The greasy texture of Moon Rocks makes them a little hard to light or keep a cherry, but if you throw them on top of some flower, you’ll be good to go. You’ll also be doubly high, but honestly, at this point, you can’t even be concerned about what level of highness you’ll end up at. (The answer is the top.) If you break up some Moon Rocks and sprinkle them on top of ground bud, you can roll up a blunt/joint and make it work for you. We all like to get high and go do things, but Moon Rocks aren’t a Blue Dream-type feel where you’re going to be high and ready for action, Jackson. If you have a workout to do or some tasks to finish for the day, do so before smoking or else you’ll pass right out, then wake up stressed about all the time you wasted.
Don’t make my mistake—I smoked Moon Rocks thinking I was about to punch out 1,500 words of literary fire, only to find out that my fingers don’t even work once that level of high gets ahold of my soul. If the Moon Rock is too potent, having something in your stomach will help prevent you from getting nauseous. You’re going to be so damn dehydrated that you’ll look like Spongebob when Sandy had him in the air dome for the first time ever. Go ahead and grab a gallon of water and sit it directly next to you while smoking Moon Rocks, because once that high hits, you will not want to move a single muscle to get up and grab of glass of high-quality H2O. The same goes for the snacks you plan on ingesting once the high grabs your stomach and makes it do backflips. If you’re going to hit some Moon Rocks, do so in a comfortable and vibe-encouraging environment where everything around you gives your soul life. You’re going to be on stuck mode and all you’ll want to do is sit and chill within yourself, so go ahead and get your couch game right. As with edibles, start out with a little bit and gradually increase—take a small hit and space out your hits. This post was originally published on December 12, 2017.
Moon Rocks are a crazy cannabis creation from the USA West Coast. Premium quality cannabis buds are soaked in cannabis oil and rolled in generous quantities of kief. Kief is another name for loose trichome resin glands, also known as ‘dry sift’. Moon Rocks are turbo-charged cannabis buds, unlike anything you have tried before. Moon Rocks are the most potent buds you can get, even smokers with a high cannabis tolerance will be floored by a Moon Rock. Sometimes Moon Rocks are also called as Cannabis Caviar. A moon rock delivers everything a cannabis lover could want, in a highly concentrated form. The presence of oil (or shatter) which is soaked generously into the bud ensures the whole moon rock sizzles away in a smog of THC goodness. The high hits you immediately with one of those rare ‘what am I doing’ feelings. Most people probably inhale several times their usual amount of THC, especially as they suck furiously on the bong to capture every last bit of the moon rock smoke. One of the more usual ways to smoke a moon rock is to break one into a bong and prepare for a truly epic bong rip of lunar proportions. The moon rock will keep burning for longer than expected thanks to the extra oil present inside it. A single chunk of moon rock can often be enough for several people to fill their lungs. Trying to grind up a Moon Rock to use in a joint can be sticky and messy work. If you have a vaporiser, try breaking small chunks of moon rock into it and start at low temperatures to encourage a slow release of the vapors. But be warned, even experienced stoners have been overwhelmed after trying Moon Rocks. Different dispensaries have their own individual techniques which they use to make their Moon Rocks. The first consideration is whether to use dense hard nuggets or not. Normally dense hard buds are preferred, but these can be slow to fully absorb the cannabis oil. Some USA dispensaries prefer to use quality sativa buds with a slightly lighter and more open texture. These buds quickly soak up a large amount of cannabis oil. To make Moon Rocks, buds can either be dipped in cannabis oil or injected with it. Many prefer to warm the cannabis oil to reduce viscosity, this makes it easier to get the buds fully drenched.
When you break open a good Moon Rock you should be able to see the structure of the bud fully embalmed in the brown oil. If you can see lots of green buds it’s a sign that the bud was not soaked in the oil for long enough. When making Moon Rocks from rock hard nuggets you may prefer to warm the oil first until it flows freely, and then take your time to fully submerse the buds in the warm oil, it takes a few minutes (not a few seconds) to do it properly.
Moon Rocks were originally created by Kurupt, the former Executive VP for Death Row Records and the musician Dr. The following video from Kurupt and Zodiak explains more about their invention: How do you use shatter to make Moon Rocks? Some Moon Rock connoisseurs feel that cannabis oil makes the Moon Rocks too sticky.