Mazar hashish is made from an indica-rich Mazar-i-Sharif strain, found in areas in the far North of Afghanistan such as the desert towns of Balkh, Sheberghan and Mazar-i-Sharif. These renowned kush-producing regions, neighbouring the modern borders of Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are home to gold seal Afghan hash.
Afghan hash enthusiasts have named this nice hash the “Milk of Mazar,” also called “Shirak-i-Mazar.” With the right environmental conditions, vigorous giants emerge out of the land in these regions, leading to the production of an immense yield of some of the best hash in Afghanistan. The cold winter in the far North of Afghanistan is an ideal time for hashish producers to harvest the plants, as the Mazar-i-Sharif strain responds well to the cold weather, developing resinous flowers and a sweet aroma. The resinous flowers make it easier for growers to tightly press the hashish by hand with an addition of water or tea, leading to a gummy, elastic consistency, which is a key sign of a nice hash. Customer reviews report a great taste, and a relaxing, mellow high. First-time Mazar hashish users often underestimate the effects of the high level of THC in this product.
Customer ratings reveal that it can take a few minutes before experiencing a good high from this strain, meaning smokers should be careful before deciding to crumble a second dose of this legendary hashish into a joint. Customer reviews report that the “Milk of Mazar” produces a good high and relaxing effect from its indica dominance, however overuse can result in mind-warping, narcotic effects. Shirak-i-Mazar is the real deal, and users are always advised to seek additional information before immobilizing themselves through over-indulgence of a new kush product.
Whether you are after a mellow high, or an intense, mind-warping experience, Afghan Mazar Sharif hash is undoubtedly some of the best hash to come out of Afghanistan.