You may already be familiar with the name black Afghan from the classic hashish, as it is also the variety of a THC-containing intoxicant. The exterior can be described as glossy black and the interior contains a deep brown tone. In our case, of course, it is a legal product with a THC value of less than 0.2%.
A counterpart to this is red Lebanese, also a hash variety. The colour on the outside and inside usually allows you to determine the origin quite quickly. If you always wanted to know how this hash is produced or if you want to cover your processing needs in our CBD shop, we welcome you and have some more valuable information for you.
Black Afghan at a glance
Black Afghan actually originated in Afghanistan, where around 60 percent of hashish varieties are grown and produced. Its colour comes from the use of black resin, which according to tradition also comes mainly from Afghanistan.
The hash available in our CBD shop has a THC content of less than 0.2 percent and is therefore not classified as a drug like marijuana. However, in terms of its texture, the product consisting of hemp and flowers is reminiscent of the original, which is extracted from the cannabis plant.
What is Black Afghan?
Black Afghan is an oil-based CBD product that belongs to the most popular hash varieties. It is made from cannabis plants that are grown in the EU and have a THC content of less than 0.2 percent. The pleasant aroma is very close to the classic resin smell of natural plants.
Properties of Black Afghan
Black Afghan made from CBD hashish initially has the same properties as traditional CBD. Unlike cannabis, no intoxicating effect is to be expected from a CBD product, as the THC content must be below 0.2% according to EU regulations.
Slow production makes it possible to preserve as much flavour as possible while ensuring that the CBD content hovers around 30 percent. This amount is significantly higher than the classic CBD products, which in turn explains the popularity of this hashish variety.
It can be used to make various products that can be used legally in everyday life.
Why is Black Afghan so black?
Black Afghan gets its black colour from the dark resin that is extracted from the plant during processing. It is often sold in blocks, in which case the outside looks very black, but the inside is a rather dark brown.
What aroma does Black Afghan have?
Basically, the aroma of Black Afghan is stronger than that of any other CBD product. However, one piece contains a CBD content of around 30% and thus a smaller amount is required for use. The aroma can be described as spicy with a slight sweet undertone.
How is Black Afghan made?
The hashish is obtained from the plant parts of the female cannabis plant. The fruit stalks are beaten out, then sieve devices are used to extract the fine powder. A pollen shaker makes the work easier, as it allows the resin glands to be tapped out more quickly.
After the base, the hash powder, has been extracted, it is kneaded by hand in the desired amount and then shaped into the desired form. The CBD pollinate is usually sold as a ball, but it is also sold in slabs if the demand is high.
Does Black Afghan get you high?
As CBD pollinate does not make hashish high, because it contains less than 0.2 percent THC. Unlike cannabis or weed, it is therefore not to be declared as an intoxicant. Since we only use legal THC levels in our pollinate, this kind of intoxication does not matter anyway.
What is the use of Black Afghan?
In its country of origin and in many other cultures around the world, this type of hashish is highly valued. The quality is the most fundamental characteristic of how widespread the pleasure is.
This starts with the choice of the right flowers, because hemp comes in different varieties and of different quality. If the leaves of the plants are already not convincing when growing, the hash will be less aromatic in the end.
Classic black Afghan is processed pure in legal regions. For this, the used parts of the flowers are heated in press form and then crumbled. The resulting crumbly hashish is then heated and the aroma enjoyed.
Our pollinate is easy to process and crumble finely so that you can really enjoy the CBD aroma.
What is Green Afghani?
The classic green variety of Afghani is actually a misnomer, as the original naming was green Turk. Because a large amount of plant parts were crushed to make it, the hashish had a very strong green colour.
As there is a strong resemblance to the red Lebanese, the green variety was pushed out of the market at some point. It had its peak season in the 1980s.
Is Black Afghan legal?
CBD pollinate is legal in Germany and most parts of Europe, as the THC content is below 0.2 percent and thus within the limits prescribed by the EU.
Is there a risk of addiction with Black Afghan?
As already stated by the WHO, CBD products have no addiction potential.
How much does a gram of Black Afghan cost?
One gram of Black Afghan is available from 2.40€.
The photo shown here is only an example and can vary greatly from the original product. The CBD and THC content can also vary and differs depending on the batch. Our flowers are free of pesticides and herbicides. They are listed in the European Union’s catalogue of varieties and are therefore approved for legal hemp cultivation in the EU. The THC content is below 0.2%, so the goods may be shipped to other Austrian countries.
The products are not suitable for consumption, as they are exclusively aroma products. The correct use of our flowers / extracts can be found under the following link: HOW TO USE – CBDdiscounter
All products are sold exclusively as flavourings.