Moon Rocks are a type of cannabis concentrate made from the residual oils of a cannabis flower. What makes them different from other concentrates is that they are not just the leftover oils, but instead are the oils that are collected after undergoing a process of fractional distillation. This distillation process allows for purer and more potent oils than what can be achieved with simple concentrates. This is the process that we used when making our Moon Rocks, and we are happy to say that our process is one of the best.

Moon rocks are a special type of cannabis concentrate with a high THC content and are usually very potent. While they can be mixed with a variety of other concentrates, moon rocks are usually smoke-able on their own, but they are not the easiest to find. And, while the cannabis industry has been around for a while, new processing techniques are continuously being introduced, which enable marijuana enthusiasts to vape or smoke a moon rock, with the help of a dab pen or other vaporizer.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you make the best moon rocks?

If you want to learn how to make the best moon rocks, you have come to the right place. We are going to take you through the step-by-step process to make moon rocks that are highly potent, delicious, and fairly simple to make. First, you need to begin with a quality weed product. We recommend using BHO if you have a quality BHO extraction process. Then, make sure you have some good cannabis extracts to use to put on top of the moon rocks. For this example, we are using butter extract. If you’re familiar with how to make regular cannabis edibles, you can follow the same rules to make moon rocks. First, you’ll want to make sure you have all the materials you need, like the following: cannabis oil, bud, butter, rolling papers and a grinder. Then you’ll want to make sure you’re in a comfortable space, preferably with a friend or two. For this recipe, you’ll need about two grams of cannabis flower and one gram of kief.

Can you make moon rocks with tincture?

This text is sensitive. Click edit and regenerate for new copy. Moon rocks, also known as “lunar rocks” are resin, or shatter, dipped in kief. They are a form of marijuana concentrate that is said to get its name from the method of making them, which is reminiscent of the way NASA astronauts collected moon rocks. Typically made with a solvent like alcohol, moon rocks are dipped in a bucket containing kief, the resin glands of the marijuana plant that are left behind after the plant material is processed into marijuana. The kief is carefully scraped off the rocks. After the solvent evaporates, the end result is a piece of hash or oil that has been dipped in kief. For the next 3 days, you will take notes on each blog post you read

How do you make colored moon rocks?

Moon rocks are a favorite among cannabis users, but they aren’t easy to make. The process is time consuming and requires precision—just the kind of thing a cannabis extractor loves. Luckily, Terpy Solutions has created an easier process that involves two steps, but the best part is that it can be done at home. First, you will need a pound of cannabis, which will need to be broken down into its finest form, and then placed into a jar. This is the first moon rock attempt from Terpy Solutions, in which we did a lot of trial and error to come up with our own technique for getting the effects of a moonrock without using the actual moonrock substance. Cannabis moon rocks are potent marijuana buds that are coated with a layer of hash oil. Moon rocks can be made using a variety of methods—and a variety of materials. Some claim that the moon rock name is deceptive, since moon rocks do not contain any actual moon rock material. However, the name persists, and moon rocks continue to be one of the most sought after strains of marijuana in the world.


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