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Moroccan Hash is a hash clone. It is legal worldwide, and it will be legal forever. It does NOT contain THC, synthetic cannabinoids, or other research chemicals (like JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-250, AM-2209, etc.). This is the best legal Hash on the market. We only use natural, food-quality materials. It has a pleasant taste, feels and smells like Hash, and looks like Hash. Hashish made from Moroccan Caramello Hash is identical to our other products but for color. Purchase a Moroccan Hash sample pack first if you are still getting to know our products.
Some of the best Hash in the world are well known to be produced in Morocco. Although its exact origin is unknown, it is generally accepted that the Arab invasions of the Maghreb during Moroccan hashish the 15th and 17th centuries were the cause of its cultivation. Initially, it was grown in gardens and orchards for local consumption. With black tobacco, hashish or kief is frequently smoked through a “Sebsi Pipe,” added to food, or utilized in Sufi rites.
The regulations on cannabis cultivation in Morocco are strict. However, production privileges were given to several Rif tribes until the 1950s, when King Mohammed V prohibited the plant across the nation.
Moroccan Hash Goes Global
Commercial production of hashish came about during the ’60s, and 70’s when Morocco became a hotbed for Western tourists who sought to enjoy the product. As the demand caught on, so did the production techniques, which allowed the demand to be met across the Mediterranean and Europe.
According to the UN, tens of thousands of people in the Rif region depend on cannabis growing for a living, making the nation one of the leading producers of hashish in the world. The effects of this kind of operation are still significant, though. While kief or hashish is sold locally for about $8 per kilo, several farmers claim that gendarmes have silenced them.
Big profits go to European buyers and smugglers selling the product for around €5-10 per gram or more in Europe. Today, smuggling can be a bit less risky because of the decriminalization of cannabis in neighboring countries such as Spain and Portugal.
Decriminalization In Morocco?
Decriminalization has been a long-term goal in Morocco for several reasons. Some lawmakers are aware of the plant’s economic advantages. Health officials are also curious about using it as a commercial medicine. However, many farmers continue to be dubious Moroccan Resin Hash about such a plan. They do so out of concern that a state agency will steal their harvest. Production of the renowned hashish would no longer be possible as processing factories would be built. The farmers would so make less money than they do now.
On the other hand, cannabis could be a driver for the economy. They are offering up new jobs to the public and allowing for regulation. Moreover, it would mean people could access much-needed medicine and resources.
No matter what happens with the legislation, cannabis harvests will continue to entice farmers in the Rif Mountains. The region experiences severe droughts, which kill most crops but support the growth of the cannabis plant.