Experiments Between Dry Flowers and Fresh Frozen Flowers

There are different ways on creating ice water hash and as well as bubble hash using Cannabis buds. The most usual ingredients used are dry flowers and fresh frozen flowers. They decided to experiment and use this two so they can check the different in both quality and yield. It will also help them know the pros and cons of each, since dry flowers and fresh frozen flowers has their own detractors and advocates.

According to some makers of harsh, processing frozen material will produce higher content of terpene and greater yields. There are also some people who said that using materials that are dry can seriously result yo longer lasting and stable product.

In this article from Honestmarijuana.com, they talk about creating hash using both Dry Flowers and Fresh Frozen Flowers:

The Experiment

To make sure that the comparison between the two different extraction methods is as fair and even-handed as possible, the flowers we will be comparing are from the same plants, two different phenotypes of the variety R-Kiem from Spanish seed bank R-Kiem Seeds, specialists in breeding genetics highly suitable for extractions. Each plant was processed separately both in it’s dried and it’s fresh-frozen form, meaning a total of four different extractions for comparison purposes

. Both plants were grown outdoors in full sun and the flowers were collected when fully mature toward the end of October.

At harvest time, approximately half of each plant was trimmed and frozen immediately while the other half of each plant was trimmed and hung to dry slowly in the dark at 50-60% RH/13ºC over the course of a month. Once dry, the buds were transferred to ziplock bags and stored in the freezer for another month before processing.

The same equipment and techniques are used when processing fresh-frozen or dried material, the only difference being that dried flowers will need to be rehydrated before starting the extraction. This is to ensure a cleaner end product, avoiding any contamination of the hash by plant debris that could result from agitating dry and brittle flowers. It’s usually enough to let the material soak in ice cold water for around 20-30 minutes before proceeding with the extraction process. Continue reading full post here…

Making Bubble Hash The Easy Way

Did you know that making bubble hash is actually an easy task to do? This may be because majority of the things that you will need are the ones that are readily available at home. Of course, there are some things that are available at the hard ware store, which means that you no longer need to go further. Sera Jane Ghaly, will help us with the step by step guide on making bubble hash in the easiest way that you could ever imagined:


It’s so easy to make bubble hash at home that there’s almost no reason not to give it a try. Of course, the investment is a lot of weed, but it’s next to impossible to screw up. This video is a step by step instructional on making your own, high-quality hash right in your kitchen. You don’t need too much equipment either. Almost everything you need is in your house or available in your local hardware store. Check out the video below to learn how.

The secret behind bubble hash is in the method of making it. Using iced water and agitation, you are able to separate the resin from the water and then collect the resin. The trichomes found on buds are oily, and so that means that they simply do not mix with water.

Putting 100 grams of weed in iced water gives you 10 grams of high-quality hash. It simply requires putting your weed in water, agitating it with an egg beater or cake mixer for 15-20 minutes and then using a filtration system of micron bags. Continue reading here..

See how easy it is to make your bubble hash? It’s almost next to impossible to get things wrong.