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  1. Well, hasn't it been a while? During the last 4-5 months i've been living a constant hell, between anger and suicidal thoughts. Our political and economical situation (Italy) hasn't been the greatest, and my personal situation was just pure shit, 100% DOP. Without the possibility to grow marijuana for research and, well, fun purposes - legally speaking - i had my head wrapped in a constant anxiety status and migraines, other than the feel i've been useless for my whole life (which isn't that long, but hey, we all gotta start somewhere). Been talking to a friend about this, and while he didn't understand possibly 90% of my situation, he did propose me a good trip to Nepal. Of course, you can't rely on promises in our "western" world, so i've passed 3 months planning and replanning trips as he kept changing our destination. At one point, i had enough. I had to leave, i had to run from my town. At least for a while. Enough time to clean my mind and body of all the shit i've been living these days. I took my decision. Departed on 19th Feb, Destination Kathmandu, more precisely Phutung Village, in Nepal. Possibly one of the poorest countries worldwide. Volunteering in an orphan home. Reconnecting with humanity, and of course nature at its purest state. Arrived on the 20th, afraid as fuck, i find my contacts waiting me out of the airport. We take the taxi, and the driver, Surya, explains me in a very poor english what the situation in Nepal is. The people, the economics, everything that i "should" know about Nepal or, at least, of where i'm headed. Needless to say, i got even more scared, with my initial thoughts passing between "Oh that's beautiful" to "Holy shit where the fuck have i landed". We arrive at our "home", which is a flat of approximately 15sq mts, shared toilet and no kitchen. Yes, i've been shitting in squat toilets for nearly 3 weeks, now. God help me. The first thing you notice about Kathmandu is the extreme pollution going on in the city. Dust and Air pollution make the people live in a constant grey fog, wearing masks even in their own home. The second thing you notice is that there is no garbage collection. Anywhere. The whole place is an open dump, and i still haven't understood if this is because there is no time to think about it (after the 2015's earthquake, the city is in a constant renewal situation), or if it has its roots in their culture. Anyway, no matter where you are (city, village, nature), you throw away your trash at the side of the streets. Huge pity, as the view is astonishing, and people grow food in this situation (with trash in grown fields). The third thing, which is possibly the best about Nepal, is that people here are kind, generous, friendly to anyone, local or foreigner. There is no concept of violence among each other, to Nepali people we're all brothers from different mothers. There is also no concept of "tomorrow". People live their lifes as if it was their last day on earth. Which is possibly what changed me, in these 3 weeks, to an atomic level. Nepali weed is, unfortunately, horrible. Most "grow operations" are conducted on the side of streets, and without care of male/female separation. Taste is good, but to roll one joint, it may take you up to 10 minutes, as removing all the seeds is a hellish pain. 99% of the weed you find here is Sativa dominant, but because of its non-separation of males and females, the high is very similar to an old, abandoned, moroccan hashish (slow and chilly, no buzz whatsoever). Ganja costs 1000 rupies per 60 grams (around 9 euros for the current change). I wonder why. The best ganja i've smoked in these 3 weeks is something that resembles a Mango Haze. To make a comparison, to get the same high you get with European weed, you'd need to smoke around 4 full joints of this. Apart from this, i've lived possibly the greatest festival ever celebrated in Nepal: Shivaratri. And this year, out of any luck, it was the greatest in 80 years. Shivaratri consist, of course, in celebrating Shiva, and it means that all Nepal can smoke weed, hashish, and drink weed-milk tea for the whole day. In Pashupatinat's temple, you'll see the nucleus of the festival, with monks dancing naked and high on hashish (Yes, Naked. Dicks flip-flopping allover the place), tourists and locals getting high and dancing and singing, and every possibile food you can imagine (local only, though). There was also a fireplace which smelled like burned pig, and i later found out they burn dead people in that fire. My friend took some photos of that, with one photo clearly showing someone's leg on fire. During the last 5 days, i got Traveler's diarrhea (fun times), and i seriously thought i was in danger as i spent more time on the toilet than sleeping. Luckily, my body adapted and i'm now back to jumping and screaming. Lastly, my 11 brothers here are crazy kids, ranging from 5 to 12 year old. Their only toys are 2 spinning tops and a Nintendo 64, other than a ball that resembles more a Rugby ball than a football one. What kills me about them, other than the conditions they live in (and love to live in), is their school system: completely fucked up. A 5 year old kid will get the same program as a 15 year old boy, meaning he'll be forced to solve physics equations, while the 15 year old guy may be asked to solve 3+7 for his exams. Now, i'm sitting on my wooden bed, writing you this message with a wifi that relys on the super-unreliable electricity, coming and going every 15-20 minutes. As soon as i'll have time, or possibly when i'll be back, i'll post some pictures. Until then, stay safe, smoke and enjoy your life. You truly got one, don't waste it on thinking about other's opinions. You are the god of your own life. Peace!! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ok, now it's really been a while. Woken up by a 4.1 Mag Quake, today is the first day Internet came back up. As soon as i got this chance, i thought of updating the thread. I got some news. It's been a week of "Hunting", or how the locals call the "Let's go search for some weed". I got my package of bad luck, but in the end, through persistance, i got my prize. I managed to get contacts with a grower, 42km north of my position, which is currently Phutung Village. Got there and bought some weed. 1500 rupies (14 euros) for almost 50 grams of True Nepalese Himalayan Weed. I also managed to get some data out of it: they grow it from July to April, and while the climate during winter is pretty harsh (i've been living, in february, +25° day +6° night), the plants adapted and survive the cold periods. They dry the product for 2 weeks, and then they store it in pots, instead of jars. Unfortunately, they don't separate males from females, but so far it's a decent price to pay for some really good weed. The weed i have bought is 1 year old from harvest, and the colours have long vanished (i guess from exposure to different temperatures, and overall a poor curing condition), but not the high.. Which is long lasting, and changes from an active high (the first 30-40 minutes) to a very chilly and stoney high (the next 2 hours). In 2 grams of weed, you can find around 5 good, developed seeds, and 10-15 bad, burned, or undeveloped seeds. From the look of it, it's a 100% sativa strain, with very hairy flowers, but not as compact as an indica would be. Maybe there has been some crossing with other genetics, but so far all the weed i managed to get around here is (and feels like) a sativa. Again, i still can't upload pictures, as i lack the correct equipment to (and internet connection is really, really unstable). As soon as i'll get back, i'll post some pics. Meanwhile, the earthquake hasn't provoked any damage in my area, as it happened around 60km south from me, but the shake lasted around 4 seconds, and it made my ass jump (while sitting on the floor). Bouncy. Here things proceed as usual. I managed to find an italian furnace, making Pizza! My stomach is safe. Catch you in some time. Stay safe you all. Peace! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Managed to get some images. The view from the upper hill. Drained river, and Kathmandu slowly eating the valley. Sorry for the tilt. Wonder why the electricity's coming and going faster than the galaxy moving through space.. 8months old Himalayan Gold. Great smoke so far. Peace! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31st March. 1.5 months in. Kids are finishing their school exams during the course of the weekend. After that, they'll have a period of holidays, lasting 2 weeks. Then back to school. After Holi festival (Colour festival, coincidentaly with the start of spring), celebrated on 20th March, life in the Phutung neighborhood has been fairly quiet -apart from a couple thunderstorms that looked like Ragnarok- so i had the time to go hunting a bit more. Yes, i know, i'm surrounded by weed. Literally. During the last hunting sessions i gathered up different types of Ganja (Nepali way to call it), and if you have a good eye, you can see it's growing on the side of streets, in countrysides, on hills, in the cement... everywhere. But this didn't stop me from going further. I want quality. I like quality. Smoking without quality is just hurting yourself more. So... i found quality. Yesterday, after a happy trip of 8 hours in the mountains west of Kathmandu, between two districts (Kathmandu-Chhatre Deurali) at the happy speed of 7-13km/h -due to the streets NOT being streets, but a complex snake of holes and bumps and rocks- I finally got some hash. Oh boy, this is amazing. Now, I am fighting fever, common cold, plates since Friday, and although i can't really feel any taste of anything (including the spicy food, which is literally any food), I DO can smell the hashish. The smell is very pungent, like one you get from a very good and developed sativa. It has hints of lemon and mint, or at least something really strong and like that, maybe lavander. The high is what confirms me its origin is from a Sativa: you don't get stoned, you get active. It lasts around 3 hours per small joint, say the size of a rolled cigarette, and you feel muscular relaxation plus a good buzz in your head. When you smoke it, it doesn't scratch your throat at all. The only true CON to it is that since it's pollen hash, your joint will be always lit. Smoke fast, or you'll waste a third of the joint! On the way back home, i noticed some little Ganja plants. The climate in Nepal is widely different along its borders. In my zone, plants reach heights of about 50cm if exposed to good light. In the plains, 20 days ago, they were already 150cm tall. It's very possible i witnessed different strains, as they might grow them in different zones indeed to “harvest” the best conditions possible for that strain.. But it seems also improbable, since the vast majority of the plants i see around here ain't tall at all, but some are starting to flower -Yes, at 31st March- while the plants in the plains were already showing hairs on 26th February. I am not allowed to take pictures of the ones near my home (I'll try), but for now i can show you the plants that grow around the hills. Clearly Sativa dominant. In 10 days, i'll have an italian volunteer, which also happens to be my best friend, come over here in Nepal and help me with the kids. Finally some company! I've been so busy talking in english and nepali that i forgot what Italian actually is (a mess). He smokes like hell, so i'll have somebody coming hunting with me.. or different zones. Maybe he can get seeds as well. Alright, time to head out for me. I'll catch you all in the next update. Peace!! P.S. The Strainhunters website tilts my images. I tried tilting them myself to adjust to the website, but the website just tilts them the opposite side. You troll! Sorry for the tilt. Double P.S. Apart from the motorcycle, we had to proceed for half an hour deep in the jungle, to avoid police blocks. This is the view from a little track they recon and follow. If you get lost... You're FUCKED! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEPAL TRIP – 2 Months In (Updated) Sorry everyone for my absence. The ISP company that handled our connection, ITEL, has failed on 15th April, just one day after Nepal's new year, 2076. Nepali Police is refunding every ITEL Customer that had connection issues (everyone, included us), up to a year of subscription. A year of subscription costs around 305 euros. I don't know how many people paid for it.. but i guess a lot. Kathmandu counts around 9.000.000 individuals. Anyway, apart from internet – health issues (spent last week under a nice 39° fever), i encountered a lot of issues regarding “hunting”, as well. The dealer that “managed” nice hashish and marijuana, is now increasing his knowledge in jail. This destabilized a bit the hunting sessions: all the way west of Kathmandu is in “block alert”. Hunting is restricted to other zones, of course, but this means more control by the police, until the “west coast” gets free again. So, i went hunting 3 times from that, and in neither of those times -consider around 8 hours a day of session, on a motorcycle, on roads that rarely show asphalt- i found anything decent. Luckily enough, the contacts i got around here are good people, willing to share: Sharing is Caring, as they say around here. One of the gifts i received is a very nice dark sativa, and so far it is possibly the worst looking-best tasting one i found around here. Another good point to it is that i found only 8 seeds in the last 6 joints i rolled. No need to mention i'm saving every single seed of this strain. Now, i've been around here for 2 months, and i think i got a real hold of how the ganja grows around here. First of all, most of the ganja that grows in the streets is the result of people removing seeds from flowers and throwing them, literally, on the side of streets. You'll see a fuckton of varieties growing all mixed up. Short sativas, tall indicas, and there's absolutely no care about those: nobody gives water, or actually cares in any manner, to any of those plants. In Phutung, i've seen a few ganja plants growing near a police station. They don't care about those. Second of all, police will remove your plantation only if it exceeds.. a certain amount of plants. Which is not specified. Again, they don't care, up to a point. Which, again, isn't specified. Some say 1 plant, some say 10, some say 3.. Nobody knows, and again, nobody cares. Third of all, all the ganja plantations are the result of either a collection of the old season's seeds, or just naturally grown (No seed collection, just waiting for the next season). This means that in most plantations, there is no male/female separation, hence the reason why i still have to find seedless ganja. The last sativa i've been smoking is, again, almost seedless.. but i guess there's really not much you can do when you got only females, but all your neighbours have males. Lastly, i found a couple plantations. A little one (counting around 40 plants), and a bigger one (counting half a thousand). The little one is exposed to south, and all the plants, even if they show differencies in their genetic traits, don't reach 60cm in height. I'm not joking. Sativas 40-50cm tall, beginning to flower. This means, to me, a max height of around 150cm. Perfect for any indoor OP. I wish i could be there on harvest day... Unfortunately i wont. But with the amount of seeds i've collected, i'm sure i'll find some strains that contain this genetic trait. The bigger one is exposed to north-east. Plants result taller, but i guess because they receive less direct light, hence growing taller to “look for light”, like most plants do anyway. Again, no male/female separation there either. In-Edit: Police cares about dealers. Yesterday, while playing football with kids, what i suppose was either an angry father or brother, came rushing in the middle of the field, with a company of around 10 people, including a well hidden cop. They left the field, and got to this poor guy, apparently only smoking a joint, and stopped him from running. Out of the prairies, another cop jumped out of the field just like what i would describe as “a panther”: i couldn't see him coming until he actually “spawned” in the field. Behind him, other 2 cops. For all i know, they caught the young dude with around 100grams of ganja in his bag. They tied his hands with a rope (Yes, a rope) and brought him away. I was scared shitless, as i too was buzzing a joint. Luckily made it to hide the remaining half-joint in my bag and witness the scene as an innocent little girl. Yes, i feel bad, but what could i do? Yell “Hey, i got ganja as well” and run away? As soon as i'm able, i'll take a couple ninja pics and submit them. Peace! PICS IN! A sativa female, next to a sativa male. The female is around half a meter tall, and is already flowering. The male doesn't reach 30cm. A good sized male, and some females in the background. The small plantation. Huge number of males, some females here and there. I guess this year's harvest's not gonna be great... hehehe Some other plants near the plantation. The ones near the "wall" look much more indica than the counterparts in the field. Peace!
  2. Very good mini documentary about hashish production in the Rif mountains. Its been around for a few years but maybe some hunters have not seen it yet. Good watch.
  3. Hello, I'm from Lebanon, a cannabis lover and grower with more than 8 years of experience. I have created my first strain "Lebanese Haze", a very potent heavy yielding & needs around 8 weeks to flower. Cheers from Lebanon
  4. Video from the cannabis fields above kutla and rashol. Rubbing cream with my friend super Bobby.
  5. Was in India for a few months hunting for the finest hashish. Such a beautiful place to relax and explore. Thought I'd share some of the pictures and samples from my journey here. Enjoy everyone and if ya have any questions feel free to inquire. Cheers.
  6. Just got back from a few weeks in Northern India on a seed hunting expedition. We flew from Amsterdam to Delhi and then caught a connecting flight into the mountains to begin our search. Here are a few pictures of from the trip. India is an amazing place and the people are the funniest and friendliest your'e likely to meet anywhere on this planet. I can't wait to get back there. We landed into Kullu Manali airport and from there it's a few hours drive up into the valleys.
  7. http://youtu.be/EFQhWqSBagw
  8. http://youtu.be/AvvRquummwg Enjoy folks.
  9. From the album India seed and charas hunt 2013

    © me

  10. From the album India seed and charas hunt 2013

    Some full flavour cream from above Kutla

    © Landrace Roots seed company

  11. From the album India seed and charas hunt 2013

    Sweet produce, sweet views.

    © me

  12. I actually bought this on DVD years ago but just cant remember who I lent it to........good watch..
  13. Hope the link works. A nice glimpse into an otherwise closed society. Beautiful village and amazing people. Cheers. http://www.clear-uk.org/bom-hindi/?age-verified=c4dcb99b5a
  14. I had never before seen these roaches in Europe. Thay look like a mini chillum and ya just put them into the joint just like you would a roach.
  15. Hey All, Greetings from the Himalyas. My name is Captain Boom, and i want to show you something.. you are all the first few to watch this... Hope you like it and will share it with your friends. NEW LINK http://bit.ly/12hWBwp BOOM
  16. From the album More India

    Something smells real good.......
  17. From the album INDIA TRIP

    wild green goodness and beautiful views
  18. From the album INDIA TRIP

    496 grams of charas an old woman was trying to sell me....the one on the left is 20 grams of jungli she had rubbed herself... good day out
  19. From the album INDIA TRIP

    Roughly rubbed jungli hashish. Very earthy flavour and one of the cheaper varieties available. 10 grams anywhere from 2 euro to 10 euro.
  20. Greetings from the Himalaya's , my name is Captain Boom and i would like to show you something. You are all the first few to watch this before it releases world wide on 420 -April 20th. i hope you enjoy it and spread the message. Boom bit.ly/WSJCRi
  21. Nitro Hash & How To Make It Here we are with an article on nitrohash, a method for making hashish with liquid nitrogen that allows the trichomes to maintain all their qualities. This time, we explain how to produce nitrohash with better accessories. In our 2010 issue 6, Soft Secrets introduced the Nitrohash technique, discovered by the great "hashman" Juanito Manoverde, a genuine resin expert whose travels all over the world have enabled him to master all possible techniques, traditional or modern. At the time, the nitrohash technique was just beginning to be developed, but now we are able to present a much more advanced system, although the basic principles remain the same. Fill the tube with chopped material Juan Manoverde's inspiration for nitrohash began with liquid nitrogen in the kitchen. The main advantage of nitro-freezing is that foods maintain their properties - flavour, smell, vitamin contents - much better. You could say that, on a scale from worse to best, we have: traditional refrigerator freezing, professional ultra-freezing like the large fishing boats use and, finally, nitrofreezing, a system so rapid and effective that the specimens are barely affected. This is why nitro-freezing is often used in several sectors, from preserving egg cells or blood samples, to medicine or haute cuisine. Acquiring and storing nitrogen Before purchasing liquid nitrogen, make sure you have a type-approved container, because nitrogen freezes so rapidly that it can ruin non-specific materials, causing serious accidents. Finding the proper container is actually more difficult than buying and transporting nitrogen; the best option is to look for tanks on the second hand market. The ideal container for our purpose is a wide neck container, like those used to preserve livestock semen or laboratory samples. These containers have their own evaporation system, which is necessary to keep the tank stable, avoiding explosions. Once the tank is full, the nitrogen must be used as soon as possible, because it consumes itself progressively. Once you've obtained your container, all you have to do is have it filled at supply points you should find in any major city. As you don't want to keep anything permanently, it's not necessary to keep filling your tank, as long as you have it ready the day you're planning to prepare your nitrohash. Of course, this is not the case for other aspects of cannabis culture; for example, refilling can be useful for seed banks, to preserve fertile and viable pollen for a long time. In this case, you need two tanks: one for the nitrofrozen pollen and an extra one in which to transport more nitrogen to refill the first tank. As the second tank is only needed in certain moments, you can also use it to make nitrohash from the plant remains left over after you've produced your seeds. A grow shop might also be interested in acquiring a nitrogen tank, and then renting it to customers who just need it for a limited period of time. Handling and precautions When handling liquid nitrogen, common sense is as necessary as on many other occasions in life. If handled with minimum precautions, liquid nitrogen is not dangerous at all, but you have to take it very seriously because, if handled irresponsibly, liquid nitrogen can cause burns and other serious accidents. You should never come into physical contact with liquid nitrogen, because of the danger of burns; always wear gloves when moving your container of vegetable material in and out of the nitrogen tank. You need good-quality gloves, because regular work gloves aren't enough protection against burns; use motorcycle gloves or another type of thick gloves. And, while it's dangerous to touch nitrogen with your hands, it's much more dangerous if a sensitive area like your eyes gets splashed. Nitrogen tanks like the one used in this article have an inside basket in which the samples are placed, hanging over the nitrogen. Make sure your hands never pass the lines marked by the basket, to avoid coming into contact with liquid nitrogen. And don't even think about playing with it or tossing it to the ground, no matter how fun it is to see it give off smoke. There have been many cases of damage from inhalation when large quantities of liquid nitrogen have spilled. Also, bear in mind that evaporating nitrogen diminishes the concentration of breathable oxygen, so we advise against working with liquid nitrogen in small or poorly ventilated spaces. If imprudence or bad luck should cause an accident with serious burns, you should rinse the affected area with water immediately and seek medical help. However, take care to avoid a similar situation. Basic technique In our previous article, we already spoke of the basic technique for obtaining nitrohash. Here is what you do: introduce a small drum like the Hashmaker in a nitrogen cylinder, wait two minutes for it to freeze, remove it, shake it and voilà! Prime quality nitrohash. The simplicity and effectiveness of this method are amazing; the trichomes isolate almost right away. The problem with this method is that appliances such as the Hashmaker aren't designed to be used like this, so the plastic zippers end up breaking; also, you can only process a small amount of material each time. Leftover materials To overcome these drawbacks, Juan Manoverde experimented for a long time with several modern methods for obtaining resin, choosing the Work Table and the Super filter mesh methods because of their quality. He also had a custom receptacle for nitrofreezing vegetable material made for himself. The 00 Work Table is a filter mesh drawn across a wooden frame, invented for activities such as limbing, fine manicuring or bud selection, because the mesh saves the trichomes that separate from the vegetable material from being lost; the trichomes are deposited on a lower tray and, when the job is done, you can collect a high-quality hash. The 00 Work Table is already used by several Dutch coffee shops, who obtain some extra hash by pocketing some samples left on this work table. It can also be used in a basic way to obtain hashish with dry extraction; all you have to do is cover the Work Table and its plant remains in plastic and shake slightly to obtain some great hashish. If you have buds, there's no need to beat them, just move them delicately from one side of the mesh to the other, so the best trichomes are released without being damaged. Buds treated with this method usually seem thoroughly manicured rather than beaten. The nitrohash method is similar to dry extraction, with the peculiarity that the nitrofrozen plant remains deposit themselves along the mesh; later, you must proceed to move them or, better yet, to cover them with plastic and beat slightly. The Super filter Mesh consists of a series of metallic meshes that can be used for any type of extraction: ice-water extraction, dry extraction or nitrofreezing - the quickest and most effective method of all. Using the Super filter mesh for ice-water extraction greatly simplifies the method, because these metallic meshes fit very easily over the ice cubes, with no need to tie them to your wrist like with other types of meshes. Dry extraction is also very easy: all you have to do is place the frozen vegetable material on top of the mesh you want to use, position the lower metallic zipper below it and then close the lid. When you shake the compound, the resin separates easily, leaving you with an excellent dry extraction. Nitrofreezing the vegetable material during the dry extraction method gives noticeably better results: better results, more quantity in less time. The Super filter mesh is available in several different formats: from the three-mesh format to the superior format with three filter meshes and nine work meshes. In this case, the experiment was carried out using the upper part, which consists of 9 filter meshes; several tests were made with different sizes, and the conclusion was the best meshes for nitrohash are the size 75 and the size 120. The results obtained with these sizes are faster, better quality and more quantity and. Assembly line When several friends with plant remains get together, you can combine all the above-mentioned methods to work in a sort of assembly line. First of all, the plant mass needs to be prepared. Make sure it's completely dry before you start, and don't keep it in the freezer, to avoid unnecessary dampness. If the buds are swollen, limb them and chop them lightly; if, on the other hand, you have the remains of a manicure and small buds, you can process them directly. If you plan to work on different qualities, you need different containers in order to preserve them separately. As this method is still at the experimental stage, the best thing is to go from worst to best - that is, perform tests on manicure remains and then use the buds with the mesh or separation method that turns out to be the best considering your availability of conditions and materials. The vegetable material is completely frozen Introduce the vegetable material in the cylinder-shaped metallic tube, leaving it for two minutes. The tube has to have a simple closing that doesn't interfere with opening it, and it should also have an upper handle , which makes it easier to insert into the nitrogen cylinder. It's very important that the tube be slightly smaller than the cylinder's interior space so you won't have a problem closing it; a good idea is to practice with a cardboard prototype before making the final model. When you remove the tube, it's already frozen. Empty it over the 75 mesh, using a rod to remove the material. Cover the compound and shake it vigorously (you can even hit it against the floor several times) to obtain a high-quality result. The next step is to freeze it again and repeat the procedure with the 120 mesh. After, transfer the plant remains to the 00 Work Table, moving them from one side to the other with your hands. Once you've done all this, place them to the side, to use what's left with an ice-water extraction in the Super filter mesh. This way, you obtain three different qualities of nitrofrozen material, as well as what you obtain with the last ice-water extraction. Although it's already been passed with the 75 Super filter mesh and then the 120 mesh, when the plant mass arrives at the 00 Work Table to be shaken, it still yields a lot of material, although its quality is halfway between nitrofreezing and dry extraction, because during the transfer from the 120 metallic mesh to the work table, its temperature decreases. You have to make sure to shake it well before it gets to room temperature. When you've been using the metal container for a while, moving it in and out of the nitrogen freezer, the temperature keeps decreasing and a thick layer of frost forms around it. This is perfect, because it improves the result of the plant mass freezing. Drying and preserving With both nitrofreezing and unfreezing, the process is rapid and there is no humidity involved, so there is almost no need to dry your compound. However, drying allows it to expel any remaining humidity there might be. Furthermore, the powder format is perfect for preservation. All you need to do to work a piece is homogeneously apply pressure and heat to your resin. Wrap your piece in several sheets of plastic and paper, then apply a moderate amount of pressure and heat, for example with a bottle of hot water or an iron at minimum temperature. Advantages Example of assembly line work. Close up, grinding buds and shaking with Super Filter Mesh; background, working with the 00 Work Table Nitrohash presents an oily structure, it almost amalgamates on its own, the pull is quite clean and tasty, with an intense effect. Furthermore, nitrofreezing doesn't leave any type of toxic residue, so there's no chance of toxic traces or damage to its taste or aroma, which might happen when you produce oil with gas. Hashish obtained with dry extraction has nothing on hashish obtained with nitrofreezing, much "greasier" even at a glance. Obtaining resins through nitro-freezing brings us to a much higher level of quality compared to the other methods used so far. There are fewer impurities compared to dry production, as the vegetable material is hardly beaten. The advantage compared to ice-water production is that the trichomes neither get wet nor remain damp, nor do they need drying - this means that the cannabinoids are preserved much better. Terpenes are also preserved much better - traditionally considered responsible for taste and aroma, nowadays experts are beginning to think they might also be connected to the effect. Copied and pasted from - http://www.cannabis..../8451-nitrohash Peace Lams

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