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Kief – Huckleberry – Hybrid also known as “Ackleberry,” is a sativa dominant hybrid strain with 19% THC content which does not seem to be much at first. Even though little is known about the strain’s origins. What’s known is Huckleberry was created crossing two heavy hitting sativa strains. The buds are beautiful, dense, sticky, and have good trichome coverage. Its tiny hairs amidst the greens, thus gives it a distant look. The taste and smell are no different, but one thing is for certain: it is mouthwatering to say the least. The hybrid’s aroma and taste have a sweet aftertaste that lingers in your mouth for quite some time.
What is Kief?
To begin, kief refers to the trichomes of cannabis that may accumulate in grinders. Kief contains a higher concentration of cannabinoids. Traditionally, kief has been pressed into hashish for convenience in storage. After the kief is collected, it is heated and pressurized which turns into hashish. Lastly, it can also be vaporized or smoked.
Kief is usually darker than trichomes, ranging from gold to brown. It’s a powdery substance that is somewhat sticky, though less so than trichomes on a bud.
How to Use Kief
Now that you have a pile of kief, what to do with it?
First, potency can increase with a dusting of kief on top of your bowl. Corner your hits to get the most, which entails burning a quadrant of the bowl at a time. We want to point out that kief burns very quickly. As a result, we recommend spacing it over the outer lining of your bowl to ensure it burns longer. Otherwise, you’ll end up wasting it.
Next, pepper your cannabis with a pinch of kief. The extra trichomes should stick to the ground leaves, adding potency to your joint.
For a more advanced experience, dampen the outside of your joint with a lick. Then, roll the top 1/3 of the joint in kief. This kief-coated joint is often call a “twaxed” joint.
Also, Cannabutter has many uses, and you can add kief to it to boost potency. Remember to mix the kief in with the flower when you decarboxylate it.
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