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Old 03-20-2010, 07:53 PM #21
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hahaha titoon awesome hash pics!

Hash 4 is really reminding of low quality morrocan polm,does they blend low quality resin too there?Nor does they adulterate it and charas?

I didn't have smoked a lot of charas,but i always found it to be of lower potency than dry sifted hash...but with a smoothier taste...i would be curious to see the difference between dry sift and charas coming from the same plant...


Thanks for sharing,titoon,and i do hope your stomach will get better!
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Old 03-20-2010, 08:19 PM #22
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Ah Titoon......to be in your (hiking?) boots.

Always dreamt of visiting Nepal/Bhutan/Tibet.

Great thread! Please keep the pics and stories coming!
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Need some kind of your hash ball bro! Mouth watering....!

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Old 03-21-2010, 09:43 AM #24
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Hello all !

First thanks a lot for your comments and for the rep !

so ty TrichyTrichy , ranneG, Ticklemyballs, Corium, Ramius, wilde, High Lowlander, Blimey, Braindead#1

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well ice is hard to come by here, well maybe not in ktm, but getting good herb in ktm will be quite hard i guess, or expensive. so i have my dry sieve screens

Dimajones, mate i'm waiting for you come by the middle of august, and we ll go hunting ! 600E return from london...

mriko, thanks for the tip on the temple ball. I have to see if i find some to see if i can notice a difference. but you know, dealers speak a lot to sell their product, and i bet if i ask temple ball they ll just get some black hash looking like a ball...
how does this affect the hash ? and i can do it easily on my own if i get unpressed charras ?
for the probiotics, actually i ve been digging into that since the beginning of the week, hard to come by here except in the lassi, traditionnal milk "curd", i like it with banana, and i ve eat once a day. especially i used local antibiotics so i have to get my good bacterias back

1000ARMSofKALI yes local food is soooo spicy, in france we don't use much chili pepper in the food, so i'm not used to that. guess my stomach can't handle more than two meals of it in a row.

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i'll get some picts, but haven t been much in the mountains yet, i'm working from monday to friday...

samba thanks for the tip, actually i'm going there today...
but already have a fulload of pollen as you can see !

ptg actually HASH1 reminds me of that low quality moroccon polm, but HASH4 is very creamy, stick to your finger, and is pure i m pretty sure.

HASH1 could have been adulterated with some sandy soil (not really a health hazard), and i know that they sometimes use chemicals to adulterate black hash. so far i'm pretty sure the hash i bought was not adulterated.

Indeed dry sieve and charras are very different. I would say the smoothness really depend on how you smoke : the dry sieve pollen is really smooth pure in a pipe, in a joint black hash seems better.

charras has a very distinctive taste and smell i found (those i tried from amsterdam as well as here), probably because of the hand rubbing. i ve been told that some low grade black hash are made using machinery (and adultarated by oils involved in the process), but i m not sure how. maybe it is just when they pressed it.

well charras is certainly less pure than dry sieve. You are not gentle with the plant when you make charras ^^ but it probably bring something along with the taste...

Here it is not true, from what i ve seen so far, as there is probably very very few people knowing of the art of dry sifting, or having a financial interest in it. but it could change !
I have brought my screens 80 and 120 microns, and will have them with me when i ll go for ganja trekking !

i was told there is a guy from holland around ktm at the moment, buying kilos of black hash and also making his pollen from kilos of herb.... i ld love to give him a hand for free (or a little nepali polm goodness ).. LOL


ok now i have to go, gonna try to smoke some chillums with the babas at Durbar Square !

soon the recipe of the nepalese xxx... no it does not come from the street !

Keep the thread alive mates, i'll be around to try to answer any of your questions or to read your comments !...






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thanks for the tip on the temple ball. I have to see if i find some to see if i can notice a difference. but you know, dealers speak a lot to sell their product, and i bet if i ask temple ball they ll just get some black hash looking like a ball...
how does this affect the hash ? and i can do it easily on my own if i get unpressed charras ?
Actually shape would be rather cubic and not that of a ball, despite the name. I would say it could be compared, to some limits, with the gardah being turned into charas through pressing. I have pics of the whole process, I will post them here (if you don't mind, i don't want to hijack your thread). The resulting temple ball is very different from starting product.
Maybe you can give a try with the local sieved pollen, that would be interesting to see what kind of end product you obtain.

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Here it is not true, from what i ve seen so far, as there is probably very very few people knowing of the art of dry sifting, or having a financial interest in it. but it could change !
I am tempted to think that it's rather a forgotten art. There have been some twisted nepalese gardah during the Golden Age, and one French guy I know who's been living in Kullu valley for more than 30 years told me that when he arrived there, dry sieving was practiced. It is still done, traditionally, in Kumaon which borders Western Nepal, and I wouldn't be suprised it can be found overthere as well.

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mriko, of course i'ld love to see your picts! any pict related to the subject, kathmandu and or hash, is welcome !!!!

my local pollen contains way too much impurities to be efficiently transformed into charras, i tried it, it gets darker but still does not melt. but with a little adding of oil, it does

for good dry sieve, of course i'll be looking all around to find the good one, and i hope to !

samba, i got your message too late, i m back from Freak street... next time then... didn t score that pollen from the store as i have already a big ammount to smoke, but he seems a cool guy. i ll probably get to him for cool chillums !
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those pictures are fantastic! love this thread!
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mriko, of course i'ld love to see your picts! any pict related to the subject, kathmandu and or hash, is welcome !!!!
Here they are, but they're not mine, it's from Cherniak's "The Great Books of Hashish".



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