Afghan Mazar Sharif Hash
Afghan Mazar Sharif Hash originates from the Northern provinces between the Hindu Kush and the Russian border.
This stuff is so soft to the touch so be sure to keep it in a cool and dry place.
The plants used for Hash production are very small and bushy Indicas – it’ll typically be a short and stubby Kush.
Afghanistan Hashish is pressed by hand under addition of a small quantity of tea or water. You should see how passionate the producers are. No shortcuts and no laziness.
The Hashish is worked on until it becomes highly elastic and has a strong aromatic smell. Black on the outside and soft brown inside. This stuff is special.
In addition, the smell is incredibly sweet. Some might mistake it for the smell of hot chocolate.
The effects are almost narcotic and produces a very physical and stony high. It’s absolutely incredible to add some to a joint or smoke a bit in the pipe.
It’s easy to underestimate the potency of Afghani since the high takes about 5 minutes to reach its full potential.
Because hashish contains such a high concentration of THC, much less of it is needed to attain the same high as with the plant form. Though hash may vary in quality due to its producer and the plant it came from, in general, users should moderate the amount they use to avoid negative psychoactive effects.
Smoking marijuana does have negative effects on the body, causing tar to build up on lungs, which can cause certain types of cancer.
Both hashish and weed have similar negative effects on short-term memory. Though there is no evidence that use of either drug is physically addictive