubbed Hash produced using the Afghani method (which of course is much better). However only a very small quantity of the Weed is transformed in Hashish. Color: Usually quite green, however this varies with the kind of Weed used and the producer. Smell: Usually quite grass or skunk – like, but depends from the kind of Weed. Taste: Same as above. Consistency: A lot of the Dutch Hashish is not pressed correctly (that’s an art) and usually beaks apart too easily. However recently the consistency improved, they seem to learn quickly. The above of course doesn’t refer to hand-rubbed Hash which is very soft like Afghani. Often the hash is simply the female heads crushed and pressed under huge weights to form a solid lump which very easily powders up. Effect: The kind of High depends from the strain of Weed which was used, however usually the high is quite active and cerebral. Potency: Potent to very potent, this stuff is better than any other kind of Hash available to the average user. It even beats most Nepali’s and nearly every kind Afghan. (Up to 59% THC) Availability: Very, very rare outside the Netherlands and surrounding countries. I wouldn’t hold your breath waiting for this stuff to appear on the British market. Sonstiges: The quality varies widely however the price is always high. There isn’t any standard denomination for the Dutch Hash. High quality powder can come under the name Sensi-Hash which is simply highly compressed THC crystals
Cultivation: There are small Cannabis cultivations everywhere in the Highlands of Nepal. Production: The resin is collected by carefully rubbing the buds between both hands. Later the collected resin is pressed to homogenous Hash-Balls (Temple Balls). Before shipment these balls are pressed in slabs. Color: Black on the outside, dark-brown inside. Smell: The aroma is very spicy, heavy and quite sweet. It is particularly potent if a piece of Hash is broken-up. Taste: Highly aromatic and sweet, more so than Afghani but still less harsh on the throat. Consistency: Usually somewhat harder than Afghani but still soft enough to be kneaded at body temperature. Effect: Very physical and stony high. Potency: Potent to very potent.(11%-15% THC) Availability: Very rare. Sonstiges: The best Hash comes from Nepal. This stuff is simply the best – if it really is Nepalese and not some Afghani sold as Nepalese. Usually Nepalese is very expensive, in Amsterdam the best Hash in many Coffee-Shops is nothing else than Nepalese. Personally I think it’s always worth the money, at least if you like the stony high it produces. Unfortunately Nepali has been very rare around here in the last years. From time to time small quantities become available
Afghani Temple Ball hashish is known for its sticky, resiny, color and texture, its sweet, tangy taste, and its narcotic, dream-inducing high. Super-potent Temple Ball Hashish was available at teahouses inside Afghanistan, and as exported fingers, sticks, hooves, half moons, slabs and bricks that had a wide array of colors, tastes, and profiles. It is now becoming a rare item.
Scissor or finger hash is the product of trimming wet cannabis plants. Cannabis plants are very sticky, especially when they still growing and wet. While handling and trimming plants, the resin stalks (trichomes) get rubbed onto growers hands/gloves and scissors. By rubbing the trichomes off the hands/gloves/scissors, you get essentially wet kief. The product is often discoloured (due to plant matter, dirt, etc) and gummy in texture
1 gram ..$30
Shatter, with its flawless amber glass transparency, has a reputation for being the purest and cleanest type of extract. But translucence isn’t necessarily the tell-tale sign of quality – the consistency and texture of oil comes down to different factors entirely.
The reason shatter comes out perfectly clear has to do with the molecules which, if left undisturbed, form a glass-like appearance. Heat, moisture, and high terpene contents can also affect the texture, turning oils into a runnier substance that resembles sap (hence the commonly used nickname “sap”).
Wax, DabCannabis wax refers to the softer, opaque oils that have lost their transparency after extraction. Unlike those of transparent oils, the molecules of cannabis wax crystallize as a result of agitation. Light can’t travel through irregular molecular densities, and that refraction leaves us with a solid, non-transparent oil.
Cannabis wax refers to the softer, opaque oils that have lost their transparency after extraction. Unlike those of transparent oils, the molecules of cannabis wax crystallize as a result of agitation. Light can’t travel through irregular molecular densities, and that refraction leaves us with a solid, non-transparent oil.