A little dab will do you—but make sure you know what you’re doing first.
If you don’t live in a traditional growing region, access to fresh weed flowers is yet another modern luxury. Like any other agricultural output, cannabis flower has a shelf life, which explains why, throughout its long, long history, the drug has often been often consumed in its super potent (and super shelf stable) form—hash.
Today, hash falls into the category of concentrates, in which the psychoactive and aromatic ingredients of the cannabis plant are harvested and transformed into a potent, condensed form. While hash is literally ancient, current tech has innovated specialized techniques that have completely changed how we consume concentrates, and even created new types of cannabis extracts like waxes, butters, and isolates.
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