Summary: Today with this article, I will tell you each and everything that you want to know about Malana Cream. This guide will give you a detailed idea on Malana and its famous cream. I will also tell you how to identify this cream and also its pros and cons. So keep reading.
Malana Cream and Kerala Gold are the two quality names among an Indian stoner or a hash hunter. While the latter is hard to find but the former one is easily available in one of the beautiful Himachali villages name ‘Malana’.
Malana or also known as one of the mysterious villages In India is home to one of the most popular ‘Charas’ grown in India i.e. The “Malana Cream”.
Do you know, this Charas / Hashish is also very popular in Amsterdam cannabis menus. The quality of this Hashish is so pure that even in Delhi and other parts of India, Hashish dealers claim their stuff as Malana stuff to get a higher price.
Cannabis is kind of a religion for Malana locals. Unlike other Himachali villages where the villagers grow vegetables, Malana only grows one plant i.e. the famous Malana Cannabis. You can see small cannabis plants everywhere. Plus the village is also known for its large stretch of cannabis fields grown near the village. So the livelihood of these villagers basically depends on the cannabis farming and the money they get after selling their stuff.
A few years back, no one knew about this small little hamlet in Himachal. But with the emergence of media and also due to this Malana cream, the village has become a popular tourist destination among stoners all around the globe.
However, you may also read this article: The stoner’s guide to weed in India
If planning for Kasol, you may read this article as well: Kasol Trip: Here’s What You Should Know Before Going There
Important Facts On Malana Cannabis / Cream
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THC stands for Tetrahydrocannabinol and is the primary ingredient in Cannabis or Marijuana which produces euphoric effects if taken orally or smoked. The THC content basically administers the quality of the cream and how high will you get after injecting it in your system. According to studies, it was found that Malana cream has a THC content of 30 – 40% which is comparatively very high. As a normal Marijuana has a THC content of only 05 – 08%.
Apart from THC content, Malana Marijuana is also known for its good oil content. The quality of a cannabis is also decided on the percentage of the oil the stuff has. And it is said that this charas has one of the highest oil content among all other stuffs, making it in the menu list of many Amsterdam Cannabis Cafes.
Marijuana is known to make people high and that is the reason a lot of stoners and hash lovers visit Malana and Kasol to get the taste of this famous Hashish. But there is a small difference between normal hashish and a Malana charas.
The normal cream will make you lazy and dumb. After smoking the regular joints you will just find a corner, sit there and do nothing. Whereas with Malana Hashish, you become more happy and energetic. You will be able to do your work and anything that you want.
Rate Chart Of Malana Cream:
Yes, there is a rate chart or price chart for Malana charas too. The rates are just an idea and not the actual rates as different dealers charge different rates.
In Malana: $16
In Delhi: $40
In Goa: $70
In Amsterdam: $250
Now the biggest question that almost everyone asks me is
How To Identify Malana Cream
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There are certain traits with which you can easily figure out whether it is a normal hashish or from Malana
The color of this cream is dark and one of the darkest hashish throughout the globe. So before paying any money, do keep an eye on the color of the Marijuana they are selling.
The Malana Marijuana has a peppermint kind of smell with a mix of burned wood.
As the smell suggests, you will find a bit minty taste in it.
So here is my article on the famous Malana cream. Hope now you have a good idea on this famous hashish.
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