Kief

Kief, also known as pollen or dry sift, refers to the resin glands which contain the terpenes and cannabinoids from the marijuana plant. While flower without kief still contains those elements, kief alone will contain much higher levels than the remainder of the plant.Kief is a collected amount of trichomes that have been separated from the rest of the marijuana flower. Since trichomes are the sticky crystals that contain the vast majority of the plant’s cannabinoids, kief is known to be extremely potent. Kief is sometimes mistakenly referred to as pollen and is the primary ingredient in hashish production.Kief is a collected amount of trichomes that have been separated from the rest of the marijuana flower. Since trichomes are the sticky crystals that contain the vast majority of the plant’s cannabinoids, kief is known to be extremely
potent. Kief is sometimes mistakenly referred to as pollen and is the primary ingredient in hashish production.Kief is basically a collection of trichomes. It’s the resin from a weed plant. When people use the term “kief”, they’re usually referring to the sugary golden powder that is collected from the bottom of a grinder (sifter) or that
fallsthrough a specially made screen (usually collected during the trimming process).

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