Marijuana moon rocks are basically the “champagne” of the pot world. Some people even call them cannabis caviar.
As for the name, they do look like moon rocks. But their ability to send even the most seasoned cannabis consumer flying extra high might have something to do with it, too.
How are they made?
Moon rocks are made by taking a nugget of marijuana and dipping it in or spraying it with concentrate, or hash oil.
They’re usually made with Girl Scout Cookies (the weed strain, not Thin Mints) flower and concentrate, but can be made with any strain.
The coated nugget is then rolled in kief. Kief, also called pollen or dry sift, is the sticky crystals that cover the cannabis flower. This crystal residue contains terpenes and cannabinoids.
How strong are they?
It varies from batch to batch. The potency depends on how it’s made, who’s making it, and the ingredients used.
However, moon rocks at High Life City typically hover around 50 percent THC capable of knocking down any stoner.