Hashish matters. It is humankind’s most traditional form of processed cannabis, one thousand years old. Some have even speculated that Pythagoras, the ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician, used hashish with members of his mystical brotherhood at Crotona much earlier. In any event, hashish history is fascinating in and of itself. To know it is also to gain a deeper appreciation for world history, and the travails, exhaltations, and interconnectedness of multiple civilizations. For instance, although more conservative Islamic priests stood against hashish like all intoxicants, Sufi Muslims believing as they did that spiritual enlightenment was attainable through a state of ecstasy or altered consciousness, embraced hashish specifically as a sacrament. See Cannabis by Martin Booth, p. 48-49. Hash is our oldest cannabis concentrate. The hashish experience, connected as it is to earlier times, deepens our appreciation and thirst for the preeminence and splendor of hashish.
Sitka wants to share what makes hashish unique and the particularities of Sitka hash (without revealing certain trade secrets). Like anything else in life, folks are more likely to try hashish once they’ve learned more about it.