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Thread: Champagne dry sift ( aka bchp) macro's

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    Default Champagne dry sift ( aka bchp) macro's

    Well here is another one of those dry sifts that was gifted to me. Made by a master sifter indeed. He's got the technique down for cleaning his resin.
    Making the hash at least 90 to 95% Gland heads.
    In one of the melt of shots you can actualy see the capitate stalks Not melting with all the heads melted into an oil around them>
    Unreal really this is the best photo i have taken to date that shows how the heads melt and the stem's ie capitate stalks, DO NOT.


    strain is Champagne, fullmelt dry sift..
























    Here is the photo i was talking about where you can clearly see the capitate stalks not melting mixed in with all the melted heads.
    This is why we clean our dry sift...



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    Bubble man

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    hmm kinda looks like maggots.

    hows the smell and flavour?

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    yeah i thought the same thing tf,
    the smell and taste are the quintessential hashplant flavour you have come to know and love over the years here in vancouver.
    Spicy, yet musky.
    a REAL ringer each time you hit it.
    Same one green supreme grew some years back.


    Bubble man

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    wow! awesome pics bubble man
    always raising the bar. these are some of my favs!

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    damn BMAN.............that CHAMPAGNE'BUBBLE looks EXCELLENT.......gotta love the melty'shots.....
    Wind,Water,Fire,Earth

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    Update for ya guys. I took a few more shots of this dry sift melting away but the capitate stalks not meltling>
    I kept shooting and smoking, and found that even down to the ash the capitate stalks held their form.



    enjoy














    Check out this last one, i flipped the screen and you could see tiny little clear domes poking their way thru. siiiiiick




    Bubble man

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    thats whats beautiful about this site....those pics finally show everyone what people mean by contaminents....anything but the trichome head is a contaminent...even the stalk

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    Hurray! for full size pics. that is so crazy that you can see the difference after it has been burnt

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    Default Nice Pics

    Nice Photos Bman,

    Crazy looking dry sifted hash.

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    those are some really cool photos, never knew that about the capitate stalks, great info again bubbleman!

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