Hash is often considered the original cannabis concentrate, and HighClub is proud to offer you the best hash online. Buying hash online in Canada has never been easier and, like all of our products, we boast the most affordable and highest quality products available.
Whether you are looking to buy Moroccan and Afghani hash online or want to explore other new wave concentrates, HighClub is here for you and always guarantees to have the highest quality and most affordable products on the market.
In the 21st Century, marijuana consumption has become as varied as those enjoying a casual after-dinner drink. Just as people prefer beer or wine or liquor, those consuming cannabis products also have their preferred taste, style, and means of consumption.
While new products are always entering the market, some time tested styles still remain as favourites to many. Hash has been around nearly as long as humans have been seeking the therapeutic, medicinal, and intoxicating benefits of the cannabis plant, and if you are looking to buy hash online in Canada HighClub has you covered.
Like other forms of concentrate, hash comes from the marijuana plant but requires a special process to create it. Generally, mature cannabis flowers are sifted through a multitude of sieves until a resin-rich powder is left behind. Experts then take this powder, compress it, and heat it. By doing so, all of the resins melt together and form little blocks. Hash varies in potency based on the plant that it was extracted from, but generally, it will boast THC potencies from 1% – 26%, while typically also containing CBD, CBN, and other compounds as well. After the hash is created, these little hard and brittle blocks are packaged so that companies like HighClub can send them out to those looking to purchase Afghani and Moroccan hash online!
For those looking to buy hash online in Canada, HighClub carries both the Moroccan and Afghani varieties. Moroccan hash tends to be green to brown in colour and is accompanied by a light aromatic scent. The taste of Moroccan hash is rather mild and generally reminds users of smoking marijuana flower, and the potency is typically considered light to medium with a 1% – 10% THC content. In comparison to other varieties, Moroccan hash produces a cerebral and active high.
In comparison, an Afghani hash is generally darker – sometimes even black on the outside and has a much spicier smell to it. The spicy smell of Afghani hash is accompanied by a very spicy taste as well that can feel harsh to inexperienced users. Afghani hash is also typically very potent, and the high generally creeps on slowly. When it does, users can expect a very physical high that some may even describe as narcotic.
Even with the advent of so many new marijuana products, hash has not gone out of style.
High-quality dry sift such as the one we carry at High Club is appreciated for its artisanal process and revered for its potency, strong terpene profile and its ability to melt or vaporize completely.
Dry sift is a form of hash, like kief, that’s named after the process used to make it. It’s a manual, craft approach to separating the trichomes from the buds. The dry sift technique uses screens with extremely thin mesh to hand-sift the dried flowers or trim, removing the resinous glands and refining the extract into a granular consistency. The resinous glands extract through the thinnest mesh produce the highest quality hash.
Good-quality, pressed dry-sift ranges in appearance from light blondish-brown, soft, crumbly (almost “sandy”) in texture (for lightly-pressed hash), to dark-brown, shiny and hard (for heavily-pressed types).
It can be difficult to assess hashish for quality and effect especially when you are not an expert. Cannabis flowers possess obvious characteristics such as smell, density, crystal coverage… that hash does not provide.
The “bubble test” is one of the best ways to assess your hash’s quality, whatever the type of hash you have. You basically just need to take a piece of hash and apply a flame to it; if your hashish is good-quality, the resin will begin to bubble noticeably. A very high-grade hash will often catch fire rapidly, and burn with a clean flame. If the hashish does not bubble, it may be very poor-quality and either contain contaminants or high levels of residual plant material.