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Produced by carefully rubbing the female buds between the hands. The resin is rolled in Hash-Balls, before shipment it’s pressed in the usual slabs. Color: Black on the outside, dark greenish/brown inside.

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Produced by carefully rubbing the female buds between the hands. The resin is rolled in Hash-Balls, before shipment it’s pressed in the usual slabs. Color: Black on the outside, dark greenish/brown inside.

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Produced by carefully rubbing the female buds between the hands. The resin is rolled in Hash-Balls, before shipment it’s pressed in the usual slabs. Color: Black on the outside, dark greenish/brown inside.

Smell: Spicy to very spicy. Distinctive aroma. Taste: Very spicy, somewhat harsh on the throat but definitively less so than Afghani. Consistency: Very soft, can be kneaded easily like Afghani.

Sometimes quite powdery though always dense. Effect: Very stony and physical high. Cerebral. Potency: Potent to very potent. Like Nepali, Charas is almost always good smoke. (10-26{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} THC) Availability: Very rare, from time to time very small quantities become available.

Most Hash of this kind is imported by private travellers to India. As expected the price is very high, in the range of Nepali.

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Produced by carefully rubbing the female buds between the hands. Color: Black on the outside, dark greenish/brown inside. Smell: Spicy to very spicy.

Distinctive aroma. Taste: Very spicy, somewhat harsh on the throat but definitively less so than Afghani. Consistency: Very soft, can be kneaded easily like Afghani. Sometimes quite powdery though always dense. Effect: Very stony and physical high. Cerebral.

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Potency: Potent to very potent. Like Nepali, Charas is almost always good smoke. (10-26{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} THC) Availability: Very rare, from time to time very small quantities become available. . As expected the price is very high, in the range of Nepali. Charas is usually sold as a ‘finger’, which is a sausage shaped piece of hash.

The creator of this charas uses the original techniques to make a dark and sticky hash. It is a unique and strong concentrate that is good for pain, stress, and nausea.

The result is a slightly lighter than normal charas that burns with a slightly different flavor (but is just as strong and clean as normal).

Cannabis, also known as ganja, grows wild throughout Northern India, with particular prevalence along the foothills of the Himalayas. Although it is considered illegal in most parts of the world, certain forms of cannabis, most notably bhang, a cannabis and milk mixture, are sold in government-sanctioned shops with great popularity.

The Cultural Significance of Charas

Another popular form of cannabis, known as “charas,” plays an important cultural role in India. In the Hindu religion, the god Shiva is known for his love of cannabis, and cannabis is widely used during the Hindu festival of Holi. Shaivs, a sect of Hinduism devoted to worship of the Lord Shiva, smoke charas freely as part of their religious practice.

In modern practice, young professionals and sadhus, or religious ascetics, continue to use charas regularly, usually by smoking it out of a small clay pipe called a chillum. Before lighting the pipe, they will often chant the many names of Shiva. The Shiva sahasranama is a “list of a thousand names” exalting Shiva in his many forms.

Unlike the edible cannabis-based drink bhang, charas is a hand-rolled form of hashish that is smoked rather than ingested in a drink.

One of the similarities between the two most popular forms of cannabis available in India is that they both require freshly harvested cannabis vs. cannabis that has been dried and cured, as is the standard in Western culture.

Charas is similar to hash in that they are both concentrated forms of cannabis, but hash is generally created with dead, dried cannabis flowers, while charas is created using fresh cannabis buds a few weeks from full maturity.

The cannabis acquired to create charas is usually sourced from Northern India, typically in the Parvati Valley, Malana, and Kashmir regions, where ganja plants grow wild in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains.

From the Parvati Valley, a local hashish known as Malana Cream is known for its high THC content and requires at least twice as much time to create the same amount. Malana Cream commands a high price in India, not only for its potency, but also due to the inaccessibility of Malana cannabis. Malana is in the Himachal Pradesh region, which is known for its abundance of cannabis. However, due to the area’s lack of access roads, cannabis must be gathered and transported by hand or mule, making it a prominent cash crop.

Another well-known charas is Kerala Gold, also known as Idukki Gold or “Neelachadayan,” famed for its high-potency content. Idukki Gold became famous after a 2013 Indian film of the same name, which follows five friends who set out on a journey to find Idukki Gold, the first strain of cannabis the friends tried in their youth.

In reality, Idukki Gold is no longer as prevalent as it once was in Kerala region. Crops were burned in police raids, and what cannabis was left has been crossbred with local plants to create a new strain, “Sheelavathi,” which is more suited to grow in the region’s climate.

The local strain may be sold as Idukki Gold, but the quality is inferior and yields low-potency cannabis containing about eight percent THC.

How to Make Your Own Charas

To make your own charas, the process is quite simple, albeit a bit messy:

  • From a cannabis plant that is 2-3 weeks from full maturity, pick a handful of cannabis flowers
  • Trim the excess leaves from the cannabis buds, but leave a portion of the stem
  • Slowly begin to rub the buds between your palms.
  • As the flower releases oils and THC, gradually increase your hand motions
  • Use your thumb to press the oils against your palm
  • The plant material will secrete a black, tar-like substance
  • Continue rolling the charas ball until it stops secreting oils

The highest quality charas requires much patient and slow, careful hand movements. The faster you rub the charas between your hands, the more resin will be lost in the process. During hand-harvesting, one might easily make 8-9 grams of charas in a day, but if you want the highest quality charas, it’s necessary to go much slower.

The process is sticky and resinous, and your hands will likely become blackened with resin. If you’re hoping to avoid sticky hands, you might consider wearing latex gloves, or you can easily clean the mess off your hands with heavy-duty dish soap.

Once you have formed a ball of charas concentrate, it can be either placed in a pipe or chillum to be smoked, or it can be mixed with tobacco and rolled into a spliff, another popular form of cannabis consumption in India.

Have you ever tried charas concentrate? Would you consider making charas from your own cannabis plants?

From budder and shatter to bubble hash and honey oil, there are many different types of cannabis concentrate. Yet another type of concentrate is charas, the Hindustani word for hash. In this article, we’ll journey to India to trace the origins of charas and share what you need to know to make charas.

What is charas?

Charas is a type of handmade cannabis concentrate often confused with hash. However, there is one key difference between charas and ordinary hash: charas is made from a live cannabis plant, whereas hash is made from dead, dried cannabis plant material. Like all cannabis concentrates, charas is made from the resin of the plant.

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Charas is made from a live cannabis plant, whereas hash is made from dead, dried cannabis plant material.

The concentrate is popular in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Nepal, but is most often associated with India, where it has been used for religious and medicinal purposes for thousands of years.

The Parvati Valley in Northern India is a prime spot for the production of charas. Situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh, the Parvati Valley is also famous as the place where the popular Kush strains originated.

Is charas legal in India?

Though Indian charas has a ritualistic history in Hinduism — legend has it that the lord Shiva would retreat to the mountains to savor a smoke — the production of charas is illegal in India.

Despite the prohibition, many people in India continue to make and enjoy the cannabis concentrate. In fact, charas is an important cash crop for many communities in the Himalayan region of Northern India.

What does charas smell like?

Some users describe charas as having an earthy scent mingled with smoky overtones. Notes of fire and ash may also be detectable in the charas scent profile, which resembles that of other cannabis concentrates. While some may find the aroma pleasing, others prefer sweeter scents without the musky and skunky elements.

Can you eat charas?

Though charas may appear edible, it is not a good idea to consume this cannabis concentrate. Smoking is the recommended way to enjoy charas, as the potent THC cannabinoids will activate during the heating and vaporizing process.

How can you make charas?

You can learn how to make charas — if, that is, you are willing to get your hands dirty. Here’s what you’ll need:

Live cannabis plants: Find plants that are about two or three weeks from maturity and pluck the fresh cannabis flowers. Alternatively, you may leave the buds attached to the plants and work with them that way.

Plastic container: The container will provide storage for the resin that the cannabis plants yield.

Chillum: Hindu monks have used this pipe-like device for centuries. Typically made of clay, a chillum has a conical shape with a spherical hole at one end to hold the charas. If you can’t track down a clay chillum, a glass pipe is a good alternative.

Wet cloth: A wet cloth, known as a safi in Urdu, will cup the mouthpiece of the chillum, so your lips never directly touch the apparatus.

Some maintain that the cloth provides for a smoother smoking experience that may be slightly easier on the lungs than a direct hit. In fact, the Urdu word safi translates as “filter” in English, indicating that one purpose of the accessory is to shield the lungs.

Instructions for making charas

Rub the cannabis buds vigorously back and forth between your palms. Keep rubbing the plant until it stops producing oil. At this point, your hands will be sticky with black resin.

Position your hands over the plastic container. Continue rubbing them together, creating steady friction, until the resin sticks together and falls off into the waiting container. Use your hands to work the resin into a small charas ball.

Place the ball into the spherical hole in the chillum. Place the wet cloth over the mouthpiece, light up, and get ready for a potentially powerful high.

Which is the best hash in the world?

While charas is distinct from hash, the best hash is reputed to come from the same region as its concentrate cousin. Many who have experienced the delicacy of malana cream will argue that it is the best hash in the world. Malana cream is an heirloom concentrate made in the remote reaches of the Parvati Valley.

Truly the cream of the crop in hash, malana cream is renowned for its purity, and it draws countless visitors seeking an intense psychoactive trip. But malana cream is not for amateurs, as the resin is reported to contain extraordinarily high levels of THC.

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While charas is distinct from hash, the best hash is reputed to come from the same region as its concentrate cousin.

Though malana cream is widely hailed as the queen of Indian hash, kerala gold and idukki gold are close contenders. Because of their superior reputations, malana cream, kerala gold, and idukki gold are the three most expensive forms of marijuana resin sold in India.

Bottom line

Sometimes referred to as the “black gold” of the Himalayas, charas is an essential part of the local agricultural economy and has deep roots in herbalism and religion.

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