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wotnwhy

Dry sift dilution? Weed seasoning? Hash RE-traction?

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Ok, so long story short:

I have a gram or 2 of dry sift hash, pressed. And around 15g of sub standard weed (all tasty, just not strong). And my crop wont be ready for another month, so I got thinking...

Rather than being unsatified smoking weed that doesn't hit half the time, and blowing my fkin face off for the other half. Would it be an idea to mix the hash with the weed? Because my minds telling me it would make for a super tasty, fairly strong smoke.

The only problem I forsee is breaking the hash down now it's pressed and getting it spread evenly. If I was to do it I'd probably grind all my weed up and mix up in a jar.


So what do you think? Sound idea? Most moronic bit of drivel you've read in years? :spliff:
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[quote name='wotnwhy' timestamp='1336147129' post='3133360']
Ok, so long story short:

I have a gram or 2 of dry sift hash, pressed. And around 15g of sub standard weed (all tasty, just not strong). And my crop wont be ready for another month, so I got thinking...

Rather than being unsatified smoking weed that doesn't hit half the time, and blowing my fkin face off for the other half. Would it be an idea to mix the hash with the weed? Because my minds telling me it would make for a super tasty, fairly strong smoke.

The only problem I forsee is breaking the hash down now it's pressed and getting it spread evenly. If I was to do it I'd probably grind all my weed up and mix up in a jar.


So what do you think? Sound idea? Most moronic bit of drivel you've read in years? :spliff:
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Why not just mix them as you use them?
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I wouldn't mix it all together in a batch it goes reet funny. Best grinding a tub of bud and some hash then if bowl/vape bud below hash. if rolling I normally use bud then tobacco/bush and sprinkle in hash :)

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as chickenlipsr4 has said, just mix a bit of the dry sift in with your not so strong weed as and when you smoke it, t'is how I always smoke my dry sift or bubble :skin_up:

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Guess 'moronic drivel' is the answer then! :rofl:

I'm one of those with little restraint when the joints in front of me being made see. "just a little sprinkle more..." :doh:

But yes, the much more sensible way..

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grinded weed will lose some of its potency over time due to the trauma grinding inflicts on the trichomes.

dont want your weak weed getting weaker :spliff:

you could go the more labourious route of hand rubbing that crumbled up weed into the hash. it would dilute your hash.

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slice the hash into three (like a bigmac bun), put the good stuff in like a filling, wrap your lump in the plastic of a cig pack, wrap that in paper, wet the paper and stick it in the oven on low for a few minutes, let it cool for a brief mo then give it a bosh or three with a hammer :spliff: .

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