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What is Hash?

Hashish consists of the THC-rich resinous material of the cannabis plant, which is collected, dried, and then compressed into a variety of forms, such as balls, cakes, or cookie-like sheets. Pieces are then broken off, placed in pipes and smoked. The Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan/Afghanistan are the main sources of hashish. The THC content of hashish that reaches the United States, where demand is limited, averaged 6 percent in the 1990s. Hash is sold in solid pieces ranging in color from light brown to black; in texture from dry to soft and crumbly. It can also be baked into cookies or cakes.

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Hash Facts

  1. Studies suggest that normal development of baby may be adversely affected by heavy use of marijuana by mother during pregnancy.
  2. The Middle East still today remains the primary source of hashish worldwide.

Short-Term Effects of Hash

  1. Muscular incoordination, slurred speech, nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea and reddening of the eyes.
  2. Concentration, short-term memory, driving ability, stability, balance, ability to process information and judgement are all markedly impaired.
  3. User feels calm, relaxed, talkative an giddy.
  4. Sensory perception seems enhanced, colors brighter, sounds more distinct.
  5. Appetite, reaction time, pulse rate and pupil size are increased.
  6. Sense of time and space distorted.
  7. Some users withdraw, or experience fearfulness, spontaneous laughter, anxiety, depression; users experience hallucinations, paranoia and panic reactions with larger doses and symptoms worsen in persons with psychiatric disorders, particularly schizophrenia.

Long-Term Effects of Hash

  1. Increased risk of cancers, of the oral cavity, pharynx, and esophagus.
  2. Respiratory system damaged by smoking.
  3. Disruption in menstrual cycle, decreased sperm count, possible congenital abnormalities are also some of the effects.
  4. Psychological effects include panic reactions, psychosis, amotivational syndrome, diminished drive, lessened ambition, decreased motivation.Impaired educational attainment and significant adjustment problems.

What is Hash Oil?

The term hash oil is used by illicit drug users and dealers but is a misnomer in suggesting any resemblance to hashish. Hash oil is produced by extracting the cannabinoids from plant material with a solvent. The color and odor of the resulting extract will vary, depending on the type of solvent used. Current samples of hash oil, a viscous liquid ranging from amber to dark brown in color, average about 15 percent THC. In terms of its psychoactive effect, a drop or two of this liquid on a cigarette is equal to a single "joint" of marijuana.

Index of Terms

TermDefinition
Hashish A drug made from the resin contained in the flowering tops of hemp, chewed or smoked for its intoxicating and euphoric effects.
Marijuana A green or gray mixture of dried, shredded flowers and leaves of the hemp plant Cannabis sativa.
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