Hashish Oil is used by illicit drug users and dealers but is a misnomer in suggesting and resemblance hashish. Hash oil
is produced by extracting the cannabinoids from plant material with a solvent. The color and odor of the resulting extract
will vary, depending on the type of solvent used. It is usually a brown to black oily substance.
The current samples of hash oil has averaged about 15% THC. In terms of its psychoactive effect, a drop or two
of this liquid placed on a cigarette is equivalent to a single "joint" of marijuana.