(3 customer reviews)

Import – Honda Z


1 Gram | $20
3.5 Grams | $60
7 Grams | $110
14 Grams | $200
28 Grams | $390

SKU: **C5-AL-S750Z1 Category: Tag: Shipping from: British Columbia Brand:


Hashish is produced practically everywhere in and around Afghanistan. The best kinds of Hash originates from the Northern provinces between Hindu Kush and the Russian border (Balkh, Mazar-i-Sharif). Honda Z is known as a high quality producer.

The plants which are used for Hash production are very small and bushy indicas. In Afghanistan Hashish is pressed by hand after the addition of a small quantity of tea or water. The Hashish is worked on until it becomes highly elastic and has a strong aromatic smell. In Afghanistan the product is stored in the form of Hash-Balls (because a round ball has the least contact with air), however, before being shipped, the Hash is pressed in 1000g slabs. Good qualities of Afghani are signed with the stem of the producing family. This was branded by Diamond.

Dense but malleable. An amount the size of a match head produces about 3-4 good-sized tokes. The resulting high is like a warm blanket overwhelming the senses. Overall, Honda Z Afghani Hash is sedative and calming.

3 reviews for Import – Honda Z

  1. Zemr (verified owner)

    I purchased a few different of the budmail hash selections as they were similarly rated and this one was one of my favourites for flavor and texture, I was able to roll this variety into nice thin snakes for adding to joints. I found the high to be quite potent 8/10!

  2. EDedNeddie (verified owner)

    Very similar to the toyota, but with a better and more even consistency. A little bit drier and less oily than the domestic hashes but still has a good taste and hit.

  3. Misfit Malice (verified owner)

    Excellent hash! Not too potent (I hate when the buzz is too high), perfect soft texture to smoke in a pipe. Good spicy taste, relaxing buzz, perfect to watch tv, drawing, chilling, etc. Similar to the house afghan, a little different in taste. Like in the 80’s!

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