A nug of cannabis flower that has been covered in liquid cannabis concentrate and dusted with kief. Moon rocks get their name because they are so potent the high will send you to the moon.
“My hands were covered in oil after making moon rocks.”
“I prefer moon rocks made with RSO.”
How to make moon rocks
Moon rocks require a nug of flower, a liquid cannabis concentrate, and kief. Plastic gloves are recommended and can make the process a lot smoother and cleaner.
First, cover the bud with a liquid concentrate—distillate and RSO are commonly used, as they are viscous and can come in a syringe for easy application. Cover the bud a few times with the liquid concentrate, pausing between applications to let the oil soak into the flower.
Once the flower is saturated with oil, carefully roll it in kief until all sticky parts on the surface are covered. Once done, store in a cool, dark place to dry for at least a few hours. Then, enjoy!
Moon rocks are best smoked in a pipe or bong, as they are too sticky to grind or roll into a joint. Hemp wick can help light a moon rock, as they don’t catch as quickly as regular flower.
Difference between moon rocks and caviar
Moon rocks and caviar are often used interchangeably, but they are technically two different products. Both are cannabis buds covered in a liquid concentrate, but caviar is not dusted with kief. Be sure to specify your preference if purchasing either at a dispensary.