What is Charas?
The cannibis plant, the same plant used to make marijuana,
grows mostly in Northern India—where much of the charas manufacturing takes place.
How is Charas Made?
Charas resin sticks to the palms of those trying to isolate the drug. After a long day of harvesting charas, you will end up with 8 or 9 grams.
How is Charas Used?
How Much Does Charas Cost?
Effects and Dangers of Charas
- Psychedelic effects (hallucinations or altering of consciousness)
- Charas users will have blood-shot eyes, heavy eye-lids and sometimes slurred speech.
- Charas gives its users a dream-like experience when feelings of warmth and relaxation are felt.
- Charas use often causes intense hunger.
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