Nepalese Stick Hash
Buy Nepalese Stick Hash
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:
Buy Big Oatmeal Cookie of Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze. The two time Cannabis Cup winner from Green House Seeds. Order Super Lemon strain highlights because is a kief-caked multi-colored wonder. As the name states this strain is real. So as for the taste, it’s everything one would expect from the namesake. So tart and sweet are like lemon heads candy and are not quite as sharp as one might expect. The effects are uniquely energetic and lively, may not be the best strain because those of us that are naturally wound-up tight.This strain took root in the early 90’s, because it believes to have descended from Chemdawg 91 and Super Skunk.
lemony characteristics. The smell is zesty, citrus y, and a little sweet. As for the taste, it’s everything one would expect from the namesake. So tart and sweet like lemon heads candy – not quite as sharp as one might expect. The effects are uniquely energetic and lively, so may not be the best strain for those of us that are naturally wound-up tight. The Super Lemon Strain Highlights mostly sells in the London capital of UK.
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