nirakar

ice water hash the nepalese way

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when ever u hear someone talk hashish of nepal y'all think about temple balls, growin up in nepal u go to ganja feilds to rub hash but i was never into that, i liked smokin buds more but then i tried to make hashish the ice water way on oct. 2013. the first few times the hash was hard but then it just started gettin creamier n creamier. the one in the plastic baggies r the hard ones.

 

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I see a lot of "fine tuning" you could make, one of them is crushing the ice instead of having big chunks. That will help with getting the cold temps more even all over ;)


Nice job on what you show.


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Great man, awesome to see the Technics are spreading worlwide now :) How is this hash smoking in the end? diferences in between all?

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Great man, awesome to see the Technics are spreading worlwide now :) How is this hash smoking in the end? diferences in between all?

the hash is good, i wasnt much into temple balls like most nepalese r n the reason most ppl here into hash is coz its hard to find good cannabis buds here. but ever since i started makin hashish, i love to smoke it, gets me stoned, cured my cold in a jiffy once no joke. n i talked about my trip up in the mountains, them ppl too rubbin charas u see n they offered me some which i gladly accepted to smoke. but their hash was hard as a rock even when i put it right next to the fire but when i showed them my hash it was literally meltin in my hand coz i was sittin by the fire, u really got to be experienced to rub some fine temple balls, but i must say i have smoked hash while i was in college in US too heck i will proudly say the hash i have made is the best i have smoked. i have also paid 400 dollars for an ounce of cannabis in da US which i must say were very very potent, coz they were sensimilla kindbuds, in nepal u cant grow kindbuds outdoors coz there is so much male pollen in da air, u can if u have a greenhouse. the ganja here arent as potent but i am sure if they were sensimilla they would be as potent as that of the US. but the taste man, hehehehe . every year i get to smoke some great tastin ganja from my own garden n the plants may look alike but i am tellin u man every plant has a different taste to it.. last year i had one that tasted just like chocolate.

 

 

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oh i believe you that the taste can be great :) Like you said before the main problem of the landraces and the bad smoke they can have, is the way the farmers treat it, with good drying, good manicuring, and good processing, im sure you can make some great stuff!

 

do you keep clones of your past plants when you have one you like?

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if i knew that the plant was gonna taste like chocolate while it was in vegetative state i would have cloned it.. the chocolate flavor kicked in only after the cure.. which was a month i think.. so when i clone my plants i  clone the best lookin plants that r vegetating in my garden.

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I dont know If you know it, if not now you will ;) but you can also take clones on the flowering plants, just give to the clone the 18h of light they need once they have rooted and they will turn back to veg, it can be usefull if you see not too long before harvest that a plant is really worth it, you can also leave a fez bottom braches and buds on your plants when you harvest and try to keep them alive until they reveg.

But yeah i understand what you say, one can not know what a plant will give :)

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some hand rubbed charas i had... i got it from a dude who is an expert in rubbin charas, havent seen him for a year or two.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_0EkugPud4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLmtgDiFvFY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-zrSSpSShY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWPuBYLBI7E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du0CrDnqD30

i made some ice water hash yesterday, made a few short clips n i have also tried to talk through the process. i may have forgotten to say somethin or said somethin wrong in them videos but i have  tried to correct them on the video's description box..

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Very Cool made it also by my self that way

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