Around the 21:00 mark on the video.What's hand rolled mean????
I've grown that strain before, great medicine and made some great oils
also associated with this information...Here ya go. They start talking about charas at around the 20:00 mark. Then they go to a field and demonstrate.
In Jamaica they employ workers in the cannabis fields to rub their hands up the branches, lifting oils and depositing them on their ever-moving appendages. It's at once painful and fascinating to watch. Lol! They do this for hours and then scrape the accumulated material from their palms with big-ass knives.
Turns out that when the tiny bulbous trichomes (which are found all over the arial part of the plant) are ruptured it signals an increase in nearby capitate stalked trichome expression - they'll grow larger in size, and may be producing a more potent (to humans) oil in those chemical factories we grow in hopes of harvesting. Jamaican cultivators already know that the abused plant rewards with more oil. We're the ones pampering our plants and missing out on the opportunity. Jamaicans do it to get supplemental product. Two oil harvests from the same plant.