Buy Weed Online: Moon Rocks
Moon rocks are nugs of cannabis flower dipped in extracts and rolled in kief. They are typically high in THC, averaging more than 50%, and valued foremost for their potency. They are also frequently referred to as “cannabis caviar,” although this title is technically reserved for nugs dipped in extracts, without the added layer of kief.
What Are Moon Rocks?
Moon rocks (also spelled Moonrocks) are aptly named products in today’s cannabis marketplace, as it is an accurate representation of their effects. Thanks to its signature combination of flower, extracts, and kief for a final dusting of THC-laden trichomes, moon rocks tend to give users to a decidedly “lunar” experience.
Moon rocks are often called “cannabis caviar.” The two terms, though frequently interchangeable, did originally designate two distinct products. “Cannabis caviar” may also refer to nugs covered in cannabis oil. In other words, cannabis caviar must be covered in kief to be considered a “moon rock.” So if you’re looking to buy some at a dispensary and you hear your budtender talking about “caviar,” it’s always best to double-check and make sure you’re getting kief-covered moon rock.
Though moon rocks are a relatively new cannabis product, a wealth of variations are already out in the market. Canna-brands continue to engineer their own variations with a myriad of combinations of cultivars and concentrates.
How Do You Smoke Them?
Smoking moon rocks isn’t necessarily complicated, but it does require some extra care and attention to detail. Here are some key dos to keep in mind when it. Use scissors to break them up in small pieces. Use glass — lightly pack a bowl into a pipe or a water piece to ensure you lose as little kief as possible.
Use hemp wick to light up. Its consistency and dense layering makes it necessary to hold a flame to your bowl for longer than you would with dry flower. Using hemp wick will save you from potentially tasting all of that butane from a lighter.
What Not To Do With Them
Don’t try to roll moon rock into a joint or blunt; are simply too sticky to be rollable. Don’t throw them in your grinder. It will completely gunk up your grinder and likely remove most of the kief coating. Don’t pack a bowl too tightly. You’ll waste more kief and the bowl will be very difficult to light.