Hashish in Canada
Made from cannabis resin, hashish in Canada is part of a long tradition. Historical evidence found on the steppes of China and central Asia shows that hash has been produced since 900 AD and perhaps even as far back as 10,000 BC. Cannabis resin is present in glands called trichomes, which are tiny, sticky crystals that cover all parts of the buds of the marijuana plant, from the interior stems to the surrounding leaves.
Cannabis resin contains several cannabinoids, most particularly tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and they occur in high concentrations. That’s why hashish in Canada has a higher concentration of THC than cannabis products not made from concentrates. Hashish may be solid or resinous depending on the preparation method. The colour of hashish in Canada most commonly ranges from light to dark brown, but it can vary from transparent and yellow, through dark beige and red, all the way to black. Colour is affected mainly by the process used to make hashish in Canada and amount of solvent that remains in the product.
Hashish in Canada comes in several forms. Pressed hashish is usually solid, while water-purified hashish, called bubble hash, is usually like a hard, but slightly crumbly, paste in texture. Interestingly, when cannabis plants are harvested can also affect the colour of hashish in Canada. Yellow hash is made from plants harvested early in their growth cycle, while red hash comes from slightly older plants.
In terms of hashish in Canada, kief refers to the trichomes that have accumulated during the process of sifting loose, dry cannabis flowers. Also known as dry sift or pollen, kief contains a concentration of psychoactive cannabinoids comparable to concentrates like sugar wax and shatter. Kief can be collected, heated, and pressed into cakes of hashish or it can be used in powder form, such as when rocks are rolled in kief.
At Stress Free Delivery, we maintain high standards when it comes to hashish in Canada. Among our products you’ll find bubble hash, plus Afghani, Himalayan, Lebanese, Moroccan, and Nepalese hash, and live resin hash as well as gums, rocks, and kief.