Nepalese Temple Balls are a unique form of hashish. They were first introduced to western culture in the 60’s and 70’s. Many people would travel to Nepal just for a chance to try the famous Nepalese Temple Hashish Balls. Their cream-like form and mind bending potency truly make them one of a kind.
Nepalese Temple Balls Hashish is known for its sticky, resiny, color and texture, its sweet, tangy taste, and its narcotic, dream-inducing high. Temple Balls are now becoming a rare item. This is the type of hash that legends are made of. The shiny skin, the gooey texture and the fact that your fingers are sticky the moment you lay hands on it, are all the proof you need. When you light up, you’ll know. The high is intense but not sudden. Although it’s a strong hash, it’ll put you down nice and easy.
Typically, Nepalese temple ball hash tests above 30% THC. It’s not all about the THC content though… For some it is the pure resin, the surreal effects, and the sense of majestic clarity they bring.
Like other forms of hash, you can use Nepalese Temple Balls in multiple ways. You can smoke it in a joint, bong, or pipe. You can Vaporize it, dab it, and even eat it!
Full Case (20 Nepalese Temple Hashish Balls) purchase includes wooden case.
Unlike modern-day concentrates, Nepalese temple ball hash is made without the use of cutting-edge equipment. Instead, just two warm hands and a ceramic plate are the tools used to make these spherical beauties.The resin is rubbed from the cannabis flower, which forms a resinous paste, placed on a ceramic plate and rolled until they are perfect ball-shape forms, then polished. Making the infamous Nepalese Temple Ball.