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How to Easily Make Hash!
What you need: 
Trim, plant matter, stems, bud, leaves, etc. Any part of the plant will work to produce hash. After I harvest my plants, I take all the trim (The excess leaves and left over plant material) and save it just for this! TIP: You can use your left over stems from bud you purchase, the crumbs in your jar, etc. 
Isopropyl Alcohol. Either 99% or 90% works. (Less water mixture means the faster it will evaporate)
A ceramic dish of some sort (Must be perfectly smooth with no grooves in the surface or else your hash will deposit in these nooks).
A jar or a container.
A coffee filter of some sort. I cut a sock in half and place it over the jar to act as a filter. (Basically something to strain the plant matter out).
A Razor blade or a scraping tool.
Steps:
Take all your plant material, stems, crumbs, etc and place it into your jar.
Pour in a conservative amount of Isopropanol (The less you use, the less time you will have to wait for evaporation, but too little will result in waste.).
Immediately shake the jar fairly vigorously for exactly 30 seconds. The solution should start to turn green. (If you shake for too long you start absorbing plant matter and impurities begin to form).
Strain the alcohol through your filter/sock/cloth, etc. Make sure to squeeze the plant matter against your filter and get as much of the liquid as you can.
Allow the liquid to evaporate over the course of a day or two.
Scrape the hash from the ceramic dish and enjoy!
Hash made in this way is quite delicious and will smoke like kief. Sprinkle some onto your bowl to ensure you have a truly great time :D
Tip: If you have a vaporizer, you can soak the glass parts in alcohol and make hash that way! (also works for resin, but obviously introduces impurities).
Make Superior Quality Bubble Hash using these Bubble Bags:

How to Easily Make Hash!

What you need: 

  • Trim, plant matter, stems, bud, leaves, etc. Any part of the plant will work to produce hash. After I harvest my plants, I take all the trim (The excess leaves and left over plant material) and save it just for this! TIP: You can use your left over stems from bud you purchase, the crumbs in your jar, etc. 
  • Isopropyl Alcohol. Either 99% or 90% works. (Less water mixture means the faster it will evaporate)
  • A ceramic dish of some sort (Must be perfectly smooth with no grooves in the surface or else your hash will deposit in these nooks).
  • A jar or a container.
  • A coffee filter of some sort. I cut a sock in half and place it over the jar to act as a filter. (Basically something to strain the plant matter out).
  • A Razor blade or a scraping tool.

Steps:

  1. Take all your plant material, stems, crumbs, etc and place it into your jar.
  2. Pour in a conservative amount of Isopropanol (The less you use, the less time you will have to wait for evaporation, but too little will result in waste.).
  3. Immediately shake the jar fairly vigorously for exactly 30 seconds. The solution should start to turn green. (If you shake for too long you start absorbing plant matter and impurities begin to form).
  4. Strain the alcohol through your filter/sock/cloth, etc. Make sure to squeeze the plant matter against your filter and get as much of the liquid as you can.
  5. Allow the liquid to evaporate over the course of a day or two.
  6. Scrape the hash from the ceramic dish and enjoy!

Hash made in this way is quite delicious and will smoke like kief. Sprinkle some onto your bowl to ensure you have a truly great time :D

Tip: If you have a vaporizer, you can soak the glass parts in alcohol and make hash that way! (also works for resin, but obviously introduces impurities).

Make Superior Quality Bubble Hash using these Bubble Bags:

Notes

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    Give it a shot Chiefers… trial and error is the best way to learn! -LG
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