Hashish, also known as hash, is made by eliminating plant material and collecting the trichomes from the flower tops of female cannabis plant. These flowers, or "heads", are the most potent parts of the plant. As a result, the THC content of hashish typically varies from 20 percent to 60 percent. Hash is consumed by smoking, typically in a pipe, vaporizer or joint, or oral ingestion.
Hashish can be quite psychologically addictive as well as physically. That means individuals are dependent on the way it makes them feel using it to relieve stress or eliminate the need to deal with real life problems. Instead, they can just indulge in the euphoria, drowsiness and relaxation. If hashish users consume too much of the drug, they can suffer from anxiety or panic, paranoia, heavy sedation resulting in an inability to move, confusion and unpleasant distortions in their perceptions of their own bodies.
Information provided above is courtesy of: https://www.drugabuse.gov
Individuals using hash can develop unhealthy patterns of abuse which may evolve to an addiction and the use of harder more dangerous drugs such as meth, heroin and cocaine. If you are concerned about yourself or a loved one, connect with someone who can help you now by calling Florida Center for Recovery at our toll free number: 800-643-4005. Our recovery advisors are available 24/7 to provide you with information regarding treatment, admissions, insurance and private pay options.