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Have you tried a Cavi Cone? Cavi Doobie? Okay, what about some classic Caviar Gold or Silver? If you answered “yes” to any of those, then you’ve had our Amber Fire. This hash oil is *the* hash oil that we are incredibly proud to use in all of our signature Caviar products. Amber Fire is famed for its potency; of all the non-edible cannabis products on the market, this is the world’s strongest.

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agingboomer

This review is about the famous "ONE" hash oil available in the 1970s not about the 2017 product. This product is #1 in the Cannabis hall of Fame and must be documented for the current generation. DJ Short has written an excellent article called “Strains of Yesteryear” (2005) which accurately describes the various cannabis strains available during the 1970s. It is a must read for this latest cannabis generation. Now for my experiences with the famous “One” also known as Red Honey Oil. My first experience with Honey Oil was during my undergraduate orientation in 1976. Another undergrad provided the honey oil in a glass pipe. Two hits later and I was impossibly high. The last time I encountered the Red Honey Oil was 1980 when I purchased a 1 gram vial of the wonderfully translucent Red Honey Oil for $35.00 (from Lebanese red hash).. Research revealed that it was best refrigerated until use with a glass oil pipe.. It had a wonderful THC taste and aroma – not harsh at all. My estimate is about 40% THC and was a borderline hallucinogen. It was wonderful each of the 30+ times I smoked it. After 5 glass pipe hits , you were high for 12-16 hours – no exaggeration. No negative consequences whatsoever – a little hazy that’s all. My top cannabis experience of all time!!!. Never saw it after 1980. Rating is 10+++ /5.

agingboomer

This review is about the famous "ONE" hash oil available in the 1970s not about the 2017 product. This product is #1 in the Cannabis hall of Fame and must be documented for the current generation. DJ Short has written an excellent article called “Strains of Yesteryear” (2005) which accurately describes the various cannabis strains available during the 1970s. It is a must read for this latest cannabis generation. Now for my experiences with the famous “One” also known as Red Honey Oil. My first experience with Honey Oil was during my undergraduate orientation in 1976. Another undergrad provided the honey oil in a glass pipe. Two hits later and I was impossibly high. The last time I encountered the Red Honey Oil was 1980 when I purchased a 1 gram vial of the wonderfully translucent Red Honey Oil for $35.00 (from Lebanese red hash).. Research revealed that it was best refrigerated until use with a glass oil pipe.. It had a wonderful THC taste and aroma – not harsh at all. My estimate is about 40% THC and was a borderline hallucinogen. It was wonderful each of the 30+ times I smoked it. After 5 glass pipe hits , you were high for 12-16 hours – no exaggeration. No negative consequences whatsoever – a little hazy that’s all. My top cannabis experience of all time!!!. Never saw it after 1980. Rating is 10+++ /5.

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Considered to be the best cannabis processors in the country, Caviar Gold utilizes a proprietary extraction method. The unique finishing process sets Caviar Gold apart from all other infused flower brands. Caviar Gold truly strives to provide patients with serious pain relief, sometimes even donating directly to those in need. Due to their heavy community involvement and various projects, Caviar Gold is more than a brand – they’re a lifestyle. Available in California, Nevada, Oklahoma, and Washington.