From the foot of the Rif Mountains in Morocco comes this historically known recipe, namely from Issaguen, more commonly known as Ketama, a small town with a population of just over 1500. The place is known for the fact that you can hear the sound of hash screens everywhere.
Herba di Berna’s legal CBD hash Ketama is very close to the original. The slightly fruity sweet note is typical for Ketama. The Ketama hash is not organically grown.
The production of hash in Morocco is carried out by sieving dried plant material at a defined mesh size, with the help of which the trichomes (those plant components that contain the most resin and cannabinoids) are separated from the remaining plant parts and then pressed into plates.
Storage: We recommend storing the hash in a cool and dry place, protected from light if possible, to maintain the high quality and maximize the shelf life of the product.
Trichomes sieved and pressed from dried plant material. Slightly fruity-sweet note.
Store the hash in a cool, dry place away from light.