REVIEW: Herbish/Four County Farms Chocolate Hashberry Sugar Wax
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I have no idea how, when and why dabs became the hottest thing in the world of cannabis, so absent any hard facts, I am going to go ahead and blame all millennials. They're also on the hook for the sorry state of contemporary music, I'm afraid.
Even as more smokers replace or augment their pipe and bong collections with oil rigs and butane torches, I remain reluctant to join the fray. Knowing my long, clumsy history, it's inconceivable that I could safely steward a delicate glass rig with removable pieces. Likewise, it's a bad idea to hand me a butane torch under any circumstance, much less when I'm using it to get crazy high.
Thankfully, there are still ways to dip your toe into the world of wax, shatter, resin and other concentrates without making the financial commitment to a dab rig, which can run upwards of $200. The easiest method for cost-averse smokers is to simply mix some concentrate with their weed and put it in a pipe, bong or joint. You don't get the full flavor, but you still get the high potency.
The Herbish Chocolate Hashberry Sugar Wax, created from cannabis grown by Four County Farms, comes in a candied apricot orange with a deliciously dank and fruity aroma.
Wax continues burning once ignited, so the trick is to place it in the middle of the bowl, rather than resting it on top. Testing at an eyelid-dropping 86.9 percent THC, Herbish Chocolate Hashberry Sugar Wax provides immensely powerful sedation and relaxation effects.<div class="star-rating"> Produced by N&R Publications, a division of News & Review </div> <div class="star-rating"> Content: 86.9% THC </div> <div class="star-rating"> Price: $40/gram </div> <div class="star-rating"> Uses: Heavy sedation; relaxation; pain management </div> <div class="star-rating"> Pros: Enticing aroma, delicious flavor, extremely powerful effects </div> <div class="star-rating"> Cons: Avoid if you don't want to get high as hell </div>