Malana in recent years have become a kind of brand which attract tourist not only from India but also from abroad. The entrance of village is marked by the terraced plantation of hemp which is the main cash crop of the village. The beautiful labyrinth of wooden houses with stone slabs on the top marks a unique architectural style. This was all about the village but the main topic for which I have written this post is the Malana cream titled as the best hashish in the world.
“The best hashish in the world” and the proof is It has won the Best Hashish title twice, in 1994 and 1996, at High Times magazine’s Cannabis Cup. Marijuanaphiles the world over have since made this region a popular weed-tourist destination, branded in travel and ganja-hunting literature as the exotic and alluring “Magic Valley.
The cream has been successful in establishing the international mafia which encourage the people to grow Hasish and smuggle it to different locations across the world. Malana cream is so popular and costly that sometimes inferior quality Nepalese hashish is sold under the banner of Parvati cream. Government has taken number of steps to control the production of cannabis but due to the remote location and tough terrain of the village it really becomes difficult for the police officials to control.
Why Malana cream is best Hasish In the world
THC stands for Tetrahydrocannabinol. Which is the principal psychoactive constituent of cannabis. Its condition totally depends on the temperature in the surroundings. Some theories claim that Malana plants may contain 32- 42% of THC which is pretty huge percentage because the average cannabis plant produce it around just 5 to 7% so you can imagine how strong is Parvati cream.
Malana cream is extracted from cannabis plant which is named as Indica. Adapted to the Himalayan climate these plants pertain the property of being wind resistant and rain resistant which adds further to the quality of cream.
The cream has high oil content and an intensely fragrant aroma. The tremendously high oil content of the Malana Cream accounts for it to be one of the most expensive and best hashish in the cannabis menu at Amsterdam. Even cannabis dealers in New Delhi quote very high prices for their products claiming Malana Cream to be fetched directly from the village. As told earlier this cream is a hardy strain accompanied by very exquisite aromatic resins. The plant grows to a height of about 4 meters and is prolifically and vigorously productive.
Price of Malana cream
The Cream’s high oil content makes it among the most expensive hashish on Amsterdam cannabis menus, and in Delhi, dealers claim their goods are from Malana so they can quote high prices. A tola, or 11.66 grams, retails for $16 in Malana, $40 in Delhi, $70 in Goa and $250 in Amsterdam –Report by New York Times