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Hash is, just like weed, a product of the weed plant. The difference is that hash only contains the concentrated parts of the flowers, for example by sieving. You can find hash in every corner of the world. The region and the method of preparation are responsible for countless types of hash available on the market. From cubes to balls and from crumbs to sticks. In this article we look at the most common types of hash and see what the differences are.
Types of Hash List
A list with the types of hash can be as long or as short as you have time to put it together. For this list we have limited ourselves to the most common hash types in the Amsterdam coffeeshops. Hash can be found all over the world. Although Morocco and Afghanistan are known as real hash countries, there is also special hash available from Tibet, Mexico and the Philippines, all with slightly different methods of preparation.

A short summary for the inexperienced. Hash is an extract of weed, in which the THC-rich parts of the plant are separated from the THC-poorer parts. This is done by sieving, kneading, pressing, heating and freezing with or without tools – in short, a whole range of operations. You can make all these types of hash yourself from any weed. Names like Afghani or Kush refer in the first place to the area of origin. The type of weed that is used, determines the effect of the hash.

That’s the reason we won’t be talking about the different effects of hash – it just depends on the type of weed you use to make hash. That makes the most important difference when it comes to the effect.

Choose a THC-bomb such as Wedding Cake or take a traditional Northern Light to start making your own hash. Or go crazy and make your own CBD-hash with Auto CBD White Widow. The balanced high of this autoflowering weed will appeal to both recreational and medicinal users!

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