Honey oil is the non-technical term for hash oil, a cannabis concentrate with an upwards of 80% THC content. Hash oil became known as honey oil because the concentrate has the amber or honey color.
Honey oil is made through a process called solvent extraction. This just means that some solvent is pushed through the marijuana plant matter to strip away the trichomes and other chemical goodies. When the “stripping” process is complete, the solvent is removed leaving the THC, CBD , CBN, terpenes, and flavonoids behind.
This product can be dabbed, added to the top of bowls with a bed of cannabis, or spread on a rolling paper.
Tahoe is an indica dominant hybrid (90% indica/10% sativa) strain created as a descendant of the OG Kush strain, Tahoe OG has an earthy, lemony taste, with a pungent smell.