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13 May 2015 07:40

What is hashish??

13 May 2015 08:44

dont have idea

13 May 2015 08:45

bro ajnabee pls read this


GLITTERS SHOWDOWN IMC 2Nd MONTHSARY


ANNOUNCEMENT

BE THE WITNESS OF A SHOWDOWN BATTLES OF CREATING GLITTERS FOR OUR 2ND MONTHSARY THE TRANSFORMATION OF PINAY_BEAUTIES TO IMC GROUP...THIS ARE THE FF SHOWDOWN PAIRS...

_Twok vs. Angel _Smile

Aftab_Ahmed vs. Wildflower_24

N_Ajnabee vs.Teardropp



RULES AND REGULATIONS

1) EVERY CONTENDERS MUST PREPARE 5 DIFFERENT CREATIVE GLITTERS.

2) THE WORDS HAPPY 2ND MONTHSARY IMC SHOULD BE THERE .

3) IT WILL POSTING ALTERNATIVELY UNTILL 5CONSICUTIVE DEPENDS ON THEM WHO WILL BE THE FIRST POSTER.

4) THIS IS ONLY FOR FUN BEING YOUR CONTRIBUTION ON CELEBRATING OUR GROUP IMC 2ND MONTSARY..



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13 May 2015 08:46

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13 May 2015 08:54

Hashish, or hash, is a cannabis product composed of compressed or purified preparations of stalked resin glands, called trichomes.

13 May 2015 09:04

Quote by N.AjNabee
What is hashish??
:hm


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13 May 2015 09:08

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bro ajnabee pls read this


GLITTERS SHOWDOWN IMC 2Nd MONTHSARY


ANNOUNCEMENT

BE THE WITNESS OF A SHOWDOWN BATTLES OF CREATING GLITTERS FOR OUR 2ND MONTHSARY THE TRANSFORMATION OF PINAY_BEAUTIES TO IMC GROUP...THIS ARE THE FF SHOWDOWN PAIRS...

_Twok vs. Angel _Smile

Aftab_Ahmed vs. Wildflower_24

N_Ajnabee vs.Teardropp



RULES AND REGULATIONS

1) EVERY CONTENDERS MUST PREPARE 5 DIFFERENT CREATIVE GLITTERS.

2) THE WORDS HAPPY 2ND MONTHSARY IMC SHOULD BE THERE .

3) IT WILL POSTING ALTERNATIVELY UNTILL 5CONSICUTIVE DEPENDS ON THEM WHO WILL BE THE FIRST POSTER.

4) THIS IS ONLY FOR FUN BEING YOUR CONTRIBUTION ON CELEBRATING OUR GROUP IMC 2ND MONTSARY..



GOODLUCK THIS SO XCITING EVENTS.




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13 May 2015 09:09

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What is hashish??
:hm


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13 May 2015 09:11

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What is hashish??
:hm


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:hm



IS THAT CHOCOLATE WITH CURRY?:hm

13 May 2015 09:15
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13 May 2015 09:16

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:hm what is the meaning of hashish tell me I don't know give loyal words for me because am a loyal man :U
this man ain't loyal..

13 May 2015 09:19

I dont know

13 May 2015 09:21

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I dont know

13 May 2015 09:24

Quote by N.AjNabee
Quote by SHAHIN619
Quote by N.AjNabee
What is hashish??
:hm


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:hm

The name hashish comes from the Arabic word ( ﺣﺸﻴﺶ )
which means grass. It is believed that massive hashish
production for international trade originated in Morocco
during the 1960s, where the cannabis plant was widely
available. Before the coming of the first hippies from the
Hippie Hashish Trail , only small pieces of Lebanese hashish
were found in Morocco. [2] However, hemp has been
reported from a cultural setting on Taiwan as long ago as
10,000 BC., and "[t]he earliest human use of Cannabis
appears to have occurred in the steppe regions of Central
Asia or in China." [3] Northern India has a long social
tradition in the production of hashish, known locally as
charas , which is believed to be the same plant resin as
was burned in the ceremonial booz rooz of Ancient Persia .
[4] Cannabis indica grows wild almost everywhere on the
Indian sub-continent, and special strains have been
particularly cultivated for production of ganja and hashish
particularly in West Bengal, Rajasthan and the
Himalayas. [citation needed ]
In 1596, Dutchman Jan Huyghen van Linschoten spent
three pages on "Bangue" ( bhang ) in his historic work
documenting his journeys in the East. He particularly
mentioned the Egyptian Hashish. [5] He said, "Bangue is
likewise much used in Turkie and Egypt, and is made in
three sorts, having also three names. The first by the
Egyptians is called Assis (Hashish (Arab.)), which is the
poulder of Hemp, or of Hemp leaves, which is water made
in paste or dough, they would eat five peeces, (each) as
big as a Chestnut (or larger); This is used by the common
people, because it is of a small price, and it is no wonder,
that such vertue proceedeth from the Hempe, for that
according to Galens opinion, Hempe excessively filleth the
head."
Use
It is consumed by being heated in a pipe, hookah , bong ,
bubbler, vaporizer, hot knife (placed between the tips of
two heated knife blades), smoked in joints, mixed with
cannabis buds or tobacco , smoked as bottle tokes
("brewing bots", "bucket bongs") or cooked in food,
especially sweets.
Manufacturing processes
Play media
Making cannabis resin,
Uttarakhand, India
Hashish is made from cannabinoid -rich glandular hairs
known as trichomes , as well as varying amounts of
cannabis flower and leaf fragments. The flowers of a
mature female plant contain the most trichomes, though
trichomes are also found on other parts of the plant.
Certain strains of cannabis are cultivated specifically for
their ability to produce large amounts of trichomes. The
resin reservoirs of the trichomes, sometimes erroneously
called pollen (vendors often use the euphemism "pollen
catchers" to describe screened kief-grinders in order to
skirt paraphernalia selling laws), are separated from the
plant through various methods.
Mechanical separation methods use physical action to
remove the trichomes from the plant, such as sieving
through a screen by hand or in motorized tumblers. This
technique is known as "drysifting". The resulting powder,
referred to as "kief" or "drysift", is compressed with the aid
of heat into blocks of hashish; if pure, the kief will become
gooey and pliable. When a high level of pure THC is
present, the end product will be almost transparent and will
start to melt at the point of human contact. Ice-water
separation is another mechanical method of isolating
trichomes. The clarity of the final product determines
quality of the final product. Nowadays, new techniques
have been developed, such as heat and pressure
separations, static-electricity sieving or acoustical dry
sieving. [6]
Chemical separation methods generally use a solvent such
as ethanol, butane [citation needed ] or hexane to dissolve
the lipophilic desirable resin. Remaining plant materials are
filtered out of the solution and sent to the compost. The
solvent is then evaporated, or boiled off (purged) leaving
behind the desirable resins, called honey oil, " hash oil ", or
just "oil". Honey oil still contains waxes and essential oils
and can be further purified by vacuum distillation to yield
"red oil". The product of chemical separations is more
commonly referred to as "honey oil." This oil is not really
hashish, as the latter name covers trichomes that are
extracted by sieving. This leaves most of the glands intact.
Quality
Tiny pieces of leaf matter may be accidentally or even
purposefully added; adulterants introduced when the hash
is being produced will reduce the purity of the material and
often resulting in green finished product. The
tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content of hashish comes in
wide ranges from almost none to 65% and that of hash oil
from 30–90%. [7]
See also
Cannabis portal
Charles Baudelaire, French author who wrote the 1860
book, Les paradis artificiels , about the state of being under
the influence of opium and hashish
Club des Hashischins , 1840s Parisian group dedicated to
the exploration of drug-induced experiences, notably with
hashish
Fitz Hugh Ludlow, American author best known for his
autobiographical book, The Hasheesh Eater (1857)
References
1. ^ Guide To The Different Types Of Hash From Around
The World
2. ^ Hashish! by Robert Connell Clarke, ISBN
0-929349-05-9
3. ^ Merlin, M. D. 2003 " Archaeological evidence for the
tradition of psychoactive plant use in the Old World,"
E conomic Botany 57 (3): 295-323. Table 1 (re Taiwan) and
p. 312 (quotation). http://link.springer.com/
article/10.1663/0013-0001%282003%29057%5B0295:
AEFTTO%5D2.0.CO%3B2 . Rtvd 2014.02.22.
4. ^ Usaybia, Abu; Notes on Uyunu al-Anba fi Tabaquat al-
Atibba , Berkeley: University of California Press, 1965.
5. ^ Burnell, Arthur Coke & Tiele, P.A (1885). The voyage
of John Huyghen van Linschoten to the East Indies . from
the old English translation of 1598: the first book,
containing his description of the East. London: The Hakluyt
Society. pp. 115–117. Full text at Internet Archive. Chapter
on Bangue .
6. ^ Skunk Pharma Search, Acoustical dry sieving
7. ^ Inciardi, James A. (1992). The War on Drugs II .
Mountain View , CA : Mayfield Publishing Company. p. 19.
ISBN 1-55934-016-9 .
Further reading
Hashish! by Robert Connell Clarke, ISBN 0-929349-05-9
The Hasheesh Eater by Fitz Hugh Ludlow; first edition
1857
Starkes, Michael. Marijuana Potency . Berkeley, California:
And/Or Press, 1977. Chapter 6 "Extraction of THC and
Preparation of Hash Oil" pp. 111–122. ISBN 0-915904-27-6 .

13 May 2015 09:25

Hashish is broke

13 May 2015 09:28

Each drug has made it

Edited by Sardarmiqbal / 13 May 2015 09:29
13 May 2015 09:37

Quote by Zubair_Zarger
Quote by N.AjNabee
Quote by SHAHIN619

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:hm

The name hashish comes from the Arabic word ( ﺣﺸﻴﺶ )
which means grass. It is believed that massive hashish
production for international trade originated in Morocco
during the 1960s, where the cannabis plant was widely
available. Before the coming of the first hippies from the
Hippie Hashish Trail , only small pieces of Lebanese hashish
were found in Morocco. [2] However, hemp has been
reported from a cultural setting on Taiwan as long ago as
10,000 BC., and "[t]he earliest human use of Cannabis
appears to have occurred in the steppe regions of Central
Asia or in China." [3] Northern India has a long social
tradition in the production of hashish, known locally as
charas , which is believed to be the same plant resin as
was burned in the ceremonial booz rooz of Ancient Persia .
[4] Cannabis indica grows wild almost everywhere on the
Indian sub-continent, and special strains have been
particularly cultivated for production of ganja and hashish
particularly in West Bengal, Rajasthan and the
Himalayas. [citation needed ]
In 1596, Dutchman Jan Huyghen van Linschoten spent
three pages on "Bangue" ( bhang ) in his historic work
documenting his journeys in the East. He particularly
mentioned the Egyptian Hashish. [5] He said, "Bangue is
likewise much used in Turkie and Egypt, and is made in
three sorts, having also three names. The first by the
Egyptians is called Assis (Hashish (Arab.)), which is the
poulder of Hemp, or of Hemp leaves, which is water made
in paste or dough, they would eat five peeces, (each) as
big as a Chestnut (or larger); This is used by the common
people, because it is of a small price, and it is no wonder,
that such vertue proceedeth from the Hempe, for that
according to Galens opinion, Hempe excessively filleth the
head."
Use
It is consumed by being heated in a pipe, hookah , bong ,
bubbler, vaporizer, hot knife (placed between the tips of
two heated knife blades), smoked in joints, mixed with
cannabis buds or tobacco , smoked as bottle tokes
("brewing bots", "bucket bongs") or cooked in food,
especially sweets.
Manufacturing processes
Play media
Making cannabis resin,
Uttarakhand, India
Hashish is made from cannabinoid -rich glandular hairs
known as trichomes , as well as varying amounts of
cannabis flower and leaf fragments. The flowers of a
mature female plant contain the most trichomes, though
trichomes are also found on other parts of the plant.
Certain strains of cannabis are cultivated specifically for
their ability to produce large amounts of trichomes. The
resin reservoirs of the trichomes, sometimes erroneously
called pollen (vendors often use the euphemism "pollen
catchers" to describe screened kief-grinders in order to
skirt paraphernalia selling laws), are separated from the
plant through various methods.
Mechanical separation methods use physical action to
remove the trichomes from the plant, such as sieving
through a screen by hand or in motorized tumblers. This
technique is known as "drysifting". The resulting powder,
referred to as "kief" or "drysift", is compressed with the aid
of heat into blocks of hashish; if pure, the kief will become
gooey and pliable. When a high level of pure THC is
present, the end product will be almost transparent and will
start to melt at the point of human contact. Ice-water
separation is another mechanical method of isolating
trichomes. The clarity of the final product determines
quality of the final product. Nowadays, new techniques
have been developed, such as heat and pressure
separations, static-electricity sieving or acoustical dry
sieving. [6]
Chemical separation methods generally use a solvent such
as ethanol, butane [citation needed ] or hexane to dissolve
the lipophilic desirable resin. Remaining plant materials are
filtered out of the solution and sent to the compost. The
solvent is then evaporated, or boiled off (purged) leaving
behind the desirable resins, called honey oil, " hash oil ", or
just "oil". Honey oil still contains waxes and essential oils
and can be further purified by vacuum distillation to yield
"red oil". The product of chemical separations is more
commonly referred to as "honey oil." This oil is not really
hashish, as the latter name covers trichomes that are
extracted by sieving. This leaves most of the glands intact.
Quality
Tiny pieces of leaf matter may be accidentally or even
purposefully added; adulterants introduced when the hash
is being produced will reduce the purity of the material and
often resulting in green finished product. The
tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content of hashish comes in
wide ranges from almost none to 65% and that of hash oil
from 30–90%. [7]
See also
Cannabis portal
Charles Baudelaire, French author who wrote the 1860
book, Les paradis artificiels , about the state of being under
the influence of opium and hashish
Club des Hashischins , 1840s Parisian group dedicated to
the exploration of drug-induced experiences, notably with
hashish
Fitz Hugh Ludlow, American author best known for his
autobiographical book, The Hasheesh Eater (1857)
References
1. ^ Guide To The Different Types Of Hash From Around
The World
2. ^ Hashish! by Robert Connell Clarke, ISBN
0-929349-05-9
3. ^ Merlin, M. D. 2003 " Archaeological evidence for the
tradition of psychoactive plant use in the Old World,"
E conomic Botany 57 (3): 295-323. Table 1 (re Taiwan) and
p. 312 (quotation). http://link.springer.com/
article/10.1663/0013-0001%282003%29057%5B0295:
AEFTTO%5D2.0.CO%3B2 . Rtvd 2014.02.22.
4. ^ Usaybia, Abu; Notes on Uyunu al-Anba fi Tabaquat al-
Atibba , Berkeley: University of California Press, 1965.
5. ^ Burnell, Arthur Coke & Tiele, P.A (1885). The voyage
of John Huyghen van Linschoten to the East Indies . from
the old English translation of 1598: the first book,
containing his description of the East. London: The Hakluyt
Society. pp. 115–117. Full text at Internet Archive. Chapter
on Bangue .
6. ^ Skunk Pharma Search, Acoustical dry sieving
7. ^ Inciardi, James A. (1992). The War on Drugs II .
Mountain View , CA : Mayfield Publishing Company. p. 19.
ISBN 1-55934-016-9 .
Further reading
Hashish! by Robert Connell Clarke, ISBN 0-929349-05-9
The Hasheesh Eater by Fitz Hugh Ludlow; first edition
1857
Starkes, Michael. Marijuana Potency . Berkeley, California:
And/Or Press, 1977. Chapter 6 "Extraction of THC and
Preparation of Hash Oil" pp. 111–122. ISBN 0-915904-27-6 .

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