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Making Bubblehash – A Clean, THC-Rich Marijuana Concentrate

Bubblehash is a nearly-pure resin gland cannabis concentrate made using icewater instead of solvents. You make it by placing marijuana in iced water and “washing” the cannabis to gather cannabinoid-laden resin glands. When you use iced water to make hashish, you’re using temperature, stirring, and wet sifting to isolate the resin glands. There’s no butane, […]

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Why I Love Dry Sift Marijuana Concentrate

A year ago I published an article about dry sift marijuana concentrate. You can read that article here. Readers told us they were glad to hear about this relatively unknown cannabis concentrate. It’s like a cross between old-school screen hashish and bubblehash, but far easier to make than bubblehash. I made the dry sift a […]

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Potent New Marijuana Strains from Subcool TGA Genetics

Subcool TGA Seeds has been working overtime to develop new marijuana strains you’ll love growing. Let’s start with Go Time, a 65-35 Sativa dominant hybrid that gives you two distinct phenotypes to work with as motherplants. Jesus OG Kush genetics are on-board this Subcool TGA Genetics strain, but that doesn’t fully explain why one of […]

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Dry Sift: Your Simple, Natural Way to Make Marijuana Concentrate

I consume marijuana in various forms, including whole buds, (smoked or vaporized) bubblehash, solvent-extract concentrates, oral tinctures and oils, butane honey oil, and marijuana mediles. But recently my favorite form of marijuana is one of the easiest to process, concentrate, and use. It’s called “live resins,” or “dry sift,” and it’s becoming as popular as […]

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