Joints with rosin

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Joints with rosin

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Hi,

Does anyone know any coffeeshops in Amsterdam that sell joints with rosin? The Green Place used to sell pure joints with kush rosin rubbed on it, but I haven't been able to find these type of joints anywhere else :(

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Haven’t seen any in person or on menus @ FBN’s, ever.

BUT: You’ll do much better making your own. Pre-rolled joints are always bad quality compared to the bud you can purchase and whatever rosin is on them is bound to be the stuff too crappy to sell. They are also guaranteed to be ridiculously overpriced.

Even if you can’t roll you would do much better buying cones and filling them with flower, applying rosin you bought separately. You will get much more out of the rosin if you can roll and stick it in the joint itself (snaked or whatever), or even better dabbed, but applying to the outside is so easy anyone can do it.

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from what ive seen some places that used to sell it have lost their nerve and dont anymore
dont forget cannabis oils are illegal there, properly illegal not like weed and hash
if/when the coffeshops get "inspected" (raided) they will be in trouble for selling it.

surprised moonrocks are still about to be honest, they are just as illegal and a waste of time imo
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DjShaggy wrote: Tue 9th Jan 2018 01:47 pm from what ive seen some places that used to sell it have lost their nerve and dont anymore
dont forget cannabis oils are illegal there, properly illegal not like weed and hash
if/when the coffeshops get "inspected" (raided) they will be in trouble for selling it.

surprised moonrocks are still about to be honest, they are just as illegal and a waste of time imo
You forgot about waste of money;)
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@DJShaggy: We've actually experienced the opposite development over the last year or so with more shops, not less, selling products that are either bordering on the 60% limit (IIRC wrt the regulation) or are clearly over it. Examples of those bordering would be top end Ice's (full melts) sold in many a shop, and those clearly over the line would be those selling moonrocks (waste of money and time) or those straight up selling BHO concentrates (labelled as shatter, butter etc). Never seen the latter in Mokum before this summer...

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CopenhagenCouple wrote: Tue 9th Jan 2018 06:27 pm @DJShaggy: We've actually experienced the opposite development over the last year or so with more shops, not less, selling products that are either bordering on the 60% limit (IIRC wrt the regulation) or are clearly over it. Examples of those bordering would be top end Ice's (full melts) sold in many a shop, and those clearly over the line would be those selling moonrocks (waste of money and time) or those straight up selling BHO concentrates (labelled as shatter, butter etc). Never seen the latter in Mokum before this summer...

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ive got a friend over there now looking for rosin, mrK doesnt have in, greenplace doesnt have, 1e doesnt have...

again not something im into (if im gonna dab is purged bho for me, got a oven) but its nice to know. when i was in 1e in november he was telling me as ive written above, apparently they used to sell tea that was infused but police told em off...

so where has shatter or rosin right now? shes nervous about setting up a meeting with A.E. so thats a no go
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Papi wrote: Tue 9th Jan 2018 06:21 pm
DjShaggy wrote: Tue 9th Jan 2018 01:47 pm from what ive seen some places that used to sell it have lost their nerve and dont anymore
dont forget cannabis oils are illegal there, properly illegal not like weed and hash
if/when the coffeshops get "inspected" (raided) they will be in trouble for selling it.

surprised moonrocks are still about to be honest, they are just as illegal and a waste of time imo
You forgot about waste of money;)
my mistake... agreed!
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@DJShaggy: haven't been since August, so no recent first hand intel, but Super Skunk had BHO then and some browsing on FBN'S should give some clues... Would really recommend reconsidering AE or similar in any case!
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CopenhagenCouple wrote: Tue 9th Jan 2018 07:39 pm @DJShaggy: haven't been since August, so no recent first hand intel, but Super Skunk had BHO then and some browsing on FBN'S should give some clues... Would really recommend reconsidering AE or similar in any case!
agreed, was AE in "the cave" when i was last there, but for some reason she believes she's less likley to get ripped off in a coffeeshop (LOL)
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Think rosin will continue to be an American thing for whatever reason. It was always hard to source hash here for 3-4 decades. There's to much profit for it not to be huge here. Traditions in EU change slow.
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redeyezman wrote: Thu 11th Jan 2018 04:24 am Think rosin will continue to be an American thing for whatever reason. It was always hard to source hash here for 3-4 decades. There's to much profit for it not to be huge here. Traditions in EU change slow.
loads of it in the uk bro.
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