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Ancient Hash making methods - Interesting read. Check it out! (pics included)

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by cannabisguru, Mar 20, 2011.


    cannabisguru Well-Known Member

    Hashish - How Nepalese Hashish Is Made

    hashnep1a.jpg This is the simplest, technically, as well as the hardest, physically, method of making hashish. All the worker needs to do is rub the Nepalese marijuana plants continuously between his hands until the resin, accumulating on his palms, becomes thick enough to be safely scraped off.

    hashnep1b.jpg hashnep1a.jpg To obtain what will amount to a relatively small quantity, at the end of a working day, requires great physical effort.

    hashnep1c.jpg As if this were not already hard enough, the conscientious worker can begin his work only well into the day. He continues under the burring sun. He had to wait for the moisture, the plants retained during the subtropical night, to dry out.

    hashnep1d.jpg If he were to rub the wet plants early in the morning, he could obtain a greater, and heavier, quantity of hashish at the end of his working day. But the quality would suffer.

    hashnep1e.jpg An honest producer is never seduced by this temptation. It would greatly affect the quality of his product.

    Hashish - Pictures Of How Lebanese Hashish Is Made

    hashleb1a.jpg Inside the rooms where the marijuana plants are dried during the warm autumn months.

    hashleb1b.jpg A table is used first, to allow two or more people to work simultaneously so they can complete this first handling of the bulk of the plants as speedily as possible.

    hashleb1c.jpg The worker can apply the greatest pressure to the rubbing of the plants, with an ingenious tool and, literally, push them through the metal net. A large amount of seeds and stems are eliminate at this stage.

    hashleb1d.jpg The process continues by the same principle of sieving over and over again.

    hashleb1e.jpg At least three or four different-size sieves are used in order gradually to reduce the plant to powder.

    hashleb1f.jpg At least three or four different-size sieves are used in order gradually to reduce the plant to powder.

    Interesting stuff if I may say so myself.. ;)

    hope you enjoyed the read!

    Dizzle Frost

    Dizzle Frost Well-Known Member

    awesome mang! i love olden day methods.

    ever see the video of Gypsy in Morocco? pretty good hash vid.

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