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Ice hash is a reasonably versatile concentrate. There are several different ways to use ice hash, though some are generally preferred over others. Various methods of use may also suit different needs. Some users may choose a sprinkle of ice hash over their bowl for an extra potency boost, while others may prefer to dab with ice hash for the full effect.
How to make ice hash
Ice hash is one of the most potent, powerful concentrate you can make without solvents. The needed materials are minimal; a set of at least 5 bubble bags (silkscreen bags or filters of varying micron sizes), a bucket, fresh frozen or cured flower, and a large spoon or stirring tool. The ice hash-making process can be divided into the following steps:
Line the bucket: The first step is to line the bucket with your micron filters or bubble bags. Start with your smallest micron filter and line with the rest of the bags in ascending size order, so your most enormous micron-sized suitcase is on top.
Fill the bucket:
Fill the bucket with a layer of ice.
Follow this pattern to the top of the bucket.
It’s usually recommended to fill your bucket with as much ice as possible. The colder your mixture, the more likely trichome heads are to freeze and break off. It’s also best practice to make sure the top layer is ice and not flower. Once all layers of ice and flower are in the bucket, fill it with water, preferably just high enough that you can still stir without spilling over.
Stir the bucket:
Allow the water to sit and chill, then gently stir your mix for a few minutes. The time and force used to agitate while vary depending on your starting material. Once the ice starts to melt, you can also gently increase your stirring speed. Add ice periodically to keep the water cold. The ideal ice-to-water ratio throughout your stir is about 1:1.
Strain and repeat:
As you repeat the strain through successive loads, observe the traits of what’s left on the screen. Depending on your needs, various micron filters offer different melt levels. Bubble bags between 73 and 90 microns are assumed to provide the finest resin. To collect the remaining concentrate, turn each bag inside out after draining.
Dry your hash:
The final step is to press all excess moisture out of your soup. Drying is arguably the most critical factor in ensuring the quality of your final product. Gently press the excess water out of your ice hash and then use a butter knife, or razor blade, to break it down into small pieces. If you do not have access to a freeze dryer, the smaller pieces will make it easier for the hash to dry out. Spread the small details of ice hash over a piece of parchment paper and place them in a cool and dry environment. Some hash makers choose to place the hash in the freezer and, once frozen, use a Microplane zester to break the hash into shorter pieces to ensure the quick removal of all moisture.
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