Marijuana moon rocks are a combination of marijuana flower, concentrate, and kief. They are often used for recreational purposes and as a way to get an extremely high dose of THC in one go. While they are available from a dispensary, they can also be made at home if you have the right materials.


Also known as “cannabis caviar,” or “caviar weed.” Marijuana moon rocks are a special kind of cannabis bud formed by dipping a regular bud into THC oil, then rolling it in kief. The resulting product is dark green, almost black in color, sticky to the touch, and has a strong odor. When smoked, these rocks create a much more intense high than the average cannabis bud.


The first “moon rock” was invented by Kurupt, a rapper and cannabis activist. It was introduced to the public in 2012 at the High Times Cannabis Cup.

Kurupt’s Moonrock is a cannabis brand founded in 2015 by the rapper Kurupt. The brand sells weed products, including weed flowers and edibles. They sell their products at dispensaries in California and are available for shipping across the state.

It was Kurupt’s vision to create a product that would appeal to both old-school weed smokers, as well as those who prefer to consume products that are rich in THC content. This vision lead to the creation of Kurupt’s Moonrock, which has become a staple in the weed game since its founding in 2015, and it seems that they’re only getting stronger.

The company’s founder, Kurupt, announced the new product on his Instagram account, saying “I used to love drinking wine with my moonrocks when I was just chilling at home. Now that I’ve got a whole brand based around my rocks, I’m so glad we can bring this super-chill combo to everyone who loves good weed and good wine.”

This year, the company has announced its launch of a new line of pre-rolled joints. The pre-rolls are available in three different flavors: Original, Clear, Diamond. The pre-rolls will be sold in packs of 5 with 25 pre-rolls per pack. The price point is $65 per pack.


They are no joke. The strongest cannabis product on the market, and it’s not even close.

The reason they are so powerful is that they start with a high-grade cannabis flower (usually a strain like Sour Diesel or Girl scout cookies), which is then dipped in hash oil and finally rolled in kief. The combination of all three creates an extremely potent flower–so much that they are sometimes referred to as “cannabis caviar”.

Moon rocks can easily reach 50% THC by weight, which means you should use caution if you are not used to consuming this kind of high-potency product. We recommend starting out by taking a small amount and waiting 30 minutes to see how it affects you.


There are several ways to smoke moon rocks, but all of them involve either grinding or breaking up the product into smaller pieces. This can be done with your hands or with a cannabis grinder. If you grind it up, the process will go faster if you freeze them first. This will make it less sticky, so that the trichomes don’t stick to the grinder. You can then use these smaller pieces as you would traditional bud: roll them up in papers for joints or blunts, sprinkle them on top of bowls for extra potency or put them into vaporizers. You may also choose to pick them apart so you can just smoke the kief for an extremely potent hit.

It’s important to keep the amount small because of the high THC content and overall potency of the product. It can also be quite sticky due to the hash oil they contain, so make sure that your careful not to get all that good stuff all over you.

How to smoke moon rocks:

  1. Gather your materials. You’ll need a lighter, a smoking pipe, and some moon rocks.
  2. Hold the bowl of the pipe in one hand and the lighter in the other. The bowl should probably be pointed away from you.
  3. Place it into the bowl of the pipe. They will likely stick to your fingers, but that’s okay—you can scrape them off later!
  4. Light up!


While some people like to buy pre-made (or purchase them from legal dispensaries), others like to make their own at home. This can be easy if you have all the materials on hand, but it can take some time to gather everything you need for your first batch.

You will need:

• 1 gram of your favorite marijuana bud

• ½ gram of hash oil

• ½ gram of kief

The next step is to take your hash oil (also known as a concentrate) and coat the bud evenly with it using a dabber or toothpick. Make sure the bud is completely covered in hash oil so that it can soak up as much as possible. Don’t forget the final and most important step. Take the bud but be careful it will be very sticky, and dip into the keif. When you see that its finally coated. Your done. Now comes the hardest part. Waiting for it to dry. We usually recommend taking 24 hours before indulging in this snack.


The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) considers marijuana to be a Schedule I drug, meaning that its possession and use is illegal under federal law. While some states have legalized or decriminalized marijuana usage according to their own laws, the federal government still maintains the right to enforce its own regulations. Technically speaking, any form of marijuana falls under this category, including moon rocks. However, in practice, the DEA tends to leave enforcement at the state level unless there is evidence of trafficking across state lines or other major offenses. The penalty for possession can vary depending on location and other factors, but it is likely that any form could be confiscated by law enforcement.


The cost of marijuana moon rocks varies, depending on the quality of the product. A high-quality product can cost between $40 and $50 per gram, although it can be found for as little as $30.


There’s a new weed trend taking over, and we want you to be safe when you smoke the new “moonrocks” that have been popping up in dispensaries everywhere.

  1. Keep in a safe place that is out of the reach of children and pets.
  2. Do not smoke or ingest if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  3. Do not drive after smoking, as it can impair your judgment and reaction time.
  4. Should not be used with alcohol as it could make you sleepy or dizzy, and could dull your reaction time even further.

It can be easy to get carried away with how much you smoke; for best results, always start with a small amount to see how your body responds.

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