what is moonrocks?
Moon rocks are nugs of cannabis flower dipped in extracts and rolled in kief.
Moonrocks are high in THC, averaging more than 50%, and valued foremost for their potency. Moonrocks are also referred to as “cannabis caviar,”. Although this title is reserve for buds dipped in extracts but without the added layer of kief.
Appearance of moonrocks
Not only do moon rocks look like something from the lunar landscape. They are also named for the out-of-this-world high you’re likely to get from smoking the concoction of weed dipped in concentrated weed . And rolled in even more concentrated weed.
the confusion in the name moonrocks
Some cannabis consumers use the terms moon rocks. And cannabis caviar interchangeably but the descriptors did original name two distinct products. Cannabis caviar may refer to moon rocks, or it may refer to nugs dipped in cannabis oil. So if you’re shopping for moonrocks at a dispensary. and you hear your budtender talking about caviar. double-check and make sure you’re getting kief-covered moon rocks.
Though moonrocks are a new cannabis product. A wealth of variations are already out in the market. including THC-free hemp varieties high in CBD. Cannabis brands continue to engineer their own variations of moon rock products. With various cultivars and concentrates. Some pre-rolls on the market mimic the moon rock experience by drizzling concentrate. Over the finished pre-roll and rolling it in kief. These products allow you to smoke moon rocks without dealing with a sticky mess.
A brief history of moonrocks
Moonrocks materialized out of the longstanding. intimate relationship between cannabis culture and hip-hop. To be more precise/ they’re the product of a mixtape project. Between former Death Row Records executive vice president-turned-marijuana mogul Kurupt (Ricardo E. Brown). And music artist Dr. Zodiak (Daniel Laughlin).
Kurupt and Dr. Zodiak met in 2013. And it quick went from collaborating on a mixtape. To launching the first line of branded marijuana moon rocks. Since the advent of Kurupt and Dr. Zodiak’s Moonrocks. Other brands and dispensaries have breached the stratosphere. And launched their own lunar concoctions. Many moon rocks were made with the GSC (formerly Girl Scout Cookies) cultivar but now many strains are use. including hemp varieties.