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(ALMOST edible!) There is a heavy pepper-minty oil "drip" that forms in the back of your throat as soon as you finish exhaling a big hit from this gear. NativeK & I smoked a few hits from a glass bubbler; it was very nice to smoke this type of hash without tobacco. It woulda made a big hit at my last summer barbecue! FX are very sharp, with "striking visuals", almost as if you are wearing reading glasses (even if you don't need them!) NativeK wanted to play Play Station 2: Tekken or some other fighting game on this high! His eyes were quite busy and he felt like giving his reflexes a good workout!

Uplifting and energizing, a very cerebral high indeed. I think this may begin to prove that Popeye's has put their bad quality daze behind them! This hash was really good to smoke; i'd be interested to know what PH and Mriko would think of this. I have lately been very interested in Indian and Nepalese hash after been smoking way much Moroccan hashish. I like how they hand rub to make the hash, how monks in the mountains bless the hash and the stories behind them. Instead of beating the whole plant to death like in Morocco. I have some experience of the hashish we will talk about in this thread, like Pravati Cream (Café 420), Manali (Flower Power), Nepal (Club Media), Nepalese Cream (1e Hulp), Tempel Balls (Jolly Joker). I am not the only Indian Nepalese hash hunter here and tourists might have use for this thread before they visit Amsterdam, to find good Asian hash. Don't forget to write which Coffeeshop and for what price in your review. I was hoping to buy their "Nepal Extra" for 15€, but is currently removed from the menu.

I played a little with it over fire and it turned black and got burned instead of bubble and melt.. When it was soft enough to rub between the fingers it felt dry and was hard to control, not creamy. Nepalese Cream from 1e Hulp and it cost 10€ per gram. I save my weeds and hashish in glass jars and in the Nepalese Cream jar it smells sweet citrus fruit. The consistency is creamy and sticks to the nails easy. It's not very powerful but you can feel the mind high. I do like the taste of it even if it's dry to the throat, taste almost like the smell. A good start in the hunt for well produced Nepalese hash for sure cuz of the smell and consistency. Your access to this site has been limited by the site owner. (HTTP response code 503) If you think you have been blocked in error, contact the owner of this site for assistance. If you are a WordPress user with administrative privileges on this site, please enter your email address in the box below and click "Send". You will then receive an email that helps you regain access. Block Reason: Access from your area has been temporarily limited for security reasons. Wordfence is a security plugin installed on over 3 million WordPress sites. The owner of this site is using Wordfence to manage access to their site. You can also read the documentation to learn about Wordfence's blocking tools, or visit wordfence.com to learn more about Wordfence. Generated by Wordfence at Thu, 11 Jun 2020 11:41:13 GMT. Sour Diesel is a Sativa-dominant marijuana strain, with minimal Indica-like elements. Origin: Although Sour Diesel’s genetic lineage is technically not 100% known, it was developed in the ’90s and is thought to have the parent plants of Chem-dawg 91 and Super Skunk; both considered extremely potent and heady strains. Appearance: Sour Diesel is known for its classic pot look, with leafy green sugar leaves and slightly pinkish-orange pistils that bring some colour to this reefer crop. The nuggets are often very frosty, covered with a multitude of tiny shining crystals.

Aroma: The Sour Diesel strain has the term “diesel” in its name for a specific reason. Sour Diesel has one of the stinkiest pungent aromas of any marijuana strain. There are some notes of lemon zest and other citrus fruits hidden in the flavour, likely being the reason why it’s called “Sour”.

Flavour: Its flavour is earthy and sometimes laced with a little dash of citrus fruit. Most of all, expect Sour Diesel’s skunky and pungent nature to overwhelm the other elements of its taste, leaving and citrus or spice reasonably subtle. Effects: With THC 18%-26%, Sour Diesel weed has the energising factor covered, bringing positive energy and immediate mood-boosting to the table. effervescent after consuming; it also leaves the body and mind feeling calm, light and airy, while still making it possible to get things done during the day.

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