Discover our Charas Amnesia in our weed dispensary, it is a mixture of resin and trichomes from Amnesia plants grown indoors, it is a manual extraction of cannabis, made from still growing cannabis plants. During harvest, the flowering cannabis buds are rubbed between the palms of the workers’ hands.
The buds are manicured before rubbing, and the pressure applied while rubbing is minimal to keep as many resinous trichomes as possible and as few plant elements as possible.
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Buy Hash Online Produced by carefully rubbing the female buds between the hands. The resin is rolled in Hash-Balls, before shipment it’s pressed in the usual slabs. Color: Black on the outside, dark greenish-brown inside. Smell: Spicy to very spicy. However, Charas is hashish handmade in the traditional Indian style of pounding full buds through a fine mesh or silk screen as part of a spiritual and medicinal ritual.
What are Charas Temple Hash Balls?
A lost and dying art, charas or temple balls are hand rolled resin or hashish. This hash slightly differs from pure hashish in the sense that charas are produced with fresh flowers while hashish typically is produced with dead or dried flowers. These beautiful and aromatic charas hash balls are considered to be the original form and method of extracting concentrates, first appearing thousands of years ago when humans began using cannabis. The ancient craft consists of hand rubbing fresh cannabis flowers. During this process, the flowers secret oils and THC as compounds are activated by the warmth of friction during rubbing, and live resin collects and builds up in the palm of one’s hands. Thereafter, plant material is removed, leaving behind only the highly potent THC resinous materials. Due to the careful method of extraction, temple balls typically range between 55% to 80% in THC potency. While not as common these days, this artisan methodology is still widely practiced in parts of South Asia such as Nepal, Bhutan and Northern India where cannabis plants grow in the wild.