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grobag

Grobag's Hash Thread

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I've decided to start this thread for various reasons, the first being to test out the new gallery posting tool. :starwars:

This thread will take a while to form as I make various things and post them up but I'll keep putting the various methods and techniques in here so that they are all in one place. I'll mainly focus on the hashes, oils and jellies that I make and cure, but I'll also be including all the imports I come across as a comparison to show that YOU can make better products than even the most seasoned regional producer. B) Forget Afghani and Leb from the 70's, UK420 is where the best hash ever produced can be found.

Ever wondered how a certain hash or oil is made? Pose the question in this thread and when I have the trim I'll make it and show you how it's done and with my own tried and tested techniques. Feel free to add any additions or changes you would make, that's the idea. With a bit of luck we could come up with some great new ideas between us. :rofl:

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nice one gro :starwars: cool thread in the making here, now (hippy) crack on with some pics

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Excellent Idea gro .... a classic thread in the making ..... :starwars:

Laz

Edited by Lazlo Woodbine

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So first up I'll post a few pics of the types of products I'm going to be contending with. This is a sample of the imports I have in my stash at the moment. (check out the gallery posting method for the pics :starwars: )

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Group of various imports

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Nepalese Charas Just like plasticine this stuff

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Dry sift and flat pressed Pakistani Made in Morocco

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Moroccan Black

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Pakistani Black Made in Morocco.

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:rofl: Top drawer stuff grobag, think ill stick this in my topic tracker :rofl:

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yummo hash there Gro

Will say this tho ,dont think it should be a 'competition' between import and home made, they both have their merits in their own right.

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Wow, I wish I could get imports like that! Never mind, I shall keep an eye on this thread, perhaps I'll learn how to make my own... Nice one Grobag.

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yummo hash there Gro

Will say this tho ,dont think it should be a 'competition' between import and home made, they both have their merits in their own right.

To true mate, but my point is, as you of all people should know, given the right strain of plants ANYONE can make anything. :starwars:

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Pfft says I to the imports, let's blow them out of the water shall we. :starwars: (just for you FD mate :rofl: :rofl: )

The end result of OT1's breeding, Bish's growing and Grobag's oiling this batch:

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Scrape it up with a new blade Mmmmmmm

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Lot#5 BHO

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Lot#5 BHO

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ya know after every pic u post im just gonna post a comment gro, so get used to it

but that stuff is frigging drooling material, ya best keep a little by for me

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ya know after every pic u post im just gonna post a comment gro, so get used to it

but that stuff is frigging drooling material, ya best keep a little by for me

not 1/2

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This is how I made it, basically by the same method as in my sig but with unbubbled trim, just manicured then dried. Hopefully the titles/descriptions from my gallery should explain the pics and the method.

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Ingredients and utensils

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Near Zero Impurity Keen-Newport London Butane

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Lot#5 trim and Air Bud

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Setting up the coffee pot

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seal the gaps and squirt in

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Trim in Liquid Butane

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Ban Marie style evaporation for speed One pyrex dish contains hot water from the tap, the other goes on top for vapping in.

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My paper coffee filter made from a wire coat hanger and pegs

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Plunge the coffee pot and second filter through the paper

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Sit back and watch it vap

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When done it will form a layer on the bottom This was extremely clear for oil.

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Scrape it up with a new blade Mmmmmmm

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I then scrape it into a wrap of plastic

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bung it in the freezer before tacking into a lump

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Frozen it's easier to tack into a lump

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After freezing, tack it about torelease trapped bubbles

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Lot#5 BHO

Tack it into a ball and let it cure. I'll post pics of cured oil at a later date to show the difference.

(Please don't make 17 comments FD :spliff::yinyang: )

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stunning pics m8

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Good selection of smoke there grobag

Nick...

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