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Handrub Cream Hindu Charas

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After tasting "Milk of Mazar" or in Pashto "Shirak-i-Mazar" in Afghanistan, Hippies on their trail moved to land of care and taste, where hash was treated very differently and culturally. INDIA and NEPAL. Parvati valley and in the Middle Hills of mid-western Nepal inhabiting highlands extending through eastern Rukum and northern Salyan, Rolpa and Pyuthan Districts in Rapti Zone as well as Dhaulagiri and Bheri Zones exclusively did and still do only HANDRUB. When hippies came to these areas they saw something unique and special that they haven’t seen before. Landrace strain from these areas was/is famous for there Spicy to very spicy taste, Distinctive aroma and consistency.

There is a relegious angle to it as well, Muslims believed in killing the plant, drying it dead till its powder dry and than sift it. After sifting it through fine silk-cloth they used to get powder that’s called KEIF in Lebanon and Morocco and called Garda in Hindukush (Afghan/Pak/kashmir). After that Garda was stuffed in dead goats skins, sealed and buried 3 to 4 feet deep in soil for curing and whenever they had to process hashish they would take out goats skins from soil and heat press whatever the amount they wanted. This charas is very soft but never called creame. This method is still used in India in Pangi and Teesa Valley of Chamba district of Himachal because majority population in that area is Muslim migrated from Afghan/Pak. ppl talk abut parvati a lot but i am amazed how nobody, even old hippies seldon talk about PANGI VALLEY N TEESA IN HIMACHAL - Every Ent should visit that area once in lifetime and experience that shit, its best source of MUSLIM CHARAS in INDIA

But for IndoNepal Hindus, it was a religious plant, it was to be worshipped and offered to Shiv. These Hindus couldn’t be more fucked killing the plant and than putting it goat skins and than offering it to there Sadhus so as a matter of devotion they made love to live buds by very gently m softly caressing live buds in three hands and extracting the nectar. a different method of hash production was evolved as world famous HANDRUB/CREME

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