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If you’re a cannabis connoisseur looking for a pure product with potent yields, give bubble hash a try. If the last part of that sentence has you scratching your head, don’t feel bad.
Even though bubble hash has been around for a long time, it isn’t one of the more common forms of cannabis on the market today. It’s not surprising that new arrivals to the cannabis community have never heard of this premium concentrate.
So what exactly is bubble hash? How is it made? And how do you use bubble hash once you’ve got some?
In this article, the cannabis experts at Honest Marijuana answer those questions and give you the skinny on all things bubble hash.
What Is Bubble Hash?
We’re going to lay some science on you, son, but don’t run away. It won’t be as painful as all that. Let’s start with a bit of biology.
All cannabis plants produce trichomes on the surface of their buds. Trichomes are tiny outgrowths that, with the naked eye, look like fine hairs. But up close, trichomes have a stalk and a round head, much like a mushroom.
How to Judge the Quality of Bubble Hash
Bubble hash is usually rated on its ability to bubble. “Full melt” bubble hash bubbles the best, until “fully melted,” and is considered the gold standard for bubble hash. It leaves behind white ash and is able to fully bubble away until completely liquified or evaporated. If the bubble hash has any residual plant material, this may reduce its ability to fully bubble, which will also reduce its overall rating.
Larger-size microns may let some plant matter through, but they also let the largest trichomes pass in their entirety. This means that while the finer microns make better bubbles due to lack of plant material, it doesn’t necessarily mean they create a more potent product.
A popular method of using it in this manner is to roll the hash into small balls and place them on top of a bowl of cannabis.
A Brief History of Hash
Bubble hash came onto the cannabis scene in the mid-1990s and hit the height of its popularity in the early 2000s. The phrase, “If it doesn’t bubble, it’s not worth the trouble,” became popular during this time for its stark truth. The highest rated bubble hash does just that, bubble all the way to a liquidy, vaporous state.
Making bubble hash is still a common method of extraction, though its vast availability has waned with the advent of other craft concentrates.