This Moroccan strain is derived from the surrounding areas of the Rif Mountains in Morocco such as Chefchaouen, and Ketama. Ketama, Morocco is one of the best hash-producing regions in the world, creating serious competition between Afghan and Arabic cannabis production as well as surrounding Moroccan hashish-producing regions.
Ketama, or “Ketama Xaoen,” is the name of the 100% Indica Moroccan hash, derived from Northern Morocco. This strain has been adapted to fit European growing conditions, making its way from Kif country in Morocco to the coffeeshops of Amsterdam.
The 100% Indica makeup of Ketama kush produces relaxing effects and can act as an effective treatment for pain. Users report an incredible, euphoric high, encouraging a positive, uplifted feeling due to the high level of THC in this great hash. Upon using Ketama Gold Moroccan Hash, creative thoughts start to take over, while sedating the body so that the user can enjoy a unique, psychedelic experience while feeling calm. Users can expect to sink into deep relaxation with this 100% Indica high, with little motivation to move. Ketama is a good hash for certain medical uses such as treating chronic pain, muscle spasms, headaches, and migraines. The Ketama strain features dense nugs with a deep olive green hue.
What is Hash?
Hashish, also referred to simply as hash, is a cannabis concentrate that’s typically inhaled or smoked. Hashish can be made using a few different methods, but the essential steps are removing the trichome glands from a cannabis plant and repeatedly compressing them to form a hardened, solid piece. It’s arguably one of the oldest types of cannabis concentrates, with written texts referring to hashish dating as far back as the 12th and 13th centuries. The varying look and feel of hashish are closely tied to its history and the method used to make it.
How to Smoke Hash
Hash may be used in a number of ways. Traditionally, hash has been consumed orally, either as a solid or infused into a beverage such as the traditional Indian drink bhang. Hash may also be smoked, either on its own or as a way to accompany traditional cannabis flowers. Some varieties of hash that have the ability to melt may also be vaporized on a hot surface, known as dabbing. When dabbing hash, screens are often used due to the fact that some resins leave carbon residue and will not melt completely, or at all. On the other end of the spectrum are high-quality hash oils (not to be confused with solvent extracts), such as full melt dry sift and full melt ice water hash, which has the ability to melt completely onto a nail, leaving zero residues.
Hash vs. Weed: What’s the Difference?
Both hash and weed come from the cannabis plant. Weed typically refers to the dried flowers of the plant, while hashish is a concentrate derived from the resin.
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