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It tastes as good as it smells, very clean and very strong on the tongue. There are no signs of contaminants in here either and that really helps the flav stay pure. I ordered an ice cold Sprite to wash it down on a hot summer's day.

The FX are really settling, making me kinda nod my head with the beats that were playing . It puts you in a dazey state, just chillin� and not really in too much of a hurry to do a thing! This is a very fine polm to sample if you know what quality is. The FX are strong for this type of hash, so make sure you don't have a lot of things to do; they probably won't get done! Overall it's certainly worth a stop by the Spirit� Amsterdam Coffeeshop Directory Forums. Im realy intrested to learn how the type of Hash which it called Polm or Pollen in Netherlands is made.Atm i smoking a Pollen which is dark brown and so soft that you can bend it in any shape you want,actualy funny to play around with. When you add the lighter the whole Surface starts not only to melt,it realy bubbles up and boils.

But i also know Pollen which is like pressed Sand and also has a sandy Colour. Is it just a Dutch type of "Maroc",something made by pressing dry sieved Weed? Ive already read in a Coffeshop who had a real nice description Menu,written under Pollen "A pressed Skuff product" The point which made we wonder is that all Skuff (or Kieff for you Americans ) i know is not oily and also doesnt melt when you heat it. Kieff/Skuff i know looks like the Stuff in this Nacker Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJiIr3dwOvQ. All Skuff i know is yellow to white "dusty" stuff.Thats why i wondered how it get black and oily. Also i realy dont like Skuff (another cough problem for me) but i often smoke Pollen. Also when you press Skuff/Kieff it still looks like Skuff/Kieff it justs gets a more brownish Surface.In this Video here is a good Example: (Watch how he uses the knife to scrape and cut into the block later there you see it has not become "Soft and oily" from Pressing. There must be some serrious change when Skuff gets Pollen,i cant imagine thats just some hot press doing it ?? Today,cause most of my money was spended on Passion Weed ,i thought i take the bit more Cheap Pollen,normaly i buy the one for 9 € Gramm,the dark,bubbling one i described. Today i bought the one for 7 Euro,and you can crumble it without heat,it reminds much more of common skuff. Since we know that Bubble Bag Hashs have different colours depending on micron size,i guess the difference in colour and consistency in the Pollen is from different dry sieve sizes too. But i wonder a bit where is the Difference between 7 € Pollen and 7€ Maroc then? I need to ask the Budtender next time,perhaps the Pollen is made in Netherlands and the Maroc is imported? So in this blog, we’ve compiled the best methods to get you a fast stash post-harvest. We can’t promise perfection but these methods will put a rush on the drying process and give you a decent bud to toke on. OK, so you have cannabis plants close to harvest and insufficient marijuana reserves to see you through the typical 30+ day period between harvest and cured finished product. Perhaps you don’t even have a stash to make it through the average 1–2 weeks it takes to dry buds conventionally? Or perhaps you are just curious whether or not your flowers are ready to harvest? Regardless of your personal motivations, you have plenty of options when it comes to quickly drying cannabis. The problem is, the most popularised quick-dry methods will degrade buds so much in the process, they are hardly worth the effort. Not only will we break down simple ways to speed-dry Sinsemilla without ruining your reefer. We have also included a sticky surprise in the text for those cannabis concentrate lovers seeking more flavoursome extracts using the fresh non-dried material. Simple brown paper bags, like the kind you get from the bakery, are perfect for drying buds.

If you place a handful or two of freshly manicured smaller nuggets into a paper bag and leave them to dry for 2–3 days your halfway there. Ideally, you should leave them another 3 days to dry completely. But if you’re in a hurry, proceed to the next step. Next, turn on your laptop and figure out where the fan is.

Modern laptops all have fans expelling warm air to keep the internal workings of the device cool. Place the small half-dry nuggets on a paper towel on the keyboard. Or on a paper towel directly in front of the fan vents, if you have a model that vents a different way. Turn buds over every 10 minutes or so, until they feel dry to the touch.


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