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Botanical name: Cannabis sativa or Cannabis indica
Other common or street names: boom, gangster, hash, hemp. Marijuana concentrates are often referred to as 710, wax, ear wax, honey oil, budder, butane hash oil, butane honey oil (BHO), shatter, dabs (dabbing), black glass, and errl. Note: Street names change often and may vary regionally across the US.
What is hashish (hash)?
- Hashish, often called hash, is a potent form of cannabis (marijuana) produced by collecting and compressing trichomes, the most potent material from cannabis plants. Marijuana is a green, brown or gray mixture of dried, shredded leaves, stems, seeds and flowers of the plant Cannabis sativa.
- Trichomes are the fine growths on cannabis plants that produce a brown or or orange sticky resin. The resin is high in THC.
- Hashish is often dried and pressed into small blocks or made into an oil. It may also be added to food and eaten.
Cannabis essentially contains the same active ingredients found in marijuana, just in a higher concentration of THC. Sinsemilla, hash, and hash oil are stronger forms of cannabis. These products are concentrates or extracts of THC. It is a dark brown waxy substance that can also be turned into oil
The active substance in cannabis that causes the “high” like marijuana, is THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) Similar to marijuana use, marijuana users may experience highs of euphoria, relaxation, and enhanced sensory perception (such as brighter colors) Elevated mood, altered perception of time, and increased appetite may occur For novice users who have not been exposed to high concentrations of THC, the effects can also be unpleasant or cause paranoia or panic.
How is Hashish used?
- hemp oil
- Wax or robot: a soft and solid shape
- Debris: hard resinous substance
What are the health effects of Hashish use?
Short-term effects of marijuana use include memory and learning problems; distorted perception (sight, hearing, time, touch); thinking and problem-solving problems; loss of coordination; increased heart rate, anxiety and panic attacks The effects may be more intense due to the high levels of THC found in marijuana and other concentrates
The THC contained in cannabis is strongly absorbed by the fatty tissues of various organs Typically, traces of THC can be detected by standard urine testing methods after a few days of smoking. In long-term heavy users, traces are sometimes detectable weeks after stopping the use of marijuana or its concentrates The THC in cannabis is several times stronger than the THC levels found in standard cannabis.
The amount of THC found in marijuana has skyrocketed over the past two decades The percentage of THC in marijuana has increased from around 4% in 1998 to over 15.5% in 2018, according to samples tested by the DEA.
The long-term effects of using cannabis or cannabis concentrates are not fully understood; however, the long-term use of the cannabis plant has been studied
- Psychological effects can include paranoia, anxiety, panic attacks and hallucinations
- Heart rate and blood pressure may change.
- People who inhale THC products often experience the same respiratory problems as smokers These people may have a daily cough and phlegm, symptoms of chronic bronchitis, and more frequent chest colds They are prone to lung infections such as pneumonia Marijuana smoke can contain some of the same carcinogenic chemicals (toxins and tars) found in cigarette smoke.
- Cannabis and THC can affect memory, judgment and perception Learning and attention skills are impaired in heavy cannabis users.
Studies have shown that smoking marijuana from an early age can affect brain development and IQ levels
Hashish effects on pregnancy
Any medicine can affect the health of the mother during pregnancy
- THC can cross the placenta and pass into breast milk, putting the unborn baby at risk
- Several studies have shown that babies born to mothers who smoked marijuana (THC) during pregnancy were smaller than those born to mothers who did not use marijuana. In general, smaller babies are more likely to have health problems
- Nursing mothers who use marijuana pass THC to their babies through breast milk According to research, mothers who smoke marijuana during the first month of breastfeeding can harm their baby’s motor development
- Due to the possible adverse effects of cannabis on the fetus, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends avoiding its use during pregnancy
Hashish addictive potential
- hard to fall asleep
- loss of appetite
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