This smoking experience doesn’t require solvents or expensive equipment. It just takes some patience.

Last week we looked at the most basic forms of cannabis concentrates, like cannabutter and tinctures.

This week we’ll take a look at kief, hash, and dry sift—some of the very easiest concentrates to make, because all you need is weed, just a couple tools, and time.

The important element behind these three techniques is the way the trichomes—the tiny hairs covering the plant—are harvested, so starting with plant material with beautiful trichomes is key.

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Meagan Angus ~ SeattleWeekly.com ~

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