Yo, what’s good, my fellow cannabis enthusiasts? If you’re hip to the game, then you already know about the legendary moon rocks. These bad boys are the ultimate in luxury and potency, and they’re taking the cannabis scene by storm. If you haven’t tried them yet, you’re missing out on a high that’s truly out of this world.
So, what exactly are moon rocks, you ask? Well, they’re these amazing buds that are coated in hash oil and rolled in kief. The result is a crystal-coated nug that will blast you off to cloud 9 in just a few seconds. And let me tell you, these things are potent. Some moon rocks can have THC levels of 50% or higher, which is way higher than your typical flower.
Now, I know some of y’all might be wondering how to make your own moon rocks. It’s actually pretty simple if you have the right ingredients and tools. First off, you’ll need some high-quality cannabis flower, preferably a Sativa, Indica, or hybrid blend, depending on your desired experience. Next, you’ll need some thick and dense THC oil to coat your buds with. Finally, you’ll need some kief to roll your buds in.
Once you’ve got all your ingredients together, it’s time to get to work. First, gently place your preferred cannabis flowers in a bowl. Then, apply the THC oil all over the bud using a dropper or small brush. Finally, cover the bud entirely with kief using tweezers or tongs.
Let your moon rocks dry thoroughly before breaking them apart to unveil your masterpiece. Now comes the fun part – smoking them. But beware, moon rocks can be tricky to smoke since they’re so sticky and dense. Avoid using a grinder as it may clog up your device and ruin your product. Instead, use scissors or another cutting tool to break them apart.
Pipes and bongs are ideal smoking tools for moon rocks since they can handle their potency. You can also roll them into a joint if done correctly. However, they may not burn evenly due to their sticky extracts.
If DIY isn’t your thing, don’t worry. Pre-made moon rocks are available at various dispensaries nationwide at a premium price due to their luxurious nature.
Now that we’ve covered the basics of moon rocks let’s get into the difference between sun rocks and moon rocks. Sun rocks are similar to moon rocks in that they’re buds coated with oil and rolled in kief. However, instead of hash oil, they’re coated with high-potency THC crystals that make them even more potent than moon rocks.
So there you have it – everything you need to know about moon rocks and even a little something extra about sun rocks. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different combinations of flower, concentrate, and kief until you find your perfect blend. But remember – these things are potent as hell, so consume responsibly and enjoy the ride!