What are Nepalese Temple Balls?
Hashish from Nepalese Temple Balls is renowned for its resinous, sweet, tangy flavour, sticky appearance, and euphoric high. The majority of Nepalese temple balls are round and have a stunning gloss that almost seems polished.
The shiny skin, the goopy texture, and the fact that touching it makes your fingers sticky.
This is the kind of hash that makes legends..
Hash from Temple Ball is the real deal. Although powerful, this high is not abrupt. Despite being as strong as it is, it’s a bit of a creeper… you can count on temple ball hash to chill you out nice and slowly.
You can tell for sure when you start to glow.
- Smoke it in a pipe, bong, or joint
- Vaporize it
- Dab it
- Eat it
But what exactly are Nepalese Temple Balls?
Well My Grasshopper Dispensary is here to let you know they are just a unique form of hash.
Back in the day….
Hippies would travel to Nepal in droves in order to taste the fabled Nepalese temple hashish balls, which were first popularised in Western society in the 1960s and 1970s.
No other type of hashish comes close to the strength and cream-like smoothness of the Nepalese temple ball version.
How Nepalese Temples Balls Made?
Nepalese temple ball hash is produced without the aid of cutting-edge machinery, unlike contemporary concentrates.
Instead, the materials needed to make these spherical beauties are two warm hands, a ceramic plate, and several cannabis blossoms.
In general, the cannabis flower’s resin is rubbed, resulting in a resinous paste. Soon after, the original hashish is spread out on a porcelain plate and repeatedly rolled.
The outer layer becomes polished and the ball-shaped structure quickly takes shape.
Voila! Nepalese temple ball hash is created. There you have it.
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