Blonde Hash – Tropical Tang – 1 gram
Nice, creamy, soft and velvety in texture, our variety of blonde hashes will have you zoned out in bliss.
Blonde Hash takes over your cerebral nerves and gives you a delightful body high. Blonde Hash can help with the pain from migraines, depression, nausea, loss of appetite, and stress. Though old school, it still provides the same effects compared to those new strains in the market today making this old timer a force that still needs to be reckoned with. Without a doubt in our minds, Blonde Hash has still a place on its own in the marijuana scenery.
About Hindu Kush
One of the original landrace strains that precipitated the popularization of cannabis throughout the world, Hindu Kush is a potent pure indica. It is indigenous to the Hindu Kush mountain chain that forms the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The meaning of the word “Kush” is disputed, and has been traced back to a Persian term for “Hindu killer” (in reference to the danger of crossing the inhospitable mountains) as well as to Avestan words meaning simply “water mountain.” In any case, Kush has become a byword for weed and is often used a suffix in the names of different strains, regardless of whether those strains have Hindu Kush in their lineage.
Hindu Kush boasts a slowly-mounting high that begins as a sense of physical relaxation and then progresses toward a state of mental fogginess. Users will feel a heavy sensation in the limbs and head and may not want to be especially active. The feeling of couch lock is commonly reported: users may have thoughts or intentions of getting up to perform a task, but will just as happily remain motionless. This immobilization can free up the mind for lazy contemplation and meandering creative thinking. Some psychedelic effects like visual distortions and strange tactile sensations may also be present. Because of its heavy body stone, Hindu Kush is not recommended for active daytime use. Instead, it works well as a numbing agent for chronic pain, an anti-nausea treatment, and as a way to relieve stress and anxiety.
1g per jar
Visual Characteristics of Good Hash
The appearance of hashish varies widely by type. Dry-sift is probably the most common type found in coffeeshops today; this type is produced by sieving the dry flowers so that the trichomes are separated out. The dry, trichome-packed powder that results is known as kief; it is then compressed to form hash.
Good-quality, pressed dry-sift ranges in appearance from light blondish-brown, soft, crumbly (almost “sandy”) in texture (for lightly-pressed hash), to dark-brown, shiny and hard (for heavily-pressed types). If looking at a hard, heavily-pressed form of dry-sift, it should still appear a lighter blondish-brown hue when cut open, and should become soft when warmed. Some dry-sift hashish, particularly of Lebanese origin, may be more reddish than blonde in appearance.