A great cure for moon rocks, but if life throws you a Mercurial retrograde, you’ll need a megadose of the interstellar variety. Moonrocks is a super-powerful and very inexpensive way to achieve out-of-this-world grandeur, evoking memories of days gone by when full legalization, dosage restrictions, child proof packaging, and astronomical taxes were still fresh ideas.
Moon rocks, which are nuggets encased in a sticky extract and then rolled in kief, may seem odd within the raucous current mood of cannabis culture. In today’s mindfulness and health-conscious world, moonrocks triumph as a throwback to yesteryear, reminding you that getting too high to function is still possible.
What exactly are moon rocks, and why would you want to eat them? And of course, how do you smoke them? You don’t have to be concerned. Weedmaps News is here to moonwalk you through the process, from countdown to blastoff.
What Are Moon Rocks?
Moon rocks are a type of cannabis that should not be overlooked by anyone. They’re for enthusiasts looking for a way to enhance their smoking experience. Unless you consume concentrated marijuana on a frequent basis, attempting some moon rocks will undoubtedly be an adventure. If you’re going to try them for the first time, prepare food and snacks as well as good vibes.
The moon rock, which was popularized by Kurupt and Dr. Zodiak in the early 1990s, is a type of hashish created from basalt concretions found on the moon’s surface. The original moon rocks are now known as Dr. Zodiak’s Moonrock. It’s worth noting that not all moonrocks are made equal. Dr. Zodiak’s Moonrock is well-known for winning High Times Cannabis Cup awards, but another moonrock may be of significantly better quality.
The materials used to create your moon rocks will determine their quality and strength. Some shady vendors may well bury their worst nugs and low-quality oil in kief. If you don’t live near any established manufacturers of moon rocks, it’s a good idea to learn how to produce your own.
Why smoke moon rocks?
Moon rocks, also known as hash rocks or moon dust, are small pebbles found on the lunar surface. They’re sprinkled with a bit of magic powder derived from the soil and brought back to Earth by astronauts during the Apollo missions in order to grow marijuana plants inside space capsules. Stoners sometimes utilize them as a “stoner hack.” These coated buds are all about value for money, typically weighing at least 50% THC and costing up to $30 per gram. You’ve come to the correct spot if you just want to get really high without spending potentially hundreds of dollars on flower, concentrate, and kief separately.
A microdose would be an appetizer, a fire pre-roll would be an entree, and moon rocks would be a McDonald’s hot fudge sundae you pick up on the way home if cannabis consumption were limited to tiny doses: not always the most elegant product, but it gets the job done.
Moon rocks are well-known for a variety of causes, not the least of which is that they may assist you in achieving heights previously unattainable. Moon rocks have a wide range of applications in medicine, particularly because many cannabis products were limited by law to a 10 mg maximum per dose. Patients using high doses of THC to combat their diseases choose moon rocks to help them manage their symptoms since edibles are restricted to 10 milligrams each dose under the law.
Kiefed moon rocks are nuggets of flower that have been coated in a sticky substance and then rolled in kief. It’s a kind of product that’s regarded as more powerful and inexpensive than concentrates.
- They’re the one-stop-shop for getting as high as humanly possible.
- Easy and cost-effective: purchasing the three ingredients separately will set you back way more than buying a simple gram of moon rocks.
- Great for medicinal patients who require high THC dosage.
- Always a fun party favor and/or conversation piece.
- They get you as high as humanly possible, which, in my experience, is not necessarily always great.
- You can only use glass to smoke moon rocks. Don’t roll them in a joint or blunt, and don’t put them in a grinder. It will make an incredible mess. Either put a small piece on a bowl of flower, or use a small piece as a standalone bowl.
- You can’t let moon rocks get too hot by leaving them in the sun or your car on a hot day. When they get too hot they can become a melty, gummy, sticky, mushy nightmare, never returning to their former planetary glory.
How to smoke moonrocks
Because a tiny chip has such a large amount of THC, moon rocks are frequently linked to the term “stoner hack.” A piece of moon rock may be utilized in combination with a flower to give marijuana users something extra.
What you’ll need:
- 1 gram of moon rocks
- 1 gram of flower
- 1 blade or straight razor
- 1 glass piece (pipe, bubbler, bong)
- 1 lighter
- 1 rolling tray
Place the moon rock nug on a rolling tray. Using your knife, cut the nug into four or five pieces.
Take your glass component and fill it with a normal flower bowl.
Place a Moonrock chip on the existing flower bowl.
Begin by slowly burning the top of the moon rock until it sizzles and starts to melt into the blossom below. If it catches fire, extinguish it with a breath of air.
Do not touch the moon rock. It will stick to you and burn you. Trust me, it sucks.
Inhale as you slowly apply low heat to the bowl, allowing it to become cherry-sweetened. You will regret it if you ever touch the sticky little devil during this procedure.
A huge cloud of vapor should be exhaled. It’s entirely optional to cough uncontrollably.
You might continue to orbit the living room, alternating between touch with the refrigerator, television, and sofa for the time being. Repeat if you’re brave enough after a successful reentry into Earth’s atmosphere.